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Undergraduate Degree Programs

Arts

For some courses, a more detailed description may be available, accessible by clicking on the course number. All course descriptions are updated periodically.

192 courses.

A ED 211 (GA)
Interpreting Art Experience: Social and Behavioral Perspectives (3) Examination of psychological, cultural, aesthetic, philosophical and educational perspectives on creation and response to art in children, adolescents and adults.
Effective: Summer 2002

A ED 225 (GA;US)
Diversity, Pedagogy, and Visual Culture (3) Issues of diversity in art, education, visual culture, and pedagogy.
Effective: Summer 2005

A&A 100 (GA;IL)
Introduction to International Arts (3) An interdisciplinary, multicultural introduction to the arts of the world.
Effective: Summer 2005

AF AM 126 (INART 126) (GA;US)
The Popular Arts in America: The History of Hip-Hop (3) An examination of the roots, development, and significance of hip-hop in our culture.
Effective: Summer 2014

AF AM 208 (THEA 208) (GA;US;IL)
Theatre Workshop in Diverse Cultures (3) A performance-oriented class which explores the historic and contemporary theatrical works of various culturally diverse peoples.
Effective: Spring 2013

AM ST 307 (ART H 307) (GA;US)
American Art (3) History of art in the English colonies and the United States from the seventeenth century to the present.
Effective: Spring 2008

AM ST 308 (ART H 308) (GA;US)
American Architecture (3) History of the architecture of the United States, as well as its Native American and colonial antecedents.
Effective: Summer 2013

ANTH 220 (GA;GH;IL)
Anthropology and Art/ifacts (3) This coure examines anthropological approaches to the study of art works, their production, and function in diverse human societies, both past and present.
Effective: Summer 2012

ARCH 100 (GA)
Architecture and Ideas (3) General introduction to world architecture, emphasizing the relationship between concepts, philosophies, values and ideologies in shaping the built environment.
Effective: Summer 2011

ARCH 210 (GA)
Introduction to Architecture and Planning Theories (3) The course introduces architectural and urban theory by presenting and exploring key concepts through major texts from the Western tradition.
Effective: Spring 2009

ARCH 211 (GA)
Contemporary Design and Planning Theories II (3) Continuation of ARCH 210, with an in-depth analysis and study of significant and current environmental constructs and issues.
Effective: Summer 1995
Prerequisite: ARCH 210

ARCH 316 (GA)
Analysis of Human Settlements: Cities (3) Analysis of the interrelated factors which determined and shaped the various types of early cities through the nineteenth century.
Effective: Summer 1989

ART 001 (GA)
Introduction to the Visual Arts (3) Introduction to the media, elements, function, making, and meaning of visual arts today and in diverse historical and cultural contexts.
Effective: Spring 2004

ART 002 (GA)
Interactive Learning and Web-Design (3) Introduce students to research on-line, preparing verbal, visual and other elements for presentation of outcomes and posting them to the Internet.
Effective: Fall 2001

ART 003 (GA)
Visual Images on the Web (3) Introduce students to using visual images for communication on the World Wide Web.
Effective: Fall 2001

ART 010 (GA)
Introduction to Visual Studies (3) Introduction to visual studies; pictorial space and the principles of visual organization.
Effective: Fall 2004

ART 017 (GA)
Introduction to Metal Arts (3) Introduction for non-art majors to fundamental jewelry making and small-scale metalsmithing processes including fabrication, surface treatment, and finishing of metalwork.
Effective: Spring 2004

ART 020 (GA)
Introduction to Drawing (3) Introductory experience in making of art through drawing media; designed for non-majors seeking general overview of studio practice.
Effective: Spring 2004

ART 030 (GA)
Introduction to Sculpture (3) Introduction to sculpture for non-art majors consisting of lectures/basic studio work coordinated to cover broad range of processes.
Effective: Fall 2004

ART 040 (GA)
Introduction to Printmaking (3) Instruction and practice in elementary printmaking and papermaking processes.
Effective: Fall 2004

ART 050 (GA)
Introduction to Painting (3) Introductory experience in making of art through painting media; designed for non-majors seeking a general overview of studio practice.
Effective: Fall 2004

ART 080 (GA)
Introduction to Ceramics (3) Introduction to the concepts and techniques fundamental to the making of pottery and ceramic sculpture.
Effective: Spring 2004

ART 100 (GA)
Concepts and Creation in the Visual Arts (3) A study of the personal and cultural foundations of artistic creation and practice of creative production in the art studio.
Effective: Spring 2004

ART 101 (GA)
Introduction to Web Design (3) A beginning level course in Web Design, with emphasis on designing with standards to assure accessibility and effective communication.
Effective: Spring 2008

ART 102 (GA)
Beginning Computer Aided Design for Artists (3) ART 102 explores the computer as artistic media. Student creations are realized through 3D printing, vinyl cutting, and laser engraving.
Effective: Summer 2014

