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Lake Region State College

MUSC 122 Music Theory

Understanding of musical elements and the

theory of written music. Music notation,

key relationships, rhythm and harmony are

stressed. (3 cr)

MUSC 124 Music Theory II

Topics covered include advanced chord

structure, inversions, secondary dominants,

chord progressions, voice-leading, suspen-

sions and cadences. Musical forms such as

the symphony, concerto and fugue will be

studies as well as compositional techniques

and form and analysis, atonal music, modu-

lation, figured bass and modes. The student

will be expected to identify major, minor,

augmented and diminished chords and ana-

lyze a major musical work. (3 cr)

MUSC 145, 245

Individual Lessons-Vocal

Practical approach to voice training including

music theory and voice proficiency through

various vocal warm ups, proper voice place-

ment, and auditory coaching. (1 cr)

MUSC 147, 247 Wind Ensemble

Instrumental (band) performance ensemble.

Membership is open to all students through

audition. (1 cr)

MUSC 155, 255 Vocal Ensemble

Vocal performance ensemble. Membership is

open to all students through audition. Con-

centration is on modern Pop Music perfor-

mance as well as general music theory and

vocal training. (1 cr)

MUSC 170, 171, 270, 271

Instrumental Practicum

Participation in an instrumental ensemble

such as stage band, pep band, or in a small

ensemble defined by instrument family. Type

of ensemble specified in the course sched-

ule. (1 cr)

= fall semester

= spring semester

= online course

MUSC 196

Individual Lessons-Instrumental

Private study in woodwind, brass or percus-

sion instrument designed to refine per-

formance skills and technical and musical

proficiency. (1 cr)

MUSC 245 Applied Music (Private Les-

sons)

Practical approach to voice training including

music theory and voice proficiency through

various vocal warm ups, proper voice place-

ment, and auditory coaching. (1 cr)

MUSC 272 Athletic/Marching Band

The band is open to all students and per-

forms at athletic and other events. (1 cr)

MUSC 299 Special Topics

Study of current topics of interest. Approval

of instructor. (1‑3 cr)

NURS—Nursing

NURS 100 Nurse Assistant

Designed to prepare the student for certi-

fication as a nurse assistant. Units of study

are introduction to long-term care, commu-

nication, infection control, safety, anatomy,

physiology of aging, nutrition, skin care,

and basic skills (personal care, transferring,

positioning, vital signs, elimination, bed

making). (4 cr)

NURS 120 Foundations of Nursing

Develop an understanding of the multidi-

mensional base of nursing knowledge, in-

cluding basic human needs, nursing process,

nursing judgment, informatics, ethical and

professional, health promotion and disease

prevention concepts. Gain an understanding

of the role of the practical nurse within the

interdisciplinary team, the vital importance

of communication while providing safe and

quality client care, and how nurses use

evidence based information in their practice.

(3 cr)

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