School of Church Music

Academic Division

Composition

COMPN 1112 Arranging
Practical arranging for choral and instrumental ensembles. Idiomatic uses of harmony, melodic figures, voicing, textures, tonal colors, and notational elements will be covered. Prerequisite: MUTHY 1444 or permission of instructor.
Two Hours.

COMPN 1500 Composition Master Class
All students concentrating in composition will meet weekly with a member or members of the composition faculty. The class will include discussions, guest speakers, and performance and discussion of student works. Enrollment is required each semester the student is enrolled as a composition concentration. Students are expected to minister in the music program of a local church or organization.
No Hours.

COMPN 1512 M.A.C.M. Composition I
Private composition study for M.A.C.M. students whose applied area is composition. Composition department approval required. Master class required. Prerequisite: MUTHY 1424 or equivalent.
Two Hours.

COMPN 1522 M.A.C.M. Composition II
Continuation of Composition I. Master class required. Prerequisite: COMPN 1512.
Two Hours.

COMPN 1532 M.A.C.M. Composition III
Continuation of Composition II. Master class required. Prerequisite: COMPN 1522.
Two Hours.

COMPN 1592 M.A.C.M. Composition IV and Senior Recital
Private lessons for preparing and presenting a thirty-minute recital of the student's works. The recital should include works for voices and instruments in various combinations, representing the student's best writing. The student is responsible for securing performers and will be expected to perform or conduct a portion of the material presented. Master class required. Prerequisite: COMPN 1532.
Two Hours.

COMPN 4112 Arranging
Practical arranging for choral and instrumental ensembles. Idiomatic uses of harmony, melodic figures, voicing, textures, tonal colors, and notational elements will be covered.
Two Hours.

COMPN 4500 Composition Master Class
All students concentrating in composition will meet weekly with a member or members of the composition faculty. The class will include discussions, guest speakers, and performance and discussion of student works. Enrollment is required each semester the student is enrolled as a composition concentration. Students are expected to minister in the music program of a local church or organization.
No Hours.

COMPN 4512 M.M. Composition I
Private lessons in advanced composition stressing media and forms used in church music. Master class required. Prerequisite: COMPN 1592 or equivalent.
Two Hours.

COMPN 4522 M.M. Composition II
Private lessons in advanced composition stressing media and forms used in church music. Master class required. Prerequisite: COMPN 4512.
Two Hours.

COMPN 4532 M.M. Composition III
Private lessons in advanced composition stressing media and forms used in church music. Master class required. Prerequisite: COMPN 4522.
Two Hours.

COMPN 4542 M.M. Composition IV and Recital
Private lessons in advanced composition and the presentation of a fifty-minute recital of works for a variety of performing forces. The student is responsible for securing performers and will be expected to perform or conduct a portion of the material presented. Master class required. Prerequisite: COMPN 4532.
Two Hours.

COMPN 4562 Choral Arranging
Instruction in arranging for choral ensembles. Prerequisite: Completion of all assigned leveling work in music theory.
Two Hours.

COMPN 4572 Graduate Composition Seminar
Class study of advanced compositional techniques and topics in a seminar setting. Specific subject matter will vary with each offering of the course. Prerequisite: Completion of all assigned leveling work in music theory.
Two Hours.

COMPN 4592 M.M. Thesis in Composition
Upon completion of the required four semesters of private composition study and presentation of a composition recital, the student will demonstrate proficiency in composition by composing a large-scale sacred work to be presented to the composition department. A public performance of the work is encouraged but not required. Prerequisite: COMPN 4542.
Two Hours.

COMPN 4602 Analytical Document
Preparation of a document that examines the compositional process of each piece presented on the graduation composition recital. Two hours.
Two Hours.

COMPN 5512 Elective Composition
Private lessons for music students not concentrating in composition. Writing for vocal and instrumental media, including both solo and ensemble works. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor.
Two Hours.

COMPN 5522 Elective Composition
Private lessons for music students not concentrating in composition. Writing for vocal and instrumental media, including both solo and ensemble works. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor.
Two Hours.

Doctoral Studies for Composition

COMPN 7500 Composition Master Class
All students concentrating in composition will meet weekly with a member or members of the composition faculty. The class will include discussions, guest speakers, and performance and discussion of student works. Enrollment is required each semester the student is enrolled as a composition concentration. Students are expected to minister in the music program of a local church or organization.
No Hours.

COMPN 7512 Doctoral Composition I
Advanced study in private lessons for students holding a master's degree in composition or its equivalent. Master class required. Prerequisites: COMPN 4542 and COMPN 4592 or equivalent.
Two Hours.

