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Furman University    
University Catalog 
  Nov 21, 2017
University Catalog

Course Descriptions

Courses at Furman are typically identified by codes separated into three distinct parts. The first segment designates the academic subject of the course, the second component relates to the level of instruction, and the final element (when displayed) assists with the identification of the meeting times and location for individual course sections.

Credit bearing undergraduate courses typically are numbered between 100 and 599, graduate instruction is typically numbered between 600 and 999, while zero credit experiences frequently have numbers between 001 and 099. Undergraduates can further expect courses numbers to reflect:

100-299 introductory courses, geared to freshmen and sophomores
300-499 advanced courses, designed for majors and other students with appropriate background and/or prerequisites
500-599 individualized instruction, including internships, research, independent study, and music performance studies

Modern Languages and Literatures

   •  ARB-101 Beginning Arabic
   •  ARB-102 Beginning Arabic II
   •  MLL-050 Community Based Learning
   •  MLL-50 Community Based Learning
   •  MLL-120 Reading Literature in Translation
   •  MLL-150 The Rhine: Life on the Line
   •  MLL-221 Language and Identity: Spain
   •  MLL-235 French Cinema
   •  MLL-236 Nazi Cinema and Culture
   •  MLL-245 African Literature
   •  MLL-281 Natural Environment in German Lit and Thought
   •  MLL-350 Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages
   •  MLL-450 Teaching Foreign Language Methods, K-12
   •  MLL-501 Independent Study


   •  MUS-050 Recital Attendance
   •  MUS-051 Freshman Music Colloquium
   •  MUS-060 Symphony Orchestra
   •  MUS-061 Furman Band
   •  MUS-062 Furman Singers
   •  MUS-063 Men's Chorale
   •  MUS-064 Women's Chorale
   •  MUS-065 Chamber Choir
   •  MUS-066 Oratorio Chorus
   •  MUS-067 Jazz Ensemble
   •  MUS-068 Jazz Combo
   •  MUS-069 Brass Ensemble
   •  MUS-070 Woodwind Ensemble
   •  MUS-071 Percussion Ensemble
   •  MUS-072 String Ensemble
   •  MUS-073 String Quartet
   •  MUS-074 Saxophone Quartet
   •  MUS-076 Guitar Ensemble
   •  MUS-101 Introduction to Music
   •  MUS-102 Introduction to Jazz
   •  MUS-103 Classic Rock
   •  MUS-104 Voice Class I
   •  MUS-105 Voice Class II
   •  MUS-106 Piano Class I
   •  MUS-107 Piano Class II
   •  MUS-108 Guitar Class I
   •  MUS-109 Guitar Class II
   •  MUS-111 Basic Musicianship I
   •  MUS-112 Basic Musicianship II
   •  MUS-113 Composition Seminar
   •  MUS-120 Introductory Music Literature
   •  MUS-211 Basic Musicianship III
   •  MUS-212 Basic Musicianship IV
   •  MUS-220 World Music
   •  MUS-221 Music History I
   •  MUS-310 Form and Analysis
   •  MUS-311 Composition
   •  MUS-312 Orchestration
   •  MUS-313 Modal Counterpoint
   •  MUS-314 Projects in Music Technology
   •  MUS-320 Music History II
   •  MUS-321 Music History III
   •  MUS-325 Italian Arts and Culture
   •  MUS-327 The Alexander Technique and Body Mapping
   •  MUS-328 Introduction to Music Research
   •  MUS-330 String Methods
   •  MUS-331 Woodwind Methods
   •  MUS-332 Brass Methods
   •  MUS-333 Percussion Methods
   •  MUS-334 Guitar Methods
   •  MUS-340 Church Music Ministry
   •  MUS-341 Hymnology
   •  MUS-350 Fundamentals of Jazz Improvisation
   •  MUS-351 Applied Jazz Improvisation
   •  MUS-352 Basic Conducting
   •  MUS-353 Instrumental Conducting
   •  MUS-354 Choral Conducting
   •  MUS-355 Opera Performance Studies
   •  MUS-356 Lyric Diction I
   •  MUS-410 Tonal Counterpoint
   •  MUS-411 Contemporary Styles and Techniques
   •  MUS-412 Senior Project
   •  MUS-420 Literature of the Instrument
   •  MUS-421 History and Literature of the Instrument
   •  MUS-422 Music History and Literature Topics
   •  MUS-423 Survey of Choral Literature
   •  MUS-424 Beethoven's Ninth: Before and After
   •  MUS-425 Tuning Systems and the Aural Experience
   •  MUS-426 Symphonic Sojourn
   •  MUS-427 Opera Overload
   •  MUS-428 Impressionism in France
   •  MUS-429 The Music of John Coltrane
   •  MUS-430 Music for Elementary Classroom Teachers
   •  MUS-431 Vocal and Choral Methods
   •  MUS-432 Instrumental Music Methods
   •  MUS-433 Music Education Methods
   •  MUS-434 Elementary Music Methods
   •  MUS-435 Jazz Performance Methods
   •  MUS-440 Practicum in Church Music
   •  MUS-450 Vocal Pedagogy
   •  MUS-451 Piano Pedagogy
   •  MUS-452 Service Playing
   •  MUS-453 Analytical Encounters
   •  MUS-456 Lyric Diction II
   •  MUS-457 Rites of Spring: the Ballets Russes in Paris
   •  MUS-458 Engaging Music

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