2016 - 2017 General Catalogue 
    
    Feb 25, 2020  
2016 - 2017 General Catalogue [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions | 10


Abbreviation of Courses

Accounting (AC)
Agribusiness (AB)
Air Force Studies (AFS)
Anthropology (AN)
Art (AT)
Athletic Training (AH)
Automotive Technician (AU)
Biology (BY)
Business Administration (BA)
Business Quantitative Analysis (BQ)
Chemistry (CH)
Computer Information Systems (CS)
Cooperative Education (CEP)
Criminal Justice (CJ)
Early Childhood Education (CE)
Earth Science (ES)
Economics (EC)
Education (ED)
Educational Psychology (EP)
Elementary Education (EE)
Emergency Medical Services (EMS)
English (EH)
English as a Second Language (ESL)
Environmental Science (EN)
Exercise Science (EX)
Finance (FI)
French (FR)
Geography (GY)

Geology (GE)
Graduate Management Admission Testing (GMAT)
Graduate Record Examination (GRE)
History (HY)
Homeland Security (HS)
Honors Program (HR)
Journalism (JN)
Management (MG)
Marketing (MK)
Mathematics (MH)
Music (MU)
Nursing (NS)
Philosophy (PL)
Physical Education (PE)
Physics (PH)
Political Science (PS)
Psychology (PY)
Social Work (SW)
Sociology (SY)
Spanish (SP)
Special Education (SE)
Speech (SH)
Sports Management (SM)
Student Affairs Leadership (SAL)
Technology (TY)
Theatre (TH)
University Experience (UWA)
Varsity Athletics (VA)
Welding Technology (WT)

 

 

The Unit of Credit

The unit of credit at UWA is the semester hour. One semester hour represents one hour of class work or two hours of laboratory work each week throughout the semester. Two hours per week of out-of-class preparation is usually required for each semester hour of credit.

The Numbering System

UWA uses a three-digit numbering system. The first digit designates the level of the course, as follows:

000-099 — compensatory courses
100-199 — courses primarily for freshmen
200-299 — courses primarily for freshmen and sophomores
300-499 — courses primarily for upper-level undergraduate students (juniors and seniors)

The second digit is reserved to the department to designate relevant classifications of courses within the respective disciplines. The third digit is used to designate sequence of courses (but not necessarily prerequisites) or to distinguish a special type of course, such as independent study.

 

MARKETING (MK)

  
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    MK 310. Personal Selling (3)


    Personal selling function with emphasis on customer oriented problem solving approach. Prerequisites: “C” or higher in MK 300 .
  
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    MK 320. Retail Management (3)


    Analysis of the principles related to the successful operation and management of the retail store. Prerequisites: “C” or higher in MK 300 .
  
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    MK 340. Consumer Behavior (3)


    Analysis of consumer behavior in relation to market stimuli. Prerequisites: “C” or higher in MK 300 .
  
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    MK 380. Services Marketing (3)


    Promotes understanding of services marketing and its critical contribution to marketing. Topics include customer expectations and perceptions in the design of service processes and standards. Prerequisites: “C” or higher in MK 300 .
  
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    MK 390. e-Marketing and Social Media (3)


    Examines ways to implement and adapt Principles of Marketing to the Internet and familiarizes students with the current technologies and techniques available to marketers for building marketing success Also includes the application of concepts and collaborative creation of a social media marketing plan. Prerequisites: “C” or higher in  .
  
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    MK 407. Independent Study in Marketing (1-3)


    Independent study in marketing. Content and nature determined by individual needs and interests of the student. Required research paper and projects. May be repeated for a maximum of three hours. Prerequisites: Permission of the Dean.
  
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    MK 408. Selected Topics in Marketing (1-3)


    Critical readings, lectures and discussions of selected topics not generally included in course offerings. Content determined by student interest and needs. May be repeated for a maximum of three hours. Prerequisites: Permission of the Dean.
  
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    MK 430. Advertising and Promotion (3)


    Investigation of advertising theory in relation to effectively informing potential customers of the availability and attributes of products. Prerequisites: “C” or higher in  .
  
