Jul 10, 2020  
2013-2014 Catalog 
    
2013-2014 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 
  
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    MAC 1105 - College Algebra


    3 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): MAT 1033 with a minimum grade of "C," or testing
    Topics include linear, quadratic, rational, radical, exponential, and logarithmic functions. Graphing and applications are emphasized. A graphing calculator is required. Credit is not given for both MAC 1105 and MAC 1106. If completed with a grade of "C" or better, this course serves to demonstrate competence for the general education mathematics requirement.

     
  
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    MAC 1106 - Combined College Algebra/Pre-Calculus


    5 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): MAT 1033 with a minimum grade of a "B," or appropriate CLM score
    Major topics of this course include: functions and relations including domain and range, operations on functions, inverse functions, polynomial, rational, and other algebraic functions, their properties and graphs; polynomials, absolute value, rational equations and inequalities; exponential and logarithmic functions, their properties and graphs; solving systems of equations and inequalities, matrices, determinants, piecewise-defined functions; conic sections; sequences and series; applications such as curve fitting, modeling, optimization, and exponential and logarithmic growth and decay; mathematical induction; binomial theorem and applications. A graphing calculator is required. Credit is not given for both MAC 1106 and MAC 1105, or for both MAC 1106 and MAC 1140. If completed with a grade of "C" or better, this course serves to demonstrate competence for the general education mathematics requirement.
  
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    MAC 1114 - Trigonometry


    3 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): (MAC 1105 or MAC 1106) with a minimum grade of "C," or appropriate CLM score
    Topics in this class include the real number system, circular functions, trigonometric functions, inverse relations and functions, trigonometric graphs, solutions of triangles and trigonometric equations, polar coordinates, and complex numbers. This course contains all of the features of trigonometry found in MAC 1147, with additional emphasis on applications. A graphing calculator is required. (May be taken concurrently with MAC 1140.) Credit is not given for both MAC 1114 and MAC 1147. If completed with a grade of "C" or better, this course serves to demonstrate competence for the general education mathematics requirement.
  
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    MAC 1140 - Pre-Calculus Algebra


    3 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): (MAC 1105 or MAC 1106) with a minimum grade of "C," or appropriate CLM score
    Topics in this class include the real number system, circular functions, trigonometric functions, inverse relations and functions, trigonometric graphs, solutions of triangles and trigonometric equations, polar coordinates, and complex numbers. This course contains all of the features of trigonometry found in MAC 1147, with additional emphasis on applications. A graphing calculator is required. (May be taken concurrently with MAC 1140.) Credit is not given for both MAC 1114 and MAC 1147. If completed with a grade of "C" or better, this course serves to demonstrate competence for the general education mathematics requirement.
  
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    MAC 1147 - Pre-Calculus Algebra/Trigonometry


    5 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): MAC 1105 with a minimum grade of "B," or appropriate CLM score and high school trigonometry
    This course is designed for students with strong mathematical backgrounds who need a refresher course before beginning the Calculus sequence. Topics covered are a combination of topics from MAC 1140 and MAC 1114. If completed with a grade of "C" or better, this course serves to demonstrate competence for the general education mathematics requirement. Credit is not given for both MAC 1147 and MAC 1114, or for both MAC 1147 and MAC 1140.

     

  
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    MAC 2233 - Calculus for Business and Social Sciences I


    4 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): (MAC 1105 or MAC 1106 or MAC 1140) with a minimum grade of “C,” or appropriate CLM score
    This course is designed for students in business and related studies that need calculus but not trigonometry. Included is a review of equations and inequalities and their applications, functions and graphs, and exponential and logarithmic functions. Major topics include the mathematics of finance, limits and continuity, differentiation and integration, and applications of these. A graphing calculator is required. If completed with a grade of “C” or better, this course serves to demonstrate competence for the general education mathematics requirement.
  
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    MAC 2311 - Calculus with Analytic Geometry I


    4 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): (MAC 1106 & MAC 1114 with minimum grade of “C” in each course) or (MAC 1140 & MAC 1114 with a minimum of “C” in each course) or MAC 1147 with a minimum grade of “C”
    This course is designed for students majoring in science, mathematics, or engineering. Topics include: limits, differentiation, and integration of algebraic, trigonometric, logarithmic and exponential functions and applications. This course is sequential with MAC 2312 and MAC 2313. A graphing calculator is required. If completed with a grade of “C” or better, this course serves to demonstrate competence for the general education mathematics requirement.
  
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    MAC 2312 - Calculus with Analytic Geometry II


    4 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): MAC 2311 with minimum grade of “C” or permission of instructor
    This course presents differentiation and integration of trigonometric and hyperbolic functions, special techniques of integration, improper integrals, sequences, infinite series, and analytic geometry in three-dimensional space. A graphing calculator is required. If completed with a grade of “C” or better, this course serves to demonstrate competence for the general education mathematics requirement.
  
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    MAC 2313 - Calculus with Analytic Geometry III


    4 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): MAC 2312 with a minimum grade of “C” or permission of instructor
    This course includes study of linear systems, matrices, partial derivatives, multiple integration, line integrals, polar coordinates, and vectors in the plane. A graphing calculator, TI-86, or equivalent, is required. If completed with a grade of “C” or better, this course serves to demonstrate competence for the general education mathematics requirement.
  
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    MAE 3320C - Teaching Methods in Middle School Mathematics with Practicum


    4 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Admission into the Bachelor of Science Program in Education or special permission from the Dean of the School of Education
    Prior to enrolling in any upper level course (course number beginning with a 3 or 4), students must complete the following courses with a grade of "C" or better: ENC 1101 English Composition I, ENC 1102 English Composition II, and three semester hours of college level mathematics; or permission from the appropriate academic dean.

