Sep 26, 2020  
2019-2020 Catalog 
    
2019-2020 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

Mathematics

  
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    MTH 102 - Business Mathematics

    Hours: 3
    A course in business and financial applications of mathematics such as discounts, markups, interest, installment buying and credit cards, payroll, depreciation, taxes, etc. Intended for students in several AAS degree programs.

    Prerequisite: Minimum grade of “C” in MTH 070  or appropriate math placement score to enter MTH 080 .
  
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    MTH 104 - Concepts in Mathematics for Business

    Hours: 4
    Concepts in Mathematics for Business is designed for students in certain AAS disciplines. Students will gain a background in geometry, analysis, and reasoning. Topics to be covered include introductions to statistics, geometry, functions, unit analysis, consumer mathematics, and reasoning mathematically.  Application based problems and learning will be infused throughout the course.

    Prerequisite: MTH 070 , minimum grade C or appropriate math placement score
  
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    MTH 108 - Applied Algebra & Trigonometry

    Hours: 3
    Applied algebra and trigonometry is a study of applied topics in algebra such as equations: linear and quadratic, graphs and equation solving combined with a study of topics in geometry and trigonometry such as angles, triangles, and vectors.

    Prerequisite: Minimum grade or “C” in  MTH 080  or  MTH 094  or appropriate math placement score to enter MTH 110 .
  
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    MTH 110 - Intermediate Algebra

    Hours: 3
    Intermediate Algebra is the second course in a two-course sequence designed to prepare students for additional coursework in mathematics. Topics covered include: polynomial operations, factoring (including sum and difference of cubes and solving quadratics using factoring), rational expressions and equations, and radical expressions. When successfully completed (grade C or better), the course satisfies the college’s prerequisite for College Mathematics and/or College Algebra or any other college level mathematics course at a similar level.

    Prerequisite: Minimum grade of “C” in  MTH 080  or appropriate math placement score to enter MTH 110.
  
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    MTH 121 - Medication Calculations

    Hours: 1
    This course is primarily designed to provide the student enrolled in an Allied Health program with a review of basic mathematics as well as methods of medication dosage calculations using metric, apothecary, and household measures for adult and pediatric medication administration. Intravenous (IV) calculations for simple and complex administration to adult and pediatric patients is introduced. Not intended for transfer.

    Prerequisite: Minimum grade of “C” in MTH 110  or higher.
  
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    MTH 131 - Metric & Nonmetric Geometry

    Hours: 3
    Metric and Non-Metric Geometry is designed to familiarize potential elementary school teachers with the various mathematical topics taught in an elementary school environment. Topics covered will include measurements, plane and solid geometry, statistics and probability.

    Gen Ed Skill Type: CCT-CLO
    Prerequisite: Minimum grade of “C” in MTH 110  or appropriate math placement score.
  
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    MTH 134 - Math for Art and Design

    Hours: 3
    This course is designed for Art and Graphic Design majors The goal of the course is to study connections between mathematics and art and design. Students will see how mathematics is not just about formulas and logic, but about patterns, symmetry, structure, shape and beauty. Students will study topics like tilings, polyhedra and perspective.

    Gen Ed Skill Type: CCT-CLO
    Prerequisite: Minimum grade of “C” in MTH 110  or MTH 094 , appropriate math placement score.
    Yearly Cycle:
    Spring
  
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    MTH 140 - Contemporary Mathematics

    Hours: 3


    Contemporary Mathematics is designed to meet the needs of the student wishing to satisfy the general education math requirement. The purpose of Contemporary Math is to  provide a comprehensive overview of the mathematical and/or quantitative skills required to navigate the mathematical demands of modern life and prepare students for a deeper  understanding of information presented in mathematical terms. Emphasis is placed on improving students’ ability to draw conclusions, make decisions, and communicate effectively in quantitative-based situations that depend upon multiple factors. Please note that this is intended as a terminal course; completion of this course would not qualify students for higher level mathematics. Standards covered in MTH 140 include: Problem solving, modeling, mathematical reasoning, connecting with other disciplines, communication using the language of mathematics, using technology, and developing mathematical power.

    MOTR MATH 120



    Gen Ed Skill Type: MTMATH
    Prerequisite: Minimum grade of C in MTH 094  or MTH 080  or appropriate placement test score.

