Music

Note: Students enrolled in the following courses will be assessed an Applied Music Fee-$300.00 for ½ hour lesson (MUS 177) and $400.00 for full hour lesson (MUS 178, 278, 378, 478). Contact the department at 860-832-2912 for additional information. (Fees subject to change.)

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MUS 090 Concert/Forum Attendance 0
Attendance, totaling 9 per semester, at concerts/student forums sponsored by the Music Department. Music majors are required to enroll every semester except the semester they enrolled in either EDSC 420/421 or MUS 400.

100s

MUS 100 Search in Music 3
Introduction to and overview of various topics, techniques, and genres in music history and/or theory. Titles and themes may vary from section to section. Three hours of lecture per week. May be repeated with different content for up to 6 credits. Irregular. Study Area I

MUS 101 Practicum in Music Education 2
Overview of topics related to a career in music education. Includes case study analysis, discussion of issues in music education, observations and reflections on classroom teaching and rehearsals, and laboratory in music education technology. Open only to music majors. Spring.

MUS 109 Fundamentals of Music 3
Music reading, ear-training, and elementary music theory. CSUS Common Course. Study Area I

MUS 110 Listening to Classical Music 3
Introduction to masterpieces of Western art music and to skills required for critical listening. CSUS Common Course. Study Area I [I]

MUS 111 Music of the World's People 3
Introduction to music from a cross-cultural perspective, including African, Asian, Hispanic, and Native American musical traditions. CSUS Common Course. Study Area I [I]

MUS 112 Computer Applications to Music 3
Prereq.: MUS 109 Exploration of music using computer technology. Includes music fundamentals, elementary principles of musical composition, and computer sound synthesis through the use of computers. Study Area I

MUS 113 History of Jazz 3
Survey of the evolution of jazz from its origins in African-American, European, and American ethnic styles through present models as illustrated through lectures, recordings, and related readings. CSUS Common Course. Study Area I

MUS 114 Introduction to Music Technology 1
Prereq.: MUS 109 or MUS 121, and MUS 250 (or equivalent skills) (both with C- or higher). Any may be taken concurrently. Introduction to fundamental technology skills relevant to music: computer-based notation, MIDI sequencing, and basic principles of digital-audio recording and editing. Open to music majors only.

MUS 115 Aural Skills I 1
Prereq.: Open only to Music majors. Coreq.: MUS 121. Development of sight-singing skills, diatonic major and minor materials.

MUS 116 Aural Skills II 1
Prereq.: Open only to Music majors. Coreq.: MUS 122. Continued development of diatonic major and minor sight singing and ear training skills. Introduction to chromatic materials.

MUS 121 Music Theory I 2
Prereq.: MUS 114 (may be taken concurrently); open only to Music majors or minors; or permission of instructor. Coreq.: MUS 115. Basic properties of music with emphasis on melodic materials; study includes stylistic analysis, composition, two and three-part counterpoint.

MUS 122 Music Theory II 2
Prereq.: MUS 121 (C- or higher); open only to Music majors or minors; or permission of instructor. Coreq.: MUS 116. Homophonic texture and diatonic harmonic relations, form, and analysis.

MUS 140 Ensemble 1
Prereq.: Permission of instructor through audition. Study and performance for ensembles for various combinations. May be repeated for credit with different content. This course does not satisfy ensemble degree requirements for Music majors (except B.A. in Jazz Studies).

MUS 141 Chorus 1
Prereq.: basic proficiency in singing; or permission of instructor. A variety of choral literature will be performed eacb semester. May be repeated for credit with different course content.

MUS 142A Band: Wind Symphony 1
Prereq.: basic proficiency in playing a wind, brass, or percussion instrucment; or permission of instructor. A variety of band literature will be performed each semester. May be repeated for credit with different content.

MUS 143 Sinfonietta 1
Prereq.: basic proficiency in playing a string, wind, brass, or percussion instrument; or permission of instructor. Standard orchestral literature will be played each semester. Course may be repeated for credit with different content.

MUS 144 Marching Band 1
Prereq.: basic proficiency in playing a wind or percussion instrument; or permission of instructor. Performance of marching band music and opportunities to perform at football games and other special events. May be repeated for credit with different contenct. Fall.

MUS 147A Traditional Jazz Ensemble 1
Prereq.: Permission of instructor through audition. Standard big-band instrumentation repertoire that concentrates on ensemble playing while giving the more accomplished musicians improvisatory opportunities.