ART 165 (GA)
Artistic Concepts of Space (3) A studio course that utilizes lecture and varied media experiences to investigate space as artistic expression.
Effective: Fall 2012

ART 166 (GA)
Artistic Concepts of Form (3) A studio course that utilizes lecture and varied media experiences to investigate form in artistic expression.
Effective: Fall 2012

ART 168 (GA)
The Digital Medium (3) A studio course where the computer is introduced as an artistic media.
Effective: Fall 2012

ART H 001S (GA)
First-Year Seminar (3) An introduction to the field of art history, through an examination of a selected issue in a seminar setting.
Effective: Fall 2000

ART H 100 (GA;IL)
Introduction to Art (3) An approach to the understanding of art through a critical analysis of selected works of architecture, painting, and sculpture. Students who have passed ART H 110 may not schedule this course.
Effective: Spring 2006

ART H 111 (GA;IL)
Ancient to Medieval Art (3) Survey of Ancient Egyptian, Greek, Roman, Byzantine, Early Medieval, Romanesque, and Gothic art, with an emphasis on sculpture and painting.
Effective: Spring 2006

ART H 111U (GA;IL)
Ancient to Medieval Art (3) Survey of Ancient Egyptian, Greek, Roman, Byzantine, Early Medieval, Romanesque, and Gothic art, with an emphasis on sculpture and painting.
Effective: Spring 2015 Ending: Spring 2015Future: Spring 2015

ART H 112 (GA;IL)
Renaissance to Modern Art (3) Survey of Renaissance, Baroque, Rococo, Romantic, Modern, and Contemporary art, with an emphasis on painting, sculpture, and graphic arts.
Effective: Spring 2006

ART H 112U (GA;IL)
Renaissance to Modern Art (3) Survey of Renaissance, Baroque, Rococo, Romantic, Modern, and Contemporary art, with an emphasis on painting, sculpture, and graphic arts.
Effective: Fall 2014 Ending: Fall 2014

ART H 112U (GA;IL)
Renaissance to Modern Art (3) Survey of Renaissance, Baroque, Rococo, Romantic, Modern, and Contemporary art, with an emphasis on painting, sculpture, and graphic arts.
Effective: Spring 2015 Ending: Spring 2015Future: Spring 2015

ART H 120 (GA;IL)
Asian Art and Architecture (3) A selective overview of the art and architecture of India, Southeast Asia, China, Korea, and Japan.
Effective: Summer 2005

ART H 130 (GA;US;IL)
Art of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas (3) A selective overview of the indigenous art of Africa, Oceania and the Americas.
Effective: Spring 2013

ART H 140 (GA;IL)
Introduction to Pre-Columbian Art and Architecture (3) This course examines the artistic and architectural production of Pre-Columbian Mesoamerica and the Andes.
Effective: Summer 2011

ART H 201 (GA;IL)
Ancient to Medieval Architecture (3) A survey of Prehistoric, Ancient Near Eastern Egyptian, Greek, Roman, Early Christian, Byzantine, Early Medieval, Romanesque, and Gothic architecture.
Effective: Spring 2006

ART H 202 (GA;US;IL)
Renaissance to Modern Architecture (3) A survey of Renaissance, Baroque, Rococo, Romantic, Victorian, Modern, Post-Modern, and Contemporary architecture in Europe and America.
Effective: Spring 2006

ART H 225 (ENGL 225, WMNST 225) (GA;GH)
Sexuality and Modern Visual Culture (3) An examination of the visual expression of gender and sexual identities in English-speaking cultures since the late nineteenth century.
Effective: Summer 2009

ART H 225H (GA;GH)
Sexuality and Modern Visual Culture (3) An examination of the visual expression of gender and sexual identities in English-speaking cultures since the late nineteenth century.
Effective: Fall 2014 Ending: Fall 2014

ART H 226 (GA)
The Comic Book: A History of Sequential Art (3) An overview and examination of the history of sequential art with a focus on comic books and graphic novels.
Effective: Summer 2012

ART H 301 (GA;IL)
Egyptian and Mesopotamian Art (3) Art of the Ancient Near East, including Egypt, Mesopotamia, and neighboring civilizations.
Effective: Spring 2006

ART H 302 (GA;IL)
Art of the Early Middle Ages (3) A survey of the art of Western Europe from the Early Christian era through the Ottonian Empire, c.300-1050 A.D.
Effective: Spring 2006

ART H 303 (GA;IL)
Italian Renaissance Art (3) The major arts in Italy from the thirteenth century A.D. through the Renaissance; emphasis on sculpture and painting.
Effective: Spring 2006

ART H 304 (GA;IL)
Italian, Spanish, and Spanish Colonial Baroque Art and Architecture (3) A survey of painting, sculpture, and architecture in Italy, Spain, and the Spanish Americas from 1600-1750.
Effective: Fall 2010

