Jun 05, 2020  
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 Course Numbering System

001-099 Developmental Courses (Credit Type DV*)
100-299 Lower division courses; may have prerequisites
300-499 Upper division courses
500-599 Foundational graduate courses and Education graduate certification courses
600-699 Graduate courses

*DV - Developmental courses completed at Avila count toward Term hours, Term GPA and Career GPA, but are not counted in Career hours. Developmental courses completed at another institution are counted in Term hours and Term GPA, but are not counted in Career hours or Career GPA.

Catalog Course Information

The number in parentheses after the course title indicates the credit in semester hours.

The letters following the course description indicate the semester in which the course is given. Fall semester course offerings are indicated by FA; spring semester, SP; summer session, SU. Where frequency of course offering is not indicated, the course is given as required.

 

Mathematics

  
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    MA 330 - Mathematics & Its History (3)

    Important mathematical ideas, the people who developed them, and the history surrounding their development. Prerequisites: MA 241  with a grade of “C” or better.
  
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    MA 340 - Modern Geometry (3-4)

    Finite geometries, transformations, Euclidean geometry of polygons and circles, constructions, inversion, projective geometry, non-Euclidean geometries, and other related topics. Prerequisite: MA 242  or MA 315  with a grade of “C” or better.
  
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    MA 370 - Abstract Algebra (3)

    Elementary theory of rings, integral domains, fields, and groups; applications to other branches of mathematics; and other related topics. Prerequisite: MA 242  or MA 315  with a grade of “C” or better.
  
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    MA 380 - Special Topics in Mathematics (1-4)

    Selected mathematical topics related to a theme chosen by mathematics faculty on the basis of current student interests. Prerequisite: Varies based on topic selected.

Management

  
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    MG 321 - Management (3)

    Principles of management applicable to any organization including functions, processes, and behavior concepts. Prerequisites: EN 111  and CO 110 . FA, SP.
  
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    MG 322 - Organizational Behavior & Development (3)

    The study of the structure, individual and group behavior, and development of organizations. Prerequisites: EN 111  and CO 110 . FA, SP.
  
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    MG 323 - Human Resources Management (3)

    Study of human resource management as an integral function of an organization. Areas emphasized are employee influence and human resource flow. Prerequisite: MG 321  or MG 322 . FA.
  
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    MG 325 - Labor-Management Relations (3)

    Basic labor-management relations history, development, and applications. Prerequisite: MG 321  or MG 322 . FA.
  
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    MG 326 - Operations Management (3)

    Analysis of the methods and techniques utilized in the operations areas of organizations including the production and manufacturing function. Prerequisite: MG 321  or MG 322 . FA.
  
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    MG 411 - International Management (3)

    This course examines various issues related to managing international business effectively. The purpose is to develop skills in identifying critical issues facing, analyzing key factors related to and developing solutions for business that either compete or will compete in global business environments. Prerequisite: MG 321  or MG 322 . FA, even years.
  
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    MG 420 - Recruitment & Selection (3)

    This course covers topics dealing with effective recruitment and selection of employees by organizations. Topics include strategies to attract applicants, the use of specialist organizations, and the use of appropriate mechanisms to select the right candidate. Other related topics include testing techniques, such as personality tests, performance tests, assessment centers, simulations, and interviews. Prerequisite: MG 321  or MG 322 . SP.
  
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    MG 421 - Compensation & Benefits (3)

    This course focuses on various topics dealing with compensation and reward system. Topics include the role of compensation and benefits in effective recruitment, selection and retention of employees. Also treated are pay structures, pay-for-performance plans (group and individual), and executive pay. Government/Legal influences and the role of benefits are some of the other topics covered in this course. Prerequisite: MG 321  or MG 322 . FA.
  
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    MG 498 - Strategic Management (3)

    Students will examine the process by which executive management makes strategic decisions within a competitive market. Examining strategy formulation and implementation in light of an organization’s distinctive competencies and market opportunities is central to this course. Students will employ knowledge from accounting, finance, marketing and management in this course. Prerequisites: MK 310  with a grade of “C-” or better, FI 330  with a grade of “C-” or better, MG 321  with a grade of “C-” or better or MG 322  with a grade of “C-” or better, and BU 340  with a grade of “C-” or better. FA, SP.