COMPN 7513 Seminar in Advanced Orchestration
Scoring for orchestra and other large ensembles will be emphasized along with analysis and study of orchestration in representative works from the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. Prerequisite: Admission to the DMA program in Composition or permission of instructor.
Three Hours.

COMPN 7522 Doctoral Composition II
Advanced study in private lessons for students holding a master's degree in composition or its equivalent. Master class required. Prerequisites: COMPN 7512.
Two Hours.

COMPN 7523 Aesthetic and Theoretical Issues Since 1950
Exploration of developments in theory, aesthetics, and compositional procedures in the latter half of the twentieth century. Prerequisite: Admission to the DMA program in Composition or permission of instructor.
Three Hours.

COMPN 7532 Doctoral Composition III
Continuation of COMPN 7512-7522. Master class required. Prerequisite: COMPN 7522.
Two Hours.

COMPN 7533 Music for the Dramatic Arts
An examination of compositional techniques and styles used in writing for opera, oratorio, musical theater and film, including philosophical approaches and practical exercises in composing in the context of the dramatic arts. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor.
Three Hours.

COMPN 7544 Doctoral Composition IV and Recital
Continuation of COMPN 7532 and presentation of a sixty-minute recital of works for a variety of performing forces. The student is responsible for securing performers and will be expected to perform or conduct a portion of the material presented. Master class required. Prerequisite: COMPN 7532.
Four Hours.

COMPN 7552 Elective Composition
Elective private lessons in composition for doctoral students. Master class required. Two hours.
Two Hours.

COMPN 7572 Graduate Composition Seminar
Class study of advanced compositional techniques and topics in a seminar setting. Specific subject matter will vary with each offering of the course. Prerequisite: Admission to the DMA program in Composition or permission of instructor.
Two Hours.

COMPN 8016 Doctoral Dissertation in Composition
The student will compose a large work for performing forces chosen by the student and approved by the major professor. Performance of the work is encouraged but not required. The dissertation must be accompanied by a short literary document that explains the composer's compositional intent and creative process.
Six Hours.

Exams and Cont Enrollment

Doctoral Studies for Exams and Cont Enrollment

MUDOC 8010 Colloquium I
Colloquium is a gathering of scholars to explore salient topics in church music ministry, artistic missions, and worship. Colloquium I features a series of presentations by invited professionals from various disciplines. May be repeated.
No Hours.

MUDOC 8012 Colloquium I
Colloquium is a gathering of scholars to explore salient topics in church music ministry, artistic missions, and worship. Colloquium I features a series of presentations by invited professionals from various disciplines. May be repeated for credit.
Two Hours.

MUDOC 8020 Colloquium II
Colloquium is a gathering of scholars to explore salient topics in church music ministry, artistic missions, and worship. Colloquium II features a series of presentations by invited doctoral students from the School of Church Music and from various related disciplines. May be repeated.
No Hours.

MUDOC 8022 Colloquium II
Colloquium is a gathering of scholars to explore salient topics in church music ministry, artistic missions, and worship. Colloquium II features a series of presentations by invited doctoral students from the School of Church Music and from various related disciplines. May be repeated for credit.
Two Hours.

MUDOC 8040 Platform Leadership for the Musician
A practicum addressing all aspects of a worship leader's platform ministry and artistry, including public speaking, Scripture reading, public prayers, musical cues, transitions, and improvisation in corporate worship. Practical experience is gained through a worship lab and a chapel component. Need not be retaken for a second degree at Southwestern.
No Hours.

MUDOC 8050 IPA Proficiency Examination
When the IPA Proficiency Examination covering English, French, German, Italian, and Latin is passed, this course number will be posted to the transcript.
No Hours.

MUDOC 8060 German Reading Examination
When the German Reading Examination is passed, this course number will be posted to the transcript.
No Hours.

MUDOC 8070 Second Language Reading Examination
When the Second Language Reading Examination is passed, this course number will be posted to the transcript.
No Hours.

MUDOC 8080 Doctoral Qualifying Examinations
Written and oral examinations covering music history, music ministry, music theory, and the student's area of concentration.
No Hours.

MUDOC 8090 Doctoral Final Oral Examination
An examination covering primarily the dissertation or document and its general relation to the field of music.
No Hours.

MUDOC 8100 Doctoral Continued Enrollment
Doctoral enrollment for students who are not enrolled in coursework, research and writing, or doctoral examinations.
No Hours.

Music History

MUHST 1112 Music History I: Antiquity-Renaissance
A study of musical styles and genres from Antiquity through the Renaissance within their historical context. Detailed analysis of selected works. With one-hour listening lab.
Two Hours.

