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MUS 639, 640. CHORUS. Open to all graduate students. Required of all vocal and keyboard graduate students. 1,1

MUS 641. SECONDARY CHORAL METHODS AND LITERATURE. Philosophy, pedagogy and literature appropriate to the choral art. Special emphasis on con- ducting problems, rehearsal techniques, and performance practice. 3

MUS 643. SCHOOL MUSIC METHODS. Methods and materials used by music teachers in grades 1-12. Special emphasis on problems arising from teachers’ needs. Prerequisite: School Music Methods Course. 3

MUS 645, 646. BAND. Open to all graduate students who play band instru- ments. Required of all instrumental graduate students. 1,1

MUS 651. PIANO LITERATURE AND PEDAGOGY. Principles of piano playing and application of these principles to an extensive selection of important compo- sitions. Teachers’ needs emphasized. 3

MUS 687. MUSICAL THEATRE. Production and staging of operas, operettas, Broadway musicals, and special programs. 3

MUS 689. INDIVIDUAL STUDIES. 3 MUS 690. THESIS. 6 AMU 601. WOODWINDS. 1-3 AMU 611. BRASS. 1-3 AMU 621. PERCUSSION. 1-3 AMU 631. KEYBOARD. 1-3 AMU 641. STRINGS. 1-3 AMU 651. VOICE. 1-3 AMU 690. GRADUATE RECITAL. 3

DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL SCIENCES Chemistry CHE 504. INORGANIC CHEMISTRY. 3 CHE 531. MODERN METHODS OF ORGANIC ANALYSIS. 4 CHE 534. ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY. 4 CHE 540. BIOCHEMISTRY. 4 CHE 541. BIOCHEMICAL METHODS. 3 CHE 546. PRINCIPLES OF PHARMACOLOGY. 3 CHE 560. INSTRUMENTAL ANALYSIS. 4 CHE 564. SCIENCE SEMINAR. 1 CHE 575. THEORETICAL CHEMISTRY. 3

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