Apr 22, 2021  
2013-2014 Catalog 
    
2013-2014 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 
  
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    MVB 1213 - Applied Music Instruction: Trombone


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor

    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Trumpet, French Horn, Trombone, Baritone Horn, or Tuba: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end-of-the-semester jury examination.

  
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    MVB 1214 - Applied Music Instruction: Baritone Horn


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor

    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in Applied Music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Trumpet, French Horn, Trombone, Baritone Horn, or Tuba: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end-of-the-semester jury examination.

  
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    MVB 1215 - Applied Music Instruction: Tuba


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor

    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in Applied Music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Trumpet, French Horn, Trombone, Baritone Horn, or Tuba: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end-of-the-semester jury examination.

  
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    MVB 1311 - Applied Music Instruction: Trumpet


    2 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor

    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in Applied Music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Trumpet, French Horn, Trombone, Baritone Horn, or Tuba: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end-of-the-semester jury examination.

     

  
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    MVB 1312 - Applied Music Instruction: French Horn


    2 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor

    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in Applied Music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Trumpet, French Horn, Trombone, Baritone Horn, or Tuba: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end-of-the-semester jury examination.

  
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    MVB 1313 - Applied Music Instruction: Trombone


    2 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor

    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in Applied Music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Trumpet, French Horn, Trombone, Baritone Horn, or Tuba: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end-of-the-semester jury examination.

  
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    MVB 1314 - Applied Music Instruction: Baritone Horn


    2 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor

    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in Applied Music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Trumpet, French Horn, Trombone, Baritone Horn, or Tuba: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end-of-the-semester jury examination.

  
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    MVB 1315 - Applied Music Instruction: Tuba


    2 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor

    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in Applied Music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Trumpet, French Horn, Trombone, Baritone Horn, or Tuba: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end-of-the-semester jury examination.

  
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    MVB 2221 - Applied Music Instruction: Trumpet


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor

    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in Applied Music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Trumpet, French Horn, Trombone, Baritone Horn, or Tuba: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end-of-the-semester jury examination.

  
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    MVB 2222 - Applied Music Instruction: French Horn


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor

    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principle instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities Communications and Social Science is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full-time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order, i.e. criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Trumpet, French Horn, Trombone, Baritone Horn, or Tuba: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end of the semester jury examination.

  
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    MVB 2223 - Applied Music Instruction: Trombone


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor

    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principle instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities Communications and Social Science is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full-time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order, i.e. criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Trumpet, French Horn, Trombone, Baritone Horn, or Tuba: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end of the semester jury examination.

  
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    MVB 2224 - Applied Music Instruction: Baritone Horn


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor

    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principle instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities Communications and Social Science is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full-time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order, i.e. criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Trumpet, French Horn, Trombone, Baritone Horn, or Tuba: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end of the semester jury examination.

  
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    MVB 2225 - Applied Music Instruction: Tuba


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor

    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principle instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities Communications and Social Science is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full-time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order, i.e. criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Trumpet, French Horn, Trombone, Baritone Horn, or Tuba: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end of the semester jury examination.

  
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    MVB 2321 - Applied Music Instruction: Trumpet


    2 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor

    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principle instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities Communications and Social Science is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full-time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order, i.e. criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Trumpet, French Horn, Trombone, Baritone Horn, or Tuba: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end of the semester jury examination.

  
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    MVB 2322 - Applied Music Instruction: French Horn


    2 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor

    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principle instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities Communications and Social Science is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full-time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order, i.e. criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Trumpet, French Horn, Trombone, Baritone Horn, or Tuba: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end of the semester jury examination.

  
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    MVB 2323 - Applied Music Instruction: Trombone


    2 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor

    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principle instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities Communications and Social Science is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full-time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order, i.e. criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Trumpet, French Horn, Trombone, Baritone Horn, or Tuba: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end of the semester jury examination.

  
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    MVB 2324 - Applied Music Instruction: Baritone Horn


    2 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor

    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principle instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities Communications and Social Science is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full-time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order, i.e. criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Trumpet, French Horn, Trombone, Baritone Horn, or Tuba: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end of the semester jury examination.

