2016-2017 Academic Catalog 
    
    Apr 01, 2020  
2016-2017 Academic Catalog [Archived Catalog]

Courses


Undergraduate Prerequisites Course Numbering
A “C-” or higher is required in all prerequisite courses 100-299 - Lower division undergraduate
  300-499 - Upper division undergraduate
  500-699 - Graduate
Search Tip 700-799 - Doctoral
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    MATH 611 - Derivative Market


    Credits: Three (3)
    Prerequisite: MATH-610
    The course covers the theoretical basis of certain actuarial models and the application of those models to insurance and other financial risks. The topics include interest rate models, rational valuation of derivative securities, simulation, and risk management techniques. A thorough knowledge of calculus, probability, and interest theory is assumed. Basic knowledge of risk management is also assumed. One presentation will be needed for this course.
    Cross-listed: ACSC 611
  
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    MATH 699 - Internship


    Credits: Three (3)
  
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    MGMT 321 - Principles of Management


    Credits: Three (3)
    This course studies the basic theories and concepts of management including the evolution of management, ethics, decision making, organizational structure, motivation, communication, group dynamics and team building, planning, job design, leadership and organizational change.
  
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    MGMT 330 - Human Resource Management


    Credits: Three (3)
    Prerequisite: MGMT-321; Minimum grade C-
    This course provides an overview of the policies and procedures on personnel administration including the role of human resource professionals in organizations. It focuses on such topics as equal employment, job design, recruitment, selection, training, performance management, retention, termination and compensation.
  
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    MGMT 386 - Negotiations


    Credits: Three (3)
    Prerequisite: MGMT-321
    Course studies negotiation as a basic, generic human activity; a process used in labor-management relations, in business mergers and sales, in international affairs and in everyday activities.
  
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    MGMT 388 - Training and Development


    Credits: Three (3)
    Prerequisite: MGMT-330
    This course is designed to help managers and trainers to develop a systematic approach to training and development in organizations. It will address training needs, instructional objectives, learning styles, adult learners, training design and delivery, and evaluation of workshops. The process of active training or learning by doing is emphasized.
  
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    MGMT 470 - Interpersonal Management Skills


    Credits: Three (3)
    Prerequisite: MGMT-321
    This course will focus on further preparing the student to enter the workforce by concentrating on a greater understanding of human relations principles and practices. The ability to understand and cope effectively with today’s work and/or life issues and problems is a an important skill to master. Trends such as globalization, increasing workforce diversity, teamwork, and flat organizational structures require a greater understanding of human relations.
  
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    MGMT 472 - Business Organizational Behavior


    Credits: Three (3)
    Prerequisite: MGMT-321
    This course studies the behavior of people in work situations; includes major theories and concepts pertaining to organizational behavior, and applying these theories and concepts to organizational problems.
  
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    MGMT 473 - Global Human Resources Management


    Credits: Three (3)
    Prerequisite: MGMT-321, and BUS-325
    The focus of this course is to develop students’ global mindset to prepare them to effectively manage human capital and to lead global teams in an increasingly interconnected business environment. The course also examines differences between countries to equip students with global cultural competency critical for successful international business relationships.
  
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    MGMT 487 - Leadership


    Credits: Three (3)
    Prerequisite: MGMT-321 and Minimum of 75 credits
    This course studies the relationship of strategic leadership and decision making to organizational effectiveness.
  
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    MGMT 493 - Cooperative Education


    Credits: One (1) to Three (3)
  
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    MGMT 496 - Independent Study


    Credits: One (1) to Four (4)
  
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    MGMT 497 - Special Topics


    Credits: One (1) to Three (3)
  
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    MGMT 499 - Internship


    Credits: One (1) to Three (3)
  
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    MGMT 597 - Special Studies


    Credits: One (1) to Four (4)
  
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    MGMT 631 - Entrepreneurship


    Credits: Three (3)
    Prerequisite: MGMT-647
    This course examines the challenges of bringing a new business and/or product to the marketplace and the strategies involved in obtaining financing. The focus is on the design of a business plan; obtaining financing from outside sources, and creating the appropriate marketing mix for success.
  
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    MGMT 640 - Human Resource Management


    Credits: Three (3)
    Prerequisite: MGMT-647
    This course is the study of human resource management (HRM) related to managing equal opportunity and diversity, personnel planning, recruiting and talent management, testing and selecting employees, training and development, performance management, compensation, ethics, retention, labor relations, collective bargaining, and safety.
  
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    MGMT 647 - Organizational Behavior and Development


    Credits: Three (3)
    Course topics include the history of management, perception and communication, motivation theory, leadership and power, group dynamics, conflict management and work design theory.
  
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    MGMT 650 - Workforce Management


    Credits: Three (3)
    Prerequisite: MGMT-647
    This course develops students’ understanding of recruitment and selection strategies, hiring aligned with organization-specific competencies, and training and recruitment methods. Students will learn to measure the costs of hiring and training, and turnover rate, all of which are central for an organization’s strategic plan.


