Aug 25, 2019  
Undergraduate Day Catalog 2013-2014 
    
Undergraduate Day Catalog 2013-2014 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Courses


 

Journalism & Entertainment Media

   •  JEM 3623 - Journalism for the Web
   •  JEM 3653 - Digital Photography
   •  JEM 3663 - Fundamentals of Photojournalism
   •  JEM 4103 - Selected Topics
   •  JEM 4223 - Writing for Feature Film
   •  JEM 4293 - Advanced Screen Acting Workshop
   •  JEM 4483 - Advanced Film & Television Production
   •  JEM 4693 - Religion & the News Seminar
   •  JEMV 4713 - Internship in Media

Mathematics

   •  MAT 0993 - College Prep Algebra
   •  MAT 1153 - Intermediate Algebra
   •  MAT 1803 - Survey of Finite Mathematics
   •  MAT 1853 - College Algebra
   •  MAT 1863 - Trigonometry & Analytical Geometry
   •  MAT 2003 - Elementary Statistics
   •  MAT 2804 - Calculus I
   •  MAT 2904 - Calculus II
   •  MAT 2954 - Calculus III
   •  MAT 2963 - Differential Equations
   •  MAT 3253 - Discrete Mathematics
   •  MAT 3403 - Linear Algebra
   •  MAT 3454 - Foundations of Geometry
   •  MAT 3523 - History & Philosophy of Mathematics
   •  MAT 3553 - Number Theory
   •  MAT 3854 - Probability & Statistics
   •  MAT 4053 - Abstract Algebra
   •  MAT 4103 - Selected Topics in Mathematics
   •  MAT 4203 - Introduction to Mathematical Analysis
   •  MAT 4811 - Independent Project
   •  MAT 4812 - Independent Project
   •  MAT 4813 - Independent Project

Ministry Leadership Studies

*See Biblical and Theological Studies (BIB), Cross-Cultural Studies (CCS), Christian Social Ministry (CSM), and Student Ministries (STM) for other School of Ministry course offerings.

   •  MLS 2043 - Spiritual Formation
   •  MLS 2413 - Principles of Christian Leadership
   •  MLS 3003 - Conflict & Crisis in Ministry
   •  MLS 3093 - Leadership and Organizational Effectiveness for Ministry
   •  MLS 3103 - Theology & Ethics of Ministry
   •  MLS 3201 - Selected Topics in Ministry
   •  MLS 3202 - Selected Topics in Ministry
   •  MLS 3203 - Selected Topics in Ministry
   •  MLS 3204 - Selected Topics in Ministry
   •  MLS 3743 - Homiletics
   •  MLS 3783 - Life and Thought of Martin Luther King, Jr.
   •  MLS 4053 - Leading a Worship Arts Ministry
   •  MLS 4073 - Teaching for Character Formation
   •  MLS 4103 - Ministerial Care
   •  MLS 4213 - Education in the Church
   •  MLS 4713 - Practicum in Ministry

Military Science

   •  MSL 1001 - Foundations of Officership
   •  MSL 1020 - Basic Leadership Lab
   •  MSL 1021 - Basic Leadership
   •  MSL 2112 - Individual Leadership Studies
   •  MSL 2120 - Leadership and Teamwork Lab
   •  MSL 2122 - Leadership and Teamwork
   •  MSL 3203 - Leadership and Problem Solving
   •  MSL 3220 - Leadership and Ethics Lab
   •  MSL 3223 - Leadership and Ethics
   •  MSL 4313 - Leadership and Management
   •  MSL 4320 - Officership Lab
   •  MSL 4323 - Officership
   •  MSL 4402 - U.S. Military History
   •  MSL 4901 - Directed Independent Study

Music

Special Note on Fees: The Applied Music Fee is charged for every course registered.

APPLIED MUSIC
Instruction in applied areas of music performance is available to all PBA students either for credit or through the School's Preparatory Division. Applied music courses may not be audited; all applied music courses must be taken for credit. Persons seeking credit must meet certain proficiency standards in the applied area sought for study; if such proficiencies are not met, students must enroll in class study until the required proficiency level for private study is attained. Students who are not music majors or minors must complete an application with the appropriate applied division coordinator each semester prior to receiving registration confirmation; registration in a particular course does not guarantee instruction. All areas of applied music are offered in fall and spring semesters. An audition is required before credit will be given for study in an applied major area or applied principal area. If a student withdraws from an applied music course after the second week of classes, the applied music fee cannot be refunded. Applied music course numbers consist of the MUS prefix followed by a letter that indicates the particular area of instruction, as follows:

MUSI Instrumental Applied Music
Brass, woodwinds, strings, percussion, & guitar.

MUSK Keyboard Applied Music Piano and organ.

MUSV Vocal Applied Music
Course numbers are given for lower level and upper level study. Admission to upper level study is granted upon successful completion of the fourth semester jury and recommendation of the applied instructor. Each course number may be repeated for credit up to four times, for a total of eight semesters.

   •  MUS 0110 - Recital Seminar
   •  MUS 1021 - Introduction to Music Listening
   •  MUS 1041 - Introduction to Ear Training
   •  MUS 1043 - Introduction to Music Theory
   •  MUS 1113 - Tonal Harmony I
   •  MUS 1123 - Tonal Harmony II
   •  MUS 1131 - Musicianship Skills I
   •  MUS 1141 - Musicianship Skills II
   •  MUS 1213 - Computer Applications in Music
   •  MUS 1221 - Introduction to Music Education
   •  MUS 1301 - Guitar Class I
   •  MUS 1311 - Guitar Class II
   •  MUS 1321 - Piano Class I
   •  MUS 1331 - Piano Class II
   •  MUS 1341 - Voice Class I
   •  MUS 1480 - Piano Proficiency Exam
   •  MUS 1612 - Composition Seminar I
   •  MUS 1622 - Composition Seminar II
   •  MUS 2023 - Music Literature
   •  MUS 2113 - Advanced Harmony & Analysis
   •  MUS 2131 - Advanced Musicianship Skills
   •  MUS 2133 - Form & Analysis
   •  MUS 2141 - Musicianship IV
   •  MUS 2143 - Jazz Pop Theory
   •  MUS 2151 - Service Playing
   •  MUS 2162 - Music Appreciation
   •  MUS 2331 - Piano Class III
   •  MUS 2341 - Piano Class IV
   •  MUS 2480 - Studio Recital
   •  MUS 2521 - Accompanying I
   •  MUS 2531 - Accompanying II
   •  MUS 2611 - Jazz Pop Improvisation I
   •  MUS 2621 - Jazz/Pop Improvisation II
   •  MUS 2631 - Songwriting I
   •  MUS 2641 - Songwriting II
   •  MUS 3003 - World Music
   •  MUS 3013 - Computers in Music (Advanced)
   •  MUS 3021 - Opera Workshop
   •  MUS 3033 - Piano Literature
 

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