  
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    MVB 2325 - Applied Music Instruction: Tuba


    2 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor
    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principle instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities Communications and Social Science is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full-time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order, i.e. criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Trumpet, French Horn, Trombone, Baritone Horn, or Tuba: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end of the semester jury examination.

  
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    MVK 1111 - Class Piano I, II


    1 credit(s)
    This course presents elementary instruction in piano, emphasis on music reading, piano techniques, and piano literature.
  
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    MVK 1211 - Applied Music Instruction: Piano


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor

    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Piano, Harpsichord or Organ: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end of the semester jury examination.

  
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    MVK 1212 - Applied Music Instruction: Harpsichord


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor

    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Piano, Harpsichord or Organ: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end of the semester jury examination.

  
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    MVK 1213 - Applied Music Instruction: Organ


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor

    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Piano, Harpsichord or Organ: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end of the semester jury examination.

  
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    MVK 1311 - Applied Music Instruction: Piano


    2 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor

    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Piano, Harpsichord or Organ: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end of the semester jury examination.

  
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    MVK 1312 - Applied Music Instruction: Harpsichord


    2 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor

    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Piano, Harpsichord or Organ: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end of the semester jury examination.

  
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    MVK 1313 - Applied Music Instruction: Organ


    2 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor

    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Piano, Harpsichord or Organ: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end of the semester jury examination.

  
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    MVK 2121 - Class Piano III, IV (**)


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): MVK 1111 with a grade of "D" or higher, or permission of instructor
    This course presents elementary instruction in piano, emphasis on music reading, piano techniques, and piano literature.

    (**) Offered if sufficient demand

  
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    MVK 2221 - Applied Music Instruction: Piano


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor

    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Piano, Harpsichord or Organ: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end of the semester jury examination.

  
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    MVK 2222 - Applied Music Instruction: Harpsichord


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor

    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Piano, Harpsichord or Organ: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end of the semester jury examination.

  
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    MVK 2223 - Applied Music Instruction: Organ


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor

    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Piano, Harpsichord or Organ: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end of the semester jury examination.

  
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    MVK 2321 - Applied Music Instruction: Piano


    2 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor

    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Piano, Harpsichord or Organ: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end of the semester jury examination.

  
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    MVK 2322 - Applied Music Instruction: Harpsichord


    2 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor

    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Piano, Harpsichord or Organ: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end of the semester jury examination.

  
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    MVK 2323 - Applied Music Instruction: Organ


    2 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor

    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Piano, Harpsichord or Organ: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end of the semester jury examination.

  
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    MVP 1211 - Applied Music Instruction: Percussion


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor

    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    The course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end of the semester jury examination.

  
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    MVP 1311 - Applied Music Instruction: Percussion


    2 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor

    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    The course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end of the semester jury examination.

  
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    MVP 2221 - Applied Music Instruction: Percussion


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor
    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    The course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end of the semester jury examination.

  
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    MVP 2321 - Applied Music Instruction: Percussion


    2 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor

    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    The course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end of the semester jury examination.

  
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    MVS 1111 - Class Guitar I, II (**)


    1 credit(s)
    This course presents elementary instruction in guitar, emphasis on music reading, fundamental guitar techniques, and guitar literature.

    (**) Offered if sufficient demand

  
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    MVS 1211 - Applied Music Instruction: Violin


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor

    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Violin, Viola, Cello, String Bass or Guitar: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end of the semester jury examination.

  
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    MVS 1212 - Applied Music Instruction: Viola


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor

    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Violin, Viola, Cello, String Bass or Guitar: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end of the semester jury examination.

  
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    MVS 1213 - Applied Music Instruction: Cello


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor
    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Violin, Viola, Cello, String Bass or Guitar: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end of the semester jury examination.

  
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    MVS 1214 - Applied Music Instruction: String Bass


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor

    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Violin, Viola, Cello, String Bass or Guitar: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end of the semester jury examination.

  
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    MVS 1216 - Applied Music Instruction: Guitar


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor
    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Violin, Viola, Cello, String Bass or Guitar: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end of the semester jury examination.

  
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    MVS 1311 - Applied Music Instruction: Violin


    2 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor
    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Violin, Viola, Cello, String Bass or Guitar: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end of the semester jury examination.