  
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    MTH 150 - Statistics

    Hours: 3


    Statistics is an introductory course which studies the proper methods of collecting data, organizing, describing, and presenting data, and drawing conclusions from data.

     

    MOTR MATH 110



    Gen Ed Skill Type: MTH, CCT-CLO, MTMATH
    Prerequisite: Minimum grade of “C” in MTH-080 , MTH-094   or appropriate math placement score.

  
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    MTH 170 - College Algebra

    Hours: 3


    College Algebra (Precalculus A) is the first of two courses intended to prepare students for fields of study that would require a high level of algebraic reasoning or Calculus. Topics include the foundational principles of functions, the analysis of functions, and algebraic reasoning. This is a STEM path course.

     

    MOTR MATH 130



    Gen Ed Skill Type: MTH, MTMATH
    Prerequisite: Prerequisite: Minimum grade of C in MTH 110  or appropriate placement score.

  
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    MTH 171 - Trigonometry

    Hours: 2
    Trigonometry is the second of two courses intended to prepare students for fields that require a high level of algebraic reasoning or Calculus. This course includes the trigonometry component of a precalculus course. Topics include geometric reasoning and trigonometry.
     

    Prerequisite/Corequisite: Minimum grade of C in MTH 170 or taken concurrently with MTH 170.
  
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    MTH 180 - Survey Calculus

    Hours: 3
    Survey Calculus is an introductory study of the techniques of differential and integral calculus. The focus of the course will be on functions and the applications of the calculus to the life, social, and managerial sciences, with particular emphasis on business applications. Trigonometry is not used.

    Gen Ed Skill Type: HOT, MTH, MAI, CCT-CLO
    Prerequisite: Minimum grade of ‘C’ in MTH 160  or MTH 170  or appropriate math placement score.
  
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    MTH 190 - Analytic Geometry & Calculus I

    Hours: 5
    A first course in a sequence of courses including analytic geometry, differential calculus, and integral calculus. This series is recommended for majors in engineering, the physical sciences, and mathematics. Topics include: properties of real numbers, introduction to analytic geometry, functions, limits, continuity, the derivative, differentiation of functions, applications of the derivative, antiderivatives, and the definite integral.

    Gen Ed Skill Type: MTH, CCT-CLO, MTMATH
    Prerequisite: Minimum grade of “C” in MTH 170   and MTH 171   or appropriate math placement score.
  
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    MTH 210 - Analytic Geometry & Calculus II

    Hours: 5
    A continuation of MT 1605 including the following topics: applications of the definite integral, logarithmic and exponential functions, hyperbolic and trigonometric functions, techniques of integration, approximate integration, indeterminate forms, improper integrals, polar coordinates, conic sections, vectors, parametric equations, sequences, and series.

    Gen Ed Skill Type: MTH, CCT-CLO, MTMATH
    Prerequisite: Minimum grade of “C” in MTH 190 . Students earning Calculus I credit through transfer or AP exam are required a satisfactory score on the Trigonometry placement exam.
  
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    MTH 220 - Analytic Geometry & Calculus III

    Hours: 5
    A continuation of MTH 210  including the following topics: vectors and surfaces in three-dimensional space, solid analytic geometry, differential calculus of functions of several variables, and multiple integration.

    Gen Ed Skill Type: MTMATH
    Prerequisite: Minimum grade of ‘C’ in MTH 210 .
  
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    MTH 241 - Linear Algebra

    Hours: 3
    Topics studied in this course will include systems of linear equations, matrices, vector and vector spaces, inner products, linear transformations, determinants, eigenvalues and eigenvectors.

    Prerequisite: Minimum grade of ‘C’ in MTH 210  or may be taking MTH 210  concurrently.
  
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    MTH 242 - Engineering Statistics

    Hours: 3
    An introduction to statistical methods in engineering and the physical sciences dealing with basic probability, distribution theory, confidence intervals, significance tests, and sampling.

    Prerequisite: Minimum grade of “C” in MTH 210 .
    Yearly Cycle:
    Spring
  
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    MTH 245 - Differential Equations

    Hours: 3
    A study of separable variables, homogeneous equations, exact equations, integrating factors, linear differential equations, LaPlace transform, and applications.