    This course is required in the undergraduate Middle School Mathematics Education and Secondary Mathematics Education programs. Its major goal is to provide prospective middle school teachers the opportunity to develop concepts, skills, and pedagogical procedures for the effective teaching of mathematics in grades 6-9. To this end, the course will provide for an integration of mathematics content and the middle school philosophy while examining learning and teaching at this level. Such a course is recommended by the National Council Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM). This course includes a 35-hour practicum in a middle grades mathematics classroom.
  
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    MAE 3823C - Teaching Algebra in Middle School with Practicum


    4 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Admission into the Bachelor of Science in Education program or special permission from the Dean of the School of Education; EDG 4004, EDG 3410 and EDM 3230--all with a grade of "C" or higher.
    Prior to enrolling in any upper level course (course number beginning with a 3 or 4), students must complete the following courses with a grade of “C” or better: ENC 1101 English Composition I, ENC 1102 English Composition II, and three semester hours of college level mathematics; or permission from the appropriate academic dean.

    This course is required in the undergraduate Middle Grades Mathematics Education program. This course is designed to develop a background for the middle school mathematics teacher to understand the relationship between the brain and learning, the meaning of conceptual change, some of the historic symbolic language, the geometric terms used for shapes and simple relationships, the significance for readiness of abstract thought, and the importance of variety in teaching through presentations that utilize technology and connections to out-of-school experiences. The course will emphasize the constructivist approach and the teaching of solving problems mathematically. The course will utilize National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) Standards and Sunshine State Standards (SSS) in problem solving in algebraic and geometric applications as well as applications with basic numerical operations. This course includes a 35-hour practicum in a middle grades algebra classroom.
  
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    MAE 4330C - Teaching Methods in Secondary School Mathematics with Practicum


    4 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Admission into the Bachelor of Science Program in Education or special permission from the Dean of the School of Education
    Prior to enrolling in any upper level course (course number beginning with a 3 or 4), students must complete the following courses with a grade of “C” or better: ENC 1101 English Composition I, ENC 1102 English Composition II, and three semester hours of college level mathematics; or permission from the appropriate academic dean.

    Required: This course requires 35 hours of practicum in a 6-12 classroom setting over a minimum of ten weeks.
    This course is required for teacher candidates who are majoring in Mathematics Education. It is designed to prepare the teacher candidate for a successful internship experience by bridging the perceived gap between theory and practice. This course addresses the required instructional methods, techniques, strategies, resources and assessment considerations for effective teaching of secondary mathematics including pedagogy of early algebra, geometry, trigonometry and calculus through the use of problem solving, cooperative learning and appropriate technology.
  
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    MAE 4940 - Internship in Middle and Secondary Education with Mathematics Emphasis


    12 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Successful completion of all other coursework in the B.S. in Secondary Education Mathematics program of studies and/or permission from the Dean of the School of Education
    Prior to enrolling in any upper level course (course number beginning with a 3 or 4), students must complete the following courses with a grade of “C” or better: ENC 1101 English Composition I, ENC 1102 English Composition II, and three semester hours of college level mathematics; or permission from the appropriate academic dean.

    Required: The internship requires a minimum of 15 weeks in a 5-9 or 6-12 setting.
    This course requires teacher candidates to lead instruction in an area 5-9 or 6-12 mathematics classroom under the supervision of a trained clinical educator. Guided by the Florida Educator Accomplished Practices, ESOL Performance Standards, and ESOL K-12 Competencies and Skills, teacher candidates will write lesson plans, choose materials, conduct lessons, and manage student behavior during one semester of full day internship. Over the course of the internship, teacher candidates will conduct systematic inquiry about their work with students in 5-9 or 6-12 school settings and continually revise their classroom instruction and management through a cycle of reflective practice. The teacher candidates will also participate in a series of required mandatory seminars at Edison State College.
  
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    MAE 4943 - Internship in Middle Grades Mathematics Education


    12 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Admission into the Bachelor of Science in Education Program or special permission from the Dean of the School of Education; EDG 4004, EDG 3410, and EDM 3230--all with a grade of "C" or higher
    Prior to enrolling in any upper level course (course number beginning with a 3 or 4), students must complete the following courses with a grade of “C” or better: ENC 1101 English Composition I, ENC 1102 English Composition II, and three semester hours of college level mathematics; or permission from the appropriate academic dean.

    Required: This course requires teacher candidates to lead instruction in an area 5-9 mathematics classroom under the supervision of a trained clinical educator. The internship requires 15 weeks in a 5-9 classroom for the duration of the mentor teacher's contracted day.
    This course requires teacher candidates to lead instruction in an area 5-9 mathematics classroom under the supervision of a trained clinical educator.  Guided by the Florida Educator Accomplished Practices, ESOL Performance Standards, and ESOL K-12 Competencies and Skills, teacher candidates will write lesson plans, choose materials, conduct lessons, and manage student behavior during one semester of full day internship. Over the course of the internship, teacher candidates will conduct systematic inquiry about their work with children in 5-9 school settings and continually revise their classroom instruction and management through a cycle of reflective practice.  Teacher candidates will also participate in a series of required mandatory seminars at Edison State College.

     

  
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    MAN 1949 - Management Internship I


    3 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): 6 credit hours of discipline specific coursework (courses in the 1000 or 2000 levels with prefixes MAN, ACG, BAN, BUL, FIN, GEB, HFT, MAR, MKA, MNA, MTB, REE, RMI, SBM, SLS, TAX), each completed with a grade of “C” or higher; 15 completed program hours (in either AS Accounting Technology or AS Business Administration and Management) or permission of Dean.
    This course offers a cooperative program between Edison State College, students, and local employers.  This course requires verified work hours and a written summary report at the end of the work experience.
  