  
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    MVS 1312 - Applied Music Instruction: Viola


    2 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor
    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Violin, Viola, Cello, String Bass or Guitar: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end of the semester jury examination.

  
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    MVS 1313 - Applied Music Instruction: Cello


    2 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor
    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Violin, Viola, Cello, String Bass or Guitar: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end of the semester jury examination.

  
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    MVS 1314 - Applied Music Instruction: String Bass


    2 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor
    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Violin, Viola, Cello, String Bass or Guitar: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end of the semester jury examination.

  
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    MVS 1316 - Applied Music Instruction: Guitar


    2 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor
    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Violin, Viola, Cello, String Bass or Guitar: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end of the semester jury examination.

  
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    MVS 2221 - Applied Music Instruction: Violin


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor
    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Violin, Viola, Cello, String Bass or Guitar: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end of the semester jury examination.

  
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    MVS 2222 - Applied Music Instruction: Viola


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor
    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Violin, Viola, Cello, String Bass or Guitar: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end of the semester jury examination.

  
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    MVS 2223 - Applied Music Instruction: Cello


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor
    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Violin, Viola, Cello, String Bass or Guitar: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end of the semester jury examination.

  
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    MVS 2224 - Applied Music Instruction: String Bass


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor
    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Violin, Viola, Cello, String Bass or Guitar: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end of the semester jury examination.

  
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    MVS 2226 - Applied Music Instruction: Guitar


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor
    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Violin, Viola, Cello, String Bass or Guitar: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end of the semester jury examination.

  
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    MVS 2321 - Applied Music Instruction: Violin


    2 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor
    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Violin, Viola, Cello, String Bass or Guitar: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end of the semester jury examination.

  
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    MVS 2322 - Applied Music Instruction: Viola


    2 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor
    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Violin, Viola, Cello, String Bass or Guitar: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end of the semester jury examination.

  
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    MVS 2323 - Applied Music Instruction: Cello


    2 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor
    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Violin, Viola, Cello, String Bass or Guitar: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end of the semester jury examination.

  
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    MVS 2324 - Applied Music Instruction: String Bass


    2 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor
    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Violin, Viola, Cello, String Bass or Guitar: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end of the semester jury examination.

  
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    MVS 2326 - Applied Music Instruction: Guitar


    2 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor
    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Violin, Viola, Cello, String Bass or Guitar: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end of the semester jury examination.

  
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    MVV 1111 - Class Voice (**)


    1 credit(s)
    This course presents fundamentals of singing, with emphasis on tone production and diction as applied to vocal literature. MUT 1111 and/or MVK 1111 are recommended to be taken concurrently.

    (**) Offered if sufficient demand

  
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    MVV 1211 - Applied Music Instruction: Voice


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of the instructor

    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

  
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    MVV 1311 - Applied Music Instruction: Voice


    2 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of the instructor

    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

  
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    MVV 2121 - Class Voice (**)


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of the instructor

    Continuation of MVV 1111.

    (**) Offered if sufficient demand

  
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    MVV 2221 - Applied Music Instruction: Voice


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of the instructor

    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

  
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    MVV 2321 - Applied Music Instruction: Voice


    2 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of the instructor
    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

  
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    MVW 1211 - Applied Music Instruction: Flute


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor

    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon or Saxophone: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end of the semester jury examination.

  
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    MVW 1212 - Applied Music Instruction: Oboe


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor

    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon or Saxophone: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end of the semester jury examination.

  
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    MVW 1213 - Applied Music Instruction: Clarinet


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor

    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon or Saxophone: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end of the semester jury examination.

  
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    MVW 1214 - Applied Music Instruction: Bassoon


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor

    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon or Saxophone: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end of the semester jury examination.

  
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    MVW 1215 - Applied Music Instruction: Saxophone


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor

    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon or Saxophone: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end of the semester jury examination.

  
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    MVW 1311 - Applied Music Instruction: Flute


    2 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor

    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon or Saxophone: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end of the semester jury examination.

  
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    MVW 1312 - Applied Music Instruction: Oboe


    2 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor

    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon or Saxophone: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end of the semester jury examination.