  
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    MGMT 655 - Employment Law and Compliance


    Credits: Three (3)
    Prerequisite: MGMT-647
    This course focuses on the study of employment law regulations and how to plan and reduce legal exposure in the area of human resources.  Employment laws are extensive and vary based on many factors, including the size of an organization, its location and the type of industry in which the business operates.  The laws that apply to the majority of employers are discussed.

     

  
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    MGMT 660 - Compensation and Benefits


    Credits: Three (3)
    Prerequisite: MGMT-647
    This course examines the total compensation package with a special emphasis on employee benefits - both legally required such as workers’ compensation insurance and optional benefits such as retirement plans. The course provides students the guidelines for establishing job and pay structures while taking into account legal requirements. Other topics include compensable and economic factors influencing pay decisions, incentive pay plans, executive compensation, and compa-ratio calculation.


  
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    MGMT 670 - Interpersonal Management Skills


    Credits: Three (3)
    Prerequisite: MGMT-647
    This course will focus on further preparing the student to enter the workforce by concentrating on a greater understanding of human relations principles and practices. (Career success is a function of many facets.) The ability to understand and cope effectively with todays work and/or life issues and problems is a skill that is valued by most employers. Many trends, such as workforce diversity, flatter organizations, globalization, teamwork, workplace violence, require a greater understanding of human relations.
  
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    MGMT 687 - Leadership


    Credits: Three (3)
    Prerequisite: MGMT-647
    This course examines the current leadership literature and traces the development of leadership theory. It stresses the strategic nature of leadership and its role in contemporary organizations. Students conduct self assessments of their personal leadership skills and participate in many activities designed to develop leadership and skills in team building.
  
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    MGMT 691 - Management Policies (Capstone)


    Credits: Three (3)
    Prerequisite: BUS-643, MGMT-647, MGMT-670, ISYS-650, BUS-640, MGMT-687, MGMT-640, and ACCT-610
    This capstone course summarizes prior required curriculum in ethics, information technology, accounting and management. Using primarily a case study approach, the course integrates the components into a strategic decision-making model.
  
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    MGMT 697 - Special Studies


    Credits: Three (3)
  
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    MIL 101 - Intro to Leadership I


    Credits: One (1) to Six (6)
    Military Science credits earned in partnership with Washington University’s ROTC Program.

    Examine the challenges and competencies that are critical for effective leadership. You will learn how the personal development of life skills such as cultural understanding, goal setting, time management, mental/physical resiliency, and stress management relate to leadership, officership, and the Army profession. MSL 101 is open to all students and enrollment does not require a commitment to join the US Army.

  
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    MIL 102 - Intro to Leadership II


    Credits: Two (2)
    Military Science credits earned in partnership with Washington University’s ROTC Program.

    Investigate leadership fundamentals such as problem-solving, listening, presenting briefs, providing feedback, and using effective writing skills. You will explore dimensions of leadership attributes and core leader competencies in the context of practical, hands-on, and interactive exercises. Learn fundamental military concepts and explore the Army’s leadership philosophy. MSL 102 is open to all students and enrollment does not require a commitment to join the US Army.

  
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    MIL 201 - Innovative Team Leadership


    Credits: Three (3)
    Military Science credits earned in partnership with Washington University’s ROTC Program.

    Explore the dimensions of creative and innovative tactical leadership strategies and styles by examining team dynamics and leadership theories. The course continues to build on developing knowledge of leadership attributes and core leader competencies through the understanding of Army rank, structure, and duties as well as broadening knowledge of land navigation and squad tactics. Enrollment in MSL 201 does not require a commitment to join the US Army.

  
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    MIL 202 - Foundations of Tactical Leadership


    Credits: Three (3)
    Military Science credits earned in partnership with Washington University’s ROTC Program.

    Develop greater self-awareness as you assess your own leadership styles and practice communication and team building skills. Examine and practice the challenges of leading teams in the complex operational environment. Study dimensions of terrain analysis, patrolling, and operation orders. Explores the dynamics of adaptive leadership in the context of military operations. Enrollment in MSL 202 does not require a commitment to join the US Army.

  
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    MIL 301 - Adaptive Team Leadership


    Credits: Three (3)
    Prerequisite: MIL-101 through MIL-202; OR attendance at the Leader’s Training Course (LTC)

    Military Science credits earned in partnership with Washington University’s ROTC Program.

    This is an academically challenging course where you will study, practice, and apply the fundamentals of Army leadership, officership, Army values and ethics, and small unit tactics. At the conclusion of this course you will be capable of planning, coordinating, navigating, motivating and leading a team or squad in the execution of a tactical mission during a classroom practical exercise (PE), a leadership lab, or during a military situational training exercise (STX) in a field environment.