ART H 305 (GA;IL)
Romanticism and Revolution (3) A survey of painting and sculpture in Europe 1780-1860, from the origins of Neoclassicism through Romanticism and Realism.
Effective: Fall 2012

ART H 307 (AM ST 307) (GA;US)
American Art (3) History of art in the English colonies and the United States from the seventeenth century to the present.
Effective: Spring 2008

ART H 308 (AM ST 308) (GA;US)
American Architecture (3) History of the architecture of the United States, as well as its Native American and colonial antecedents.
Effective: Summer 2013

ART H 311 (GA;IL)
Greek and Roman Art (3) Greek and Roman art, with emphasis on painting and sculpture.
Effective: Spring 2006

ART H 312 (GA;IL)
Romanesque and Gothic Art (3) Survey of the architecture, sculpture, and painting of the Christian church in western Europe from 1000 to 1500.
Effective: Spring 2006

ART H 313 (GA;IL)
Northern Renaissance Art (3) Art in northern Europe in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, emphasizing painters such as Van Eyck, Durer, and Bruegel.
Effective: Spring 2006

ART H 314 (GA;IL)
Art in the Age of Rembrandt (3) Dutch and Flemish painting in the seventeenth century.
Effective: Spring 2006

ART H 315 (ASIA 315) (GA;IL)
Architecture and Art of South and Southeast Asia (3) Survey of the architecture/art of South/Southeast Asia (emphasis on India) from the Bronze Age to a globalizing present.
Effective: Summer 2010

ART H 320 (GA;IL)
Chinese Art (3) A general survey of the great periods of Chinese art from the Shang dynasty until the modern period.
Effective: Summer 2005

ART H 325 (GA;IL)
Impressionism to Surrealism (3) A survey of European painting and sculpture from ca. 1850 to ca. 1940.
Effective: Spring 2006

ART H 326 (GA;US;IL)
Art Since 1940 (3) An international survey of painting, sculpture, photography and other media since 1940.
Effective: Summer 2012

ART H 330 (GA;IL)
Islamic Architecture and Art (3) Survey of the art and architecture of Islamic lands from the late seventh century until the eighteenth century.
Effective: Summer 2005

ART H 335 (AFR 335) (GA;IL)
African Art (3) Introduction to the visual arts of Africa, including contemporary African art and the influence of African art outside Africa.
Effective: Fall 2013

ASIA 315 (ART H 315) (GA;IL)
Architecture and Art of South and Southeast Asia (3) Survey of the architecture/art of South/Southeast Asia (emphasis on India) from the Bronze Age to a globalizing present.
Effective: Summer 2010

BRASS 100J (GA)
Trumpet: Secondary (1 per semester, maximum of 8) Individual instruction in trumpet one-half hour per week.
Effective: Fall 2004
Prerequisite: permission of instructor

BRASS 101J (GA)
French Horn: Secondary (1 per semester, maximum of 8) Individual instruction in French horn one-half hour per week. For students who qualify.
Effective: Fall 2004
Prerequisite: permission of instructor

BRASS 102J (GA)
Trombone: Secondary (1 per semester, maximum of 8) Individual instruction in trombone one-half hour per week.
Effective: Fall 2004
Prerequisite: permission of instructor

BRASS 103J (GA)
Euphonium: Secondary (1 per semester, maximum of 8) Individual instruction in euphonium/baritone one-half hour per week.
Effective: Fall 2004
Prerequisite: permission of instructor

BRASS 104J (GA)
Tuba: Secondary (1 per semester, maximum of 8) Individual instruction in tuba one-half hour per week.
Effective: Fall 2004
Prerequisite: permission of instructor

BRASS 110J (GA)
Trumpet: Secondary (2 per semester, maximum of 16) Individual instruction in trumpet one hour per week.
Effective: Fall 2004
Prerequisite: permission of instructor

BRASS 111J (GA)
French Horn: Secondary (2 per semester, maximum of 16) Individual instruction in French horn one hour per week. For students who qualify.
Effective: Fall 2004
Prerequisite: permission of instructor

BRASS 112J (GA)
Trombone: Secondary (2 per semester, maximum of 16) Individual instruction in trombone one hour per week.
Effective: Fall 2004
Prerequisite: permission of instructor

BRASS 113J (GA)
Euphonium: Secondary (2 per semester, maximum of 16) Individual instruction in euphonium/baritone one hour per week.
Effective: Fall 2004
Prerequisite: permission of instructor

BRASS 114J (GA)
Tuba: Secondary (2 per semester, maximum of 16) Individual instruction in tuba one hour per week.
Effective: Fall 2004
Prerequisite: permission of instructor

COMM 150 (GA)
The Art of the Cinema (3) The development of cinema to its present state; principles of evaluation and appreciation; examples from the past and present.
Effective: Spring 2007

