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    Mississippi College
   
 
  Aug 17, 2019
 
UNDERGRADUATE CATALOG 2014-2015 
    
UNDERGRADUATE CATALOG 2014-2015 [Archived Catalog]

Course Descriptions


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Music

Music Course Descriptions
Applied Music

Daily practice requirements are based upon the amount of credit to be earned. Repertoire requirements are also graduated according to the number of hours being earned each semester. Specific requirements regarding the repertoire can be obtained from your professor. Credit is given according to the following tables:

2 semester hours per semester 10 hours per week
1 semester hour per semester 8 hours per week

Applied Music Requirements

Students desiring to enroll for applied music, either as an elective or as an assisting course for a music degree, will be assigned a course number and an instructor by the Chair of the Music Department.

The final exam for each applied music course is a jury examination. In the event of illness, an incomplete grade may be given by the instructor who will set a date for a make-up jury in the following regular semester.

Freshman and Sophomore Junior and Senior Applied Performance Majors
Organ    
1 or 2 hours per semester, instructor’s consent  
111-112 311-312 411-412
Piano    
1 or 2 hours per semester, instructor’s consent  
121-122 321-322 421-422
Voice    
1 or 2 hours per semester, instructor’s consent  
131-132 331-332 431-432
Strings and Guitar    
1 or 2 hours per semester, instructor’s consent  
141-142 341-342 441-442
Woodwinds    
1 or 2 hours per semester, instructor’s consent  
171-172 371-372 471-472
Brass    
1 or 2 hours per semester, instructor’s consent  
181-182 381-382 481-482
Percussion    
1 or 2 hours per semester, instructor’s consent  
191-192 391-392 401-402

Each semester hour of credit in applied music represents one-half hour of private study per week. It is recommended that Organ students register for two hours of study.

   •  MUS 457 - Music Theatre Repertoire I
   •  MUS 458 - Music Theatre Repertoire II
   •  MUS 460 - Organ Construction and Design
   •  MUS 468 - Opera History (1600-Present)
   •  MUS 475 - Practicum in Church Music
   •  MUS 476 - Worship and Liturgies
   •  MUS 483 - Orff-Schulwerk Music Education I
   •  MUS 486 - Introduction to Kodaly Music Education I
   •  MUS 487 - Kodaly Music Education I
   •  MUS 488 - Kodaly Music Education II
   •  MUS 489 - Kodaly Music Education III
   •  MUS 498 - Senior Project (B.M. in Performance: Voice, with Emphasis in Musical Theatre)
   •  MUS 499 - Senior Recital (B.M. in Performance: Voice)

New Testament Greek

   •  GRK 101 - Elementary New Testament Greek
   •  GRK 102 - Elementary New Testament Greek
   •  GRK 201 - Intermediate New Testament Greek
   •  GRK 202 - Intermediate New Testament Greek
   •  GRK 305 - New Testament Greek

Nursing

   •  NUR 233 - Transition to Health Care Professions
   •  NUR 303 - Health Assessment-RN
   •  NUR 313 - Research in Nursing Practice-RN
   •  NUR 324 - Transition to Professional Practice-RN
   •  NUR 333 - Clinical Studies in Nursing
   •  NUR 336 - Clinical Studies in Nursing-Extern
   •  NUR 381 - Pharmacology
   •  NUR 382 - Health Assessment
   •  NUR 383 - Pathophysiology
   •  NUR 384 - Foundations of Nursing Practice
   •  NUR 385 - Foundations of Nursing Practice Clinical
   •  NUR 390 - Family Centered Care in Maternal, Newborn Nursing and Women's Health
   •  NUR 391 - Foundations of Nursing Research
   •  NUR 392 - Essential Concepts and Trends in Health Care
   •  NUR 394 - Health Maintenance and Restoration II
   •  NUR 395 - Clinical Reasoning in Nursing Practice II
   •  NUR 402 - Policy and Finance-RN
   •  NUR 415 - Nursing Management-RN
   •  NUR 435 - Community Health Nursing-RN
   •  NUR 444 - Christian Perspective on Ethics-RN
   •  NUR 482 - Synthesis-RN
   •  NUR 484 - Behavioral/Mental Health Nursing
   •  NUR 485 - Family Centered Care of Infants, Children, and Adolescents
   •  NUR 486 - Health Maintenance and Restoration III
   •  NUR 487 - Clinical Reasoning in Nursing Practice III
   •  NUR 488 - Nursing Inquiry and Evidence Based Practice
   •  NUR 489 - Health Policy and Finance
   •  NUR 494 - Health Maintenance and Restoration IV
   •  NUR 495 - Clinical Immersion in Nursing Practice
   •  NUR 496 - Population Health/Leadership and Outcomes Management
   •  NUR 498 - Community/Leadership Clinical
   •  NUR 499 - Professional Nursing Synthesis