  
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    MIL 302 - Applied Team Leadership


    Credits: Three (3)
    Prerequisite: MIL-301
    Military Science credits earned in partnership with Washington University’s ROTC Program.

    Continue to learn and apply the fundamentals of Army leadership, officership, Army values and ethics as you hone your leadership abilities in a variety of tactical environments and the classroom. Successful completion of this course will help prepare you for success at the ROTC Leader Development and Assessment Course (LDAC) which you will attend the summer following this course at Fort Lewis, WA. You will receive systematic and specific feedback on your leadership attributes, values and core leader competencies from your instructors, other ROTC cadre, and senior cadets.

  
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    MIL 401 - Adaptive Leadership


    Credits: Three (3)
    Prerequisite: Successful completion of the ROTC Leadership Development and Assessment Course (LDAC) or permission of the instructor

    Military Science credits earned in partnership with Washington University’s ROTC Program.

    This course focuses on practical application of adaptive leadership. Throughout the semester, students will apply the fundamentals of principles of training, the Army writing style and military decision making. Students will study the special trust reposed to Army Officers by the US Constitution and the President of the United States–a special trust given to no other civilian professions. Students will also study the Army officer’s role in the Uniform Code of Military Justice, and the counseling and development of subordinates.

  
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    MKT 360 - Principles of Marketing


    Credits: Three (3)
    Prerequisite: ENGL-104, ISYS-100, or ADGD-265
    An introduction to the concepts of marketing and their application to those engaged in marketing consumer and industrial goods and services; pricing, product planning, distribution and promotion.
  
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    MKT 361 - Consumer Behavior


    Credits: Three (3)
    Prerequisite: MKT-360
    An understanding of the psychological processes, individual differences, and environmental influences that shape consumers’ purchasing decisions is fundamental to the development of marketing strategy and tactics. This course covers the knowledge, concepts and applications of consumer behavior modeling for the purposes of developing effective communication, positioning, pricing, product development, social media, and location decisions needed for an effective marketing strategy in a competitive environment.
  
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    MKT 363 - Marketing Research


    Credits: Three (3)
    Prerequisite: MKT-360, and ISYS-241
    Marketers gather, analyze, and report information that can be used to make effective marketing decisions.Today data are captured from a variety of sources: purchasing transactions, online interactions and surveys, blogs, and a variety of marketing information systems. The information derived from the analysis of this data is used for internal reporting, marketing intelligence, marketing decision support systems, and to support competitive marketing research in general. This course will cover methods of data acquisition, statistical analysis techniques, results reporting, and decision making techniques.


  
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    MKT 364 - Professional Selling


    Credits: Three (3)
    Prerequisite: MKT-360
    This course introduces personal selling; includes the sales call techniques used, sales strategy, the psychology of selling, and the role of sales in the marketing and promotional mix.
  
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    MKT 370 - Marketing the St Louis Region


    Credits: Three (3)
    This course leaves the classroom to discover the great region of St. Louis by visiting civic leaders in their offices and learning from them first hand about marketing St. Louis to tourists, business and conventions.
  
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    MKT 373 - Interactive Marketing


    Credits: Three (3)
    Prerequisite: MKT-360
    Interactive marketing uses database marketing technology to manage customer acquisition and relationships on a one-to-one basis.The devising of integrated marketing plans that use sales calls, web-based technology, social media, telemarketing, and direct mail to find, recruit, and support customers. This course provides knowledge and skills in the use of database marketing, direct mail copy and graphics design, segmentation, mailing list construction and acquisition, and web-based marketing strategies.
  
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    MKT 375 - Services Marketing


    Credits: Three (3)
    Prerequisite: MKT-360
    Services dominate the world economy and technology evolves in dramatic ways. This course responds to the demand for new strategies and tactics. This course develops the all-important skills in marketing and managing services.


  
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    MKT 393 - Cooperative Education


    Credits: One (1) to Four (4)
  
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    MKT 461 - Social Media Marketing


    Credits: Three (3)
    Prerequisite: MKT-360
    Marketers use a wide range of proprietary social media - Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Digg, etc . - to communicate with customers and prospects. This courseexplores both paid and unpaid methods ofcommunication to identify prospects, build brand image, and find new customers.


  
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    MKT 470 - Sales Management


    Credits: Three (3)
    Prerequisite: MKT-360, and MGMT-321
    This course focuses on problem solving theory and techniques applied to managing a sales force.


  
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    MKT 471 - Marketing Communication


    Credits: Three (3)
    Prerequisite: MKT-360
    This course focuses on how communications tools such as advertising and promotion utilize the wide array of media including internet, broadcast and print to deliver the firm’s marketing strategy.


  
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    MKT 472 - Internet Marketing


    Credits: Three (3)
    Prerequisite: MKT-360
    This non-technical course focuses on finding profitable applications for marketing activity on the Internet. Today, most organizations depend on Internet-based marketing systems to automate sales processes, communicate with customers and prospects, manage social media relationships, advertize employment opportunities, and collect data for analytical purposes. An understanding of how to developcreative and profitable web sites, achieve operational efficiencies in service businesses, and add customer value in cyberspace are all essential to efficient marketing operations.
  