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    MK 450. International Marketing (3)


    Decision making and policy formation relative to the cultural, social, political, and legal aspects of marketing in global environments. Prerequisites: “C” or higher in MK 300 .
  
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    MK 460. Marketing Internship (3)


    A work related experience in private, public, or governmental organization enhancing the application of marketing theories and concepts. Prerequisites: Senior standing. Students may not register for this course until the application has been completed and approved by the Dean’s Office.
  
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    MK 470. Marketing Management (3)


    Focuses on marketing from a managerial perspective and emphasizes the analysis of marketing opportunities and the design and application of marketing strategies. Prerequisites: “C” or higher in MK 300 .
  
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    MK 480. Market Research (3)


    Examination of research methods and procedures used in marketing to discover and measure market opportunities. Prerequisites: “C” or higher in MK 300 .
  
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    MK 490. Marketing Strategy (3)


    This course focuses on marketing strategy from a managerial perspective. Emphasizes effective planning, implementation, and control of marketing plans. Analysis and critical thinking skills applied in examples, case studies and simulations. Prerequisites: “C” or higher in MK 300  AND MK 470 .

MATHEMATICS (MH)

  
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    MH 081. Basic Algebra (3)


    Developmental course required for students who lack adequate proficiency in basic skills of algebra. Students that need additional work in algebra before taking MH 101 , Intermediate Algebra are assigned to MH 081 on the basis of standardized test scores or placement test scores. Students assigned to MH 081 must make a “C” or higher before registering for any other mathematics course. Topics covered are real numbers, variable expressions, solving equations, polynomials, factoring, rational expressions, linear equations, and inequalities. Prerequisites: 14 on ACT math subscore or appropriate placement score.
  
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    MH 101. Intermediate Algebra (3)


    Required of students who lack adequate proficiency in the basic skills of arithmetic and algebra. Students that need additional work in algebra before taking pre-calculus are assigned to MH 101 on the basis of standardized test scores or placement scores. Students assigned to MH 101 must pass it before registering for any other mathematics course. Topics covered are the exponents, operations with polynomials, factoring, graphing, systems of linear equations, rational expressions, and quadratic equations. Prerequisites: “C” or higher in MH 081  or 17 or higher on ACT math subscore or appropriate placement score.
  
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    MH 105. Finite Mathematics (3)


    This course includes a survey of logic, sets, counting, permutations, combinations, basic probability, an introduction to statistics, and financial mathematics. Prerequisites: MH 101  or appropriate ACT score.
  
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    MH 113. Precalculus Algebra (3)


    This course includes linear functions and relations; linear functions and graphs; quadratic functions (parabolas); polynomial functions; rational functions; exponential and logarithmic functions; the binomial theorem; and systems of nonlinear equations. No credit is allowed for this course if a student has previous credit in Precalculus or higher mathematics course. Prerequisites: “C” or higher in MH 101 , an ACT math subscore of 20 or higher, or other appropriate standardized test scores.
  
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    MH 114. Precalculus Trigonometry (3)


    Includes angles and their measures, trigonometric functions and their inverses, trigonometric identities, and trigonometric equations. The Law of Sines and Cosines, polar coordinates, vectors and applications of vectors, complex numbers, nth roots of a complex number, DeMoivre’s Theorem and polar coordinates are also included. Prerequisites: grade of “C” or higher in MH 113  or appropriate standardized test score. A student who has received previous credit in a trigonometry or higher mathematics course is not eligible to enroll in MH 114.
  
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    MH 121. Calculus I (4)


    Topics include the limit of a function, the derivative of algebraic, trigonometric, exponential, and logarithmic functions, and the definite integral and its basic applications to area problems. Applications of the derivative are covered in detail, including approximations of error using differentials, maximum and minimum problems, and curve sketching using calculus. Three lecture and two computer laboratory hours per week. Prerequisites: “C” or higher in MH 114  or the equivalent.
  
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    MH 122. Calculus II (4)


    Topics include vectors in the plane and in space, lines and planes in space, applications of integration (such as volume, arc length, work, and average value), techniques of integration, infinite series, polar coordinates, and parametric equations. Three lecture and two laboratory hours per week. A computer project is required. Prerequisites: “C” or higher in MH 121 .
  