MUHST 1113 Music History I
A study of musical styles and genres from Antiquity through the Renaissance within their historical context. Detailed analysis of selected works. Prerequisite: MUTHY 1423.
Three Hours.

MUHST 1122 Music History II: Baroque-Classical
A study of musical styles and genres from the Baroque and Classical eras within their historical context. Detailed analysis of selected works. With one-hour listening lab. Prerequisites: MUTHY 1434 and MUHST 1112.
Two Hours.

MUHST 1123 Music History II
A study of musical styles and genres from the Baroque and Classical eras within their historical context. Detailed analysis of selected works. Prerequisites: MUTHY 1433 and MUHST 1113.
Three Hours.

MUHST 1132 Music History III: 19th Cent to Present
A study of musical styles and genres from the nineteenth century to the present within their historical context. Detailed analysis of selected works. With one-hour listening lab.
Two Hours.

MUHST 1133 Music History III
A study of musical styles and genres from the nineteenth century to the present within their historical context. Detailed analysis of selected works. Prerequisite: MUHST 1123.
Three Hours.

MUHST 3111 Music History Review I
An intensive study in the historical traditions of Western art music focusing on developments from Antiquity through the Baroque. For master's students not passing the music history placement exam.
One Hour.

MUHST 3121 Music History Review II
An intensive study in the historical traditions of Western art music focusing on developments from the Classical period to the present. For master's students not passing the music history placement exam.
One Hour.

MUHST 3133 Reading Music-Related German I
Designed to prepare doctoral students for the German Reading Examination by providing a basic understanding of German grammar, syntax, and vocabulary.
Three Hours.

MUHST 3143 Reading Music-Related German II
Designed to prepare doctoral students for the German Reading Examination by providing a basic understanding of German grammar, syntax, and vocabulary. Prerequisite: MUHST 3133.
Three Hours.

MUHST 4102 Introduction to Music Research
An introduction to the methodology of scholarly research and writing in music.
Two Hours.

MUHST 4122 Music From Antiquity through the Reformation
Historical survey of the philosophy and literature of church music from the Old Testament through the Reformation. Prerequisite: MUHST 4102 or consent of instructor.
Two Hours.

MUHST 4132 Music in the Baroque and Classical Periods
Historical survey emphasizing church and choral music. Prerequisite: MUHST 4102 or consent of instructor.
Two Hours.

MUHST 4142 Music in the Nineteenth Century
Specialized study in the music of the nineteenth century, focusing on historical context, style characteristics, and analysis of specific works. Prerequisite: MUHST 4102 or consent of instructor.
Two Hours.

MUHST 4152 Music in the Twentieth Century
Specialized study in the music of the twentieth century, focusing on historical context, style characteristics, and analysis of specific works. Prerequisite: MUHST 4102 or consent of instructor.
Two Hours.

MUHST 4162 Introduction to Musicology
An introduction to the philosophy and methodology of musicology. Prerequisite: MUHST 4102.
Two Hours.

MUHST 4182 Special Research in Music History
Independent research with faculty guidance. Prerequisite: MUHST 4102 and permission of instructor.
Two Hours.

MUHST 4194 M.M. Thesis in Music History
The preparation of a music history thesis under the supervision of a faculty member.
Four Hours.

MUHST 4212 Jazz History (Identical to JAZCM 4212)
An overview of the history and literature of jazz and jazz-related styles, with special attention given to prominent performers, composers, and arrangers and their contributions to the development of jazz. Open to all music students regardless of concentration.
Two Hours.

MUHST 4242 Seminar: History of American Church Music (Identical to MUMIN 4242)
A study of the philosophy and literature of American church music from colonial times to the present. Prerequisite: MUHST 4102 or consent of instructor.
Two Hours.

MUHST 4262 Seminar in Music History: Study in Musical Genre
Specialized study of a genre (e.g., concerto, sonata, symphony, program music) to be chosen by the instructor. Prerequisite: MUHST 4102 or consent of instructor.
Two Hours.

MUHST 4272 Seminar in Music History: Sacred Choral Masterworks
Specialized study of large-scale works from the Renaissance to the present. Prerequisite: MUHST 4102 or consent of instructor.
Two Hours.

MUHST 4282 Seminar in Music History: Study of a Master Composer
Specialized study of the life and works of a specific composer (e.g., Mozart, Beethoven, Brahms, Stravinsky) to be chosen by the instructor. Prerequisite: MUHST 4102 or consent of instructor.
Two Hours.

Doctoral Studies for Music History

MUHST 7013 Reading Music-Related German I
Designed to prepare doctoral students for the German Reading Examination by providing a basic understanding of German grammar, syntax, and vocabulary.
Three Hours.