    Prerequisite: Minimum grade of “C” in MTH 220 .
    Yearly Cycle:
    Spring
  
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    MTH 270 - I.S.-Mathematics

    Hours: 1 - 5
    A specialized program of study directly related to the department’s area of expertise. The course is arranged between a faculty member and student and takes into consideration the needs, interests and background of the student.

    Prerequisite: Consent of instructor
  
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    MTH 280 - Special Topics-Mathematics

    Hours: 1 - 5
    Courses are offered to accommodate special interests of students and/or faculty. Typically, the course will cover new material not currently contained in the curriculum at ECC.

    Prerequisite: None

Medical Assistant

  
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    MDA 100 - Medial Assistant Externship Prep (MEP)

    Hours: 0
    Medical Assistant students will complete all portions of the Medical Assistant Externship Packet (MEP) including passing a background check (as specified in packet information), a negative result drug screen (as specified in packet information), proof of two negative Tuberculosis tests or 1 chest x-tray, proof of immunity to measles and rubella (2 immunization dates or 1 titre) and check pox (date of disease of 2 immunization dates or 1 titre), proof of a Hepatitis “B” series (may be in progress) and influenza vaccination prior to registering for any MEP course. THis packet is valid for 12 months and will be applied to all Medical Assistant Externships completed within that time frame.

    Prerequisite: MDA 113 , MDA 213  with a minimum grade of B and a passing grade in EMS 102  DEADLINE FOR COMPLETION–NO EXCEPTIONS: To register for a fall semester MEP course, MDA 1000 must be completed by-May 1st. To register for a spring semester MEP course, MDA 1000 must be completed by-October 1.
  
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    MDA 101 - Administrative Procedures

    Hours: 3
    This lecture course will focus on medical office procedures including appointment scheduling, medical records, creation and maintenance, phone communication, financial process, coding, billing, collecting, third party reimbursement, credit arrangements, and computer use in the medical office.

    Prerequisite: None
  
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    MDA 112 - Office Interpersonal & Communication Skills

    Hours: 3
    This lecture course will stress emphasis on the application of basic psychological principles and the study of behavior, as they apply to special populations. This course includes such topics as developmental stages of the life cycle, principles of listening, therapeutic, verbal and non-verbal communication skills as they relate to the medical assistant role.

    Prerequisite: None
    Yearly Cycle:
    Spring
  
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    MDA 113 - Clinical Procedures

    Hours: 4
    This course features a combination of lecture and laboratory time with emphasis on patient-centered assessment, examination, intervention, and treatment as directed by physicians. Includes vital signs, collection and documentation of patient information, asepsis, instruments, minor surgical procedures, injections, perform CLIA waived tests, maintain growth charts, hand washing, autoclaving/sterilization, wound care, and other treatments as appropriate for the medical office.

    Lecture/Laboratory: Two hours lecture and four hours laboratory per week.
    Prerequisite/Corequisite: EMS 101  BLS Hlthcare Providers
  
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    MDA 121 - Medical Ethics for Healthcare Professionals

    Hours: 3
    Course uses ethical theories to investigate moral problems in medicine and health care delivery. Topics include patients’ rights, professional obligations of different healthcare
    professionals, euthanasia, genetics and reproduction, experimentation on human subjects,
    and the right to health care.  Also covers Electronic Health Records and case studies of
    real life actual dilemmas.

    Open only to: Medical Assistant Major
    Corequisite: Student must be a declared Medical Assistant Major to enroll in this course
  
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    MDA 213 - Medical Laboratory Procedures

    Hours: 4
    This career technical course credit hour includes collection, processing and transport of blood, urine, cultures; identification of normal ranges; and quality control measures. Students will learn principals of infection control and medical asepsis. Students will knowledge of and demonstrate performance on an EKG. Lab coat is required for this course and will not be provided by the instructor.

    Lecture/Laboratory: Two hours of lecture and four hours of laboratory per week.
    Prerequisite: MDA 113  
  
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    MDA 222 - Program Capstone-Medical Assistant Review

    Hours: 3
    A preparation for the Certified Medical Assisting Exam, including a review of all three components of the CMA exam. Presents an explanation of how the exam is scored and provides opportunities to take practice exams. Students will be required to sit for the CMA AAMA National Exam.