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    MKT 474 - Global Marketing


    Credits: Three (3)
    Prerequisite: MKT-360
    Many American businesses (e.g. Coca-Cola, McDonald’s, Boeing) now generate over half their revenues from markets outside the United States. Exploiting fast-growing markets in developing countries present profitable opportunities for businesses of all kinds. This course examines how economic, social, cultural, political, legal, and financial environments play an important role when formulating marketing plans for individual countries in the global marketplace. The pace and complexity of regional integration and interdependence, cultural diversity, electronic communications, and terrorism all create constant challenges and opportunities for marketers.
  
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    MKT 480 - Product Development (Senior Experience)


    Credits: Three (3)
    Prerequisite: MKT-361, MKT-471, and Six (6) additional Marketing credit hours
    This course focuses on the marketing and management of products, services and interactive experiences that define opportunities that exceed user value expectations.The course integrates all aspects of marketing strategy including product, pricing, communications and distribution.


  
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    MKT 493 - Cooperative Education


    Credits: One (1) to Three (3)
  
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    MKT 496 - Independent Study


    Credits: One (1) to Three (3)
  
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    MKT 497 - Special Topics


    Credits: One (1) to Three (3)
  
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    MKT 499 - Internship


    Credits: One (1) to Four (4)
  
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    MKT 660 - Strategic Marketing


    Credits: Three (3)
    Apply both management principles and marketing theory to strategic marketing problems, emphasizing long-range planning of marketing mix elements, consideration of marketing interface with other areas, and problem solving and decision making.
  
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    MKT 663 - Consumer Behavior


    Credits: Three (3)
    Prerequisite: MKT-660
    This course examines influences such as political and legal factors (external) and attitudes and personality (internal) that affect the consumers ultimate decision process. It also explores marketing strategies that respond to the consumers needs.
  
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    MKT 673 - Social Networking and Search Engine Optimization


    Credits: Three (3)
    Prerequisite: MKT-660 or Permission of Instructor
    Develop knowledge, understanding and concepts related to direct and web marketing techniques, tactics and strategies that enable a manager to make sound business decisions. Topics include web media and databases, target audiences, forecasting and cost control, research and testing of creative strategies.
    Cross-listed: COMM-673
  
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    MKT 674 - International Marketing


    Credits: Three (3)
    Prerequisite: MKT-660
    Students examine the special cross-cultural problems encountered by the international marketer. This analysis is applied to the development of marketing strategies and tactics.
  
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    MKT 680 - Branding


    Credits: Three (3)
    Prerequisite: MKT-660
    This course explores the role of the brand management function in building strong brands, measuring their equity or value, and in maintaining the strength of the brand over time. The primary objectives of this course are to increase the understanding of the important issues in planning and evaluating brand strategies and to provide the appropriate theories, models, and other tools to make better branding decisions. An additional area of emphasis will be brand management’s interaction with other functional disciplines within the corporate structure, including customer marketing and field sales.


  
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    MKT 681 - Integrated Marketing Communications


    Credits: Three (3)
    Prerequisite: MKT-660
    This course addresses the fundamental concepts of promotion management and applies them to a product situation. It examines the major issues facing the promotion manager.
  
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    MKT 697 - Special Topics


    Credits: Three (3)
    Prerequisite: MKT-660
  
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    MKT 699 - Internship


    Credits: One Half (0.5) to Six (6)
  
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    MUS 101 - Music Theory I


    Credits: Three (3)
    Prerequisite: MUS-100
    Corequisite: MUS-103

    After beginning with a review of musical fundamentals (notation, the elements of rhythm, and the rudiments of harmony), the course will center upon diatonic harmony, featuring a study of basic counterpoint and an introduction to four-part writing.
  
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    MUS 102 - Music Theory II


    Credits: Three (3)
    Prerequisite: MUS-101, MUS-102, MUS-201 and MUS-202
    Corequisite: MUS-104

    A continuation of Music Theory I, this course will emphasize part-writing and analysis in a more complex harmonic idiom featuring secondary dominant chords. Students will also gain more detailed knowledge about the music phrase and period, two fundamental formal units.
  
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    MUS 103 - Ear Training I


    Credits: One (1)
    Corequisite: MUS-101

    This course is intended to support a study of basic diatonic harmony with sight- singing, dictation, and other applied musical activities.
  
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    MUS 104 - Ear Training II


    Credits: One (1)
    Corequisite: MUS-102

    This course is intended to support a study of more complex diatonic harmony with sight-singing, dictation, and other applied musical activities.
  
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    MUS 106 - Music Appreciation


    Credits: Three (3)
    An introduction to the elements of music with a survey of musical periods and styles, the course is not open to music therapy majors for music credit.
  