Marketing

  
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    MK 310 - Marketing (3)

    Introduction to the principles and practices of marketing goods and services. Strategy and planning are emphasized as well as a thorough treatment of product, pricing, physical distribution, and promotional issues. The marketing concept is given extensive treatment. Prerequisite: EC 202  with a grade of “C” or better. FA, SP.
  
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    MK 312 - Consumer Behavior (3)

    Analysis of internal factors influencing consumer behavior and identification of variables basic to the segmentation of consumer markets. Prerequisites: MK 310  (or concurrently) and PY 101 . SP.
  
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    MK 313 - Promotion Strategy (3)

    Examination of the variables of the promotional mix (advertising, publicity, personal selling, and sales promotion) and their role in marketing processes. Focus is on managing both interpersonal and mass communications, including positioning issues, message strategies, and creative appeals; media evaluation, selection, and placement; and the implementation of sales promotions. Prerequisite: MK 310 . FA.
  
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    MK 316 - Personal Selling (3)

    Principles and methods of effective personal selling, customer analysis and methods of sales presentations, and planning and coordinating the sales function. Prerequisite: MK 310 . SP.
  
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    MK 411 - International Marketing (3)

    A study of the special problems of businesses in analyzing the environment affecting selection and development of international markets with respect to the firm’s resources and alternative foreign opportunities. Prerequisite: MK 310 . 2015 CORE: Global Studies. FA.
  
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    MK 412 - Services Marketing (3)

    Analysis of the dynamic services sector in domestic and international markets. Focus is on strategy and application of marketing principles for managers of service firms. Prerequisite: MK 310 . Every third semester.
  
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    MK 415 - Marketing Policy (3)

    Case studies on the analysis of the development, execution, evaluation, and redirection of marketing programs. Prerequisite: MK 310 . 2015 CORE: Community Engagement. SP.
  
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    MK 417 - Marketing Research (3)

    The techniques and methods utilized in planning, executing, and reporting marketing research including research design, questionnaire construction, sampling, and data analysis topics. Prerequisites: MK 310  and EC 240 . FA.
  
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    MK 418 - Physical Distribution Management (3)

    Design effective operation and coordination of integrated physical distribution systems for organizations serving geographically extended markets. Prerequisites: MK 310  and EC 241 .

Music

  
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    MU 103 - Music Fundamentals (1-3)

    Introduction to the basic elements of music - note-reading, rhythm, and theory. Recommended as preparation for students with little or no music background. FA.
  
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    MU 111 - Applied Voice (1)

    Technique of singing and its application to individual students. Repertoire as appropriate from standard and contemporary works in English, Italian, German, and French. Laboratory required for B.M. Voice Performance majors. Prerequisite: permission of Music Department Chair.
  
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    MU 112 - Applied Voice (1)

    Technique of singing and its application to individual students. Repertoire as appropriate from standard and contemporary works in English, Italian, German, and French. Laboratory required for B.M. Voice Performance majors. Prerequisite: permission of Music Department Chair.
  
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    MU 113 - Applied Instrumental (1)

    Individual instruction and training in woodwind, brass, percussion, or strings; repertoire and performance standards assigned according to individual student benchmarks. Prerequisite: permission of the Music Department Chairperson.
  
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    MU 114 - Applied Instrumental (1)

    Individual instruction and training in woodwind, brass, percussion, or strings; repertoire and performance standards assigned according to individual student benchmarks. Prerequisite: permission of the Music Department Chairperson.
  
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    MU 115 - Applied Piano (1)

    Bach two and three-part inventions or equivalent; Haydn and Mozart sonatas; Romantic and Contemporary pieces. Prerequisite: permission of Music Department Chair.
  
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    MU 116 - Applied Piano (1)

    Bach two and three-part inventions or equivalent; Haydn and Mozart sonatas; Romantic and Contemporary pieces. Prerequisite: permission of Music Department Chair.
  
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    MU 119 - Beginning Guitar Class (1)

    Class in beginning guitar technique. Rhythm playing, single-string technique, and introduction to classical literature. May be repeated for credit. FA.
  
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    MU 121 - Music: Fingerprints of Culture (3)

    A survey course revealing how music and culture have been linked throughout history and around the world. Through studying a diverse range of musical styles and their social influences, we discover how music has become a common element of worship, protest, social status, community, and communication. 2015 CORE: Creativity & Culture, Acquire, Global Studies. FA, SP, SU.
  