MUS 147B Improvisatory Jazz Ensemble 1
Prereq.: Permission of instructor through audition. Varied instrumentation. May be divided into several groups concentrating on individual development of jazz improvisatory skills. May be repeated for credit with different content.

MUS 148 Ensemble: University Singers 1
Prereq.: Permission of instructor through audition. A select small vocal ensemble which studies and performs primarily a capella repertoire including madrigals, motet, chamber music, vocal jazz, and world music. Performs several times both on and off campus with occasional concert tours. May be repeated for credit with different content.

MUS 149 University Chamber Players 1
Prereq.: Permission of instructor through audition. A select ensemble of musicians exploring their passion for chamber music in all its settings. May be repeated for credit with different content.

MUS 177 Applied Music 1
Prereq.: open to non-majors by permission of instructor. Individual instrumental or vocal instruction in performance. May be repeated with different content for a total of 6 credits. Fee: $300 per semester. (Fee subject to change)

MUS 178 Applied Music for Majors 2
Prereq.: open only to Music majors. Individual instrumental or vocal instruction in performance. May be repeated with different content for a total of 6 credits. Fee: $400 per semester. (Fee subject to change.)

200s

MUS 211 Ethnomusicology 3
Prereq.: MUS 121 or MUS 109 for music majors (C- or higher); permission of instructor). Introduction to the discipline of ethnomusicology. Case studies explore different musical systems and their relationship to their cultural settings. Fall. [I]

MUS 213 Jazz Styles and Chronology 3
Prereq.: MUS 113 (C- or higher) or permission of instructor. Critical study of major jazz artists and the influence of their lives, culture, and music on the development of jazz. On demand.

MUS 214 Electro-acoustic Music and Sonic Art 3
Historical survey of electro-acoustic music composition and sonic art. Introduction to computer-based digital audio recording and editing, sound synthesis, and effects. Simple electro-acoustic and sonic art composition projects. Spring. Study Area I

MUS 215 Aural Skills III 1
Prereq.: MUS 116 (C- or higher); open only to Music majors. Coreq.: MUS 122. Continued development of diatonic major and minor sight singing and eartraining skills. Introduction to modulatory materials.

MUS 216 Aural Skills IV 1
Prereq.: MUS 215 (C- or higher); open only to Music majors. Coreq.: MUS 222. Continued development of diatonic major and minor sight singing and eartraining skills. Expanded tonal and atonal materials.

MUS 221 Music Theory III 2
Prereq.: MUS 122 (C- or higher); open only to Music majors. Coreq.: MUS 215. Harmonic relations continued; chromatic and higher tertian harmony, form, and analysis continued, basic principles of orchestration.

MUS 222 Music Theory IV 2
Prereq.: MUS 221 (C- or higher); open only to Music majors. Coreq.: MUS 216. Study of historical forms and contrapuntal techniques through analysis, composition, and performance, continuation of orchestration study.

MUS 235 Music History I 3
Prereq.: MUS 121 (C- or higher). Survey of the development of Western music in its historical context from ancient Greece to the late Baroque era. [I]

MUS 236 Music History II 3
Prereq.: MUS 122 and MUS 235 (both with C- or higher). Survey of the development of Western music in its historical context from the late Baroque to the late Romantic era. [I]

MUS 250 Piano Class I 2
Introduction to piano through the study of harmonic, melodic, and rhythmic patterns. Elementary keyboard skills in sight-reading, transposition and melody harmonization. For students with no previous piano training.

MUS 251 Piano Class II 2
Prereq.: MUS 250 (C- or higher) or equivalent skill and permission of instructor. Continuation of keyboard skills introduced in MUS 250.

MUS 259 Vocal Methods 1
Prereq.: open only to Music majors. Methods and materials of class instruction in voice.

MUS 261 Woodwind Methods 1
Prereq.: open only to Music majors. Beginning class instruction in woodwind instruments.

MUS 262 Brass Methods 1
Prereq.: open only to Music majors. Beginning class instruction in brass instruments.

MUS 263 Percussion Methods 1
Prereq.: open only to music majors. Class instruction in snare drum, tympani, and related orchestral and band percussion instruments.

MUS 264 Voice Class 2
Instruction in voice production and vocal techniques. Vocalizations for vowels, range, flexibility. Song repertoire for individual members.

MUS 267 String Methods: Violin and Viola 1
Prereq.: open only to Music majors. Methods and materials of class instruction in violin and viola.