    Prerequisite: The course should be taken the last or next to the last semester prior to graduation.
    Yearly Cycle:
    Fall
  
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    MDA 223 - Medical Assistant Clinical Externship

    Hours: 4
    This is an externship in the Medical Assistant Career Technical Program. Students are placed in a health care setting, which provides practical experience to apply knowledge and skills learned to meet the competencies of the Medical Assistant program. Close and/or direct supervision is provided by the clinical professional (faculty or preceptor) in a clinical setting. Clinical education is an unpaid learning experience in which the student completes 200 hours of work. Students must complete this externship with a 100% on competency requirements.

    Prerequisite: MDA 113  & MDA 213 . Students must pass all program externship application requirements & have consent of program instructor.
    Yearly Cycle:
    Fall

Music

  
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    MUA 100 - Studio Performance Class

    Hours: 0
    To enhance the knowledge of the applied lesson repertoire including historical background of the repertoire, theoretical syntheses of the music and performance aspects of the assigned work in applied lessons.

    Prerequisite: None
  
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    MUA 101 - Applied Voice I

    Hours: 1
    Private voice lessons.

  
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    MUA 102 - Applied Voice II

    Hours: 1
    Private voice lessons

  
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    MUA 103 - Applied Voice III

    Hours: 1
    Private voice lessons

  
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    MUA 111 - Applied Instrument I

    Hours: 1
    Private instrument lessons.

  
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    MUA 112 - Applied Instrument II

    Hours: 1
    Private instrument lessons.

  
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    MUA 113 - Applied Instrument III

    Hours: 1
    Private instrument lessons.

  
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    MUA 115 - Applied Woodwind I

    Hours: 1
    Private lessons in Woodwinds. Students taking private lessons on their specific instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas, but focus on solo performances.

    Prerequisite: None
  
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    MUA 116 - Applied Woodwind II

    Hours: 1
    Private lessons in Woodwinds. Students taking private lessons on their specific instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas, but focus on solo performances.

    Prerequisite: MUA 115  
  
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    MUA 117 - Applied Woodwind III

    Hours: 1
    Private lessons in Woodwinds. Students taking private lessons on their specific instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas, but focus on solo performances.

    Prerequisite: MUA 116  
  
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    MUA 121 - Applied Low Brass I

    Hours: 1
    Private lessons in Low Brass. Students taking private lessons on their specific instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas, but focus on solo performances.

    Prerequisite: None
  
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    MUA 122 - Applied Low Brass II

    Hours: 1
    Private lessons in Low Brass. Students taking private lessons on their specific instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas, but focus on solo performances.

    Prerequisite: MUA 121  
  
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    MUA 123 - Applied Low Brass III

    Hours: 1
    Private lessons in Low Brass. Students taking private lessons on their specific instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas, but focus on solo performances.

    Prerequisite: MUA 122  
  
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    MUA 125 - Applied High Brass I

    Hours: 1
    Private lessons in High Brass. Students taking private lessons on their specific instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas, but focus on solo performances.

    Prerequisite: None
  
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    MUA 126 - Applied High Brass II

    Hours: 1
    Private lessons in High Brass. Students taking private lessons on their specific instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas, but focus on solo performances.

    Prerequisite: MUA 125  
  
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    MUA 127 - Applied High Brass III

    Hours: 1
    Private lessons in High Brass. Students taking private lessons on their specific instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas, but focus on solo performances.

    Prerequisite: MUA 126  
  
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    MUA 131 - Applied Piano I

    Hours: 1
    Private lessons in piano.

  
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    MUA 132 - Applied Piano II

    Hours: 1
    Private lessons in piano.

  
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    MUA 133 - Applied Piano III

    Hours: 1
    Private lessons in piano.

  
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    MUA 135 - Applied String I

    Hours: 1
    Private lessons in String. Students taking private lessons on their specific instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas, but focus on solo performances.

  
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    MUA 136 - Applied String II

    Hours: 1
    Private lessons in String. Students taking private lessons on their specific instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas, but focus on solo performances.