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    MUS 108 - Musical Trends and Traditions


    Credits: Three (3)
    Organized around music themes and music in culture, this course explores basic concepts and ideas in music through a broad study of genres and traditions ranging from classical and jazz to rock-and-roll and world music.
  
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    MUS 133 - Piano Class I for Non-Music Therapy Majors


    Credits: Two (2)
    An introduction to the art of piano playing in the classroom setting, this course is intended to be taken by beginning or novice pianists. Topics will include keyboard technique and basic elements of music theory.
    Note: - Enrollment is open to all Maryville students, except for Music Therapy majors
    - Piano Class courses are intended to be taken in sequence.
  
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    MUS 134 - Piano Class II for Non-Music Therapy Majors


    Credits: Two (2)
    Prerequisite: MUS 133 or permission of instructor
    This course is intended to be taken by students who have completed MUS 133 (Piano Class I for Non-Music Therapy Majors), or have attained a similar skill level at the piano through other study. Topics will include keyboard technique and basic elements of music theory.
    Note: - Enrollment is open to all Maryville students, except for Music Therapy majors.
    - Piano Class courses are intended to be taken in sequence.
  
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    MUS 137 - Piano Class I For Music Therapy Majors


    Credits: One (1)
    Prerequisite: Music Therapy Majors Only
    This is the first of two class piano courses intended to help music therapy majors develop practical piano competencies in preparation for the Piano Proficiency Exam. MUS 137 and MUS 138 are intended to be taken in sequence, in consecutive semesters.
  
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    MUS 138 - Piano Class II For Music Therapy Majors


    Credits: One (1)
    Prerequisite: MUS-137, Music Therapy Majors Only
    This is the second of two class piano courses intended to help music therapy majors develop practical piano competencies in preparation for the Piano Proficiency Exam. MUS 137 and MUS 138 are intended to be taken in sequence, in consecutive semesters.
  
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    MUS 143 - Choral Ensemble I


    Credits: Zero (0) to One (1)
    The Maryville University Chorus performs occasionally at campus functions and presents one concert near the end of each semester.

    Choral Ensemble courses are intended to be taken in sequence.
    Note: Enrollment is open to all Maryville students.

  
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    MUS 144 - Choral Ensemble II


    Credits: Zero (0) to One (1)
    The Maryville University Chorus performs occasionally at campus functions and presents one concert near the end of each semester.

    Choral Ensemble courses are intended to be taken in sequence.
    Note: Enrollment is open to all Maryville students.

  
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    MUS 147 - St. Louis Women’s Chorale I


    Credits: One Half (0.5)
    All student members of the St. Louis Women’s Chorale are eligible to receive music-ensemble performance credit for participation in the group’s rehearsals and concerts. These courses are intended to be taken in sequence; the course is open only to students who successfully audition for membership in the St. Louis Women’s Chorale.
  
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    MUS 148 - St. Louis Women’s Chorale II


    Credits: One Half (0.5)
    All student members of the St. Louis Women’s Chorale are eligible to receive music-ensemble performance credit for participation in the groups’ rehearsals and concerts. These courses are intended to be taken in sequence; they are open only to students who successfully audition for membership in the St. Louis Women’s Chorale.
  
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    MUS 151 - Private Music Instruction I


    Credits: One (1)
    *51 and *52 Private Music Instruction courses are one-credit courses, which are associated with 30-minute, weekly private lessons.

    Private Music Instruction courses are intended to be taken in sequence.

    Each enrolled student will be paired with an expert instructor during the first week of the semester. The student and the instructor will then agree upon a regular meeting time. Thirty-minute, weekly private lessons will take place in the music studios on the ground floor of the University Auditorium building.

    Each Private Music Instruction course has a two-letter code appended to the end of the course number that identifies whether the lessons are vocal or instrumental (and, if the lessons are instrumental, which specific instrument will be studied). The legend for these two-letter codes is below:

    BR - Brass

    CE - Cello

    CL - Clarinet

    FL - Flute

    GT - Guitar

    HP - Harp

    OI – Other Instrument

    PC - Percussion

    PI - Piano

    SA - Saxophone

    ST - Strings

    TP - Trumpet

    VN - Violin

    VO - Voice
    Note:
    - Enrollment is open to all Maryville students.

    - Students enrolled in a Private Music Instruction course will be assessed a private lesson course fee.

  
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    MUS 152 - Private Music Instruction II


    Credits: One (1)
    *51 and *52 Private Music Instruction courses are one-credit courses, which are associated with 30-minute, weekly private lessons.

    Private Music Instruction courses are intended to be taken in sequence.

    Each enrolled student will be paired with an expert instructor during the first week of the semester. The student and the instructor will then agree upon a regular meeting time. Thirty-minute, weekly private lessons will take place in the music studios on the ground floor of the University Auditorium building.

