Course descriptions are listed alphabetically by subject prefix.  Each course description begins with a three letter subject prefix followed by a three – digit course number and the course title. The number on the right of each course description gives the semester credit hours for that course. If a course includes laboratory or other special activities, that information is contained in the course description.  Prerequisites are also listed.  A prerequisite is a course, experience, or other required preparation that must be completed before the student is permitted to enroll in the course.

Subject Prefix and Course Number
Course Name
Semester Credit Hours
Course Description
Cross Listed Course
Prerequisite(s)
MUC 101Woodwind Class for Non-Majors1Course required for freshman non-major woodwind
instrumentalists (piccolo, flute, clarinet, oboe,
bassoon, saxophone) participating in a large university
instrumental ensemble. Group instruction with emphasis
in instrumental performance techniques. May
be repeated once for credit.
Not ApplicableCo-requisite: MUP 381, MUP 382, MUP 383 or MUP
384.
MUC 103Upper Brass Class for Non-Majors1Course required for freshman non-major upper
brass instrumentalists (trumpet, cornet, French horn)
participating in a large university instrumental ensemble.
Group instruction with emphasis in instrumental
performance techniques. May be repeated once for
credit.
Not ApplicableCo-requisite: MUP 381, MUP 382, MUP 383, or MUP
384.
MUC 105Low Brass Class for Non-Majors1Course required for freshman non-major low
brass instrumentalists (trombone, euphonium, tuba)
participating in a large university instrumental ensemble.
Group instruction with emphasis in instrumental
performance techniques. May be repeated once for
credit.
Not ApplicableCo-requisite: MUP 381, MUP 382, MUP 383, or MUP
384.
MUC 107Percussion Class for Non-Majors1Course required for freshman non-major percussion
instrumentalists participating in a large university
instrumental ensemble. Group instruction with emphasis
in instrumental performance techniques. May
be repeated once for credit.
Not ApplicableCo-requisite: MUP 381, MUP 382, MUP 383, or MUP
384.
MUC 110Class Piano I1A study of the fundamentals of piano playing.Not ApplicableSatisfactory completion of Music Theory
Placement Examination and Piano Placement Examination.Prerequisite or concurrent: MUS 112, MUS 113.
MUC 111Class Piano II1A continuation of MUC 110.Not ApplicableMUC 110 or placement by Piano Placement
Examination. Prerequisite or concurrent: MUS
114, MUS 115.
MUC 209Jazz Improvisation2Open to non-music majors. Class instruction in the
development of individual jazz improvisational technique. May be repeated three times for credit.
Not ApplicableNot Applicable
MUC 210Class Piano III1A continuation of MUC 111Not ApplicableMUC 111. Prerequisite or concurrent: MUS 212, MUS 213
MUC 211Class Piano IV1A continuation of MUC 210Not ApplicableMUC 210. Prerequisite or concurrent: MUS 214, MUS 215.
MUC 250Jazz Piano1A study of jazz
piano techniques utilized in accompanying and improvising
jazz. Basic knowledge of music theory required.
Not ApplicableConsent of instructor
MUC 341String Instruments Class1Class instruction in
performance fundamentals of orchestral string instruments.
Not ApplicableMUA 262 or MUA 282
MUC 342Voice Class
1Class instruction in
vocal performance fundamentals.
Not ApplicableMUA 262 or MUA 282
MUC 343Woodwind Instruments Class1Class instruction in
performance fundamentals of woodwind instruments
of the band and orchestra.
Not ApplicableMUA 262 or MUA 282
MUC 345Brass Instruments Class1Class instruction in
performance fundamentals of brass instruments of the
band and orchestra.
Not ApplicableMUA 262 or MUA 282
MUC 347Percussion Instruments Class
1Class instruction in
performance fundamentals of percussion instruments
of the band and orchestra.
Not ApplicableMUA 262 or MUA 282
MUC 349Piano Pedagogy
1A study of the fundamentals
and techniques of teaching piano in groups
and to individual students of all ages.
Not ApplicableMUA 262 or MUA 282
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