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    MU 151 - Avila Singers (1)

    Avila Singers is a non-auditioned choral ensemble intended for preparation and participation in public performances of sacred and secular choral music. The ensemble is open to all students who wish to sing. May be repeated for credit. FA, SP.
  
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    MU 155 - Athletic Band (1)

    Ensembles intended for preparation and participation in public performances both on and off campus, primarily Drum Line during Football season and Jazz Ensemble during Basketball Season. The ensemble is open to all students. May be repeated for credit.
  
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    MU 211 - Applied Voice (1)

    Technique of singing and its application to individual students. Repertoire as appropriate from standard and contemporary works in English, Italian, German, and French. Laboratory required for B.M. Voice Performance majors. Prerequisite: permission of Music Department Chair.
  
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    MU 212 - Applied Voice (1)

    Technique of singing and its application to individual students. Repertoire as appropriate from standard and contemporary works in English, Italian, German, and French. Laboratory required for B.M. Voice Performance majors. Prerequisite: permission of Music Department Chair.
  
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    MU 213 - Applied Instrumental (1)

    Individual instruction and training in woodwind, brass, percussion, or strings; repertoire and performance standards assigned according to individual student benchmarks. Prerequisite: permission of the Music Department Chairperson.
  
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    MU 214 - Applied Instrumental (1)

    Individual instruction and training in woodwind, brass, percussion, or strings; repertoire and performance standards assigned according to individual student benchmarks. Prerequisite: permission of the Music Department Chairperson.
  
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    MU 215 - Applied Piano (1)

    Bach two and three-part inventions or equivalent; Haydn and Mozart sonatas; Romantic and Contemporary pieces. Prerequisite: permission of Music Department Chair.
  
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    MU 216 - Applied Piano (1)

    Bach two and three-part inventions or equivalent; Haydn and Mozart sonatas; Romantic and Contemporary pieces. Prerequisite: permission of Music Department Chair.
  
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    MU 220 - Intermediate Guitar Class (1)

    More advanced technique and study of more advanced classical literature. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: MU 119 .
  
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    MU 221 - Divas, Ingénues & Vixens (3)

    A study of folk, popular, and refined music from the Western tradition specifically analyzing the compositions, performances, and role of women in music and applying feminist perspectives. Comparative elements such as ethnomusicology and male musicians will be utilized to provide a framework for gender within the greater context of the music of women. PRE-2015 CORE: Level II. 2015 CORE: Creativity & Culture, Transform. SP.
  
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    MU 231 - Accompanying (1)

    Fundamentals of and practical experience in learning and performing accompaniments for singers and instrumentalists. May be repeated for credit.
  
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    MU 251 - University Singers (1)

    University Singers is an auditioned choral ensemble performing challenging, eclectic literature both on and off campus. Students auditioning for the ensemble should be prepared to sight-read pitches and rhythms. Selection for the ensemble will be based on tone quality, intonation, sight-reading ability, and musicianship. May be repeated for credit. FA, SP.
  
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    MU 255 - Pit Orchestra (1)

    Instrumental ensemble to perform the orchestration for Musical Theatre productions. Advanced training and preparation through group rehearsals. May be repeated for credit.
  
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    MU 269 - Music Therapy (3)

    An introduction to the field of music therapy in both historical and theoretical context with practical application. This course will explore the definition of music therapy and the basic terminology, assessments, and interventions utilized in the field. 2015 CORE: Explorations of Nature, Transform.
  
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    MU 271 - Music Theory I (3)

    Correlation of written and keyboard harmony, sight singing, and ear training. A one credit hour lab component is required for Music majors and minors. The lab will be offered concurrently with the lecture course. Prerequisite: permission of instructor. Corequisite: MU 273 .
  
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    MU 272 - Music Theory II (3)

    Correlation of written and keyboard harmony, sight singing, and ear training. A one credit hour lab component is required for Music majors and minors. The lab will be offered concurrently with the lecture course. Prerequisite: MU 271 . Corequisite: MU 274 .
  
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    MU 273 - Music Theory I Lab (1)

    Laboratory requirement for music majors or minors. Corequisite: MU 271 .
  
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    MU 274 - Music Theory II Lab (1)

    Laboratory requirement for music majors or minors. Corequisite: MU 272 .
  