    Each Private Music Instruction course has a two-letter code appended to the end of the course number that identifies whether the lessons are vocal or instrumental (and, if the lessons are instrumental, which specific instrument will be studied). The legend for these two-letter codes is below:

    BR - Brass

    CE - Cello

    CL - Clarinet

    FL - Flute

    GT - Guitar

    HP - Harp

    OI – Other Instrument

    PC - Percussion

    PI - Piano

    SA - Saxophone

    ST - Strings

    TP - Trumpet

    VN - Violin

    VO - Voice
    Note: • Enrollment is open to all Maryville students.
    • Students enrolled in a Private Music Instruction course will be assessed a private lesson course fee.

  
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    MUS 161 - Private Music Instruction I


    Credits: Two (2)
    *61 and *62 Private Music Instruction courses are two-credit courses, which are associated with 60-minute, weekly private lessons.

    Private Music Instruction courses are intended to be taken in sequence.

    Each enrolled student will be paired with an expert instructor during the first week of the semester. The student and the instructor will then agree upon a regular meeting time. Sixty-minute, weekly private lessons will take place in the music studios on the ground floor of the University Auditorium building.

    Each Private Music Instruction course has a two-letter code appended to the end of the course number that identifies whether the lessons are vocal or instrumental (and, if the lessons are instrumental, which specific instrument will be studied). The legend for these two-letter codes is below:

    BR - Brass

    CE - Cello

    CL - Clarinet

    FL - Flute

    GT - Guitar

    HP - Harp

    OI – Other Instrument

    PC - Percussion

    PI - Piano

    SA - Saxophone

    ST - Strings

    TP - Trumpet

    VN - Violin

    VO - Voice
    Note: • Enrollment is open to all Maryville students.
    • Students enrolled in a Private Music Instruction course will be assessed a private lesson course fee.

  
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    MUS 162 - Private Music Instruction II


    Credits: Two (2)
    *61 and *62 Private Music Instruction courses are two-credit courses, which are associated with 60-minute, weekly private lessons.

    Private Music Instruction courses are intended to be taken in sequence.

    Each enrolled student will be paired with an expert instructor during the first week of the semester. The student and the instructor will then agree upon a regular meeting time. Sixty-minute, weekly private lessons will take place in the music studios on the ground floor of the University Auditorium building.

    Each Private Music Instruction course has a two-letter code appended to the end of the course number that identifies whether the lessons are vocal or instrumental (and, if the lessons are instrumental, which specific instrument will be studied). The legend for these two-letter codes is below:

    BR - Brass

    CE - Cello

    CL - Clarinet

    FL - Flute

    GT - Guitar

    HP - Harp

    OI – Other Instrument

    PC - Percussion

    PI - Piano

    SA - Saxophone

    ST - Strings

    TP - Trumpet

    VN - Violin

    VO - Voice
    Note: • Enrollment is open to all Maryville students.
    • Students enrolled in a Private Music Instruction course will be assessed a private lesson course fee.

  
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    MUS 163 - Instrumental Ensemble I


    Credits: Zero (0) to One (1)
    Students will need to provide their own instruments in order to participate.

    Students in each Instrumental Ensemble course are sorted into small or large musical ensembles at the beginning of each semester, determined by the instructor on the basis of enrollment.

    All students enrolled in Instrumental Ensembles are required to perform in one concert near the end of each semester.

    Instrumental Ensemble courses are intended to be taken in sequence.
    Note: Enrollment is open to all Maryville students.

  
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    MUS 164 - Instrumental Ensemble II


    Credits: Zero (0) to One (1)
    Students will need to provide their own instruments in order to participate.

    Students in each Instrumental Ensemble course are sorted into small or large musical ensembles at the beginning of each semester, determined by the instructor on the basis of enrollment.

    All students enrolled in Instrumental Ensembles are required to perform in one concert near the end of each semester.

    Instrumental Ensemble courses are intended to be taken in sequence.
    Note: Enrollment is open to all Maryville students.

  
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    MUS 167 - Maryville Symphony Orchestra I


    Credits: One Half (0.5)
    All student members of the Maryville Symphony Orchestra are eligible to receive music-ensemble performance credit for participation in the group’s rehearsals and concerts. These courses are intended to be taken in sequence; they are open only to students who successfully audition for membership in the Maryville Symphony Orchestra.
  
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    MUS 168 - Maryville Symphony Orchestra II


    Credits: One Half (0.5)
    All student members of the Maryville Symphony Orchestra are eligible to receive music-ensemble performance credit for participation in the group’s rehearsals and concerts. These courses are intended to be taken in sequence; they are open only to students who successfully audition for membership in the Maryville Symphony Orchestra.
  
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    MUS 173 - Guitar Class I for Non-Music Therapy Majors


    Credits: Two (2)
    Students will need to provide their own acoustic (or acoustic-electric) guitar in order to participate.                     

    Guitar Class courses are intended to be taken in sequence.