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    MH 171. Mathematics for Early Childhood Educators I (3)


    Concepts of mathematics presented in the early mathematics curriculum. Set concepts, informal mathematical reasoning, and problem solving activities are included in the study of sets and whole numbers, number theory, and rational numbers. Counts as a basic mathematics requirement for Early Childhood Development majors and is not eligible for credit outside the Early Childhood Development program. Prerequisites:   and admission to the Early Childhood Development program.
  
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    MH 172. Mathematics for Early Childhood Educators II (3)


    Concepts of mathematics presented in the early mathematics curriculum. Probability, statistics, and algebra concepts as patterns. Counts as a basic mathematics requirement for Early Childhood Development majors and is not eligible for credit outside the Early Childhood Development program. Prerequisites:   and admission to the Early Childhood Development program.
  
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    MH 173. Mathematics for Early Childhood Educators III (3)


    Concepts of mathematics presented in the early mathematics curriculum. Geometry and measurement concepts including terminology, coordinate geometry, two and three dimensional figures, linear and angular measurement skills, and determining perimeter, area, and volume. Counts as a basic mathematics requirement for Early Childhood Development majors and is not eligible for credit outside the Early Childhood Development program. Prerequisites:   and admission to the Early Childhood Development program.
  
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    MH 180. Survey of Mathematics for the Elementary Teacher (3)


    Concepts of mathematics presented in the elementary mathematics curriculum. The development of number with operations and other concepts in mathematics such as probability, statistics, and geometry will be included in this course. There will be an emphasis in explaining mechanics and correlation with the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Standards and the Alabama Course of Study in Mathematics. This course may not be substituted for MH 181 , MH 182 , or MH 183  and is offered online only. Prerequisites: MH 113 .
  
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    MH 181. Mathematics for Elementary Teachers I (3)


    Concepts of mathematics presented in the elementary mathematics curriculum. Set concepts, informal mathematical reasoning, problem-solving activities, and use of calculators are included in the study of sets and whole numbers, number theory, rational numbers, real numbers, and geometric shapes. Counts as a basic mathematics requirement for elementary education majors only. Prerequisites: MH 113 .
  
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    MH 182. Mathematics for Elementary Teachers II (3)


    Concepts of mathematics presented in the elementary school. Probability, statistics, and algebra concepts including function with an emphasis on problem-solving techniques and reasoning. Counts as part of the basic requirements for elementary education majors only. Prerequisites: MH 181 .
  
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    MH 183. Mathematics for Elementary Teachers III (3)


    Concepts of mathematics presented in the elementary school. Geometry and measurement concepts including terminology, coordinate geometry, two and three dimensional figures, linear and angular measurement skills, determining perimeter, area, and volume. Counts as part of the basic requirements for elementary education majors only. Prerequisites: MH 181 .
  
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    MH 213. Linear Algebra (3)


    Explores computational techniques and basic theory of linear algebra. Topics covered include matrices, determinants, real vector spaces, linear transformations, and eigenvalues. Prerequisites: MH 122 .
  
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    MH 223. Multivariable Calculus (4)


    Vector calculus, parametric equations, polar and spherical coordinates, analytic geometry, differential calculus of functions of several variables, and multiple integration (including line integrals, Green’s Theorem, and Stoke’s Theorem). Problem solving techniques in engineering and science. Three lecture and two laboratory hours per week. Prerequisites: “C” or higher in MH 122 .
  
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    MH 224. Applied Differential Equations (3)


    An introduction to differential equations covering techniques for solving first, second, and higher order equations using a variety of methods including series solutions, Laplace Transforms, and numerical methods. Strong emphasis on physical applications. Prerequisites: MH 122 .
  
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    MH 246. Introduction to Biostatistics (4)


    Introduction to basic statistical principles and their application in the sciences, especially the life sciences. Includes descriptive statistics, probability, simple hypothesis testing, binomial and Poisson distribution, analysis of variance, and regression and correlation. Three lecture and two laboratory hours per week. Prerequisites: MH 113 .
  