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    MAN 2021 - Management Principles


    3 credit(s)
    This course presents basic management principles and theory, including the history, progress and functions of management. The relation of management principles to operations and the management process in business are emphasized.
  
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    MAN 2582 - Introduction to Project Management


    3 credit(s)
    This course covers the skills to complete projects on time and within budget and the entire project life cycle from initiation and planning through execution, acceptance, support and closure. This is an introductory course in project management concepts, designed to prepare students to utilize project management techniques in the workplace. The course will prepare the student for further study in project management and related areas. The course will pay particular attention to the nine functional areas of project: scope, time, cost, quality, human resources, communication, risk, procurement, and integration and their relationship to initiation, planning, execution, controlling, and closing. Students should have computer literacy.
  
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    MAN 2949 - Management Internship II


    3 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): MAN 1949 with a grade of "C" or higher
    This course offers a cooperative program between Edison State College, students, and local employers/volunteer organizations.  This course requires verified work hours and a written summary report at the end of the work experience.
  
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    MAN 3046 - Leadership and Team Development


    3 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Prior to enrolling in any upper level course (course number beginning with a 3 or 4), students must complete the following courses with a grade of “C” or better: ENC 1101 English Composition I, ENC 1102 English Composition II, and three semester hours of college level mathematics; or permission from the appropriate academic dean.
    This course is an in-depth study of self-directed work teams and the team processes in the work setting. The course will focus on the leadership of teams for effective performance and member satisfaction. The course will also address the attitudes, behaviors and idiosyncrasies of team members.
  
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    MAN 3081 - Introduction to E-Business


    3 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): ENC 1101, ENC 1102, and 3 semester hours of college level mathematics
    This course is a survey of the various types of e-business and their economic, financial, accounting, ethical, legal and regulatory implications. The course will examine the impact of e-businesses on major traditional industries and examine how to build models leading to profitable businesses.
  
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    MAN 3120 - Organizational Behavior and Leadership


    3 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Prior to enrolling in any upper level course (course number beginning with a 3 or 4), students must complete the following courses with a grade of “C” or better: ENC 1101 English Composition I, ENC 1102 English Composition II, and three semester hours of college level mathematics; or permission from the appropriate academic dean.
    This is an applied leadership course with a focus on case studies, projects and group interaction, including theoretical background on group dynamics, small group behavior and motivation, power, types of groups, verbal and non-verbal communication skills, and teambuilding.
  
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    MAN 3301 - Human Resources Management


    3 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Prior to enrolling in any upper level course (course number beginning with a 3 or 4), students must complete the following courses with a grade of “C” or better: ENC 1101 English Composition I, ENC 1102 English Composition II, and three semester hours of college level mathematics; or permission from the appropriate academic dean.
    This course analyzes modern methods and theories in human resources management personnel administration. Topics include recruitment, promotion, performance evaluation, dismissal, and training.
  
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    MAN 3303 - Leadership and Management Practices


    3 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Prior to enrolling in any upper level course (course number beginning with a 3 or 4), students must complete the following courses with a grade of “C” or better: ENC 1101 English Composition I, ENC 1102 English Composition II, and three semester hours of college level mathematics; or permission from the appropriate academic dean.
    This course consists of a comprehensive study of contrasting philosophies of leadership, current theories of leadership, management and supervision, as well as current trends and issues for business managers. In addition, this course focuses on applications and cases for development of competencies.
  
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    MAN 3504 - Operations and Supply Chain Management


    3 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Restricted to students with majors in Public Safety Administration or Supervision and Management.
    Prior to enrolling in any upper level course (course number beginning with a 3 or 4), students must complete the following courses with a grade of “C” or better: ENC 1101 English Composition I, ENC 1102 English Composition II, and three semester hours of college level mathematics; or permission from the appropriate academic dean.

    This course provides detailed analysis of concepts in design and control of operating systems. Students will address issues in facility location and layout, work standards, quality control, MRP, planning and scheduling applied to production and service systems.
  
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    MAN 3641 - Organizational Research


    3 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Prior to enrolling in any upper level course (course number beginning with a 3 or 4), students must complete the following courses with a grade of “C” or better: ENC 1101 English Composition I, ENC 1102 English Composition II, and three semester hours of college level mathematics; or permission from the appropriate academic dean.
    This course introduces the student to methods and techniques used in public policy research and management to evaluate public programs from an empirically sound foundation.
  
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    MAN 4113 - Understanding and Managing Diversity- (I)


    3 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): ENC 1101, ENC 1102, and 3 semester hours of college level mathematics
    This course deals with questions, dimensions of style and structure, problems and paradigms of solutions that have come out of management experience of a changing workforce. Emerging styles of leadership among people of diverse cultural backgrounds will be explored as solutions, not as problems.

    (I) International or Diversity focus

  
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    MAN 4402 - Employment Laws and Regulations for Human Resources


    3 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Restricted to students with majors in Public Safety Administration or Supervision and Management.
    Prior to enrolling in any upper level course (course number beginning with a 3 or 4), students must complete the following courses with a grade of “C” or better: ENC 1101 English Composition I, ENC 1102 English Composition II, and three semester hours of college level mathematics; or permission from the appropriate academic dean.

    This course analyzes the federal and state regulation of the employment relationship, including wage and hour laws; EEO; and Affirmative Action programs. Students will address human resource issues such as: employee benefits, insurance, workers' compensation, safety, health, employees' personal rights, and collective bargaining legislation.
  