MUHST 7023 Reading Music-Related German II
Designed to prepare doctoral students for the German Reading Examination by providing a basic understanding of German grammar, syntax, and vocabulary. Prerequisite: MUHST 3133 or MUHST 7013.
Three Hours.

MUHST 7103 The Craft of Scholarly Writing
Advanced preparation for the dissertation, focusing on scholarly precision and literary elegance through reading current scholarly literature, writing sample papers, and editing the works of others. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor.
Three Hours.

MUHST 7113 Renaissance Music
Specialized study in the music of the Renaissance. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor.
Three Hours.

MUHST 7123 Baroque Music
Specialized study in the music of the Baroque era. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor.
Three Hours.

MUHST 7133 Classical Music
Specialized study in the music of the Classical period. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor.
Three Hours.

MUHST 7143 Nineteenth-Century Music
Specialized study in the music of the nineteenth century. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor.
Three Hours.

MUHST 7153 Twentieth-Century Music
Specialized study in the music of the twentieth century. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor.
Three Hours.

MUHST 7163 Current Methods in Musicology
Directed reading in current methods of criticism and scholarship in the field of musicology. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor.
Three Hours.

MUHST 7173 The Music of J. S. Bach
Seminar on the works of J. S. Bach and their historical background. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor.
Three Hours.

MUHST 7183 Special Research in Music History
Independent research with faculty guidance. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor.
Three Hours.

MUHST 8016 Doctoral Dissertation in Musicology
The preparation of a dissertation in musicology under the supervision of a faculty member.
Six Hours.

Music Ministry

MUMIN 3351 Supervised Music Ministry and Project
A program designed to involve the student in the on-going ministry of music in a local church either as a paid staff member or volunteer participant. Through this course the student will discover, develop, and evaluate skills for future ministry. The student will write a formal paper as a capstone project for the Master of Music in Church Music degree. Prerequisite: completion of twenty hours of coursework.
One Hour.

MUMIN 3360 Platform Leadership for the Musician
A practicum addressing all aspects of a worship leader's platform ministry and artistry, including public speaking, Scripture reading, public prayers, musical cues, transitions, and improvisation in corporate worship. Practical experience is gained through a worship lab and a chapel component. Need not be retaken for a second degree at Southwestern. Co-requisite: MUMIN 3362.
No Hours.

MUMIN 3362 Worship
A survey of the scriptural, theological, and historical foundations of corporate worship. Students are expected to minister in the music program of a local church or organization. Co-requisite: MUMIN 3360 Platform Leadership for the Musician.
Two Hours.

MUMIN 3371 Music in Missions Lab
A practical application of the content of MUMIN 3372 Music in Missions consisting of a local or international music mission trip between semesters. Co-requisite: MUMIN 3372.
One Hour.

MUMIN 3372 Music in Missions
A survey of the functions of music in missions outreach, communicative method in music evangelism, elementary principles of training and promotion, and the role of indigenous music in missions.
Two Hours.

MUMIN 3900 Supervised Music Missions Project
Under faculty supervision the student will design, develop, and implement a program in which music is the main tool for evangelism, church planting, and/or church growth. A formal paper will evaluate this capstone project and its outcomes.
No Hours.

MUMIN 3922 Ethnomusicology and Culture
An overview of the major issues and scholars in the field of ethnomusicology, with special emphasis on studies of the role of music in culture. Practical applications to cross-cultural music ministry are illustrated.
Two Hours.

MUMIN 4213 Biblical Foundations of Worship and Culture
A survey of the scriptural, theological, and historical foundations of corporate worship combined with the study of culture and cultural engagement. Taught in a one-week intensive format with prior online preparation and a subsequent final project. Enrollment limited to students in the Master of Arts in Worship program.
Three Hours.

MUMIN 4222 Congregational Song
A study of the history of the church's corporate song in its biblical, theological, and musical dimensions from the early church to the present day. Students are expected to minister in the music program of a local church or organization.
Two Hours.

MUMIN 4223 Congregational Song: Ancient and Future
A study of the history and literature of the church's corporate song from the early church to the present day. Taught in a one-week intensive format with prior online preparation and a subsequent final project. Enrollment limited to students in the Master of Arts in Worship program.
Three Hours.

MUMIN 4224 Congregational Song: Ancient and Future
A study of the history and literature of the church's corporate song from the early church to the present day. Taught in a one-week intensive format with prior online preparation and a subsequent final project. Enrollment limited to students in the Master of Arts in Worship program.
Four Hours.