  
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    MUA 137 - Applied String III

    Hours: 1
    Private lessons in String. Students taking private lessons on their specific instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas, but focus on solo performances.

  
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    MUA 141 - Applied Guitar I

    Hours: 1
    Private lessons in Guitar. Students taking private lessons on their specific instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas, but focus on solo performances.

    Prerequisite: None
  
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    MUA 142 - Applied Guitar II

    Hours: 1
    Private lessons in Guitar. Students taking private lessons on their specific instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas, but focus on solo performances.

    Prerequisite: MUA 141  
  
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    MUA 143 - Applied Guitar III

    Hours: 1
    Private lessons in Guitar. Students taking private lessons on their specific instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas, but focus on solo performances.

    Prerequisite: MUA 142  
  
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    MUA 145 - Applied Percussion I

    Hours: 1
    Private lesson in percussion. Students taking percussion lessons will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas (snare drum, mallet keyboard, timpani, drum set, and auxiliary percussion).

  
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    MUA 146 - Applied Percussion II

    Hours: 1


    Private lessons in percussion. Students taking percussion lessons will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas (snare drum, mallet keyboard, timpani, drum set, and auxiliary percussion).

     

  
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    MUA 147 - Applied Percussion III

    Hours: 1
    Private lessons in percussion. Students taking percussion lessons will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas (snare drum, mallet keyboard, timpani, drum set, and auxiliary percussion).

  
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    MUA 200 - Studio Performance Class

    Hours: 0
    To enhance the knowledge of the applied lesson repertoire including historical background of the repertoire, theoretical syntheses of the music and performance aspects of the assigned work in applied lessons.

  
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    MUA 201 - Applied Voice IV

    Hours: 1
    Private voice lessons.

  
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    MUA 202 - Applied Voice Advanced Skills

    Hours: 1
    Private voice lessons. Repeatable.

  
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    MUA 211 - Applied Instrument IV

    Hours: 1
    Private instrument lessons.

  
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    MUA 212 - Applied Instrument Advanced Skills

    Hours: 1
    Private instrument lessons. Repeatable

  
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    MUA 215 - Applied Woodwind IV

    Hours: 1
    Private lessons in Woodwinds. Students taking private lessons on their specific instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas, but focus on solo performances.

    Prerequisite: MUA 117  
  
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    MUA 216 - Applied Woodwind Advanced Skills

    Hours: 1
    Private lessons in Woodwind. Students taking private lessons on their specific instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas, but focus on solo performances. Repeatable.

    Prerequisite: MUA 215  
  
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    MUA 221 - Applied Low Brass IV

    Hours: 1
    Private lessons in Low Brass. Students taking private lessons on their specific instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas, but focus on solo performances.

    Prerequisite: MUA 123  
  
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    MUA 222 - Applied Low Brass Advanced Skills

    Hours: 1
    Private lessons in Low Brass. Students taking private lessons on their specific instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas, but focus on solo performances.

    Prerequisite: MUA 221  
  
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    MUA 225 - Applied High Brass IV

    Hours: 1
    Private lessons in High Brass. Students taking private lessons on their specific instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas, but focus on solo performances.

    Prerequisite: MUA 127  
  
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    MUA 226 - Applied High Brass Advanced Skills

    Hours: 1
    Private lessons in High Brass. Students taking private lessons on their specific instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas, but focus on solo performances.

    Prerequisite: MUA 225  
  
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    MUA 231 - Applied Piano IV

    Hours: 1
    Private lessons in piano.

  
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    MUA 232 - Applied Piano Advanced Skills

    Hours: 1-2
    Private lessons in piano. Repeatable.

  
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    MUA 235 - Applied String IV

    Hours: 1
    Private lessons in String. Students taking private lessons on their specific instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas, but focus on solo performances.

  
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    MUA 236 - Applied String Advanced Skills

    Hours: 1-2
    Private lessons in String. Students taking private lessons on their specific instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas, but focus on solo performances. Repeatable.

  
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    MUA 237 - Applied String VI

    Hours: 1
    Private lessons in String. Students taking private lessons on their specific instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas, but focus on solo performances.

  
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    MUA 241 - Applied Guitar IV

    Hours: 1
    Private lessons in Guitar. Students taking private lessons on their specific instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas, but focus on solo performances.