  
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    MVW 1313 - Applied Music Instruction: Clarinet


    2 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor

    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon or Saxophone: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end of the semester jury examination.

  
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    MVW 1314 - Applied Music Instruction: Bassoon


    2 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor

    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon or Saxophone: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end of the semester jury examination.

  
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    MVW 1315 - Applied Music Instruction: Saxophone


    2 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor

    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon or Saxophone: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end of the semester jury examination.

  
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    MVW 2221 - Applied Music Instruction: Flute


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor

    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon or Saxophone: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end of the semester jury examination.

  
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    MVW 2222 - Applied Music Instruction: Oboe


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor

    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon or Saxophone: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end of the semester jury examination.

  
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    MVW 2223 - Applied Music Instruction: Clarinet


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor

    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon or Saxophone: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end of the semester jury examination.

  
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    MVW 2224 - Applied Music Instruction: Bassoon


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor

    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon or Saxophone: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end of the semester jury examination.

  
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    MVW 2225 - Applied Music Instruction: Saxophone


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor

    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon or Saxophone: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end of the semester jury examination.

  
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    MVW 2321 - Applied Music Instruction: Flute


    2 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor

    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon or Saxophone: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end of the semester jury examination.

  
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    MVW 2322 - Applied Music Instruction: Oboe


    2 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor

    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon or Saxophone: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end of the semester jury examination.

  
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    MVW 2323 - Applied Music Instruction: Clarinet


    2 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor

    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon or Saxophone: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end of the semester jury examination.

  
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    MVW 2324 - Applied Music Instruction: Bassoon


    2 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor

    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon or Saxophone: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end of the semester jury examination.

  
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    MVW 2325 - Applied Music Instruction: Saxophone


    2 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor

    Applied Music is individual one-on-one voice or instrumental instruction which may be arranged for Edison State degree-seeking students of advanced accomplishments, especially those actively enrolled in the Edison State’s music program. Thirty minutes of private instruction per week equals one credit hour. It is recommended that music majors take weekly lessons in their principal instruments. Seats in applied music classes are limited. Permission of the District Dean of Humanities, Communications, and Social Sciences is required. These lessons are not intended for beginners.

    1. Full-time music majors have first priority.
    2. Full-time (12 hours) degree-seeking students have second priority; students who need a one-credit-hour course to “fill” their load do not qualify, nor do those who are just learning to play an instrument.
    3. Dual enrollment students and part-time students who are likely to become full time have third priority.
    4. Community members have fourth option on remaining seats, exclusive of those who have repeated a course more than once.

    All students enrolled in applied music lessons must receive approval and certification of demonstrated advanced accomplishment by the professor, the written permission of the District Dean, and must show evidence of having enrolled in an ensemble. The written permission shall designate the criteria (1, 2, 3 or 4 as listed above) under which the student is granted approval. Students must be accommodated in priority order; i.e., criteria one students have first priority, then criteria two students, etc.  A form will be provided for this process.

    Students enrolled in Applied Music are expected to enroll in a performance ensemble (choir, orchestra, jazz ensemble or concert band).

    Individual instruction on the Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon or Saxophone: the course presents representative techniques and literature for each specific instrument. The student progresses from one section number to another through end of the semester jury examination.

  
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    NUR 1010 - Introduction to Nursing - AS


    2 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Acceptance into the Nursing Program
    This course is the first course in the curriculum. The student is introduced to the client and to the health care environment, the nature of professional nursing, and professional standards in nursing. Basic concepts related to communication, family systems, recognition of cultural diversity, stress and adaptation, caring, client education, and teaching are introduced. Other topics addressed include: critical thinking and the nursing process, test taking, the NCLEX examination, and other available resources to support nursing education. The Edison State College Nursing Program’s philosophy, curriculum framework, and program outcomes are presented.
  
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    NUR 1022 - Fundamentals of Nursing - AS


    5 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): NUR 1010 and NUR 1142, both with a letter grade of "C" or higher
    Corequisite(s): NUR 1022L
    Students are introduced to the practice of the Associate Degree nurse and the role as provider of care, manager of care, and member of the discipline of nursing. Using the nursing process, students begin to assess human needs and the actual or potential problems that interfere with the client's ability to meet these basic needs. Students learn fundamental, technical, and interpersonal skills. Clinical experiences are provided in selected area hospitals and extended care facilities.
  