MUMIN 4233 Dynamics of Worship and Philosophy
An exploration of philosophical thought concerning music, worship, and the worship arts in culture. Particular attention is given to recent movements within the worship area of study. Taught in a one-week intensive format with prior online preparation and a subsequent final project. Enrollment limited to students in the Master of Arts in Worship program.
Three Hours.

MUMIN 4234 Dynamics of Worship and Philosophy
An exploration of philosophical thought concerning music, worship, and the worship arts in culture. Particular attention is given to recent movements within the worship area of study. Taught in a one-week intensive format with prior online preparation and a subsequent final project. Enrollment limited to students in the Master of Arts in Worship program.
Four Hours.

MUMIN 4242 History of American Church Music (Identical to MUHST 4242)
A study of the philosophy and literature of American church music from colonial times to the present. Prerequisite: MUHST 4102.
Two Hours.

MUMIN 4243 Worship Arts: Authentic Expression of Faith
A study of planning corporate worship, utilizing the arts in worship, and leading worship. The course includes developing a biblically based approach to the daily ministerial responsibilities of a servant leader who is vocationally called to be a worship pastor. Taught in a one-week intensive format with prior online preparation and a subsequent final project. Enrollment limited to students in the Master of Arts in Worship program.
Three Hours.

MUMIN 4252 Worship Ministry Project
As part of the requirements for the Master of Arts in Worship, students will meet with a faculty supervisor to design, conduct, and complete a worship ministry project. Depending on the student's goals, the project may be a practical ministry project or a formal research thesis. Enrollment limited to students in the Master of Arts in Worship program.
Two Hours.

MUMIN 4262 Comparative Liturgies
A survey of the great liturgical traditions and the forms of music associated with the Eastern and Western Church and the community of their musical practices from the early post-biblical period to their relationship to Christian worship in the present day. Prerequisite: MUMIN 3362.
Two Hours.

MUMIN 4282 Special Research in Church Music
Independent study of a topic chosen in conjunction with an assigned faculty member. Course may be taken only upon approval of Music Ministry department faculty.
Two Hours.

MUMIN 4294 M.M. Thesis in Church Music
The preparation of a thesis in church music under the supervision of a faculty member.
Four Hours.

MUMIN 4312 Philosophy in Music Ministry
An exploration of philosophical thought concerning worship/arts in culture, nurture/discipleship, and missions/evangelism in artistic ministry. The ultimate goal of the course is for the student to develop a guiding philosophy of church music ministry. Students are expected to minister in the music program of a local church or organization. Recommended prerequisites: MUMIN 3362 and MUMIN 4222.
Two Hours.

MUMIN 4340 Children's Choir Lab
Laboratory teaching experience for MUMIN 4342. May be repeated.
No Hours.

MUMIN 4342 Church Music Education I
A survey and analysis of educational philosophies influencing church music education and the development of sequential learning in music activity groups and choirs for children, youth, and adults. Specific emphasis is given to educational methods and materials and appropriate literature for the development of children's choirs in a local church music ministry. Co-requisite: MUMIN 4340. Prerequisite: MUTHY 1423.
Two Hours.

MUMIN 4352 Church Music Education II
A study of educational methods and materials and appropriate choral literature useful for the development of youth, adult, and senior adult choirs in a local church music ministry. Prerequisite: MUMIN 4342.
Two Hours.

MUMIN 4362 Issues in Church Music Education
A study of special topics related to church music education. In-depth studies include theories of instruction, curriculum design and assessment, music in early childhood, music technology, multiculturalism and music, and fine arts integration. Prerequisite: MUMIN 4352.
Two Hours.

MUMIN 4372 Current Issues and Research in Church Music Ministry
An exploration of current issues and new research related to corporate worship and worship arts administration. Prerequisite: MUMIN 4322.
Two Hours.

MUMIN 4411 Directed Teaching in Children's Music Education
Under the supervision of the professor, students plan, prepare, and teach during one semester in the Seminary Children's Choir, acquiring pedagogical skills and administrative experience. Prerequisites: MUMIN 4342 and MUMIN 4352.
One Hour.

MUMIN 4413 Bib Foundations of Church Music
A survey of the biblical and theological foundations of church music. Students will learn principles from the Old and New Testaments as well as theological perspectives that impact the philosophy and practice of church music ministry. Enrollment limited to students in the Leadership Certificate in Church Music Ministry program.
Three Hours.

MUMIN 4421 Directed Teaching in Early Childhood Music Education
Under the supervision of the professor, students plan, prepare, and teach during one semester in an early childhood setting, gaining pedagogical skills and administrative experience. Prerequisites: MUMIN 4342 and MUMIN 4352.
One Hour.