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    MU 283 - History of 20th-Century Music (3)

    Survey of the beginnings, history, and importance of 20th-century Western classical music and the influence of non-Western European music, with an overview of American styles and jazz.
  
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    MU 284 - Music History I (3)

    Survey of the great movements of Western classical music through study of significant forms, correlation of historical events with corresponding periods of music, and understanding musical style, with application towards performance. PRE-2015 CORE: Level II.
  
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    MU 291 - Diction (3)

    Study of the sounds and intonation of Italian, German, and French as pertinent to lyric diction. Use of the International Phonetic Alphabet in developing and reading phonetic transcriptions of song texts.
  
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    MU 311 - Applied Voice (1)

    Performance of songs and arias in English, Italian, German, and French. Emphasis on continuing development of vocal technique. Laboratory required for B.M. Voice Performance majors. Prerequisite: permission of Music Department Chair.
  
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    MU 312 - Applied Voice (1)

    Performance of songs and arias in English, Italian, German, and French. Emphasis on continuing development of vocal technique. Laboratory required for B.M. Voice Performance majors. Prerequisite: permission of Music Department Chair.
  
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    MU 313 - Applied Instrumental (1)

    Individual instruction and advanced training in woodwind, brass, percussion, or strings; repertoire and performance standards assigned according to individual student benchmarks. Prerequisite: permission of the Music Department Chairperson.
  
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    MU 314 - Applied Instrumental (1)

    Individual instruction and advanced training in woodwind, brass, percussion, or strings; repertoire and performance standards assigned according to individual student benchmarks. Prerequisite: permission of the Music Department Chairperson.
  
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    MU 315 - Applied Piano (1)

    Advanced technical studies; Bach, The Well-Tempered Clavier or equivalent from the Romantic school; concertos, Contemporary pieces, and sonatas. Prerequisite: permission of Music Department Chair.
  
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    MU 316 - Applied Piano (1)

    Advanced technical studies; Bach, The Well-Tempered Clavier or equivalent from the Romantic school; concertos, Contemporary pieces, and sonatas. Prerequisite: permission of Music Department Chair.
  
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    MU 357 - Orchestration (3)

    Study of orchestral instruments - winds, strings, brass, percussion - through practical experience in basic performance skills.
  
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    MU 373 - Music Theory III (3)

    Correlation of written and keyboard harmony, sight singing, and ear training. A one credit hour lab component is required for Music majors and minors. The lab will be offered concurrently with the lecture course. Prerequisite: MU 272 . Corequisite: MU 378 
  
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    MU 374 - Music Theory IV (3)

    Correlation of written and keyboard harmony, sight singing, and ear training. A one credit hour lab component is required for Music majors and minors. The lab will be offered concurrently with the lecture course. Prerequisite: MU 373 . Corequisite: MU 379 .
  
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    MU 375 - Counterpoint (3)

    Analysis and writing for two, three, and four voices in the style of 18th century counterpoint. Prerequisite: MU 272 .
  
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    MU 377 - Analytical Techniques (3)

    Study of structural materials used in composition, including melody, harmony, and form. Analysis of works from the 16th century through the contemporary period. Prerequisite: MU 272 .
  
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    MU 378 - Music Theory III Lab (1)

    Laboratory requirement for music majors or minors. Corequisite: MU 373 .
  
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    MU 379 - Music Theory IV Lab (1)

    Laboratory requirement for music majors or minors. Corequisite: MU 374 .
  
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    MU 380 - Special Topics (1-3)

    Selected topics to be determined by the department.
  
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    MU 384 - Music History II (3)

    Survey of the great movements in Western classical music through study of significant forms, correlation of historical events with corresponding periods of music, and understanding musical style, with application toward performance.
  
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    MU 395 - Fundamentals of Conducting (3)

    Fundamentals of conducting for voices and for instruments, with and without baton. Introduction of rehearsal procedures and techniques, with appropriate performance materials, style, and interpretation. May repeat once for credit.
  
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    MU 398 - Junior Recital (2-3)

    Public performance (30 minutes minimum) for the music major in the junior year and recommended for the music minor in the senior year. Prerequisite: departmental approval.
  
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    MU 411 - Applied Voice (1)

    Performance of songs and arias in English, Italian, German, and French. Emphasis on continuing development of vocal technique. May be repeated for credit. Laboratory required for B.M. Voice Performance majors. Prerequisite: permission of Music Department Chair.
  