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    NUR 1022L - Fundamentals of Nursing Clinical - AS


    0 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): NUR 1010 and NUR 1142, both with a letter grade of "C" or higher
    Corequisite(s): NUR 1022, NUR 1023L
    Clinical laboratory experiences are provided in selected area hospitals with an emphasis on the adult and older adult. 
  
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    NUR 1023L - Fundamentals of Nursing Practicum - AS


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): NUR 1010 and NUR 1142, both with a letter grade of "C" or higher
    Corequisite(s): NUR 1022/1022L
    In this course students learn fundamental nursing skills and techniques for clients with uncomplicated medical-surgical alterations in health. These skills are demonstrated and practiced in the nursing practicum laboratory. Learning experiences include discussion, assigned readings, class demonstrations, and videos. This course may require some basic computer skills and CE6.
  
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    NUR 1060 - Health Assessment - AS


    2 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Acceptance into the Nursing Program
    This course presents an introduction to the concepts and skills of health assessment with a focus on normal physical assessment findings. The course is designed to assist students to integrate observations, inferences, and relationships among patient data when performing health assessments. Students will learn to apply various communication techniques to gather information regarding a client; they will also utilize inspection, palpation, percussion, and auscultation to examine a client’s body from head to toe. Through lectures, discussions, videos, and laboratory practice, students will be prepared to take complete health histories, perform physical examinations, and record data from same.
  
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    NUR 1060L - Health Assessment Lab - AS


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Acceptance into the Nursing Program
    This course presents an introduction to the concepts and skills of health assessment with a focus on normal physical assessment findings. The course is designed to assist students to integrate observations, inferences, and relationships among patient data when performing health assessments. Students will learn to apply various communication techniques to gather information regarding a client; they will also utilize inspection, palpation, percussion, and auscultation to examine a client's body from head to toe. Through lectures, discussions, videos, and laboratory practice, students will be prepared to take complete health histories, perform physical examinations, and record data from same.
  
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    NUR 1062 - Health Assessment and Skills - AS


    2 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Acceptance into the Advanced Placement Nursing Program
    Corequisite(s): NUR 1062L
    This course is part of the first semester in the Advanced Placement Nursing Program. Enrolled students are licensed practical nurses (LPN), paramedics, respiratory therapists (RT), and cardiovascular technologists (CVT). The course has a dual focus: (1) to assist students to integrate observations, inferences, and relationships in performing health assessment, and (2) to become proficient in technical skills at the level required for professional nursing. Students will learn communication techniques necessary to gather information regarding a client, physical assessment techniques needed to examine a client from head to toe, and procedures required for patient care. The course utilizes experiences in the classroom through lectures, videos, and discussions.

     

  
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    NUR 1062L - Health Assessment and Skills Practicum - AS


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Acceptance into the Advanced Placement Nursing Program
    Corequisite(s): NUR 1062
    This course is part of the first semester in the Advanced Placement Nursing Program. Enrolled students are licensed practical nurses (LPN), paramedics, respiratory therapists (RT), and cardiovascular technologists (CVT). The course has a dual focus: (1) to assist students to integrate observations, inferences, and relationships in performing health assessment, and (2) to become proficient in technical skills at the level required for professional nursing. Students will practice communication techniques necessary to gather information regarding a client, physical assessment techniques needed to examine a client from head to toe, and procedures required for patient care. A laboratory practicum is provided for the development of physical skills.

     

  
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    NUR 1142 - Introduction to Pharmacology and Math Calculations - AS


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Acceptance into the Nursing Program
    Medication administration requires specialized knowledge, judgment, and nursing skills based on the principles of pharmacology. The focus of this course is to introduce the student to the nurse’s role in the delivery and maintenance of safe and efficient drug treatment. Basic concepts of medication management are introduced. Content includes drug actions, systems of delivery, routes of administration, factors affecting drug action, ethical and legal concepts related to drug administration, and calculating medication dosages. This course may require some basic computer skills.
  