MUMIN 4423 Corporate Ministry of Song
A study of the church's corporate song in its biblical, theological, and musical dimensions. Students will be taught how to evaluate congregational songs from a biblical and musical perspective and lead them in the local church. Enrollment limited to students in the Leadership Certificate in Church Music Ministry program.
Three Hours.

MUMIN 4433 Church Music Ministry Skills
This course is designed to assist the church musician in developing a biblically based approach to the daily ministerial responsibilities and demands that govern the life of a servant leader and prepare the leader for his or her various roles as an active church musician. Enrollment limited to students in the Leadership Certificate in Church Music Ministry program.
Three Hours.

MUMIN 4441 Church Music Education Internship and Research Project
Under the supervision of the professor and a mentor in music ministry in a local church, students complete a capstone project whereby they (1) serve as a staff member or as a volunteer participant in the ministry of music in a local church and (2) plan and conduct a music education research study in a children's, youth, or adult choir. Prerequisite: MUMIN 4342.
One Hour.

MUMIN 4442 Hebrew and Early Christian Worship
A study of the forms, writings, philosophies, and music of Hebrew and Early Christian Worship. Prerequisite: MUMIN 3362.
Two Hours.

MUMIN 4452 Worship in Reformation and Revival
A study of the philosophy, music, and forms used in corporate worship during the Reformation and revivals of the church. Prerequisite: MUMIN 3362.
Two Hours.

MUMIN 4461 Orff Approved Training
Students will complete a workshop through an AOSA-Approved Orff Schulwerk teacher education course. Prerequisite: Consent of department.
One Hour.

MUMIN 4471 Kodály Endorsed Training
Students will complete a workshop through an OAKE-endorsed teacher education program. Prerequisite: Consent of department.
One Hour.

MUMIN 4472 Worship in Korea
An exploration of the history and current developments of Christian worship in Korea. Prerequisite: MUMIN 3362.
Two Hours.

MUMIN 4481 Dalcroze Recognized Training
Students will complete a workshop through a recognized Dalcroze training center. Prerequisite: Consent of department.
One Hour.

MUMIN 4510 Summer Leadership Project
Students assume leadership roles in summer music camps offered by the School of Church Music.
No Hours.

MUMIN 4511 Practicum: Contemporary Worship
A practicum developing the student's leadership, resourcing, and planning skills for worship in a contemporary setting. Students are expected to minister in the music program of a local church or organization.
One Hour.

MUMIN 4522 Arts, Architecture, and Aesthetics in Artistic Ministry
A study of the relationship of arts, architecture, and aesthetics as related to the creation and development of a local church and community arts ministry. Prerequisite: MUMIN 4312.
Two Hours.

MUMIN 4561 Practicum: Leading Small Vocal
A practical study and application of small vocal ensemble techniques, repertoire, and leadership as applied to corporate worship. Students are expected to minister in the music program of a local church or organization.
One Hour.

MUMIN 4562 Global and Multicultural Influences on Worship
A survey of the vast array of multicultural worship styles. The course discusses, explains, and examines the differences and similarities of worship within the multicultural twenty-first century. Prerequisite: MUMIN 3622.
Two Hours.

MUMIN 4571 Practicum: Leading Small Instrumental
A practical study and application of the utilization, development, techniques, repertoire, and leadership of small instrumental groups, such as praise bands, jazz combos, or other worship ensembles, for corporate worship. Students are expected to minister in the music program of a local church or organization.
One Hour.

MUMIN 4572 Dynamics of Corporate Worship
An examination of the changes, styles, perspectives, and worship music from the mid-twentieth century to the present. Prerequisite: MUMIN 3622.
Two Hours.

MUMIN 4592 Topics in Congregational Song
Comprehensive study in a focused era of congregational song history. The primary topic will vary each year; topics may include the psalms, congregational song in the early church and middle ages, Reformation hymnody, British hymnody, American congregational song, and contemporary congregational song. Prerequisite: MUMIN 4222.
Two Hours.

MUMIN 4601 Practicum: Administration and Finance in
A practicum examining the management elements of leading an artistic ministry. Subjects include contracts and copyright law; financial planning, development and administration; development of volunteer leadership; working with music professionals and community arts organizations; and vocational issues. Students are expected to minister in the music program of a local church or organization.
One Hour.

MUMIN 4602 The Psalms
An exploration of the Psalms as related to personal devotion and leading corporate worship. Prerequisite: MUMIN 4312.
Two Hours.

MUMIN 4622 Influence of Popular Styles on Music for Worship
An exploration of the influence of popular styles, including rock and jazz, on music for worship from the late twentieth century to the present. Prerequisite: MUMIN 4222.
Two Hours.