MUS 268 String Methods: Cello and Double Bass 1

Methods and materials class instruction in cello and double bass. Open only to Music majors.

MUS 269 Technology in Music Education 1
Prereq.: MUS 101 and MUS 114 (both with C- or higher). Introduction to the practical application of general productivity, multimedia, and music-specific technologies to teaching music in elementary, middle, or high schools. Restricted to Music Education majors. Fall.

MUS 273 Jazz Improvisation I 2
Prereq.: MUS 121 (C- or higher) or permission of instructor. Study of jazz theory and performance to develop the basic skills required for improvising. Students will transcribe, perform and analyze solos in various styles while becoming proficient in jazz theory and terminology.

MUS 274 Jazz Improvisation II 2
Prereq.: MUS 273 (C- or higher) or permission of instructor. Study of jazz theory and performance leading to an advanced level of improvising and proficiency in theory and terminology. Students will transcribe, perform and analyze solos containing complex harmony and advanced vocabulary.

MUS 278 Applied Music for Majors II 2
Prereq.: MUS 178 (C or higher); open only to Music majors. Individual instrumental or vocal instruction in performance. May be repeated for up to 6 credits in any one performing area. Fee: $400 per semester. (Fee subject to change.) Spring.

MUS 295 Beginning Composition 2
Prereq.: MUS 114 and MUS 221 (both with C- or higher); or permission of instructor. Fundamental principles, techniques, and skills of music composition. Introduction to contemporary innovations in musical styles and language. Composition of simple, short musical compositions. Spring.

300s

MUS 310 General Music Education, Part I (Grades PK-4) 3
Prereq.: MUS 101 (C- or higher). Organization, aims, and supervision of elementary school general music programs. Materials for teaching general music in the elementary schools. Open only to Music Education majors. Field experience required (10 hours). To be taken concurrently with EDTE 314.

MUS 311 General Music Education, Part II (Grades 5-12) 3
Prereq.: MUS 101 (with a grade of C- or higher), MUS 310 (with a grade of C or higher), and admission to the Professional Program in Music Education. Organization, aims, and supervision of general music programs, and resources and techniques for teaching general music. Aims, materials, procedures, and techniques for teaching general music and non-performance classes in middle and high schools grades (7-12). Field experience requirement: teacher candidates will have a minimum of 15 hours of field experience. To be taken concurrently with EDSC 425, SPED 315, MUS 315, and MUS 316. CT law requires findgerprinting and a criminal background check for the filed experiences in this class. Fingerprinting must be completed prior to the beginning of class. Spring.

MUS 315 Choral Music Methods 4
Prereq.: MUS 101 (C- or higher) and 310 (C or higher), and admission to the professional program in Music Education.  Coreq.: MUS 311, SPED 315, and EDSC 425. Organization, aims, methods and supervision of school vocal programs and choral organizations in elementary, middle and high schools. Discussion of special problems of choral conducting and the selecting of choral materials and repertoire for students in grades 4-12. Field experience required (20 hours). CT law requires fingerprinting and a criminal background check for the filed experiences in this class. Fingerprinting must be completed prior to the beginning of class. Spring.

MUS 316 Instrumental Music Methods 4
Prereq.: MUS 101 (C- or higher) and MUS 310 (C or higher), and admission to the professional program in Music Education.  Coreq.: MUS 311, SPED 315 and EDSC 425. Organization, aims, methods, and supervision of school instrumental programs and instrumental organizations. Discussion of special problems of instrumental conducting and the selecting of instrumental materials and repertoire appropriate for students in grades 4-12. Field experience required (20 hours). CT law requires fingerprinting and a criminal background check for the field experiences in this class. Fingerprinting must be completed prior to the beginning of class. Spring.

MUS 335 Music History III 3
Prereq.: MUS 221 and MUS 236 (both with C- or higher); open only to Music majors. Survey of the development of Western music in its historical context from the late Romantic era to the present. [I]

MUS 350 Piano Class III 2
Prereq.: MUS 251 (C- or higher) or equivalent skill and permission of instructor. Continuation of MUS 251 with emphasis on keyboard skill. Harmonization of folk melodies, improvising to given chord pattern, sight-reading of community songs.

MUS 351 Piano Class IV 2
Prereq.: MUS 350 (C- or higher) or equivalent skill and permission of instructor. Continuation of MUS 350. Improvisation on more advanced level. Repertoire from various styles of piano literature.