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    MAN 4701 - Business Ethics and Society


    3 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Prior to enrolling in any upper level course (course number beginning with a 3 or 4), students must complete the following courses with a grade of “C” or better: ENC 1101 English Composition I, ENC 1102 English Composition II, and three semester hours of college level mathematics; or permission from the appropriate academic dean.
    This course explores roles of personal, organizational, and societal values and ethics in society. Topics include exploration of individual ethics, values, and goals; the study of ethical behavior within organizations as it influences people, products, and the work environment; and the exploration of the appropriate roles of individuals, organizations, and government in society.
  
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    MAN 4720 - Strategic Management and Organizational Policy


    3 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Prior to enrolling in any upper level course (course number beginning with a 3 or 4), students must complete the following courses with a grade of “C” or better: ENC 1101 English Composition I, ENC 1102 English Composition II, and three semester hours of college level mathematics; or permission from the appropriate academic dean.
    This course examines strategic planning and work organization as well as the development of organizational policies and procedures. Topics include corporate planning, organizational analysis and design, change implementation, design and oversight of policies, determining organizational direction, developing organizational direction, developing organizational strategy, and evaluation and control and its application within an organization.
  
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    MAN 4915 - Management Capstone


    3 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): This course is intended to be for the last term. Students must be eligible to graduate the term they enroll in MAN 4915.
    Prior to enrolling in any upper level course (course number beginning with a 3 or 4), students must complete the following courses with a grade of “C” or better: ENC 1101 English Composition I, ENC 1102 English Composition II, and three semester hours of college level mathematics; or permission from the appropriate academic dean.

    This capstone course will provide the opportunity for students to demonstrate they have learned the material from the program and can apply it in the real world. It provides the student the opportunity to develop a plan to solve a problem dealing with management and organizational leadership issues of today. The student will complete a business simulation in which teams of students make decisions weekly and compete against other teams for the best organizational results based on strategies chosen using case analysis and course knowledge from many of the former studies of this degree program. Successful completion of the course requires demonstrating learning outcomes from core courses by passing a post test at the course end, preceded by a pre test at the course start, and additional individual instruction tailored to student needs. In addition, readings from current and classic business texts and articles will be used in class discussion.
  
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    MAP 2302 - Differential Equations I


    4 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): MAC 2312 with a minimum grade of “C”
    This course presents methods for finding solutions of first-order equations and some higher-order equations, the use of Laplace transforms, and finding non-linear solutions. A graphing calculator is required. If completed with a grade of “C” or better, this course serves to demonstrate competence for the general education mathematics requirement.
  
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    MAR 1949 - Marketing Internship I


    3 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): 6 credit hours of discipline specific coursework (courses in the 1000 or 2000 levels with prefixes MAR, ACG, BAN, BUL, FIN, GEB, HFT, MAN, MKA, MNA, MTB, REE, RMI, SBM, SLS, TAX), each completed with a grade of “C” or higher; 15 completed program hours (in either AS Accounting Technology or AS Business Administration and Management) or permission of Dean.
    This course offers a cooperative program between Edison State College, students, and local employers.  This course requires verified work hours and a written summary report at the end of the work experience.
  
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    MAR 2011 - Marketing


    3 credit(s)
    This course is a study of marketing principles and their relationship to product, price, promotion and distribution. The interrelationship between marketing and other business operations of the firm is included.
  
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    MAR 2141 - International Marketing and Business Practices


    3 credit(s)
    This course introduces students to the concepts of marketing which are unique to international business. Students investigate product development, channel systems, organizational alternatives, business practices and customs, and legal issues, as they relate to the world market.
  
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    MAR 2949 - Marketing Internship II


    3 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): MAR 1949 with a grade of “C” or higher
    This course offers a cooperative program between Edison State College, students, and local employers/volunteer organizations.  This course requires verified work hours and a written summary report at the end of the work experience.
  
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    MAR 3802 - Marketing for Managers


    3 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Prior to enrolling in any upper level course (course number beginning with a 3 or 4), students must complete the following courses with a grade of “C” or better: ENC 1101 English Composition I, ENC 1102 English Composition II, and three semester hours of college level mathematics; or permission from the appropriate academic dean.
    This course helps develop marketing knowledge and skills necessary for a successful general manager to interact with and problem solve in a functional team environment. Students will add to their understanding of marketing concepts including the development and implementation of a marketing plan. The course focuses on business to business marketing, marketing of services and global marketing.
  
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    MAS 3105 - Linear Algebra


    3 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): MAC 2313 with a grade of "C" or higher
    Prior to enrolling in any upper level course (course number beginning with a 3 or 4), students must complete the following courses with a grade of “C” or better: ENC 1101 English Composition I, ENC 1102 English Composition II, and three semester hours of college level mathematics; or permission from the appropriate academic dean.

    This course is an introduction to the basic concepts and theorems of linear algebra. It is a core requirement for the Secondary Education in Mathematics degree. It is intended to provide the future mathematics teacher with in-depth background knowledge.
  
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    MAS 4301 - Abstract Algebra I


    3 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): MAC 2313 with a grade of "C" or higher
    Prior to enrolling in any upper level course (course number beginning with a 3 or 4), students must complete the following courses with a grade of “C” or better: ENC 1101 English Composition I, ENC 1102 English Composition II, and three semester hours of college level mathematics; or permission from the appropriate academic dean.

    This course is an introduction to fundamental concepts of modern algebra. It is a core requirement for the Secondary Education in Mathematics degree. It is intended to provide the future mathematics teacher with in-depth background knowledge.