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    MH 266. Business Calculus (3)


    Differentiation and integration of algebraic, exponential, and logarithmic functions and applications to business and economics. Also includes functions of several variables, partial derivatives (including applications), Lagrange Multipliers, L’Hopital’s Rule, multiple integration (including applications). Three lecture hours per week. Prerequisites: “C” or higher in MH 113 .
  
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    MH 300. Introduction to Advanced Mathematics (3)


    An introduction to the ideas and concepts that form the foundation for study in advanced mathematics including logic, sets, relations, functions, and cardinality. Strong emphasis placed on techniques of proof. Prerequisites: MH 122 .
  
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    MH 308. Seminar in Mathematics (1)


    Study of current problems and trends in mathematical sciences through literature review and oral presentation with emphasis on methods of literature search through use of databases. Prerequisites: MH 300 .
  
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    MH 311. Modern Abstract Algebra (3)


    Set theory and the theory of groups, rings, integral domains, and fields. Prerequisites: MH 122  and MH 300 .
  
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    MH 332. College Geometry (4)


    Euclidean and non-Euclidean geometry, development and application of the axiomatic methods and computer usage in mathematics. Three lecture and two laboratory hours per week. Prerequisites: MH 121  and MH 300 .
  
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    MH 341. Probability and Statistics (4)


    Data analysis, probability distributions, sampling distributions, as a mathematical foundation for statistical methods including data representation and distribution of discrete and continuous random variables, and computer use in data analysis. Three lecture and two laboratory hours per week. Prerequisites: MH 122  and MH 300 .
  
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    MH 364. Mathematics of Finance (3)


    Basic no-arbitrage principle, binomial model, time value of money, money market, risky assets such as stocks, portfolio management, forward and futures contracts, options, and interest rates. Prerequisites:   and   .
  
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    MH 388. Teaching High School Mathematics (1)


    The study of instructional methods as applied to teaching high school mathematics. Prerequisites: “C” or higher in MH 121 .
  
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    MH 389. Tutorial Practicum (1)


    Upper-level students in mathematics, under the supervision of a mathematics instructor, work individually with college students lacking proficiency in basic mathematical skills. One semester hour per semester; may be repeated for a maximum of three semester hours credit; this course is not an approved elective for mathematics or mathematics/computer information systems majors. Prerequisites: “C” or higher in MH 122  and MH 388 .
  
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    MH 405. Problem Solving in Mathematics


    This course focuses on problem solving techniques in a wide variety of areas of mathematics as well as oral and written communication of solutions. Topics include trigonometry, calculus, linear, and matrix algebra, and review for the MFAT and PRAXIS II Exams. May be repeated for a maximum of two semester hours credit. Prerequisites: MH 300 .
  
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    MH 408. Selected Topics in Mathematics (1-4)


    Nature and content of the course are determined by the interests and needs of the students. Prerequisites: Permission of the instructor and the Dean.
  
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    MH 422. Real Analysis (3)


    Functions and sequences, limits of sequences, continuity, derivatives, indeterminate forms, and proofs for many classical theorems of calculus. Prerequisites: MH 122  and MH 300 .
  
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    MH 424. Numerical Analysis (4)


    Theory, methods and applications of numerical analysis with frequent computer implementation. Solution of equations in one variable, interpolations and polynomial approximation, numerical differentiation and integration, and initial-value problems for ordinary differential equations. Three lecture and two laboratory hours per week. Prerequisites: MH 300 , MH 224 , and CS 300 .
  
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    MH 432. Advanced Analytic Geometry (4)


    The use of construction with compass and straightedge, algebraic proofs and other techniques to instill an understanding of geometric concepts and relationships. A research paper is required. Three lecture and two laboratory hours per week. Prerequisites: MH 332  or permission of the Dean.
  
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    MH 441. Mathematical Statistics I (3)


    Distributions of random variables, moments of random variables, probability distributions, joint distributions, and change of variable techniques. Prerequisites:   and  .
  
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    MH 442. Mathematical Statistics II (3)


    Order statistics, asymptotic distributions, point estimation, interval estimation, and hypothesis testing. Prerequisites:  .
  
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    MH 444. Actuarial Risk Theory (3)


    Modeling of both stationary and non-stationary time series. Autoregressive (AR) processes and moving average (MATH) processes, as well as mixed (ARMA) processes, are discussed, along with model identification and estimation and forecasting procedures. Computer software is used. Prerequisites:  .
  