MUS 367 Choral Conducting 2
Prereq.: MUS 222 (C- or higher) or equivalent. Development of skills in choral conducting and score reading. Open only to Music majors. Fall.

MUS 368 Instrumental Conducting 2
Prereq.: MUS 222 and MUS 367 (both with C- or higher); or permission of instructor. Development of skills in instrumental conducting, baton technique, and score reading. Open only to Music majors. Spring.

MUS 378 Applied Music for Majors III 2
Prereq.: MUS 278 (C or higher); open only to Music majors. Individual instrumental or vocal instruction in performance. May be repeated for up to 6 credits. Fee: $400 per semester. (Fee subject to change).

MUS 380 Advanced Notation, Sequencing, and Sound Synthesis 2
Prereq.: MUS 114 (C- or higher); open only to Music majors; or permission of instructor. Advanced development of music technology skills focusing on computer-based notation, sound synthesis, MIDI sequencing, and digital audio recording and editing. Spring.

MUS 390 Orchestration 2
Prereq.: MUS 114 and MUS 222 (both with C- or higher); or permission of instructor. Techniques and principles of orchestration; both instrumental and vocal arranging. Open only to Music majors. Fall.

MUS 395 Composition 3
Prereq.: MUS 222 and MUS 295 (both with C- or higher); open only to Music majors; or permission of instructor. Principles and techniques of music composition, geared to the mature musician; much independent work. Open only to music majors. Spring.

400s

400-LEVEL CLASSES ARE FOR UNDERGRADUATE CREDIT ONLY, EXCEPT WHERE NOTED WITH "[GR]"

MUS 400 Project in Music 1 TO 4
Prereq.: Permission of instructor. Individual study in an area of student's choice. May take the form of performance, composition, paper, or other area to be determined in consultation with a music department advisor. [GR]

MUS 401 Topics in Music 1 TO 3
Prereq.: basic proficiency in singing; or permission of instructor. A variety of choral literature will be performed each semester. May be repeated for credit with different course. Irregular. [GR]

MUS 402 Student Teaching Seminar 1
Prereq.: Acceptance into the Professional Program. Coreq.: EDSC 420 or EDSC 421. Seminar in which students discuss experiences in their learning communities, share resources, problem-solve, and develop and refine teaching techniques.

MUS 404 Topics in Performance 1 TO 3
Prereq.: Permission of instructor. Topics relevant to the performing musician including accompaniment, diction for singers, and performance practice. On demand. [GR]

MUS 405 Topics in Composers 3
Prereq.: Permission of instructor. Historical and analytical study of selected composers and their works. On demand. [GR]

MUS 469 Music Theory Review 2
Prereq.: Four semesters of undergraduate music theory. Survey of the principles of diatonic and chromatic elements of theory. This course is a prerequisite to MUS 470 if graduate theory placement exam is not passed. Credits from this course may not be applied toward the M.S. degree in Music Education.

MUS 470 Musical Structure and Style 3
Prereq.: Admission to the M.S. in Music Education program, or four semesters of undergraduate music theory or demonstrated proficiency on the music theory entrance examination. Survey of the principles of music theory through analysis of representative forms from various style periods. Irregular. [GR]

MUS 478 Applied Music for Majors IV 2
Prereq.: MUS 378 (C or higher); open only to Music majors. Individual instrumental or vocal instruction in performance. May be repeated for up to 4 credits. Fee: $400 per semester. (Fee subject to change).

500s

MUS 501 Topics in Music 1 TO 3
Selected topics in music covering specialized areas not covered in regular course offerings. Open only to students with an undergraduate degree in music or with special permission of the department chair. May be repeated with different topics up to 6 credits. Irregular.

MUS 502 Topics in Music Education 1 TO 3
In-service experience designed to meet specific needs of public school music teachers. May be repeated with different topics for a maximum of 6 credits. Summer.

MUS 503 Topics in Instrumental Music Education 1 TO 3
Study of specialized areas of instrumental music for the experienced music educator. May be repeated with different topics for a maximum of 6 credits. Summer.

MUS 504 Principles and Foundations of Music Education 3
Prereq.: Admission to the Master of Science (MS) in Music Education degree program. The study of the school music program from a historical, philosophical, and psychological basis. Special emphasis on current research in pedagogy and trends in aesthetic education. Irregular.

