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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)
MUSC 196
Individual Lessons-Instrumental
Private study in piano, woodwind, brass or
percussion instrument designed to refine
performance skills and technical and musical
proficiency. (1 cr)
MUSC 245 Applied Music (Private Les-
sons)
Practical approach to voice training including
= fall semester
= spring semester
= online course
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)
NURS 121 Practical Nursing I
Explore three core concepts of health as-
sessment, nutrition and mental health as
they relate to client care. Learn how the
nurse incorporates this knowledge in caring
for the diverse client from the moment they
begin care for an individual to any point
along the health-illness continuum. (3 cr)
NURS 122 Clinical Practice I
Apply the social, biological, behavioral and
Course Descriptions
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