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    Mississippi College
   
 
  Sep 24, 2017
 
 
    
UNDERGRADUATE CATALOG 2017-2018

Course Descriptions


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Mathematics

   •  MAT 381 - Introduction to Numerical Methods
   •  MAT 401 - Mathematics Seminar
   •  MAT 405 - Introduction to Operations Research
   •  MAT 406 - History of Mathematics
   •  MAT 407 - Statistical Data Analysis
   •  MAT 413 - Linear Algebra
   •  MAT 421 - Modern Algebra
   •  MAT 426 - Advanced Calculus
   •  MAT 431 - Selected Topics
   •  MAT 432 - Selected Topics
   •  MAT 433 - Selected Topics
   •  MAT 441 - Methods and Materials for the Teaching of Secondary Mathematics
   •  MAT 452 - Applied Mathematical Problem Solving
   •  MAT 453 - Mathematical Statistics
   •  MAT 455 - Graph Theory
   •  MAT 460 - Introduction to Topology
   •  MAT 471 - Independent Study and Research
   •  MAT 481 - Numerical Analysis

Military Science Leadership

   •  MSL 101 - Foundations of Leadership and Management I
   •  MSL 102 - Foundations of Leadership and Management II
   •  MSL 103 - Leadership Laboratory
   •  MSL 104 - Leadership Laboratory
   •  MSL 201 - Applied Leadership and Management I
   •  MSL 202 - Applied Leadership and Management II
   •  MSL 203 - Leadership Laboratory
   •  MSL 204 - Leadership Laboratory
   •  MSL 301 - Advanced Leadership and Management I
   •  MSL 302 - Advanced Leadership and Management II
   •  MSL 303 - Leadership Laboratory
   •  MSL 304 - Leadership Laboratory
   •  MSL 401 - Semiar in Leadership I
   •  MSL 402 - Seminar in Leadership II
   •  MSL 403 - Leadership Laboratory
   •  MSL 404 - Leadership Laboratory

Ministry Studies

   •  MIN 201 - Foundations for Christian Ministry
   •  MIN 224 - Ministry of the Church
   •  MIN 300 - Essentials for Ministry
   •  MIN 302 - Christian Formation
   •  MIN 305 - Evangelism and Missions
   •  MIN 315 - Ministry to Youth
   •  MIN 316 - Church Administration
   •  MIN 403 - Church Leadership
   •  MIN 404 - The Development of Christian Worship
   •  MIN 410 - Faith Development
   •  MIN 490 - Special Topics in Ministry Studies

Modern Language, General

   •  ELL 100 - English Fundamentals for Non-Native Speakers
   •  ELL 101 - English Academic Communication for Non-Native Speakers
   •  MLG 205 - Cross-Cultural Understanding
   •  MLG 401 - Sociolinguistics and Dialect
   •  MLG 440 - Selected Topics
   •  MLG 450 - The Multicultural Classroom
   •  MLG 451 - Second Language Acquisition
   •  MLG 452 - Applied Linguistics
   •  MLG 453 - Methods and Field Studies
   •  MLG 470 - Senior Seminar

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
Composition    
1 or 2 hours per semester, instructor’s consent    
107-108 307-308 407-408
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 011 - Theory Lab (0 hrs.)
   •  MUS 044 - Worship Ensemble (0 hrs.)
   •  MUS 050 - Seminar in Music Education (0 hrs.)
   •  MUS 054 - Vocal Jazz Ensemble (0 hrs.)
   •  MUS 055 - Performance Lab (0 hrs.)
   •  MUS 056 - Jazz Ensemble (0 hrs.)
   •  MUS 063 - Stage Production (0 hrs.)
   •  MUS 066 - Piano Proficiency (0 hrs.)
   •  MUS 068 - Opera Workshop (0 hrs.)
   •  MUS 087 - Senior Worship Project (0 hrs.)
   •  MUS 091 - Symphonic Winds and Pep Band (Fall Semester Only) (0 hrs.)
   •  MUS 094 - Choctaw Chorus (0 hrs.)
   •  MUS 095 - Symphonic Winds (No Pep Band in the Fall Semester) (0 hrs.)
   •  MUS 096 - Music Theatre Workshop (0 hrs.)
   •  MUS 097 - Singers (0 hrs.)
   •  MUS 098 - Junior Recital (0 hrs.)
   •  MUS 099 - Senior Recital (0 hrs.)
   •  MUS 101 - Theory I (2 hrs.)
   •  MUS 102 - Theory II (2 hrs.)
   •  MUS 104 - World Music (3 hrs.)
   •  MUS 105 - Aural Skills I (2 hrs.)
   •  MUS 106 - Aural Skills II (2 hrs.)
   •  MUS 107 - Applied Composition (1 hr.)
   •  MUS 108 - Applied Composition (2 hrs.)
   •  MUS 109 - Popular Music and Society (3 hrs.)
   •  MUS 111 - Applied Organ (1 hr.)
   •  MUS 112 - Applied Organ (2 hrs.)
   •  MUS 121 - Applied Piano (1 hr.)
   •  MUS 122 - Applied Piano (2 hrs.)
   •  MUS 125 - Music Appreciation (3 hrs.)
   •  MUS 126 - Piano Fundamentals I (1 hr.)
   •  MUS 127 - Piano Fundamentals II (1 hr.)
   •  MUS 130 - Class Voice for Non-Majors (2 hrs.)
   •  MUS 131 - Applied Voice (1 hr.)
   •  MUS 132 - Applied Voice (2 hrs.)
   •  MUS 139 - Class Piano for Non-Music Majors (1 hr.)
   •  MUS 140 - Guitar Class (2 hrs.)
   •  MUS 141 - Applied Strings (1 hr.)
   •  MUS 142 - Applied Strings (2 hrs.)
   •  MUS 144 - Worship Ensemble (1 hr.)
   •  MUS 154 - Vocal Jazz Ensemble (1 hr.)
   •  MUS 156 - Jazz Ensemble (1 hr.)
   •  MUS 161 - Vocal Diction (2 hrs.)
   •  MUS 162 - Vocal Diction (2 hrs.)
   •  MUS 163 - Stage Production (1 hr.)
 

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