COMM 150H (GA)
The Art of the Cinema (3) The development of cinema to its present state; principles of evaluation and appreciation; examples from the past and present.
Effective: Spring 2007

COMM 150S (GA)
The Art of the Cinema (3) The development of cinema to its present state; principles of evaluation and appreciation; examples from the past and present.
Effective: Fall 2005

COMM 250 (GA)
Film History and Theory (3) Exploration of film theory and criticism in the context of aesthetic, technological, and economic evolution of film history.
Effective: Spring 2004
Prerequisite: COMM 150

COMM 250H (GA)
Film History and Theory (3) Exploration of film theory and criticism in the context of aesthetic, technological, and economic evolution of film history.
Effective: Spring 2015 Ending: Spring 2015Future: Spring 2015
Prerequisite: COMM 150

DANCE 100 (GA;US;IL)
Dance Appreciation (3) Explore dance as a vital, communicative and performing art, reflecting social values and cultural beliefs.
Effective: Fall 2007

DANCE 230 (GA)
Ballet (1.5 per semester/maximum of 6) An exploration of Ballet technique.
Effective: Summer 2012

DANCE 240 (GA)
Jazz Dance (1.5 per semester/maximum of 6) An exploration of jazz dance technique throughout history.
Effective: Summer 2012

DANCE 250 (GA)
Tap Dance (1.5 per semester/maximum of 6) An exploration of tap dance technique throughout history.
Effective: Summer 2012

DANCE 261 (GA)
Beginning Modern Dance I (1.5 per semester/maximum of 6) Introduction to modern dance as an art form; development of dance technique and composition; teaching methods for improvisational skills.
Effective: Spring 2013

DANCE 361 (GA)
Intermediate Modern Dance I (1.5 per semester/maximum of 6) Development of techniques and principles of modern dance on the intermediate level.
Effective: Spring 2013
Prerequisite: DANCE 262

DANCE 362 (GA)
Intermediate Modern Dance II (1.5 per semester/maximum of 6) A continuation of Modern Dance I to augment technical proficiency.
Effective: Spring 2013
Prerequisite: DANCE 361

ENGL 050 (GA)
Introduction to Creative Writing (3) Practice and criticism in the reading, analysis and composition of fiction, nonfiction and poetry writing.
Effective: Spring 2001

ENGL 050H (GA)
Introduction to Creative Writing (3) Practice and criticism in the reading, analysis and composition of fiction, nonfiction and poetry writing.
Effective: Summer 2012

ENGL 225 (ART H 225, WMNST 225) (GA;GH)
Sexuality and Modern Visual Culture (3) An examination of the visual expression of gender and sexual identities in English-speaking cultures since the late nineteenth century.
Effective: Summer 2009

GAME 220 (GA)
Introduction to Game Design (3) Design of games as aesthetic objects and cultural artifacts that people find meaningful and entertaining.
Effective: Spring 2014

GD 100 (GA)
Introduction to Graphic Design (3) A beginning level graphic design course. Instruction touches on the practice, theories, history and processes of the graphic design industry.
Effective: Spring 2006

INART 001 (GA)
The Arts (3) Develop critical perception, knowledge, and judgments through an examination of the basic concepts common among the arts.
Effective: Spring 2006

INART 003 (GA)
Reception of the Arts (3) This course considers how art uses time, space, and causality to define culture and the human condition.
Effective: Spring 2004

INART 005 (GA)
Performing Arts (3) Introduction to music, dance, and theatre. Orientation to the aesthetics, theory, and practice of professional performance.
Effective: Summer 2012

INART 010 (GA)
The Popular Arts in America: Mass Media Arts (3) An introduction to the arts of the mass media with emphasis on how film, radio, television, and the print media influence and reflect society.
Effective: Summer 2012

INART 015 (GA)
The Popular Arts in America: Performing Arts (3) The development of the performing arts of American popular culture; emphasis on popular music, dance, theatre, and variety arts.
Effective: Spring 2004

INART 055 (GA)
History of Electroacoustic Music (3) A history of electroacoustic music as a consequence of developments in culture and technology from 1880 to present.
Effective: Summer 2012

INART 062 (GA;US;IL)
West African and African American Arts: from the 1960s to the present (3) An introduction to West African and African American Arts from the 1960s to the present.
Effective: Summer 2014

INART 062U (GA;US;IL)
West African and African American Arts: from the 1960s to the present (3) An introduction to West African and African American Arts from the 1960s to the present.
Effective: Fall 2014 Ending: Fall 2014

INART 100 (GA)
Seminar in Integrative Arts (3) A study of various arts with emphasis on comparison, contrast, and other aspects of interrelation. Topics will change each semester.
Effective: Spring 2004

INART 100H (GA)
Seminar in Integrative Arts (3) A study of various arts with emphasis on comparison, contrast, and other aspects of interrelation. Topics will change each semester.
Effective: Spring 2015 Ending: Spring 2015Future: Spring 2015