Nursing Electives

   •  NUR 373 - Congregational Health Nursing
   •  NUR 443 - Cross-Cultural Nursing
   •  NUR 450 - The Professional Nursing Role as it Relates to Theories of Nursing
   •  NUR 451 - Special Studies in Nursing
   •  NUR 452 - Special Studies in Nursing
   •  NUR 453 - Special Studies in Nursing
   •  NUR 455 - The Professional Nursing Role and Legislation
   •  NUR 457 - The Professional Nursing Role and Nursing Management
   •  NUR 473 - Nursing Care of the Older Adult
   •  NUR 475 - Topics in Nursing History
   •  NUR 477 - Spiritual Aspects of Nursing
   •  NUR 483 - Health Care Terminology

Paralegal

   •  PLE 201 - Introduction to Law
   •  PLE 202 - Mississippi Legal Systems
   •  PLE 300 - Civil Litigation I
   •  PLE 301 - Civil Litigation II
   •  PLE 304 - Wills and Estates
   •  PLE 305 - Real Property Law
   •  PLE 320 - Family Law
   •  PLE 325 - Legal Research and Bibliography
   •  PLE 330 - Bankruptcy Law
   •  PLE 335 - Legal Writing
   •  PLE 350 - Critical Thinking and the Law
   •  PLE 400 - Law Office Management
   •  PLE 401 - Selected Topics
   •  PLE 402 - Selected Topics
   •  PLE 403 - Selected Topics
   •  PLE 410 - Paralegal Internship

Philosophy

   •  PHI 207 - Introduction to Philosophy
   •  PHI 211 - Introduction to Logic
   •  PHI 309 - Christian Ethics
   •  PHI 313 - History of Philosophy I
   •  PHI 314 - History of Philosophy II
   •  PHI 315 - Philosophy of the Christian Religion
   •  PHI 416 - Contemporary Philosophy
   •  PHI 419 - World Religions
   •  PHI 421 - Biomedical Ethics
   •  PHI 490 - Special Topics in Philosophy

Physical Activity PED Courses (non-academic)

A student is allowed two absences for activity classes.  Should a student obtain the third absence, they will not receive credit for the courses.  Limited make-ups will be allowed for emergency absences.  It will be necessary for the student to obtain permission from the instructor to make up periods missed.

Students may repeat activity courses, not to exceed 10 semester hours of non-academic courses which can be applied toward graduation. 

Students who enroll in Roller Skating or Scuba Diving will be assessed an additional fee for equipment rental.

AOS and MSL Leadership Lab 1-hour credit courses may be used to meet the physical activity requirement.

Students will be allowed to repeat varsity courses as often as they qualify in the particular sport up to four semester hours of credit.

Students who play varsity sports and wish to obtain non-academic credit must register for the course the semester they play the sport.  Credit cannot be given later.

   •  PED 101 - Beginning Running
   •  PED 102 - Advanced Walking
   •  PED 104 - Beginning Tennis
   •  PED 105 - Water Aerobics
   •  PED 106 - Deep Water Running
   •  PED 107 - Swimming
   •  PED 108 - Fitness Walking
   •  PED 109 - Roller Skating
   •  PED 110 - Aqua Power Step
   •  PED 111 - Karate Level l
   •  PED 112 - Fitness Cycling
   •  PED 113 - Water Walking
 

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