2017-2018 Academic Catalog 
    
    Jun 17, 2024  
2017-2018 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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  • MKT 496 - Independent Study


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


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


    Credits: One (1) to Four (4)
  
  • 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.
  
  • 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.
  
  • 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
  
  • 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.
  
  • 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.


  
  • 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.
  
  • MKT 697 - Special Topics


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


    Credits: One Half (0.5) to Six (6)
  
  • 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.
  
  • 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.
  
  • 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.
  
  • 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.
  
  • 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.
  
  • 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.
  
  • 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.
  
  • 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.
  
  • 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.
  
  • 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.
  
  • 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.

  
  • 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.

  
  • 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.
  
  • 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.
  
  • 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.

  
  • 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.

  
  • 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.

  
  • 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.

  
  • 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.

  
  • 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.

  
  • 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.
  
  • 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.
  
  • 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.

  
  • 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.

  
  • 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.
  
  • 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.
  
  • 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.
  
  • 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.
  
  • 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.
  
  • 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.
  
  • 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.

  
  • 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.

  
  • 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.
  
  • 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.
  
  • 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.

  
  • 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.

  
  • 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.

  
  • 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.

  
  • 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.

  
  • 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

  
  • 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.
  
  • 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.
  
  • MUS 281 - Concert Attendance


    Credits: Zero (0)
    This course is required for Music Therapy majors and Music minors. Students will attend a designated number of musical events during the semester.
  
  • MUS 282 - Concert Attendance


    Credits: Zero (0)
    This course is required for Music Therapy majors and Music minors. Students will attend a designated number of musical events during the semester.
  
  • MUS 296 - Independent Study


    Credits: One (1) to Five (5)
  
  • MUS 297 - Special Studies


    Credits: One (1) to Three (3)
    These courses are offered periodically based on the interests of our students and faculty.For more information and a listing of current offerings, please see additional descriptions at www.maryville.edu/specialstudies.
  
  • MUS 301 - Music In Western Civilization I


    Credits: Three (3)
    This course outlines the development of art music in Western civilization from its roots in ancient Greek musical thought through the European Middle Ages, Renaissance era, and Baroque period. Emphasis will be shared between music literature and its cultural context.
  
  • MUS 302 - Music In Western Civilization II


    Credits: Three (3)
    This course outlines the development of art music in Western civilization from circa 1750 to the present day. Emphasis will be shared between music literature and its cultural context.
  
  • MUS 314 - Jazz: A Unique American Music


    Credits: Three (3)
    Studies in the history of jazz from African sources to contemporary developments.
    Note: Enrollment is open to all Maryville students.   
  
  • MUS 315 - Arranging and Orchestration


    Credits: Three (3)
    Prerequisite: MUS-101, MUS-102, MUS-201 and MUS-202
    This course examines the uses and possibilities of orchestral as well as nonsymphonic instruments. The student will learn to adapt, arrange, transpose and simplify music compositions for small vocal and instrumental ensembles.
  
  • MUS 316 - World Music


    Credits: Three (3)
    This course introduces the music of different cultures, excluding the Western Euro-American tradition. It explores art and ethnic music of India, Indonesia and the Far East as well as Africa, South America, and Australia.
    Note: It is open to non-music majors.
  
  • MUS 320 - Rock Music


    Credits: Three (3)
    This course is a year-by-year review of the music, artists, composers, record producers, and others associated with rock ‘n’ roll from 1954 to the present, with emphasis on the controversies surrounding this genre. The course will examine the artistry of rock music as well as its historcial contexts and social implications.
  
  • MUS 343 - Choral Ensemble V


    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.  

  
  • MUS 344 - Choral Ensemble VI


    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.    

  
  • MUS 347 - St. Louis Women’s Chorale V


    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.
  
  • MUS 348 - St. Louis Women’s Chorale VI


    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.
  
  • MUS 351 - Private Music Instruction V


    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.

  
  • MUS 352 - Private Music Instruction VI


    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.

  
  • MUS 361 - Private Music Instruction V


    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.

  
  • MUS 362 - Private Music Instruction VI


    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.

  
  • MUS 363 - Instrumental Ensemble V


    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.

  
  • MUS 364 - Instrumental Ensemble VI


    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.