INART 100W (GA)
Seminar in Integrative Arts (3) A study of various arts with emphasis on comparison, contrast, and other aspects of interrelation. Topics will change each semester.
Effective: Summer 2012

INART 110 (GA)
The Dramatic Arts in the Mass Media (3) The place of television-radio-film drama in our culture; relationship with other art forms; standards of evaluation.
Effective: Summer 2012

INART 115 (GA;US)
The Popular Arts in America: Popular Music (3) An examination of the roots, development, and significance of popular music in our culture.
Effective: Summer 2013

INART 116 (GA;US)
The Popular Arts in America: The History of Rock and Roll-The 1950s (3) This course examines the roots, development, and significance of rock and roll music in its first decade.
Effective: Summer 2012

INART 125 (GA;US;IL)
The Popular Arts in America: The History of Rock and Roll - Punk Rock (3) An examination of the roots, development, and significance of punk rock in our culture.
Effective: Summer 2012

INART 126 (AF AM 126) (GA;US)
The Popular Arts in America: The History of Rock and Roll - Hip-Hop (3) An examination of the roots, development, and significance of hip-hop in our culture.
Effective: Spring 2014

INART 200 (GA)
The Popular Arts in America: Elvis Presley - The King of Rock and Roll (3) The significance and influence of Elvis Presley as an artist and cultural force focusing on his recordings and major performances.
Effective: Summer 2013

INART 205 (GA)
Introducing the Beatles (3) The influence and achievement of the Beatles as artists focusing on their recordings and films as sociocultural artifacts.
Effective: Summer 2008

INART 210 (GA)
Integrative Approaches to Computer-Aided Music Composition (3) Interdisciplinary introduction to music composition using software to assist with notation; historical perspectives drawn from art, dance, theater, and literature.
Effective: Fall 2004
Prerequisite: MUSIC 008 or instructor permission

INART 215 (GA)
The Craft of Singing (3) Vocal and breathing anatomy and technique, vocal health and classifications, posture, and beginning acting/movement techniques for singers.
Effective: Summer 2014
Prerequisite: MUSIC 052 MUSIC 104 VOICE 110J or THEA 112

INART 220 (GA;US)
Stand-Up Comedy: A Cultural History (3) An American cultural history from mid-19th through mid-20th Century as seen through the prism of stand-up comedy.
Effective: Summer 2013
Prerequisite: sophomore standing

INART 236 (GA)
Integrating Music and Animation with Technology (3) An introduction to the theory, design and creation of musical animations. For general students.
Effective: Summer 2011

INART 258A (GA)
Fundamentals of Digital Audio (3) A thorough introduction to digital music production technologies, covering fundamentals of how digital musical information is stored, processed and transmitted.
Effective: Spring 2012
Prerequisite: MUSIC 008 or concurrent enrollment in either MUSIC 131 or MUSIC 132

INART 258B (GA)
Fundamentals of Digital Audio (1) A general overview of music technologies current to music educators and performers.
Effective: Spring 2012

IST 130 (GA)
Emerging Technologies in Popular Culture (3) A survey course that explores emerging technologies used to produce and consume popular cultural artifacts.
Effective: Summer 2009

IST 130H (GA)
Emerging Technologies in Popular Culture (3) A survey course that explores emerging technologies used to produce and consume popular cultural artifacts.
Effective: Spring 2015 Ending: Spring 2015Future: Spring 2015

KEYBD 100J (GA)
Piano: Secondary (1 per semester, maximum of 8) Individual instruction in piano one-half hour per week.
Effective: Fall 2004
Prerequisite: permission of instructor

KEYBD 101J (GA)
Organ: Secondary (1 per semester, maximum of 8) Individual instruction in pipe organ one-half hour per week.
Effective: Fall 2004
Prerequisite: permission of instructor

KEYBD 110J (GA)
Piano: Secondary (2 per semester, maximum of 16) Individual instruction in piano one hour per week.
Effective: Fall 2004
Prerequisite: permission of instructor

KEYBD 111J (GA)
Organ: Secondary (2 per semester, maximum of 16) Individual instruction in pipe organ one hour per week.
Effective: Fall 2004
Prerequisite: permission of instructor

LARCH 060 (GA;US;IL)
History of Design on the Land (3) A survey of the historical development of outdoor space in relationship to allied arts from early beginnings to this century.   Students may take only one course for General Education credit from LARCH 003 GA or 060 GA.
Effective: Fall 2010

LARCH 065 (GA;US;IL)
Built Environment and Culture (3) Investigates the relationship between socio-cultural practices and the development and organization of contemporary built environments.
Effective: Summer 2005

MUSIC 004 (GA)
Film Music (3) An introductory examination of music's role in Hollywood narrative film from the classic era (1930s and 1940s) to the present.
Effective: Summer 2009

MUSIC 005 (GA)
An Introduction to Western Music (3) A general survey of art music in western society, highlighting important composers and stylistic developments.
Effective: Spring 2004