MUMIN 4652 Biblical Worship in Contemporary
This course explores how biblical worship principles and practices have been historically integrated into changing cultural contexts and how they can continue to be adapted to contemporary worship in such a way that it remains faithful to Scripture and formative for today's worshipers. Prerequisite: MUMIN 3362 and MUMIN 4312.
Two Hours.

MUMIN 4661 Practicum: Platform Ministry
A practicum addressing all aspects of a worship leader's platform ministry and artistry, including public speaking, Scripture reading, public prayers, musical cues, transitions, and improvisation in corporate worship. Practical experience is gained through a worship lab and a chapel component.
One Hour.

MUMIN 4662 Anthropology and Cultural Studies
A study of the foundational anthropological and cultural issues involved in worship in America and cross-cultural missions contexts. Prerequisite: MUMIN 4312.
Two Hours.

MUMIN 4671 Practicum: The Arts in Worship
A practicum surveying a variety of art forms used in worship beyond music including oratory, visual arts, dance, and drama. This course will also examine all artistic aspects of the stage ministry, including preaching, prayer, and Scripture reading, taking careful note of the media support required for each. Students are expected to minister in the music program of a local church or organization.
One Hour.

MUMIN 4681 Practicum: Artistic Outreach & Productns
A practicum that addresses ways in which an artistic ministry can contribute to the outreach of the church, including discussion of how to plan and administrate large artistic productions and community arts programs. Students are expected to minister in the music program of a local church or organization.
One Hour.

MUMIN 4691 Practicum: Media in Worship
A practicum covering the use of media to support artistic ministry. Topics include how audio, video, lighting, and other technical hardware and software support and enhance all aspects of a worship service. Students are expected to minister in the music program of a local church or organization.
One Hour.

MUMIN 4700 Colloquium
Colloquium is a gathering of students with ministry, worship, and music missions concentration to engage in thoughtful discourse on various topics in church music ministry, culture, aesthetics, and worship. Meetings include guest speakers, practical discussion, and student presentations. May be repeated.
No Hours.

Doctoral Studies for Music Ministry

MUMIN 7503 Research & Writing in Ch Music & Wor Std
An introduction to the methodology of scholarly research and writing in worship studies. A study of bibliography, research technology, and methods of research, specifically as they relate to worship studies
Three Hours.

MUMIN 7513 Rrsch in Worship Hist: Old Tst to Md Age
Comprehensive study in a focused era of worship history. The primary topic will vary each year within the period of the Old Testament through the Middle Ages; topics may include Hebrew worship, early church worship, and worship in the Middle Ages.
Three Hours.

MUMIN 7523 Rsrch in Worp Hist: Ref to Pres
Comprehensive study in a focused era of worship history. The primary topic will vary each year within the period of the Reformation to the present; topics may include Reformation worship, Baptist worship, early American worship, and contemporary worship.
Three Hours.

MUMIN 7533 Research in Theology & Wor I
An extensive examination of how major theological categories (including Theology proper, Ecclesiology, and Christology) and particular doctrinal views affect the theology and practice of Christian worship
Three Hours.

MUMIN 7543 Research in Theology & Wor II
An extensive examination of how major theological categories (including Pneumatology, Anthropology, and Bibliology) and particular doctrinal views affect the theology and practice of Christian worship.
Three Hours.

MUMIN 7553 Rsrch in Worship & Music Phil
In-depth study and evaluation of influential philosophies of music and their intersection with Christian worship philosophy and practice.
Three Hours.

MUMIN 7563 Research in Aesthetics
A seminar designed to explore the impact of philosophical thought in aesthetics upon worship philosophy and practice.
Three Hours.

MUMIN 7573 Research in Culture
An extensive study of culture and contextualization, evaluating contemporary trends with biblical principles and formulating a philosophy of culture in Christian worship in post-Christian western civilization and cross-cultural contexts.
Three Hours.

MUMIN 7583 Rsrch in Cong Song: Ot to Mid Age
Comprehensive study in a focused era of congregational song history. The primary topic will vary each year within the period of Old Testament through the Middle Ages; topics may include congregational song in ancient Israel, early church, or middle ages.
Three Hours.

MUMIN 7593 Rsrch in Congregational Song: Rfrm to Pr
Comprehensive study in a focused era of congregational song history. The primary topic will vary each year within the period of the Reformation to the present; topics may include Reformation hymnody, British hymnody, American congregational song, and contemporary congregational song.
Three Hours.