    Prerequisite: MUA 143  
  
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    MUA 242 - Applied Guitar Advanced Skills

    Hours: 1-2
    Private lessons in Guitar. Students taking private lessons on their specific instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas, but focus on solo performances. Repeatable.

    Prerequisite: MUA 241  
  
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    MUA 245 - Applied Percussion IV

    Hours: 1
    Private lessons in percussion. Students taking percussion lessons will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas (snare drum, mallet keyboard, timpani, drum set, and auxiliary percussion).

  
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    MUA 246 - Applied Percussion Advanced Skills

    Hours: 1-2
    Private lesson in percussion. Students taking percussion lessons will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas (snare drum, mallet keyboard, timpani, drum set, and auxiliary percussion). Repeatable.

  
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    MUC 001 - Recital Attendance I

    Hours: 0
    Course fulfills students’ attendance requirement at various recital events. Pass or Fail.

    Prerequisite: None
  
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    MUC 002 - Recital Attendance II

    Hours: 0
    Course fulfills students’ attendance requirement at various recital events. Pass or Fail.

    Open only to: For music majors only.
    Prerequisite: MUC 001  
  
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    MUC 003 - Recital Attendance III

    Hours: 0
    Course fulfills students’ attendance requirement at various recital events. Pass or Fail.

    Open only to: For music majors only.
    Prerequisite: MUC 002  
  
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    MUC 004 - Recital Attendance IV

    Hours: 0
    Course fulfills students’ attendance requirement at various recital events. Pass or Fail.

    Open only to: For music majors only.
    Prerequisite: MUC 003  
  
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    MUC 005 - Recital Attendance V

    Hours: 0
    Course fulfills students’ attendance requirement at various recital events. Pass or Fail.

    Open only to: For music majors only.
    Prerequisite: MUC 004  
  
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    MUC 006 - Recital Attendance VI

    Hours: 0
    Course fulfills students’ attendance requirement at various recital events. Pass or Fail.

    Open only to: For music majors only.
    Prerequisite: MUC 005  
  
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    MUC 101 - Music Theory I(Aural)

    Hours: 1
    A beginning course in music theory, study of intervals, triads, four-part diatonic harmony, connection of triads, embellishing tones, and inversions. Sight singing, aural recognition of all diatonic intervals, melodic phrases, and rhythms are studied.

    Prerequisite: No prerequisite.
  
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    MUC 102 - Music Theory I (Written)

    Hours: 3
    A beginning course in music theory, study of intervals, triads, four-part diatonic harmony, connection of triads, embellishing tones, and inversions. Sight singing, aural recognition of all diatonic intervals, melodic phrases, and rhythms are studied. Includes two hours aural theory per week.

    Prerequisite: No prerequisite.
  
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    MUC 103 - Music Theory II (Aural)

    Hours: 1
    A second course in music theory, extending into areas of seventh chords, secondary functions, modulations, and form. Includes two hours aural theory per week.

    Prerequisite: MUC 102  & MUC 101  
  
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    MUC 104 - Music Theory II (Written)

    Hours: 3
    A second course in music theory, extending into areas of seventh chords, secondary functions, modulations, and form. Includes two hours aural theory per week.

    Prerequisite: MUC 102  & MUC 101  
  
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    MUC 111 - Class Piano I: Beginners

    Hours: 2
    Small group instruction for student with little to no previous piano teaching. An introduction to keyboard fundamentals through the study of note reading, rhythm symbols, technique and playing early elementary level repertoire.

    Prerequisite: None
  
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    MUC 112 - Class Piano II: Upper Elementary

    Hours: 2
    Small group instruction for students who have completed Class Piano I, or have limited prior piano training. Students may already read and play in both clefs. Studies; Easy classical repertoires; one octave major and minor scales, arpeggios, and chord progressions; simple harmonization, transportation and sight reading techniques.

    Prerequisite: MUC 111  
  
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    MUC 113 - Class Piano III: Early Intermediate

    Hours: 2
    Small group instruction at an early intermediate level for students who have successfully completed Class Piano II or who have had several semesters of previous training. Studies; Intermediate classical repertoire; major and minor scales, arpeggios, chord progression, transposition, sight reading, and harmonization techniques.