MUSIC 005S (GA)
An Introduction to Western Music (3) A general survey of art music in western society, highlighting important composers and stylistic developments.
Effective: Summer 2006

MUSIC 007 (GA;US)
Evolution of Jazz (3) Study of the origins and development of jazz as an art form.
Effective: Summer 2005

MUSIC 008 (GA)
Rudiments of Music (3) Introduction to the elements of music: notation, scales, meter, rhythm, intervals; basic chord structure.
Effective: Fall 2004

MUSIC 009 (GA;IL)
Introduction to World Musics (3) An overview of the music of India, China, Japan, Indonesia, Africa, and the Middle East.
Effective: Summer 2005

MUSIC 011 (GA)
Under the Hood: How Classical Music Works (3) An introductory examination of classical music, drawing together aspects of theory and repertoire to understand how the music works.
Effective: Summer 2013

MUSIC 050 (GA)
Beginning Piano: Non-Music Major (1) Introduction to the keyboard, notation, chord progressions, transposition, improvisation, and simple accompanying techniques for the non-music major. An additional fee is required for this course.
Effective: Fall 2004

MUSIC 051 (GA)
Intermediate Class Piano: Non-Music Major (1) Instruction in harmonizing melodies, accompanying techniques, improvisation, and repertoire.
Effective: Fall 2004
Prerequisite: MUSIC 050 or placement audition

MUSIC 052 (GA)
Voice CLass: Non-Music Major (1) Group study emphasizing development of rudimentary skills and their recreational use in a range of popular and art music.
Effective: Fall 2004

MUSIC 053 (GA)
Class Voice Practicum (1) Voice study in group and individual formats, supervised by in-class lessons and discussions, enhanced by additional individual instruction with pedagogy students.
Effective: Fall 2004
Prerequisite: audition

MUSIC 054 (GA)
Beginning Class Guitar: Non-Music Major (1) Class instruction in guitar for non-music majors.
Effective: Fall 2004

MUSIC 077 (GA)
Philharmonic Orchestra (1 per semester/maximum of 8) Orchestra rehearsal and performance.
Effective: Fall 2004
Prerequisite: audition

MUSIC 078 (GA)
Symphonic Wind Ensemble (1 per semester/maximum of 8) Rehearsal and performance of wind repertoire and concert band literature.
Effective: Fall 2004
Prerequisite: audition

MUSIC 080 (GA)
Symphonic Band (1 per semester/maximum of 8) Rehearsal and performance of symphonic band literature. A select group using standard instrumentation.
Effective: Fall 2004
Prerequisite: audition

MUSIC 081 (GA)
Marching Blue Band (1 per semester/maximum of 4) Rehearsal and performance of appropriate music and maneuvers for football games and related events.
Effective: Fall 2004
Prerequisite: audition

MUSIC 082 (GA)
Concert Band (1 per semester/maximum of 8) Rehearsal and performance of concert band literature.
Effective: Fall 2004
Prerequisite: audition

MUSIC 083 (GA)
Campus Band (1 per semester/maximum of 8) Rehearsal and performance of concert band literature.
Effective: Spring 2002
Prerequisite: audition

MUSIC 084 (GA)
Jazz Ensemble (1 per semester/maximum of 8) Survey and performance of historic and contemporary big band styles.
Effective: Fall 2004
Prerequisite: audition

MUSIC 086 (GA)
Percussion Ensemble (1 per semester/maximum of 8) Study and performance of percussion chamber music in various instrumental combinations, focusing on the classical and contemporary repertoire.
Effective: Spring 2004
Prerequisite: audition

MUSIC 088 (GA)
Campus Choir (1 per semester/maximum of 8) Building skills needed for successful choral singing including vocal production, sight singing, ear training, and music fundamentals.
Effective: Fall 2001

MUSIC 089 (GA)
University Choir (1 per semester/maximum of 8) Rehearsal and performance of choral repertoire appropriate to mixed-voice ensemble of 100-150 voices.
Effective: Spring 2004
Prerequisite: audition

MUSIC 090 (GA)
Glee Club (1 per semester/maximum of 8) Rehearsal and performance of music composed for male voices from the sixteenth to the twentieth centuries, including sacred and secular compositions.
Effective: Spring 2004
Prerequisite: audition

MUSIC 091 (GA)
Oriana Singers (1 per semester/maximum of 8) Rehearsal and performance of choral repertoire for treble voices from the sixteenth to twentieth centuries, including sacred and secular compositions.
Effective: Spring 2004
Prerequisite: audition

MUSIC 092 (GA)
Chamber Music for Voices (1 per semester/maximum of 8) Select groups of singers performing choral chamber music.
Effective: Spring 2004
Prerequisite: audition