  
  • MUS 367 - Maryville Symphony Orchestra V


    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.
  
  • MUS 368 - Maryville Symphony Orchestra VI


    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.
  
  • MUS 372 - Elements of Conducting


    Credits: Two (2)
    This course studies basic principles of conducting with emphasis on choral conducting.
  
  • MUS 381 - Concert Attendance


    Credits: Zero (0)
  
  • MUS 382 - Concert Attendance


    Credits: Zero (0)
    This course is required for Music Therapy majors and Music minors. Students will attend a designated number of musical events during the semester.
  
  • MUS 397 - Special Studies


    Credits: One (1) to Four (4)
  
  • MUS 438 - Piano Proficiency Exam Preparation


    Credits: One (1)
    This course is intended to support music therapy majors as they prepare to complete the required Piano Proficiency Exam. Topics will include keyboard technique, sight reading, ear training, and applied music theory.
    Note: Music Therapy Majors Only
  
  • MUS 443 - Choral Ensemble VII


    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.  

  
  • MUS 444 - Choral Ensemble VIII


    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.    

  
  • MUS 445 - Vocal Proficiency Exam Preparation


    Credits: One (1)
    This course is intended to support music therapy majors as they prepare to complete the required Vocal Proficiency Exam. Inexperienced singers will be guided in the development of vocal technique, as well as in the enhancement of other vocal skills needed by practicing music therapists.
    Note: Music Therapy Majors Only
  
  • MUS 447 - St. Louis Women’s Chorale VII


    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.
  
  • MUS 448 - St. Louis Women’s Chorale VIII


    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.
  
  • MUS 451 - Private Music Instruction VII


    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.

  
  • MUS 452 - Private Music Instruction VIII


    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.

  
  • MUS 461 - Private Music Instruction VII


    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.

  
  • MUS 462 - Private Music Instruction VIII


    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.

  
  • MUS 463 - Instrumental Ensemble VII


    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.

  
  • MUS 464 - Instrumental Ensemble VIII


    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.
    Cross-listed: MUS-163

  
  • MUS 467 - Maryville Symphony Orchestra VII


    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.
  
  • MUS 468 - Maryville Symphony Orchestra VIII


    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.
  
  • MUS 475 - Instrumental Techniques: Percussion


    Credits: Two (2)
    This course studies development of instrumental techniques and performance concepts on percussion instruments.
  
  • MUS 476 - Music Therapy Improvisation & Composition


    Credits: Three (3)
    This course will explore improvisational music therapy techniques using piano, voice and guitar. Students will learn about different models of improvisatory music therapy and how to implement them. Students will also explore models for using composition in music therapy, including client and therapist compositions.
    Note: Music Therapy Majors Only
  
  • MUS 479 - Music Recording Techniques


    Credits: Three (3)
    This course will introduce students to essential techniques in music recording. Topics will include microphone selection and placement, preamplifiers, tracking to digital audio workstations (including Logic Pro and Pro Tools), editing, mixing, and mastering.
    Note: Music Therapy Majors Only
  
  • MUS 490 - Guitar Proficiency Exam


    Credits: Zero (0)
    Prerequisite: Music Therapy Majors Only
    A music therapy major’s successful completion of the Guitar Proficiency Exam will be indicated by a passing grade in this course; students should register for this course in the semester during which they intend to complete the Guitar Proficiency Exam. This course is open only to music therapy majors.
  
  • MUS 491 - Piano Proficiency Exam


    Credits: Zero (0)
    Prerequisite: Music Therapy Majors Only
    A music therapy major’s successful completion of the Piano Proficiency Exam will be indicated by a passing grade in this course; students should register for this course in the semester during which they intend to complete the Piano Proficiency Exam. This course is open only to music therapy majors.
  
  • MUS 492 - Senior Recital


    Credits: Zero (0)
    Prerequisite: Music Therapy Majors Only
    A music therapy major’s successful performance of a qualified Senior Recital will be indicated by a passing grade in this course; studentsshould regiser for this course in the semester during which their Senior Recital is scheduled. This course is open only to music therapy majors.
  
  • MUS 496 - Independent Study


    Credits: One (1) to Four (4)
 

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