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    MU 412 - Applied Voice (1)

    Performance of songs and arias in English, Italian, German, and French. Emphasis on continuing development of vocal technique. May be repeated for credit. Laboratory required for B.M. Voice Performance majors. Prerequisite: permission of Music Department Chair.
  
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    MU 413 - Applied Instrumental (1)

    Individual instruction and advanced training in woodwind, brass, percussion, or strings; repertoire and performance standards assigned according to individual student benchmarks. Prerequisite: permission of the Music Department Chairperson.
  
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    MU 414 - Applied Instrumental (1)

    Individual instruction and advanced training in woodwind, brass, percussion, or strings; repertoire and performance standards assigned according to individual student benchmarks. Prerequisite: permission of the Music Department Chairperson.
  
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    MU 415 - Applied Piano (1)

    Advanced technical studies; Bach, The Well-Tempered Clavier or equivalent from the Romantic school; concertos, Contemporary pieces, and sonatas. Prerequisite: permission of Music Department Chair.
  
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    MU 416 - Applied Piano (1)

    Advanced technical studies; Bach, The Well-Tempered Clavier or equivalent from the Romantic school; concertos, Contemporary pieces, and sonatas. Prerequisite: permission of Music Department Chair.
  
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    MU 457 - Piano Pedagogy (3)

    Principles and techniques for teaching piano; materials used in teaching and experience in practical teaching.
  
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    MU 459 - Piano Literature (3)

    Important works written for piano from the 18th Century to the present.
  
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    MU 477 - Voice Pedagogy (3)

    Principles and techniques for teaching singing, through readings, class discussion, and practical experience.
  
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    MU 479 - Voice Literature (3)

    Survey of song literature in English, Italian, German, and French, with emphasis on performance and stylistic characteristics.
  
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    MU 490 - Directed Studies (3)

    Under faculty supervision, an advanced study project will be pursued in the area of choice. Prerequisite: departmental approval.
  
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    MU 498 - Senior Recital (2-3)

    Public performance (45 minutes minimum) for the applied music major in the senior year. Meets the Capstone requirement in the major. Prerequisite: departmental approval.

Natural Science

  
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    NS 125 - Introductory Physical Science (4)

    This course includes an introduction to the fundamental concepts and key theories of physics, chemistry, astronomy, and earth science.  Topics include mechanics, energy, waves, elements and compounds, solar system, rocks and minerals, and plate tectonics.  Laboratory experience is integrated into the course. 2015 CORE: Explorations of Nature, Acquire.
  
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    NS 150 - Fossils of Kansas City (1)

    This course provides an introduction to common fossils of the Kansas City area south of the Missouri River. A field trip to collect fossils will be included, and the fossils will be identified by phylum or class. SP, odd years.
  
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    NS 180 - Special Topics in Natural Science (1-3)

    Presentation and discussion of topics in natural science. Topics could include history and nature of science and technology, space science, and astronomy. SP, intermittently.
  
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    NS 221 - Physical Geology (4)

    A non-mathematical introduction to the study of the earth. Topics include minerals and rocks; dynamic internal processes including volcanism, earthquakes, plate tectonics, and mountain building; and surficial processes including erosion by streams, glaciers, and wind. Laboratory instruction in identification and classification of common minerals and rocks; introduction to and interpretation of topographic and geologic maps. 3 hours lecture and 2 hours laboratory per week. PRE-2015 CORE: Level II. SP, intermittently.
  
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    NS 231 - Descriptive Meteorology (4)

    This course provides a basic understanding of the atmospheric environment at the introductory level. Scientific principles are applied to our understanding of the atmosphere and its processes. Topics for study include atmospheric composition, winds, clouds, moisture, weather systems, storms, weather prediction, and climate. The student receives an introduction to modern synoptic methods, including data collection, presentation, dissemination, interpretation, and application. Elementary forecasting techniques are discussed. The lab emphasizes the interpretation and use of real-time data, weather maps, charts, and graphics; radar and satellite images; and computer forecasting and guidance. Basic mathematical skills are required. 5 hours integrated lecture and laboratory per week. PRE-2015 CORE: Level II. SP or FA, intermittently.
  