MUS 505 Topics in Pedagogy and Curriculum 1 TO 3
Exploration of specialized topics in music pedagogy and curriculum for the experienced music educator. May be repeated with different topics for a maximum of 6 credits. Summer.

MUS 506 Topics in Choral Music Education 2
Specialized areas of choral music and the school choral music program for the experienced music educator. May be repeated with different topics for a maximum of 6 credits. Summer.

MUS 507 Topics in Conducting 1 TO 3
Selected topics in band, choral, or orchestral conducting covering specialized areas for the experienced conductor. May be repeated with different topics for a maximum of 6 credits. Summer.

MUS 508 Topics in Choral Literature 2
Selected choral literature and rehearsal techniques for specific choral ensembles, including elementary, middle, high school, and community choirs. May be repeated with different topics for a maximum of 6 credits. Summer.

MUS 509 Comparative Music Studies 3
Prereq.: Admission to the graduate program in Music Education (M.S.) degree program. Study of the world of music from many perspectives including universal themes, organology, acoustics, iconography, notation, uses and function of music, and social identity. Irregular.

MUS 510 Current Issues in Music Education 3
Prereq.: Admission to Master of Science (MS) in Music Education and MUS 504 or permission of graduate coordinator. Contemporary issues in music education and how these interface with educational reform. Topics and projects include curriculum (music and interdisciplinary), research, assessment, equity, and access. Irregular.

MUS 512 Topics in String Pedagogy 2
Intensive study of the elements of pedagogy, with emphasis on program development. May be repeated with different topics for a maximum of 6 credits. Summer.

MUS 515 Topics in Digital Synthesizer Techniques 2
A study of selected aspects of digital synthesizer techniques and their application to the music classroom. May be repeated for a maximum of 6 credits with different content. Summer.

MUS 526 Developing Children's Choirs 2
Study of organizational techniques, resource materials, and rehearsal techniques for developing children's choirs. Summer.

MUS 528 Topics in Computer Music Notation 2
Specialized topics in computer music notation software and its application to the music classroom. May be repeated with different topics for a maximum of 6 credits.

MUS 529 Topics in Sequencing and Synthesis 2
Specialized topics in MIDI sequencing and synthesis software tools and their application to the music classroom. May be repeated with different topics for a maximum of 6 credits.

MUS 536 Topics in Music Technology 1 TO 3
Specialized topics in music technology including computer-assisted instruction, Internet and multi-media authoring, and music computerlabs. Mat be repeated with different topics for a maximum of 6 credits. Summer.

MUS 540 Chamber Ensemble 1
Prereq.: Permission of instructor by audition. Study and performance of music for various chamber ensembles. Will be offered based on availability of faculty and student interest. May be repeated for a total of 3 credits toward the M.S. in Music Education degree. Irregular.

MUS 540E Ensemble: Clarinet 1
Prereq.: Permission of instructor by audition.

MUS 540F Ensemble: Percussion 1
Prereq.: Permission of instructor by audition.

MUS 547A Ensemble - Traditional Jazz 1
Prereq.: Permission of instructor through audition. Standard big band instrumentation repertoire that concentrates on ensemble playing while giving the more accomplished musicians improvisatory opportunities. May be repeated for up to 4 credits with different content.

MUS 547B Ensemble - Improvisatory Jazz 1
Prereq.: Permission of instructor through audition. Varied instrumentation. May be divided into several groups. Concentration on individual development of jazz improvisatory skills. May be repeated for up to 4 credits with different content.

MUS 548 Ensemble-University Singers 1
Prereq.: Permission of instructor through audition. Select small vocal ensemble studies and performs primarily a capella repertoire including madrigals, motet, chamber music, vocal jazz and world music. The ensemble performs several times both on and off campus with occasional concert tours. May be repeated for up to 4 credits with different content.

MUS 549 University Chamber Players 1
Prereq.: Permission of instructor through audition. Select ensemble of musicians exploring their passion for chamber music in all its settings. May be repeated up to 4 credits with different content.

MUS 551 Orff-Schulwerk Teacher Training Course Level I 3
Foundations and principles of the Orff-Schulwerk process for teaching music to children; includes training in recorder pedagogy, ostination, bordun and canon. Summer.

MUS 552 Folk Dance and Movement Across the Curriculum 2
Multicultural and interdisciplinary course based on traditional folk music and dances. Movement education will be explored. May be repeated with different topics for a maximum of 6 credits. Summer.