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    NUR 1204 - Transitional Nursing Concepts - AS


    5 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Acceptance into the Advanced Placement Nursing Program
    Corequisite(s): NUR 1204L
    This transitional course introduces the student to the Nursing Program’s philosophy, conceptual framework, and outcomes. The course includes content on the nursing process, legal and ethical issues, and expanded clinical skills. Using the nursing process, students assess human needs, alterations of human needs, and nursing interventions necessary to meet these needs. The student is introduced to the role of provider of care, manager of care, and member within the discipline of nursing. The course utilizes experiences in the classroom and clinical facilities to address nursing care of clients in acute care settings.

     

  
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    NUR 1204L - Transitional Nursing Concepts Clinical - AS


    0 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Acceptance into the Advanced Placement Nursing Program
    Corequisite(s): NUR 1204
    Using the nursing process, students assess human needs, alterations in human needs, and nursing interventions necessary to meet these needs. The student is introduced to the role of provider of care, manager of care, and member of the discipline of nursing. The course utilizes experiences in the clinical facilities to address nursing care of clients in acute care settings.

     

  
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    NUR 1211 - Adult Nursing I - AS


    7 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): NUR 1022/1022L, NUR 1023L, NUR 1060/1060L, BSC 1094C, ENC 1101--all with a letter grade of "C" or higher
    Corequisite(s): NUR 1211L
    Students continue to develop their roles as a member of the profession of nursing and as a provider of care to clients with uncomplicated medical-surgical alterations in health. Application of theory to practice is emphasized. Knowledge, techniques, and skills related to promoting, restoring, and maintaining health are taught. Learning experiences include the following: lecture-discussion and a scholarly paper. This course will require some basic computer skills.
  
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    NUR 1211L - Adult Nursing I Clinical - AS


    0 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): NUR 1022/1022L, NUR 1023L, NUR 1060/1060L, ENC 1101, BSC 1094C--all with a letter grade of "C" or higher
    Corequisite(s): NUR 1211
    Clinical experiences take place in acute care facilities and community settings to assist students to develop their roles as providers of care, managers of care, and professionals within the discipline of Nursing. This course will require some basic computer skills.
  
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    NUR 1511 - Introduction to Mental Health Concepts in Nursing - AS


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Acceptance into the Nursing Program
    NUR 1511, the first in a series of three devoted to mental health nursing, assists students to refine communication skills introduced in earlier nursing courses and to develop a beginning understanding of the dynamics of human behavior, as applied in mental health nursing and in the psychosocial sphere of general nursing care. Select mental health experiences and activities will be incorporated into NUR 1211L, Adult Nursing I (Basic Nursing students) or NUR 2424L, Maternal Nursing Concepts (Advanced Placement Nursing students). These clinical learning experiences will provide students with the opportunity to further develop their roles as provider of care, manager of care, and professional within the discipline of nursing. NUR 1511 may require students to utilize basic computer skills and computer-assisted instruction.
  
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    NUR 1932 - Nursing Seminar Advanced - AS


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Acceptance into the Advanced Placement Nursing Program
    This course introduces the student to concepts relevant to the nursing care provided in acute and long term care facilities. Students work individually and in groups on assignments pertaining to the following: cultural diversity, nursing process, nursing care plans, pharmacology, ethical-legal implications, and the teaching-learning process.
  
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    NUR 2140 - Advanced Pharmacological Concepts - AS


    2 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Acceptance into the Nursing Program
    Medication administration requires specialized knowledge, judgment, and nursing skills based on the principles of pharmacology. The focus of this course is to assist the student in applying knowledge of pharmacology and the nursing process to direct nursing decisions relative to safe drug administration and to ensure compliance with standards of practice. This course focuses on identification of drug classifications, drug interactions, calculation of dosages and solutions, and application of the nursing process to clinical situations. This course will require some basic computer skills.
  
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    NUR 2260 - Advanced Adult Nursing II - AS


    7 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Acceptance into the Nursing Program
    Corequisite(s): NUR 2260L, NUR 2530
    This course is an integrated study of complicated alterations in health in the adult client. It includes theoretical concepts relevant to adults experiencing complex medical/surgical health alterations, and the goal of restoration or maintenance of health.
 

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