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    MH 445. Actuarial Modeling (3)


    Modeling issues for multiple linear regression are discussed in the context of data analysis. These include the use of residual plots, transformations, hypothesis tests, outlier diagnostics, analysis of covariance, variable selection techniques, weighted least squares and colinearity. The uses of multiple logistic regression are similarly discussed for dealing with binary-valued dependent variables. Prerequisites:  .
  
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    MH 446. Stochastic Processes (3)


    Introduction to the basic concepts and applications of stochastic processes. Markov chains, continuous-time Markov processes, Poisson and renewal processes, and Brownian motion. Applications of stochastic processes including queueing theory and probabilistic analysis of computational algorithms. Prerequisites:  .
  
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    MH 450. Linear Optimization (3)


    This course introduces the student to optimization theory and its applications. Topics include formulation of linear programs, simplex methods and duality, sensitivity analysis, transportation and networks, and various geometric concepts. Prerequisites: MH 213 .
  
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    MH 461. Actuarial Mathematics I (3)


    A development of the mathematical theory of life insurance and annuities. Utility functions, mortality models, life tables, insurance plans, premiums. Prerequisites:  
  
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    MH 462. Actuarial Mathematics II (3)


    A development of the mathematical theory of life insurance and annuities. Utility functions, mortality models, life tables, insurance plans, premiums. Prerequisites:  .
  
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    MH 480. Technology for Mathematics Teachers (4)


    Introduces the high school mathematics teacher to the most modern technological methods of teaching mathematics available in high schools. Includes the use of manipulatives, the graphing calculator, and the computer as well as mathematical applications for each. Three lecture and two laboratory hours per week. Counts as a mathematics requirement for mathematics education students only. Prerequisites: MH 223 .
  
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    MH 490. History of Mathematics (3)


    Historical development of mathematical concepts and symbolism, evolution of modern mathematics from its motivational roots in the physical sciences, and lives and contributions of outstanding mathematicians, as well as topics related to contemporary mathematics. Prerequisites: MH 122  and eight semester hours of mathematics beyond MH 121 .
  
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    MH 493. Logic and Set Theory (3)


    Provides a rigorous foundation in logic and elementary discrete mathematics to students of mathematics and computer science. Topics from logic include modeling English propositions, propositional calculus, quantification, and elementary predicate calculus. Additional mathematical topics include elements of set theory, mathematical induction, relations and functions, and elements of number theory. Prerequisites: MH 300 .
  
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    MH 495. Number Theory (3)


    Survey of the types of arguments to prove facts about divisibility of integers, prime numbers, and modular congruencies. Other topics, such as the Fermat theorem, Euler’s theorem, and the law of quadratic reciprocity, will be discussed. Prerequisites: MH 300 .
  
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    MH 496. Graph Theory and Applications (3)


    Survey of several of the main ideas of general graph theory with applications to network theory. Topics include oriented and nonoriented linear graphs, spanning trees, branching and connectivity, accessibility, planar graphs, networks and flows, matchings, and applications. Prerequisites: MH 213  and MH 223 .

MUSIC (MU)

  
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    MU 100. Introduction to Music (3)


    Provides an opportunity to listen to representative examples of vocal and instrumental music with respect to function, medium, and style and to develop discrimination in listening to music.
  
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    MU 111. Music Fundamentals/Ear Training I (4)


    Designed to familiarize the student with the rudiments of Music Theory, including notation, rhythmic signatures, key signatures, major scales, and minor scales. Laboratory experience reinforces these skills.
  
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    MU 112. Music Fundamentals/Ear Training II (4)


    A continuation of MU 111  with the addition of intervals, triads, seventh chords, writing chords in a key, figured-bass symbols, and cadences. Prerequisites: MU 111 .
  
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    MU 140. Applied Music: Preparatory Voice (1)


    Basic instruction for students choosing applied music as an elective or for music minors in a secondary medium of performance. One half-hour lesson and a minimum of five hours practice per week. A maximum of four semester hours may be earned for this course.
  
