Applied Music Requirements for Music Education Majors. The mm1mum num­ ber of earned units shall be twenty (including two units of Service Performance). Those whose principal instrument is 1. Organ: 12 units of organ, 3 of voice, 3 of piano. 2. Piano: 12 units of piano, 3 of voice, 3 of organ. 3. Voice: 12 units of voice, 6 of piano or organ (no less than two in either instrument). 4. An orchestral instrument: 12 units of the principal instrument, 3 of voice, 3 of piano and organ. (The principal instrument requirements of the Music Education course are pro­ portionately less than those of the Church Music course.) Music 351-352. SERVICE PERFORMANCE. Classes divided according to instrument. (A laboratory course designed to ac­ quaint the student with specialized problems of the music program as it pertains to his principal instrument.) MUSIC ENSEMBLES (Open to all students by audition) Coronation Choir. (2 hours weekly, ½ credit per semester). Performance of choral works representing various styles and periods. Orchestra. (2 hours weekly, ½ credit per semester). Rehearsal and participation in concert programs. Band. (1 hour weekly, ¼ credit per semester). Rehearsal and participation in performance for athletic and other college functions. Membership in the Coronation Choir or the Orchestra is required of all Music majors during their entire course of study. Each major must be a member of the Coronation Choir for at least two years.


Objective. The objective of this department is to acquaint the student with the principal problems and issues of philosophy, historical and contemporary. The courses in philosophy are designed to contribute to the general education of ·the student, to aid him in reflective thinking, and to contribute to an understanding of the persistent problems of our culture. 102. INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY. (3) An introduction to the problems, methods, concepts, and divisions of philosophy, designed to acquaint the student with the philosophic outlook and basic philosophic thought. 201. LOGIC. (3) Presentation of the nature of logic with various types of logical reasoning: inductive, deductive, syllogistic. Elementary introduction to the scientific method. 301 , 302. HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY. (3, 3) A study of the great philosophers and the great systems of philosophy from Thales to Hegel.

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