2013 Summer Courses
Click the links below to see more details from the college catalog on the School of Music's 2013 Summer Course Offerings in Theory, History and Composition. You can register for these courses through your Homer Connect account. Registration begins February 15, 2013.
MUEN-10600 | Concert Band
(0-1.0 credits / section 31 / Session 2 - JULY) - A wind and percussion ensemble open to any student who can qualify by audition. Several concerts are scheduled each semester. Taught by Andrew Benware. Click here for more details on Summer Graduate Band.
MUEN-10900 | Chorus
(0-1.0 credits / section 31 / Session 2 - JULY) - A large choral ensemble open to any student who can qualify by audition. Several concerts are scheduled each semester. Taught by Andrew Benware. Click here for more details on Summer Graduate Choir.
MUNM-25100 | Music and the Media
(3.0 credits / section 01 / Session 2 - JULY) - A study and comparison of the forms and styles of music commonly used by the media, including radio, television, and film. Taught by Peter Rothbart.
MUMC 41300 | Prevention of Music Related Injuries
(Online Course / section 01 / MAY) - Examination of the physical and mental factors which affect the performance of musicians. Taught by Nicholas Quarrier.
MUTH-22200 | Music Theory III
(2.0 credits / section 01 / Session 1 - JUNE) - Study of the mode mixture, chromatic tonicization and modulation, the Neapolitan sixth chord, augmented sixth chords, extended tertian chords, and more advanced harmonic topics. Taught by Russell Posegate.
MUTH-23400 | Advanced Sight-Singing IV
(1.0 credits / section 01 / Session 1 - JUNE) - Advanced musical skills are developed further through the study of modulations to distant-related keys, transient modulations, and modal melodies. Taught by TBD.
MUTH-32100 | Form and Analysis
(2.0 credits / section 01 / Session 1 - JUNE) - Examination of the traditional techniques of musical form and structure and their application to compositions primarily from the 18th and 19th centuries. Taught by Merliee Nord.
MUTH-32200 | Analysis of Music Since 1900
(2.0 credits / section 01 / Session 1 - JUNE) - Study of harmonic, rhythmic, melodic, and formal techniques from about 1900 to the present. Introduction of various analytical systems. Taught by Les Black.
PSYC 21010 | Educational Psychology 10082
(3.0 credits / section 01 / Session 1 - May) - Study of human development from infancy through adolescence, including cognitive and behavioral approaches to learning in the context of school and other instructional situations. Attention given to the empirical (scientific) attitude in relating theory and practice in various educational settings. Prerequisites: Sophomore standing. Taught by Judith Pena-Shaff
EDUC 34000 | Social & Cultural Foundations of Education 10023
(3 credits / section 01 / Session 1 - May) - Required for all students in teacher certification programs, but open to other students as well. Combines historical, philosophical, sociological, and anthropological perspectives to investigate contemporary social and cultural issues in education and teaching. Provides preparation for critically reflective decision making and for working effectively with diverse students and communities. Prerequisites: Three social science or humanities courses. Taught by Teresa Michel.