     

  
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    MAT 0018 - Developmental Mathematics I (*)


    4 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Testing or permission of the Dean, College of Career Readiness
    This course prepares the student for success in MAT 0028. Topics to be covered include whole numbers, integers, fractions and mixed numbers with signed numbers, decimals with signed numbers, order of operations, polynomials, linear equations, ratios and proportions, and percents. Applications of topics are used throughout the course. Successful completion of this course requires a grade of "C" or better.

    (*) Developmental credit only--does not count toward a degree or certificate.

  
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    MAT 0028 - Developmental Mathematics II (*)


    4 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Testing, MAT 0018, or permission of the Dean, College of Career Readiness
    Required: an exit test must be passed to exit this course
    This course prepares the student for success in MAT 1033, Intermediate Algebra. Topics to be covered include algebraic expressions, exponents, scientific notation, polynomials, factoring polynomials, graphing, linear and quadratic equations, rational and radical expressions, and units of measurement. Word problems and critical thinking skills are topics and concepts used throughout the course. Successful completion of this course requires a grade of “C” or better. An exit test must be passed to exit this course.

    (*) Developmental credit only--does not count toward a degree or certificate.

  
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    MAT 1033 - Intermediate Algebra


    4 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Testing or MAT 0028 (formerly "MAT 9020 or MAT 9024")
    This course is intended to prepare students for college level algebra courses needed to meet the State requirements for math competencies. This course should adequately prepare the student for MAC 1105 and provide a strong algebra foundation for higher level math. A graphing calculator is required for this course.
     
  
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    MAT 1949 - Mathematics Internship I


    3 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): 6 credit hours of discipline specific coursework (courses in the 1000 or 2000 levels with the prefixes IDS, MAC, MAP, MAT, MGF, MTG, STA, or MTB 1308), each completed with a grade of "C" or higher; 15 completed program hours (in AA General Education) or permission of Dean.
    This course offers a cooperative program between Edison State College, students, and local employers.  This course requires verified work hours and a written summary report at the end of the work experience.
  
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    MAT 2949 - Mathematics Internship II


    3 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): MAT 1949 with a grade of "C" or higher
    This course offers a cooperative program between Edison State College, students, and local employers/volunteer organizations.  This course requires verified work hours and a written summary report at the end of the work experience.
  
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    MCB 2010C - Microbiology


    4 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Minimum grade of “C” in (BSC 1010 and BSC 1010L) or testing
    This combined lecture and laboratory course is an introduction to Microbiology. It expands upon general biological concepts including: inorganic and organic chemistry, biochemistry, cell structure and function, metabolism, and genetic mechanisms. These concepts are applied to the morphology, physiology, biochemistry, and genetic mechanisms of microorganisms. The course includes a survey of the representative types of microorganisms and the role of pathogenic microorganisms in causing diseases and infections.
  
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    MGF 1106 - Mathematics for Liberal Arts I


    3 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): MAT 1033 or higher with a minimum grade of “C,” or testing
    This course is intended to introduce the beauty and utility of mathematics to the general student population. Topics include systematic counting, probability, statistics, geometry, sets, and logic. This course is designed for those students whose majors do not require the technical mathematics sequence. If completed with a grade of “C” or better, this course serves to demonstrate competence for the general education mathematics requirement. The geometry component of this course should meet the requirements of 6a-5.066(3)1, Florida Administrative Rules, for Education majors. It will enable the teacher to support the instruction of geometry and measurement as listed by the Sunshine State Standards.
  
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    MGF 1107 - Mathematics for Liberal Arts II


    3 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): MAT 1033 or higher with a minimum grade of “C” or testing
    This course is intended to present topics which demonstrate the beauty and utility of mathematics to the general student population. Topics include management science, linear and exponential growth, numbers and number systems, history of mathematics, elementary number theory, voting techniques and graph theory. This course is designed for those students whose majors do not require the technical mathematics sequence. If completed with a grade of “C” or better, this course serves to demonstrate competence for the general education mathematics requirement.
  
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    MHF 2191 - Mathematical Foundations


    3 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): MAC 2313 with a grade of "C" or higher
    This course is an introduction to axiomatic systems and techniques of proof. Emphasis is on preparing the student to read and write mathematical proofs and to work with abstract definition and axioms. It is a core requirement for the Secondary Education in Mathematics degree. It is intended to provide the future mathematics teacher with in-depth background knowledge.
  
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    MKA 1161 - Introduction to Customer Service


    3 credit(s)
    This course provides the student with the basic concepts and current trends in the customer service industry. Through actual case studies, the students analyze customer service strategies.
  
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    MKA 1511 - Advertising and Sales Promotion


    3 credit(s)
    This course reviews all phases of sales promotion including advertising, display, direct mail, radio and television. Emphasis is placed on creation of the message, selection of media, and the planning, coordinating, controlling, and evaluation of the campaign.
  
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    MKA 2021 - Salesmanship


    3 credit(s)
    This course is a study and analysis of the fundamental concepts of selling and the role of sales in today’s economy. Current techniques and vital principles of selling are taught. Opinions of sales executives, excerpts from job manuals, and company materials supplement the textbook.
  
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    MMC 1000 - Survey of Mass Communication- (**)


    3 credit(s)
    This is a course in developing media literacy skills. This introduction to mass communication is designed to provide an overview of American mass media, including historical, social, cultural, economic, political, and ethical perspectives.  Discussions cover the structure and organization of the major media--print, television, film, music, radio, and Internet--and include an examination of how industries and institutions of mass media affect our daily lives.  Students are encouraged to think critically about mass media, their effects, the forces that shape them, and the consumer's vulnerability to and power over media.