MUSIC 093 (GA;US;IL)
Essence of Joy (1 per semester, maximum of 8) Rehearsal and performance of choral repertoire from the African/American tradition.
Effective: Spring 2006
Prerequisite: audition

MUSIC 094 (GA)
Women's Chorale (1 per semester, maximum of 8) Rehearsal and performance of treble choral literature.
Effective: Spring 2004
Prerequisite: audition

MUSIC 100 (GA)
Campus Orchestra (1 per semester/maximum of 10) Rehearsal and performance orchestral literature.
Effective: Fall 2012
Prerequisite: audition

MUSIC 103 (GA)
Concert Choir (1 per semester/maximum of 8) Rehearsal and performance of choral repertoire appropriate to mixed-voice ensemble of approximately sixty voices.
Effective: Spring 2004
Prerequisite: audition

MUSIC 104 (GA)
Chamber Singers (1 per semester/maximum of 8) Rehearsal and performance of choral repertoire appropriate to mixed-voice ensemble of approximately twenty-four voices.
Effective: Spring 2004
Prerequisite: audition

MUSIC 106 (GA)
Early Music Ensemble (1 per semester/maximum of 8) Ensemble for the performance and study of Baroque or early music on instruments of the era.
Effective: Spring 2004
Prerequisite: audition

MUSIC 109 (GA)
The Music of the Beatles (3) This course will consider the music of the Beatles by examining how John Lennon, Paul McCartney, and George Harrison developed as songwriters.
Effective: Spring 2013

MUSIC 190 (GA)
Chamber Music for Strings (1 per semester/maximum of 8) Preparation for performance of advanced chamber music literature involving primarily string instruments--string quartets, piano trios, clarinet quintets.
Effective: Spring 2004
Prerequisite: permission of instructor

MUSIC 191 (GA)
Chamber Music for Woodwinds (1 per semester/maximum of 8) Preparation for performance of advanced chamber music literature involving primarily woodwind instruments--woodwind quintets and quartets.
Effective: Spring 2004
Prerequisite: permission of instructor

MUSIC 192 (GA)
Chamber Music for Brass (1 per semester/maximum of 8) Preparation for performance of advanced chamber music literature involving primarily brass instruments--brass quartets and quintets.
Effective: Spring 2004
Prerequisite: permission of instructor

MUSIC 261 (GA;IL)
Survey of Music History I (3) A survey of music history to 1750, with readings, listening, and lecture.
Effective: Spring 2012
Prerequisite: MUSIC 131 MUSIC 162

MUSIC 262 (GA;IL)
Survey of Music History II (3) A survey of music history from 1750 to the present, with readings, listening, and lecture.
Effective: Spring 2012
Prerequisite: MUSIC 132 MUSIC 162

PERCN 100J (GA)
Percussion: Secondary (1 per semester, maximum of 8) Individual instruction in percussion one-half hour per week. For both music and non-music majors.
Effective: Spring 2004
Prerequisite: permission of instructor

PERCN 110J (GA)
Percussion: Secondary (2 per semester, maximum of 16) Individual instruction in percussion one hour per week. For both music and non-music majors.
Effective: Spring 2004
Prerequisite: permission of instructor

PHOTO 100 (GA)
Introduction to Photography (3) An introduction to the aesthetics, history, and science of photography including practical and critical approaches to the art of photography.
Effective: Spring 2006

STRNG 100J (GA)
Violin: Secondary (1 per semester, maximum of 8) Individual instruction in violin one-half hour per week.
Effective: Spring 2004
Prerequisite: permission of instructor

STRNG 101J (GA)
Viola: Secondary (1 per semester, maximum of 8) Individual instruction in viola one-half hour per week.
Effective: Spring 2004
Prerequisite: permission of instructor

STRNG 102J (GA)
Violoncello: Secondary (1 per semester, maximum of 8) Individual instruction in violoncello one-half hour per week.
Effective: Spring 2004
Prerequisite: permission of instructor

STRNG 103J (GA)
Double Bass: Secondary (1 per semester, maximum of 8) Individual instruction in double bass one-half hour per week.
Effective: Spring 2004
Prerequisite: permission of instructor

STRNG 110J (GA)
Violin: Secondary (2 per semester, maximum of 16) Individual instruction in violin one hour per week.
Effective: Spring 2004
Prerequisite: permission of instructor

STRNG 111J (GA)
Viola: Secondary (2 per semester, maximum of 16) Individual instruction in viola one hour per week.
Effective: Spring 2004
Prerequisite: permission of instructor

STRNG 112J (GA)
Violoncello: Secondary (2 per semester, maximum of 16) Individual instruction in violoncello one hour per week.
Effective: Spring 2004
Prerequisite: permission of instructor

STRNG 113J (GA)
Double Bass: Secondary (2 per semester, maximum of 16) Individual instruction in double bass one hour per week.
Effective: Spring 2004
Prerequisite: permission of instructor

