MUS 10403 (TM) Music Appreciation

This course is intended to stimulate curiosity and enthusiasm, and heighten knowledge and enjoyment of music. Students will be exposed to representative works from all    periods of music history and will learn to develop perceptive listening habits through careful listening and analysis. A minimum of one live concert will be attended and critiqued. Comparisons will be made between music and the visual arts. Designed for non-Music majors.

Offered Fall, Spring for 3 Semester hours.

MUS 20003 Music in the Curriculum

This course is a detailed study of procedures, methods, and techniques of presenting experiences in music for learners from ages three to twelve. Practical activities involving all students include singing, creating, improvising, composing, playing instruments, listening, describing, and evaluating. Special consideration will also be given to MENC content standards, and comparing, relating, and integrating music across subject areas and with other cultures. For non-music majors only.

Offered Fall, Spring for 3 Semester hours.