    (**) Offered if sufficient demand

  
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    MNA 1804 - Applied Technology


    9 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Successful completion of a full-time (900 or more clock hours) program at a career technical school. Completion and submission of the application along with official verification of program completion (transcripts and certificates of completion).
    This course serves as a vehicle to accept any applied technology program (900 or more hours) completed in any of the technical centers within the College District as specified in the Career and Technical Education Articulation Agreements.
  
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    MNA 2300 - Personnel Administration


    3 credit(s)
    This course is an introduction to personnel administration. Emphasis is placed on staff personnel activities and responsibilities of line management in personnel work.
  
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    MNA 2345 - Supervision


    3 credit(s)
    This course is designed to aid first-line supervisors in making a smooth transition from expert in a particular task to that of a supervisor who must produce results through the efforts of others.
  
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    MNA 3037 - Project Management and Planning


    3 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): This course is intended for students in the BAS in Supervision and Management Program. Special permission to enroll may be obtained from the Associate Dean.
    Prior to enrolling in any upper level course (course number beginning with a 3 or 4), students must complete the following courses with a grade of “C” or better: ENC 1101 English Composition I, ENC 1102 English Composition II, and three semester hours of college level mathematics; or permission from the appropriate academic dean.

    This course is designed to give the students an exposure in general project management concepts. This course is meant to provide students with a framework on which to build project management knowledge that relates to their specific subset of knowledge.
  
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    MNA 3039 - Project Management Certification


    3 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): MAN 2582, CTS 2142, or MNA 3037-- with a grade of "C" or higher, or instructor approval.
    Prior to enrolling in any upper level course (course number beginning with a 3 or 4), students must complete the following courses with a grade of “C” or better: ENC 1101 English Composition I, ENC 1102 English Composition II, and three semester hours of college level mathematics; or permission from the appropriate academic dean.

    Project management plays a key role in today's business. Customers demand more and better products and faster services. Cost and time-to-market pressures require ever greater levels of effectiveness and efficiency. Companies need individuals with project management knowledge and skills. This course prepares the student for the Project Management Institute CAPM Certified Associate in Project Management certification exam.
  
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    MTB 1103 - Business Mathematics


    3 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): MAT 1033 or higher mathematics with a minimum grade of "C"; or placement testing with a score higher than placement in MAT 1033
    This basic business mathematics course involves the study of fractions, decimals, and percents and their business applications related to discounting, retail mathematics, and business statistics. Emphasis is also placed on simple interest and the time value of money using compound interest, annuities, and amortization.

    Note: This course does NOT count as a math course for General Education.

  
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    MTB 1308 - TI Graphing Calculators


    1 credit(s)
    This is an introductory course in using the Texas Instrument graphing calculators currently approved by the Mathematics Department. No previous knowledge of the calculator is expected or required. This course is especially appropriate for those who wish to take advantage of the advanced features of the TI Series calculators. This course may be offered as a workshop or in a distance learning format.

    Note: A graphing calculator is required.

  
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    MTG 2206 - College Geometry


    3 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): MAC 2311 with a grade of "C" or higher
    This is a college geometry course emphasizing Euclidean Geometry and its relationships to logic, trigonometry from a right triangle perspective, and coordinate geometry. This course is intended to prepare students for upper level mathematics courses needed to meet the requirements for Secondary Mathematics Education degrees and for baccalaureate mathematics degrees.
  
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    MTG 3212 - College Geometry


    3 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): MAC 2312; and prior to enrolling in any upper level course (course number beginning with a 3 or 4), students must complete the following courses with a grade of "C" or better: ENC 1101 English Composition I, ENC 1102 English Composition II, and three semester hours of college level mathematics; or permission from the appropriate academic dean.
    This course presents the axioms, basic concepts, proofs and constructions of Euclidean geometry involving segments, angles, triangles, polygons, circles, parallel lines and similarity. Constructions are made using both compass and straightedge and interactive geometry software. The course also presents basic concepts of non-Euclidean geometries including hyperbolic and spherical.
  
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    MUE 1440 - String Techniques- (**)


    1 credit(s)
    This course presents basic principles and techniques of tone production, literature, reading and transposition applicable to string instruments.

    (**) Offered if sufficient demand

  
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    MUE 1450 - Woodwind Techniques- (**)


    1 credit(s)
    This course presents basic principles and techniques of tone production, literature, reading and transposition applicable to woodwind instruments.

    (**) Offered if sufficient demand

  
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    MUE 1460 - Brass Techniques- (**)


    1 credit(s)
    This course presents basic principles and techniques of tone production, literature, reading and transposition applicable to brass instruments.

    (**) Offered if sufficient demand

  
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    MUE 1470 - Percussion Techniques- (**)


    1 credit(s)
    This course presents basic principles and techniques of tone production, literature, reading and transposition applicable to percussion instruments.

    (**) Offered if sufficient demand

  
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    MUH 2018 - Jazz History and Appreciation


    3 credit(s)
    This course introduces jazz styles from a historical perspective. Lectures highlight the general characteristics of various jazz styles and artists and focus on listening skills which aid in an appreciation of jazz.
  
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    MUL 1110 - Music History and Appreciation- (I)


    3 credit(s)
    This course covers the materials, literature and practices of music, and consideration of its aesthetic purposes and social function. Development of listening skills and criteria of judgment are also presented.

    (I) International or diversity focus

  
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    MUM 2700 - Music Business


    3 credit(s)
    This course presents an introduction to the structure of the music business and the entertainment industry. Emphasis is placed on contemporary business practices. Topics include careers in the recording and performing fields, retail music merchandising, publishing, song writing and arranging, arts and artist management, professional organizations, copyright law and career development.
  