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    NS 280 - Special Topics in Natural Science (1-3)

    Presentation and discussion of topics in natural science. Topics could include history and nature of science and technology, space science, and astronomy. SP, intermittently.
  
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    NS 380 - Special Topics in Natural Science (1-3)

    Presentation and discussion of topics in natural science. Topics could include history and nature of science and technology, space science, and astronomy. SP, intermittently.

Nursing

  
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    NU 111 - Nutrition (3)

    This course will address nutrients, their functions, and factors affecting their utilization, food sources, and dietary requirements. Nutrition recommendations in all phases of the life cycle and consumer/nutrition related topics will be addressed. This course is web-supported. 2015 CORE: Explorations of Nature, Acquire. FA, SP.
  
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    NU 305 - Healthcare Policy, U.S. & Global (3)

    This course provides an introduction to and discussion of contemporary issues regarding healthcare services in the U.S. compared to other developed countries. It examines and describes ethical, political, social, technological, economic, and cultural issues including various options or choices facing U.S. healthcare. This includes an examination of recent health reform legislation and the potential outcomes and consequences. RN to BSN students must have advisor approval.
  
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    NU 310 - Healthcare for the Elderly (3)

    This course is designed to examine the services, clients, and caregivers comprising the continuum of long-term care. It describes the evolution of the concept, its current organization, and the basic financing sources enabling its operation. An introductory course, it focuses on practical issues facing healthcare managers and also highlights the experience of informal caregivers who play an essential role in the continuum. Major regulatory bodies are identified as voluntary, federal, and state agencies that attempt to ensure quality of care. A personal touch on the subject is gained by students through caregiver/client interviews and site visits to continuum service centers. RN to BSN students must have advisor approval. Prerequisite: NU 305 /HC 305 .
  
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    NU 330 - Organization of Healthcare Services (3)

    This course will provide insightful examination into the complexities of both the organization and financing of healthcare through the context of systematic operations. It will also examine the effect, if any, political, social, technological, and economic issues have in the development and delivery of healthcare. RN to BSN students must have advisor approval. Prerequisite: NU 305 /HC 305 .
  
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    NU 340 - Legal Aspects of Healthcare (3)

    This course will focus on many of the key laws and the legal process that affect healthcare providers and organizations. The course will provide the students with a fundamental understanding of many of the significant laws, regulations, and policies to which healthcare entities are subjected, the purpose for their enactment, and the process for administering and enforcing these rules in the healthcare industry. RN to BSN students must have advisor approval.
  
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    NU 425 - Foundations of Health & Illness Concepts I (5)

    This nursing theory and laboratory course examines and applies foundational concepts related to health and function across the health/illness continuum. These concepts are fundamental to the role of the nurse. 4 credits theory; 1 credit laboratory. Prerequisite: Admission to the nursing major. FA.
  
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    NU 450 - Development of the Professional Nurse I (2)

    This nursing theory course examines concepts related to the profession of nursing as well as professional behaviors of the nursing student in a baccalaureate program. Prerequisite: Admission to the nursing major. FA.
  
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    NU 452 - Nursing Pharmacology (3)

    This nursing theory course emphasizes concepts related to the principles of pharmacology and the professional nurse’s role in pharmacotherapy. Prerequisite: Admission to the nursing major. FA.
  
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    NU 453 - Health Assessment (3)

    This nursing theory/laboratory course examines and applies concepts related to the professional nurse’s role in health assessment. 2 hours lecture, 1 hour lab. Prerequisite: Admission to the nursing major. FA.
  
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    NU 456 - Healthcare Informatics (2-3)

    This nursing theory course examines and applies concepts related to the professional nurse’s role in healthcare informatics. This web-enhanced course meets the computer proficiency requirement for nursing majors. Pre-licensure prerequisite: Admission to the nursing major. RN to BSN students must have advisor approval. FA.
  
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    NU 458 - Practicum 1 (4)

    This clinical nursing course is an application of patient care concepts that introduces students to nursing care of clients with less complex healthcare issues within a variety of settings. Prerequisites: NU 425 , NU 450 , NU 452 , NU 453 , NU 456 . CR/NC. SP.
  
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    NU 459 - Health & Illness Concepts II (3)

    This nursing theory course examines concepts related to nursing care of adult medical/surgical clients with less complex healthcare needs. Prerequisites: NU 425 , NU 450 , NU 452 , NU 453 , and NU 456  . SP.
 

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