Course Topics

MUS 130, 230, 330, 430 Applied Music- Cello

For music majors in varied years of study. Non-majors and music majors in their secondary areas may register for these courses with consent of instructor. Studio seminars may be required. Additional fees will be assessed for these courses.

MUS 120 Introduction to Musical Styles

Designed to acquaint the general student with music as one of the humanities. Development of perceptive listening; a survey of western music as an art form.

MUS 273 Chamber Music

Instruction in the literature for small ensembles. Ensembles should be approved by an instructor before registration. Open to all students regardless of major. All ensemble members must be registered. This is a chargeable credit and will count toward the 36 credits for the year.

MUED 270 String Methods

Methods and materials of teaching bowed string instruments (violin, viola, cello and double bass) to elementary and secondary students. Includes knowledge of and proficiency on string instruments, pedagogy, materials, assessment and grading for individual and small-group studio lessons. Required for instrumental music licensure.