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    MUN 1120 - Edison State College Concert Band


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor; general proficiency playing a wind or percussion instrument which is part of the traditional symphonic band instrumentation.
    Emphasis on study and performance of literature written for the modern concert band. The ensemble is open to all students with permission of the instructor. Band students transferring as music majors are encouraged to enroll.
  
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    MUN 1210 - Edison State College Symphony Orchestra (**)


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor; general proficiency playing a string, wind or percussion instrument which is part of the traditional symphony orchestra instrumentation.
    Emphasis on study and performance of orchestral literature. The Ensemble is open to all students and community members.

    (**) Offered if sufficient demand

  
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    MUN 1310 - College Choir


    1 credit(s)
    This course covers the study, rehearsal, and performance of choral literature, with training in fundamentals of singing. Attention is given to general, cultural and humanistic considerations.
  
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    MUN 1340 - Vocal Ensemble- (**)


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor
    This course covers the study and performance of ensemble literature for various small groupings.

    (**) Offered if sufficient demand

  
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    MUN 1410 - Instrumental Chamber Ensembles: String


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor
    This course allows students to concentrate on specialized literature for small ensembles.

    Choices include:

    1. String Ensemble-- MUN 1410, 2410;
    2. Woodwind Ensemble-- MUN 1420, 2420;
    3. Brass Ensemble-- MUN 1430, 2430;
    4. Percussion Ensemble-- MUN 1440, 2440.

  
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    MUN 1420 - Instrumental Chamber Ensembles: Woodwinds


    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor
    This course allows students to concentrate on specialized literature for small ensembles.

    Choices include:

    1. String Ensemble-- MUN 1410, 2410;
    2. Woodwind Ensemble-- MUN 1420, 2420;
    3. Brass Ensemble-- MUN 1430, 2430;
    4. Percussion Ensemble-- MUN 1440, 2440.

  
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    MUN 1430 - Instrumental Chamber Ensembles: Brass


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor
    This course allows students to concentrate on specialized literature for small ensembles.

    Choices include:

    1. String Ensemble-- MUN 1410, 2410;
    2. Woodwind Ensemble-- MUN 1420, 2420;
    3. Brass Ensemble-- MUN 1430, 2430;
    4. Percussion Ensemble-- MUN 1440, 2440.

  
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    MUN 1440 - Instrumental Chamber Ensembles: Percussion


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor
    This course allows students to concentrate on specialized literature for small ensembles.

    Choices include:

    1. String Ensemble-- MUN 1410, 2410;
    2. Woodwind Ensemble-- MUN 1420, 2420;
    3. Brass Ensemble-- MUN 1430, 2430;
    4. Percussion Ensemble-- MUN 1440, 2440.

  
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    MUN 1710 - Edison State College Jazz Ensemble I


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor; general proficiency playing an instrument which is part of the traditional big jazz instrumentation.
    Note: The jazz ensemble is not an improvisation class.

    This course emphasizes the study and performance of literature for the modern big jazz band. Auditions are held for placement in performing or preparatory group.
  
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    MUN 2120 - Edison State College Concert Band


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): MUN 1120; permission of instructor; general proficiency playing a wind or percussion instrument which is part of the traditional symphonic band instrumentation.
    Emphasis is on the study and performance of literature written for the modern concert band. The ensemble is open to all students with permission of the instructor. Band students transferring as music majors are encouraged to enroll.
  
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    MUN 2121 - Advanced Concert Band


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Second semester of MUN 2120, or equivalent; permission of instructor; general proficiency playing a wind or percussion instrument which is part of the traditional symphonic band instrumentation.
    Emphasis is on the study and performance of literature written for the modern concert band. The ensemble is open to all students with permission of instructor. Band students transferring as music majors are encouraged to enroll.
  
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    MUN 2210 - Edison State College Symphony Orchestra- (**)


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): MUN 1210; permission of instructor; general proficiency playing a string, wind or percussion instrument which is part of the traditional symphony orchestra instrumentation.
    Emphasis is on the study and performance of orchestral literature. The Ensemble is open to all students and community members.

    (**) Offered if sufficient demand

  
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    MUN 2211 - Advanced Orchestra


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): MUN 2210; permission of instructor; general proficiency playing a string, wind or percussion instrument which is part of the traditional symphony orchestra instrumentation.
    Emphasis is on the study and performance of orchestral literature. The Ensemble is open to all students and community members.
  
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    MUN 2310 - College Choir


    1 credit(s)
    This course covers the study, rehearsal, and performance of choral literature, with training in fundamentals of singing. Attention is given to general, cultural, and humanistic considerations.
  
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    MUN 2340 - Vocal Ensemble (**)


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor
    This course covers the study and performance of ensemble literature for various small groupings.
    (**) Offered if sufficient demand
  
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    MUN 2410 - Instrumental Chamber Ensembles: String


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor
    This course allows students to concentrate on specialized literature for small ensembles.

    Choices include:

    1. String Ensemble-- MUN 1410, 2410;
    2. Woodwind Ensemble-- MUN 1420, 2420;
    3. Brass Ensemble-- MUN 1430, 2430;
    4. Percussion Ensemble-- MUN 1440, 2440.

  
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    MUN 2420 - Instrumental Chamber Ensembles: Woodwinds


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor
    This course allows students to concentrate on specialized literature for small ensembles.

    Choices include:

    1. String Ensemble-- MUN 1410, 2410;
    2. Woodwind Ensemble-- MUN 1420, 2420;
    3. Brass Ensemble-- MUN 1430, 2430;
    4. Percussion Ensemble-- MUN 1440, 2440.