    An introduction to the art of guitar playing in the classroom setting, this course is intended to be taken by beginning or novice guitarists. Topics will include guitar technique and basic elements of music theory.
    Note: • Enrollment is open to all Maryville students, except for Music Therapy majors.

  
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    MUS 174 - Guitar Class II for Non-Music Therapy Majors


    Credits: Two (2)
    Prerequisite: MUS 173 or permission of instructor
    Students will need to provide their own acoustic (or acoustic-electric) guitar in order to participate.

    Guitar Class courses are intended to be taken in sequence.

    This course is intended to be taken by students who have completed MUS 173 (Guitar Class I for Non-Music Therapy Majors), or have attained a similar skill level at the guitar through other study. Topics will include guitar technique and basic elements of music theory.
    Note: • Enrollment is open to all Maryville students, except for Music Therapy majors.

  
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    MUS 181 - Concert Attendance


    Credits: Zero (0)
    This course is required for Music Therapy majors and Music minors.
    Note: Students will attend a designated number of musical events during the semester.
  
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    MUS 182 - Concert Attendance


    Credits: Zero (0)
    This course is required for Music Therapy majors and Music minors.
    Note: Students will attend a designated number of musical events during the semester.
  
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    MUS 201 - Music Theory III


    Credits: Three (3)
    Prerequisite: MUS-102
    Corequisite: MUS-203

    Students will learn to manage modulation, and to analyze selected musical forms.
  
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    MUS 202 - Music Theory IV


    Credits: Three (3)
    Prerequisite: MUS-201
    Corequisite: MUS-204

    A continuation of Music Theory III, this course emphasizes extended chromatic harmony and the analysis of more complex musical forms. Harmonic practices in 20th century music will be addressed.
  
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    MUS 203 - Ear Training III


    Credits: One (1)
    Corequisite: MUS-201

    This course is intended to support a study of chromatic harmony with sight-singing, dictation, and other applied musical activities.
  
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    MUS 204 - Ear Training IV


    Credits: One (1)
    Corequisite: MUS-202

    This course is intended to support a study of chromatic and twentieth-century harmony with sight-singing, dictation, and other applied musical activities.
  
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    MUS 243 - Choral Ensemble III


    Credits: Zero (0) to One (1)
    The Maryville University Chorus performs occasionally at campus functions and presents one concert near the end of each semester.

    Choral Ensemble courses are intended to be taken in sequence.
    Note: Enrollment is open to all Maryville students.

  
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    MUS 244 - Choral Ensemble IV


    Credits: Zero (0) to One (1)
    The Maryville University Chorus performs occasionally at campus functions and presents one concert near the end of each semester.

    Choral Ensemble courses are intended to be taken in sequence.
    Note: Enrollment is open to all Maryville students.

  
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    MUS 247 - St. Louis Women’s Chorale III


    Credits: One Half (0.5)
    All student members of the St. Louis Women’s Chorale are eligible to receive music-ensemble performance credit for participation in the groups’ rehearsals and concerts. These courses are intended to be taken in sequence; they are open only to students who successfully audition for membership in the St. Louis Women’s Chorale.
  
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    MUS 248 - St. Louis Women’s Chorale IV


    Credits: One Half (0.5)
    All student members of the St. Louis Women’s Chorale are eligible to receive music-ensemble performance credit for participation in the groups’ rehearsals and concerts. These courses are intended to be taken in sequence; they are open only to students who successfully audition for membership in the St. Louis Women’s Chorale.
  
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    MUS 251 - Private Music Instruction III


    Credits: One (1)
    *51 and *52 Private Music Instruction courses are one-credit courses, which are associated with 30-minute, weekly private lessons.

    Private Music Instruction courses are intended to be taken in sequence.

    Each enrolled student will be paired with an expert instructor during the first week of the semester. The student and the instructor will then agree upon a regular meeting time. Thirty-minute, weekly private lessons will take place in the music studios on the ground floor of the University Auditorium building.

    Each Private Music Instruction course has a two-letter code appended to the end of the course number that identifies whether the lessons are vocal or instrumental (and, if the lessons are instrumental, which specific instrument will be studied). The legend for these two-letter codes is below:

    BR - Brass

    CE - Cello

    CL - Clarinet

    FL - Flute

    GT - Guitar

    HP - Harp

    OI – Other Instrument

    PC - Percussion

    PI - Piano

    SA - Saxophone

    ST - Strings

    TP - Trumpet

    VN - Violin

    VO - Voice
    Note: • Enrollment is open to all Maryville students.
    • Students enrolled in a Private Music Instruction course will be assessed a private lesson course fee.

  
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    MUS 252 - Private Music Instruction IV


    Credits: One (1)
    *51 and *52 Private Music Instruction courses are one-credit courses, which are associated with 30-minute, weekly private lessons.

    Private Music Instruction courses are intended to be taken in sequence.