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    MU 141. Applied Music: Preparatory Flute (1)


    Basic instruction for students choosing applied music as an elective or for music minors in a secondary medium of performance. One half-hour lesson and a minimum of five hours practice per week. A maximum of four semester hours may be earned for this course.
  
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    MU 142. Applied Music: Preparatory Oboe (1)


    Basic instruction for students choosing applied music as an elective or for music minors in a secondary medium of performance. One half-hour lesson and a minimum of five hours practice per week. A maximum of four semester hours may be earned for this course.
  
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    MU 143. Applied Music: Preparatory Clarinet (1)


    Basic instruction for students choosing applied music as an elective or for music minors in a secondary medium of performance. One half-hour lesson and a minimum of five hours practice per week. A maximum of four semester hours may be earned for this course.
  
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    MU 144. Applied Music: Preparatory Bassoon (1)


    Basic instruction for students choosing applied music as an elective or for music minors in a secondary medium of performance. One half-hour lesson and a minimum of five hours practice per week. A maximum of four semester hours may be earned for this course.
  
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    MU 145. Applied Music: Preparatory Saxophone (1)


    Basic instruction for students choosing applied music as an elective or for music minors in a secondary medium of performance. One half-hour lesson and a minimum of five hours practice per week. A maximum of four semester hours may be earned for this course.
  
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    MU 146. Applied Music: Preparatory Piano (1)


    Basic instruction for students choosing applied music as an elective or for music minors in a secondary medium of performance. One half-hour lesson and a minimum of five hours practice per week. A maximum of four semester hours may be earned for this course.
  
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    MU 147. Applied Music: Preparatory Organ (1)


    Basic instruction for students choosing applied music as an elective or for music minors in a secondary medium of performance. One half-hour lesson and a minimum of five hours practice per week. A maximum of four semester hours may be earned for this course. Prerequisites: Permission of Instructor.
  
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    MU 148. Applied Music: Preparatory Guitar (1)


    Basic instruction for students choosing applied music as an elective or for music minors in a secondary medium of performance. One half-hour lesson and a minimum of five hours practice per week.  A maximum of four semester hours may be earned for this course.
  
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    MU 150. Applied Music: Preparatory Percussion (1)


    Basic instruction for students choosing applied music as an elective or for music minors in a secondary medium of performance. One half-hour lesson and a minimum of five hours practice per week.  A maximum of four semester hours may be earned for this course.
  
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    MU 151. Applied Music: Preparatory Trumpet (1)


    Basic instruction for students choosing applied music as an elective or for music minors in a secondary medium of performance. One half-hour lesson and a minimum of five hours practice per week.  A maximum of four semester hours may be earned for this course.
  
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    MU 152. Applied Music: Preparatory Horn (1)


    Basic instruction for students choosing applied music as an elective or for music minors in a secondary medium of performance. One half-hour lesson and a minimum of five hours practice per week.  A maximum of four semester hours may be earned for this course.
  
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    MU 153. Applied Music: Preparatory Baritone Horn (1)


    Basic instruction for students choosing applied music as an elective or for music minors in a secondary medium of performance. One half-hour lesson and a minimum of five hours practice per week.  A maximum of four semester hours may be earned for this course.
  
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    MU 154. Applied Music: Preparatory Trombone (1)


    Basic instruction for students choosing applied music as an elective or for music minors in a secondary medium of performance. One half-hour lesson and a minimum of five hours practice per week.  A maximum of four semester hours may be earned for this course.
  
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    MU 155. Applied Music: Preparatory Tuba (1)


    Basic instruction for students choosing applied music as an elective or for music minors in a secondary medium of performance. One half-hour lesson and a minimum of five hours practice per week.  A maximum of four semester hours may be earned for this course.
  
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    MU 240. Applied Music: Intermediate Voice (1)


    Private instruction of music students in their primary medium of performance. Students whose primary performance medium is voice are required to participate concurrently in MU 273  and/or MU 274 . Students whose primary performance medium is a band instrument are required to participate concurrently in MU 271 . Two half-hour lessons or one one-hour lesson and a minimum of ten hours practice per week.  A maximum of four semester hours may be earned for this course.
  