  
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    MUN 2430 - Instrumental Chamber Ensembles: Brass


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor
    This course allows students to concentrate on specialized literature for small ensembles.

    Choices include:

    1. String Ensemble-- MUN 1410, 2410;
    2. Woodwind Ensemble-- MUN 1420, 2420;
    3. Brass Ensemble-- MUN 1430, 2430;
    4. Percussion Ensemble-- MUN 1440, 2440.

  
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    MUN 2440 - Instrumental Chamber Ensembles: Percussion


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor
    This course allows students to concentrate on specialized literature for small ensembles.

    Choices include:

    1. String Ensemble-- MUN 1410, 2410;
    2. Woodwind Ensemble-- MUN 1420, 2420;
    3. Brass Ensemble-- MUN 1430, 2430;
    4. Percussion Ensemble-- MUN 1440, 2440.

  
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    MUN 2710 - Edison State College Jazz Ensemble II


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): MUN 1710; permission of instructor; general proficiency playing an instrument which is part of the traditional big band jazz instrumentation.
    Note: The jazz ensemble is not an improvisation class.

    This course emphasizes the study and performance of literature for the modern big jazz band. Auditions are held for placement in performing or preparatory group.
  
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    MUN 2711 - Advanced Jazz Ensemble


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): MUN 2710; permission of instructor; general proficiency playing an instrument which is part of the traditional big band jazz instrumentation.
    Note: The jazz ensemble is not an improvisation class.

    This course emphasizes the study and performance of literature for the modern big jazz band. Auditions are held for placement in performing or preparatory group.
  
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    MUT 1001 - Fundamentals of Music


    3 credit(s)
    Designed for students with little or no previous musical training, this course presents an introduction to the reading and performance of music, including principles of notation, scales, triads, rhythms, and interpretive markings.
  
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    MUT 1111 - Music Theory I


    3 credit(s)
    Recommended: MUT 1111 be taken concurrently with MVK 1111
    This class presents a study of music fundamentals, and of diatonic and chromatic harmony, largely through the use of a four-voice chorale-style model. It is intended that MUT 1241/1242 be taken concurrently, and it is recommended that MVK 1111 be taken concurrently with MUT 1111.
  
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    MUT 1112 - Music Theory II


    3 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): MUT 1111, or consent of the instructor
    Corequisite(s): It is intended that MUT 1242 be taken concurrently with MUT 1112.
    A study of diatonic and chromatic harmony, continuing the sequence begun in MUT 1111. It is intended that MUT 1242 be taken concurrently with MUT 1112.
  
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    MUT 1241 - Sight Singing and Ear Training I


    1 credit(s)
    Corequisite(s): It is intended that MUT 1111 be taken concurrently.
    This course covers the development of aural skills in both diatonic and chromatic musical styles. The student develops practical skills necessary for reading, understanding, and performing music. Included are sight singing, melodic and harmonic dictation, and error detection. It is intended that MUT 1111 be taken concurrently.
  
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    MUT 1242 - Sight Singing and Ear Training II


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): MUT 1241, or permission of instructor
    Corequisite(s): It is intended that MUT 1112 be taken concurrently.
    This course covers the development of aural skills in both diatonic and chromatic musical styles. The student develops practical skills necessary for reading, understanding, and performing music. Included are sight singing, melodic and harmonic dictation, and error detection. It is intended that MUT 1112 be taken concurrently.
  
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    MUT 2116 - Music Theory III


    3 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): MUT 1112, or consent of the instructor
    Corequisite(s): It is intended that MUT 2116 be taken concurrently with MUT 2246.
    A continuation of the study of diatonic and chromatic harmony begun in MUT 1111 and MUT 1112 to include modulation and ninth chords, a survey of 20th century tonal practices, introduction to atonal and twelve-tone analysis, and an introduction to computer music notation. It is intended that MUT 2116 be taken concurrently with MUT 2246.
  
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    MUT 2117 - Music Theory IV


    3 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): MUT 2116, or consent of the instructor
    Corequisite(s): It is intended that MUT 2247 be taken concurrently with MUT 2117.
    Completes the four-course music theory sequence by continuing harmonic analysis of tonal music. Study of musical forms. A continuation of computer notation and an introduction to music sequencing using computer software. It is intended that MUT 2247 be taken concurrently with MUT 2117.
  
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    MUT 2246 - Sight Singing and Ear Training III


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): MUT 1241/1242, or permission of instructor
    Corequisite(s): It is intended that MUT 2116 be taken concurrently.
    This course covers the development of aural skills in both diatonic and chromatic musical styles. The student develops practical skills necessary for reading, understanding, and performing music. Included are sight singing, melodic and harmonic dictation, and error detection. It is intended that MUT 2116 be taken concurrently.
  
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    MUT 2247 - Sight Singing and Ear Training IV


    1 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): MUT 1241/1242 and MUT 2246 or permission of instructor
    Corequisite(s): It is intended that MUT 2117 be taken concurrently.
    This course covers the development of aural skills in both diatonic and chromatic musical styles. The student develops practical skills necessary for reading, understanding, and performing music. Included are sight singing, melodic and harmonic dictation, and error detection. It is intended that MUT 2117 be taken concurrently.
  
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    MUT 2641 - Introduction to Jazz Improvisation


    3 credit(s)
    Prerequisite(s): MUT 1121 and 1122, or permission of instructor
    This course provides an ensemble experience with emphasis on scales, chord structures, rhythmic patterns and chord progression--ordinarily a further development of the Jazz Ensemble experience.
  
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    MVB 1211 - 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 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 1212 - 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 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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