THEA 080 (GA)
Pit Orchestra (1-3 per semester/maximum of 3) Rehearsal and performance of contemporary and historical musical theatre styles, including operetta and light opera.
Effective: Summer 2008
Prerequisite: audition

THEA 100 (GA;US;IL)
The Art of the Theatre (3) An experiential survey of all aspects of the living theatre, as presented by a resident company of theatre artists.
Effective: Spring 2006

THEA 102 (GA)
Fundamentals of Acting (3) Introduction to the art and craft of acting for non-theatre majors.
Effective: Fall 2003

THEA 105 (GA)
Introduction to Theatre (3) An introduction and overview of the history, craft, and art of the theatre to foster an informed appreciation of theatrical events. This course is an alternate to THEA 100.
Effective: Spring 2003

THEA 107 (GA)
Introduction to Dramatic Structure (3) An introduction to structural analysis in dramatic literature.
Effective: Summer 2011

THEA 112 (GA)
Introduction to Musical Theatre (3) A survey of music theatre as an art form.
Effective: Spring 2012

THEA 189 (GA)
Theatre Production Practicum (1 per semester/maximum of 6)* Supervised experience in theatre by crew participation in University theatre productions. For non-theatre students only.
Effective: Spring 2004

THEA 207 (GA;US)
Gender and Theatre (3) A study of theatre and drama literature as formed by issues of gender, race, and ethnic background.
Effective: Summer 2005

THEA 208 (AF AM 208) (GA;US;IL)
Workshop: Theatre in Diverse Cultures (3) A performance-oriented class which explores the historic and contemporary theatrical works of various culturally diverse peoples.
Effective: Spring 2013

THEA 208S (GA;US;IL)
Workshop: Theatre in Diverse Cultures (3) A performance-oriented class, which explores the historic and contemporary theatrical works of various culturally diverse peoples.
Effective: Summer 2005

THEA 282 (GA)
Production Practicum (3--may repeat once for a total of 6) Introduction to all aspects of theatre production--analysis, design, construction, production, performance--for non-theatre majors.
Effective: Spring 2000

VOICE 100J (GA)
Voice: Secondary (1 per semester, maximum of 8) Individual instruction in voice one-half hour per week.
Effective: Spring 2004
Prerequisite: permission of instructor

VOICE 110J (GA)
Voice: Secondary (2 per semester, maximum of 16) Individual instruction in voice one hour per week.
Effective: Spring 2004
Prerequisite: permission of instructor

WMNST 225 (ENGL 225, ART H 225) (GA;GH)
Sexuality and Modern Visual Culture (3) An examination of the visual expression of gender and sexual identities in English-speaking cultures since the late nineteenth century.
Effective: Summer 2009

WWNDS 100J (GA)
Flute: Secondary (1 per semester, maximum of 8) Individual instruction in flute one-half hour per week. For both music and non-music majors.
Effective: Spring 2004
Prerequisite: permission of instructor

WWNDS 101J (GA)
Oboe: Secondary (1 per semester, maximum of 8) Individual instruction in oboe one-half hour per week. For both music and non-music students.
Effective: Spring 2004
Prerequisite: permission of instructor

WWNDS 102J (GA)
Clarinet: Secondary (1 per semester, maximum of 8) Individual instruction in clarinet one-half hour per week. For both music and non-music students.
Effective: Spring 2004
Prerequisite: permission of instructor

WWNDS 103J (GA)
Bassoon: Secondary (1 per semester, maximum of 8) Individual instruction in bassoon one-half hour per week. For both music and non-music majors.
Effective: Spring 2004
Prerequisite: permission of instructor

WWNDS 104J (GA)
Saxophone: Secondary (1 per semester, maximum of 8) Individual instruction in saxophone one-half hour per week. For both music and non-music majors.
Effective: Spring 2004
Prerequisite: permission of instructor

WWNDS 110J (GA)
Flute: Secondary (2 per semester, maximum of 16) Individual instruction in flute one hour per week. For both music and non-music majors.
Effective: Spring 2004
Prerequisite: permission of instructor

WWNDS 111J (GA)
Oboe: Secondary (2 per semester, maximum of 16) Individual instruction in oboe one hour per week. For both music and non-music students.
Effective: Spring 2004
Prerequisite: permission of instructor

WWNDS 112J (GA)
Clarinet: Secondary (2 per semester, maximum of 16) Individual instruction in clarinet one hour per week. For both music and non-music students.
Effective: Spring 2004
Prerequisite: permission of instructor

WWNDS 113J (GA)
Bassoon: Secondary (2 per semester, maximum of 16) Individual instruction in bassoon one hour per week. For both music and non-music majors.
Effective: Spring 2004
Prerequisite: permission of instructor

WWNDS 114J (GA)
Saxophone: Secondary (2 per semester, maximum of 16) Individual instruction in saxophone one hour per week. For both music and non-music majors.
Effective: Spring 2004
Prerequisite: permission of instructor