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    MU 241. Applied Music: Intermediate Flute (1)


    Private instruction of music students in their primary medium of performance. Students whose primary performance medium is voice are required to participate concurrently in MU 273  and/or MU 274 . Students whose primary performance medium is a band instrument are required to participate concurrently in MU 271 . Two half-hour lessons or one one-hour lesson and a minimum of ten hours practice per week.  A maximum of four semester hours may be earned for this course.
  
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    MU 242. Applied Music: Intermediate Oboe (1)


    Private instruction of music students in their primary medium of performance. Students whose primary performance medium is voice are required to participate concurrently in MU 273  and/or MU 274 . Students whose primary performance medium is a band instrument are required to participate concurrently in MU 271 . Two half-hour lessons or one one-hour lesson and a minimum of ten hours practice per week.  A maximum of four semester hours may be earned for this course.
  
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    MU 243. Applied Music: Intermediate Clarinet (1)


    Private instruction of music students in their primary medium of performance. Students whose primary performance medium is voice are required to participate concurrently in MU 273  and/or MU 274 . Students whose primary performance medium is a band instrument are required to participate concurrently in MU 271 . Two half-hour lessons or one one-hour lesson and a minimum of ten hours practice per week.  A maximum of four semester hours may be earned for this course.
  
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    MU 244. Applied Music: Intermediate Bassoon (1)


    Private instruction of music students in their primary medium of performance. Students whose primary performance medium is voice are required to participate concurrently in MU 273  and/or MU 274 . Students whose primary performance medium is a band instrument are required to participate concurrently in MU 271 . Two half-hour lessons or one one-hour lesson and a minimum of ten hours practice per week.  A maximum of four semester hours may be earned for this course.
  
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    MU 245. Applied Music: Intermediate Saxophone (1)


    Private instruction of music students in their primary medium of performance. Students whose primary performance medium is voice are required to participate concurrently in MU 273  and/or MU 274 . Students whose primary performance medium is a band instrument are required to participate concurrently in MU 271 . Two half-hour lessons or one one-hour lesson and a minimum of ten hours practice per week.  A maximum of four semester hours may be earned for this course.
  
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    MU 246. Applied Music: Intermediate Piano (1)


    Private instruction of music students in their primary medium of performance. Students whose primary performance medium is voice are required to participate concurrently in MU 273  and/or MU 274 . Students whose primary performance medium is a band instrument are required to participate concurrently in MU 271 . Two half-hour lessons or one one-hour lesson and a minimum of ten hours practice per week.  A maximum of four semester hours may be earned for this course.
  
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    MU 247. Applied Music: Intermediate Organ (1)


    Private instruction of music students in their primary medium of performance. Students whose primary performance medium is voice are required to participate concurrently in MU 273  and/or MU 274 . Students whose primary performance medium is a band instrument are required to participate concurrently in MU 271 . Two half-hour lessons or one one-hour lesson and a minimum of ten hours practice per week.  A maximum of four semester hours may be earned for this course. Prerequisites: Permission of Instructor.
  
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    MU 248. Applied Music: Intermediate Guitar (1)


    Private instruction of music students in their primary medium of performance. Students whose primary performance medium is voice are required to participate concurrently in MU 273  and/or MU 274 . Students whose primary performance medium is a band instrument are required to participate concurrently in MU 271 . Two half-hour lessons or one one-hour lesson and a minimum of ten hours practice per week.  A maximum of four semester hours may be earned for this course.
  
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    MU 250. Applied Music: Intermediate Percussion (1)


    Private instruction of music students in their primary medium of performance. Students whose primary performance medium is voice are required to participate concurrently in MU 273  and/or MU 274 . Students whose primary performance medium is a band instrument are required to participate concurrently in MU 271 . Two half-hour lessons or one one-hour lesson and a minimum of ten hours practice per week.  A maximum of four semester hours may be earned for this course.
  
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    MU 251. Applied Music: Intermediate Trumpet (1)


    Private instruction of music students in their primary medium of performance. Students whose primary performance medium is voice are required to participate concurrently in MU 273  and/or MU 274 . Students whose primary performance medium is a band instrument are required to participate concurrently in MU 271 . Two half-hour lessons or one one-hour lesson and a minimum of ten hours practice per week.  A maximum of four semester hours may be earned for this course.
  