    Each enrolled student will be paired with an expert instructor during the first week of the semester. The student and the instructor will then agree upon a regular meeting time. Thirty-minute, weekly private lessons will take place in the music studios on the ground floor of the University Auditorium building.

    Each Private Music Instruction course has a two-letter code appended to the end of the course number that identifies whether the lessons are vocal or instrumental (and, if the lessons are instrumental, which specific instrument will be studied). The legend for these two-letter codes is below:

    BR - Brass

    CE - Cello

    CL - Clarinet

    FL - Flute

    GT - Guitar

    HP - Harp

    OI – Other Instrument

    PC - Percussion

    PI - Piano

    SA - Saxophone

    ST - Strings

    TP - Trumpet

    VN - Violin

    VO - Voice
    Note: • Enrollment is open to all Maryville students.
    • Students enrolled in a Private Music Instruction course will be assessed a private lesson course fee.

  
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    MUS 261 - Private Music Instruction III


    Credits: Two (2)
    *61 and *62 Private Music Instruction courses are two-credit courses, which are associated with 60-minute, weekly private lessons.

    Private Music Instruction courses are intended to be taken in sequence.

    Each enrolled student will be paired with an expert instructor during the first week of the semester. The student and the instructor will then agree upon a regular meeting time. Sixty-minute, weekly private lessons will take place in the music studios on the ground floor of the University Auditorium building.

    Each Private Music Instruction course has a two-letter code appended to the end of the course number that identifies whether the lessons are vocal or instrumental (and, if the lessons are instrumental, which specific instrument will be studied). The legend for these two-letter codes is below:

    BR - Brass

    CE - Cello

    CL - Clarinet

    FL - Flute

    GT - Guitar

    HP - Harp

    OI – Other Instrument

    PC - Percussion

    PI - Piano

    SA - Saxophone

    ST - Strings

    TP - Trumpet

    VN - Violin

    VO - Voice
    Note: • Enrollment is open to all Maryville students.
    • Students enrolled in a Private Music Instruction course will be assessed a private lesson course fee.

  
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    MUS 262 - Private Music Instruction IV


    Credits: Two (2)
    *61 and *62 Private Music Instruction courses are two-credit courses, which are associated with 60-minute, weekly private lessons.

    Private Music Instruction courses are intended to be taken in sequence.

    Each enrolled student will be paired with an expert instructor during the first week of the semester. The student and the instructor will then agree upon a regular meeting time. Sixty-minute, weekly private lessons will take place in the music studios on the ground floor of the University Auditorium building.

    Each Private Music Instruction course has a two-letter code appended to the end of the course number that identifies whether the lessons are vocal or instrumental (and, if the lessons are instrumental, which specific instrument will be studied). The legend for these two-letter codes is below:

    BR - Brass

    CE - Cello

    CL - Clarinet

    FL - Flute

    GT - Guitar

    HP - Harp

    OI – Other Instrument

    PC - Percussion

    PI - Piano

    SA - Saxophone

    ST - Strings

    TP - Trumpet

    VN - Violin

    VO - Voice
    Note: • Enrollment is open to all Maryville students.
    • Students enrolled in a Private Music Instruction course will be assessed a private lesson course fee.

  
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    MUS 263 - Instrumental Ensemble III


    Credits: Zero (0) to One (1)
    Students will need to provide their own instruments in order to participate.

    Students in each Instrumental Ensemble course are sorted into small or large musical ensembles at the beginning of each semester, determined by the instructor on the basis of enrollment.

    All students enrolled in Instrumental Ensembles are required to perform in one concert near the end of each semester.

    Instrumental Ensemble courses are intended to be taken in sequence.
    Note: Enrollment is open to all Maryville students.

  
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    MUS 264 - Instrumental Ensemble IV


    Credits: Zero (0) to One (1)
    Students will need to provide their own instruments in order to participate.

    Students in each Instrumental Ensemble course are sorted into small or large musical ensembles at the beginning of each semester, determined by the instructor on the basis of enrollment.

    All students enrolled in Instrumental Ensembles are required to perform in one concert near the end of each semester.

    Instrumental Ensemble courses are intended to be taken in sequence.
    Note: Enrollment is open to all Maryville students

  
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    MUS 267 - Maryville Symphony Orchestra III


    Credits: One Half (0.5)
    All student members of the Maryville Symphony Orchestra are eligible to receive music-ensemble performance credit for participation in the group’s rehearsals and concerts. These courses are intended to be taken in sequence; they are open only to students who successfully audition for membership in the Maryville Symphony Orchestra.
  
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    MUS 268 - Maryville Symphony Orchestra IV


    Credits: One Half (0.5)
    All student members of the Maryville Symphony Orchestra are eligible to receive music-ensemble performance credit for participation in the group’s rehearsals and concerts. These courses are intended to be taken in sequence; they are open only to students who successfully audition for membership in the Maryville Symphony Orchestra.
 

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