MUS 556 Orff-Schulwerk Teacher Training Course Level II 3
Prereq.: MUS 551. A continuation of MUS 551; various accompaniment patterns, orchestrations, and modulation. Rhythmic training including irregular rhythms and meters; continuation of soprano recorder and introduction of alto recorder. Summer.

MUS 557 Topics in General Music Education 2
Study of specialized areas of classroom music throughout the K-12 music program. May be repeated with different topics for a maximum of 6 credits. Summer.

MUS 559 Topics in High School Music Curriculum 2
Study of selected non-performance curricula for the secondary music teacher. May be repeated with different topics for a maximum of 6 credits. Summer.

MUS 562 Topics in Instrument Repair 2
Repair and preventative maintenance of brass, woodwinds, and string instruments. May be repeated with different topics for a maximum of 6 credits. Summer.

MUS 567 String Repair 2
Fundamentals of violin family repair through lecture, demonstration, and lab experience. Areas of emphasis include bridge and peg repair, seam and crack gluing, making and setting of sound posts, instrument cleaning, and bow rehairing. Summer.

MUS 569 Aural Skills Development for Teachers 3
Prereq.: Bachelors degree in music. Aural skills development and proficiency in areas of musicianship including sight-singing, dictation (melodic and harmonic), error detection; and their application to the music classroom. Open to any music educator with a Bachelors degree in music. Irregular.

MUS 570 Topics in Vocal Techniques 2
Study of vocal techniques for selected age groups and/or levels of musical development. May be repeated for maximum of six credits with different content. Summer.

MUS 572 Topics in Literature for Bands 2
Study of selected instrumental literature for specific instrumental ensembles, including elementary, middle, and high school bands, and wind and jazz ensembles. May be repeated with different topics for a maximum of 6 credits. Summer.

MUS 574 Topics in Assessment and Evaluation 2
Study of various methods and evaluation as related to student, teacher, and program assessment. May be repeated with different topics for a maximum of 6 credits. Summer.

MUS 575 Topics in Band 2
Study of selected aspects of the public school band program. May be repeated for a maximum of 6 credits with different content. Summer.

MUS 578 Advanced Applied Music or Conducting 2
Prereq.: Admission to the Master of Science (MS) in Music Education degree program and approval for the Capstone Recital or Conducting Special Project. Individual instrumental or vocal instruction in performance or conducting. May be taken more than once for credit. Fee: $400 (subject to change).

MUS 579 Topics in Improvisation 2
Study of function and usage in specialized areas of improvisation. Development of basic skills in such realms as jazz, classical, and world music. May be repeated with different topics for a maximum of 6 credits. Summer.

MUS 590 Sinfonietta 1
Prereq.: Permission of instructor. Standard symphonic literature will be rehearsed for concert performance. No more than a total of 4 credits from MUS 590, 591, and 592 may be taken for credit towards the M.S. in Music Education degree.

MUS 591 Chorus 1
Prereq.: Permission of instructor. Representative chorus works from the great composers will be rehearsed and performed. No more than a total of 4 credits from MUS 590, 591, and 592 may be taken for credit towards the M.S. in Music Education degree.

MUS 592A Wind Symphony 1
Various styles of band music and different compositions studied for performance each semester. No more than a total of 3 credits from MUS 590, 591, and 592A may be taken for credit towards the degree.

MUS 597A Capstone Project in Music 3
Prereq.: Admission to the Master of Science (MS) in Music Education degree program at least 18 credits toward the planned program of study, a 3.00 cumulative grade point average and permission of the department's graduate committee. Individual study or research in an area of the student's choice with the consultation of the Capstone Project advisor; may include action research or composition. Summer.

MUS 597B Performance or Conducting Recital 3
Prereq.: Admission to the Master of Science (MS) in Music Education degree program, approval of the audition committee, at least 18 credits toward the planned program of study and a 3.00 cumulative grade point average. The preparation and presentation of a performance or conducting recital under the guidance of the appropriate applied music instructor. Summer.

MUS 598 Research in Music Education 3
Prereq.: Admission to MS in Music Education degree program and MUS 504 or permission of Graduate Music Coordinator. Study of research methods used in music education and the primary sources needed to conduct these types of research. Irregular.

MUS 599 Thesis 3
Prereq.: Admission to the Master of Science (MS) in Music Education degree program; permission of the department's graduate committee; at least 18 credits toward the planned program of study; and a 3.00 cumulative grade point average. Preparation of the thesis under the supervision of the thesis advisor. Irregular.

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