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    MU 252. Applied Music: Intermediate Horn (1)


    Private instruction of music students in their primary medium of performance. Students whose primary performance medium is voice are required to participate concurrently in MU 273  and/or MU 274 . Students whose primary performance medium is a band instrument are required to participate concurrently in MU 271 . Two half-hour lessons or one one-hour lesson and a minimum of ten hours practice per week.  A maximum of four semester hours may be earned for this course.
  
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    MU 253. Applied Music: Intermediate Baritone Horn (1)


    Private instruction of music students in their primary medium of performance. Students whose primary performance medium is voice are required to participate concurrently in MU 273  and/or MU 274 . Students whose primary performance medium is a band instrument are required to participate concurrently in MU 271 . Two half-hour lessons or one one-hour lesson and a minimum of ten hours practice per week.  A maximum of four semester hours may be earned for this course.
  
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    MU 254. Applied Music: Intermediate Trombone (1)


    Private instruction of music students in their primary medium of performance. Students whose primary performance medium is voice are required to participate concurrently in MU 273  and/or MU 274 . Students whose primary performance medium is a band instrument are required to participate concurrently in MU 271 . Two half-hour lessons or one one-hour lesson and a minimum of ten hours practice per week.  A maximum of four semester hours may be earned for this course.
  
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    MU 255. Applied Music: Intermediate Tuba (1)


    Private instruction of music students in their primary medium of performance. Students whose primary performance medium is voice are required to participate concurrently in MU 273  and/or MU 274 . Students whose primary performance medium is a band instrument are required to participate concurrently in MU 271 . Two half-hour lessons or one one-hour lesson and a minimum of ten hours practice per week.  A maximum of four semester hours may be earned for this course.
  
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    MU 271. Band (1)


    The study and performance of standard band literature, including concert literature, big band literature, and some contemporary jazz-rock arrangements. A maximum of eight semester hours may be earned in this course. Prerequisites: Permission of the instructor.
  
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    MU 272. Jazz Band (1)


    The study and performance of traditional big band jazz literature and contemporary jazz-rock arrangements. A maximum of eight semester hours is permitted in this course. Prerequisites: Permission of the instructor.
  
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    MU 273. Choir (1)


    Technical preparation for the use of the singing voice in a choral ensemble, with frequent opportunities to appear in public performance. A maximum of eight semester hours credit is permitted in this course. Prerequisites: Permission of the instructor.
  
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    MU 274. UWA Singers (1)


    A small, select performance group of mixed voices, with frequent opportunities to appear in public performance. Music drawn from various types and periods, including Broadway, jazz, popular, and folk idioms. A maximum of eight semester hours is permitted in this course. Prerequisites: Permission of the instructor.
  
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    MU 277. Ensemble Literature Class (1)


    Woodwind Ensemble, Brass Ensemble, Percussion Ensemble, and Guitar respectively. Designed for students interested in performing with a small group with emphasis upon creativity, musical growth, and repertoire. A maximum of eight semester hours is permitted in one of these courses.
  
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    MU 278. Ensemble Literature Class (1)


    Woodwind Ensemble, Brass Ensemble, Percussion Ensemble, and Guitar respectively. Designed for students interested in performing with a small group with emphasis upon creativity, musical growth, and repertoire. A maximum of eight semester hours is permitted in one of these courses.
  
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    MU 279. Ensemble Literature Class (1)


    Woodwind Ensemble, Brass Ensemble, Percussion Ensemble, and Guitar respectively. Designed for students interested in performing with a small group with emphasis upon creativity, musical growth, and repertoire. A maximum of eight semester hours is permitted in one of these courses.
  
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    MU 280. Ensemble Literature Class (1)


    Woodwind Ensemble, Brass Ensemble, Percussion Ensemble, and Guitar respectively. Designed for students interested in performing with a small group with emphasis upon creativity, musical growth, and repertoire. A maximum of eight semester hours is permitted in one of these courses.
  
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    MU 301. Survey of Music History (3)


    Development of music from antiquity to the Romantic Period, with focus on the ways in which social, economic, political, and philosophical trends influenced this development. Prerequisites: MU 100 .
 

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