    Prerequisite: MUC 112  
  
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    MUC 141 - Vocal Diction (English & French)

    Hours: 1


    The purpose of the course is to survey the fundamentals of English and French diction through study and implementation of the standard international phonetic alphabet (IPA), the
    correct pronunciation of English and French consonants and vowels, and the diction rules of the two languages.

    Corequisite: One of the following Applied Voice courses: MUA 101   MUA 102   MUA 103   MUA 201   MUA 202   MUA 203  

     

  
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    MUC 142 - Vocal Diction (Italian & German)

    Hours: 1
    The purpose of the course is to survey the fundamentals of Italian and German diction through study and implementation of the standard international phonetic alphabet (IPA), the
    correct pronunciation of Italian and German consonants and vowels, and the diction rules of the two languages.

    Corequisite: Must be in enrolled in an Applied Voice course: MUA 101   MUA 102   MUA 103   MUA 201   MUA 202   MUA 203  
  
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    MUC 201 - Music Theory III (Aural)

    Hours: 1
    A third course in music theory. A study of chromatic harmony including borrowed and altered chords, mode mixture, and additional forms. Two hours aural theory per week.

    Prerequisite: MUC 104  & MUC 103  
  
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    MUC 202 - Music Theory III (Written)

    Hours: 3
    A third course in music theory. A study of chromatic harmony including borrowed and altered chords, mode mixture, and additional forms. Two hours aural theory per week.

    Prerequisite: MUC 104  & MUC 103  
  
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    MUC 203 - Music Theory IV (Aural)

    Hours: 1
    A continuation of MUC 202  and MUC 201  to more complex areas of chromatic harmony and analytical techniques for major trends in 20th century composition.

    Prerequisite: MUC 201  MUC 202  
  
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    MUC 204 - Music Theory IV (Written)

    Hours: 3
    A continuation of MUC 202  and MUC 201  to more complex areas of chromatic harmony and analytical techniques for major trends in 20th century composition.

    Prerequisite: MUC 202  & MUC 201  
  
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    MUC 211 - Class Piano IV: Intermediate

    Hours: 2
    Small group instruction for students who have successfully completed Class Piano III or are already playing intermediate classical repertoire. Studies; Advanced classical repertoire; all major and minor scales, arpeggios, chord progressions, advanced sight reading, transposition and harmonization techniques.

    Prerequisite: MUC 113  
  
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    MUC 212 - Class Piano Advanced Skills

    Hours: 2
    Class Piano sequence of small group instruction in piano, is limited to 12 students per class. The courses range from beginning through late intermediate levels and are designed to develop skills and techniques applicable to all keyboard styles. Class Piano V is designed for students at the late intermediate level of technical skill. Students will be assigned individual pieces from the various eras of classical repertoire (Baroque through 20th Century). All students will work on technical and functional materials in a progressive, orderly manner. Materials will emphasize musicianship skills in correlation to keyboard proficiency examinations for continuing musical studies. Repeatable.

    Prerequisite: Instructor approval.
  
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    MUC 222 - Basic Conducting

    Hours: 2
    Basic Conducting is an introduction to conducting skills with an emphasis on the art and study of conducting, baton technique, left hand technique, non-verbal communication, leadership, conducting terminology, transpositions and score reading.

    Prerequisite: MUC 102 , MUC 101 , MUC 104 , and MUC 103 ; minimum grade C
  
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    MUE 101 - Choral Association I

    Hours: 1


    A performance course open to all students and community members who have had previous choral or music experience. The purpose of the ECC Choral Association is to prepare the large choral work for performance along with the ECC College Choir and an area symphony during the Spring Semester of each academic year. The goal of the choir is to promote singing in the college and the community through the performance of quality choral repertoire and proper vocal technique.

     

    MOTR PERF 102C

  
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    MUE 102 - Choral Association II

    Hours: 1


    A performance course open to all students and community members who have had previous choral or music experience. The purpose of the ECC Choral Association is to prepare the large choral work for performance along with the ECC College Choir and an area symphony during the Spring Semester of each academic year. The goal of the choir is to promote singing in the college and the community through the performance of quality choral repertoire and proper vocal technique.

     

    MOTR PERF 102C

 

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