MUMIN 7603 Teaching in Church Music & Worship High
Designed to assist worship studies professionals in gaining appropriate information and skills for launching effective careers in worship teaching and ministry. Subjects may include securing a position, understanding higher education, various approaches to research resulting in publishing and scholarly presentations, curriculum and course design, teaching effectiveness, and education administration.
Three Hours.

MUMIN 7613 Special Research in Worship Studies
A directed study with a faculty member in a focused area of worship studies of interest to the student with the goal of preparing a prospectus for the dissertation. The student will produce a thorough literature review and survey of the chosen topic under the direction of the faculty advisor.
Three Hours.

MUMIN 8016 Doctoral Dissertation in Music Ministry
The preparation of a dissertation in church music under the supervision of a faculty member.
Six Hours.

MUMIN 8026 Doctoral Dissertation in Worship
The preparation of a dissertation in worship under the supervision of a faculty member.
Six Hours.

MUMIN 8040 Platform Leadership for the Musician
A practicum addressing all aspects of a worship leader's platform ministry and artistry, including public speaking, Scripture reading, public prayers, musical cues, transitions, and improvisation in corporate worship. Practical experience is gained through a worship lab and a chapel component. Need not be retaken for a second degree at Southwestern.
No Hours.

Master's Examinations

MUMST 4960 M.Div. with Church Music Concentration Comprehensive Examinations
Written comprehensive examinations covering the church music components of the M.Div. with Church Music Concentration.
No Hours.

MUMST 4980 M.A.C.M. Comprehensive Examinations
Written and oral comprehensive examinations covering the music ministry area of the M.A.C.M. degree program.
No Hours.

MUMST 4990 M.M. Comprehensive Examinations
Written and oral comprehensive examinations covering church music, music theory, music history, and the area of concentration.
No Hours.

MUMST 5000 Master's Thesis/Document in Progress
Continued enrollment for students involved in the research and writing of a thesis or document. No hours.
No Hours.

Music Theory

MUTHY 1413 Theory and Musicianship I
First semester of the M.A.C.M. music theory sequence. An integrated course involving the study of musical fundamentals, diatonic harmony, and elementary sight singing and ear training. Must be completed with a minimum of 70% to advance to MUTHY 1423.
Three Hours.

MUTHY 1414 Theory and Musicianship I
First semester of the M.A.C.M. music theory sequence. An integrated course involving the study of musical fundamentals, diatonic harmony, and elementary sight singing and ear training. Must be completed with a minimum of 70% to advance to MUTHY 1424.
Four Hours.

MUTHY 1423 Theory and Musicianship II
Second semester of the M.A.C.M. music theory sequence. An integrated course that continues THY 1413, focusing specifically on the identification and analysis of diatonic harmonic progressions and musical phrase structures of the 18th and 19th centuries. Prerequisite: Completion of MUTHY 1413 with a minimum of 70%.
Three Hours.

MUTHY 1424 Theory and Musicianship II
Second semester of the M.A.C.M. music theory sequence. An integrated course that continues THY 1103, focusing specifically on the identification and analysis of diatonic harmonic progressions and musical phrase structures of the 18th and 19th centuries. Prerequisite: Completion of MUTHY 1414 with a minimum of 70%.
Four Hours.

MUTHY 1433 Theory and Musicianship III
Third semester of the M.A.C.M. music theory sequence. An integrated course involving the study of chromatic harmony and more advanced sight singing and ear training. Prerequisite: MUTHY 1423.
Three Hours.

MUTHY 1434 Theory and Musicianship III
Third semester of the M.A.C.M. music theory sequence. An integrated course involving the study of chromatic harmony and more advanced sight singing and ear training. Prerequisite: MUTHY 1424.
Four Hours.

MUTHY 1443 Theory and Musicianship IV
Fourth semester of the M.A.C.M. music theory sequence. An integrated course that includes instrumentation and continues the harmony and musicianship studies of MUTHY 1433. Prerequisite: MUTHY 1433.
Three Hours.

MUTHY 1444 Theory and Musicianship IV
Fourth semester of the M.A.C.M. music theory sequence. An integrated course that includes instrumentation and continues the harmony and musicianship studies of MUTHY 1434. Prerequisite: MUTHY 1434.
Four Hours.

MUTHY 1452 Form in Music
A general study of form in tonal music beginning with phrase and period structures and concluding with sonata and other large forms. Prerequisite: MUTHY 1444.
Two Hours.

MUTHY 1462 Post-Tonal Theory
An overview of approaches to analyzing non-tonal music written after 1900. Students will engage in analysis using mainly set theory and serial techniques that will help enlighten aspects of rhythm, pitch content, and musical form. Prerequisites: MUTHY 1444 or MUTHY 2482.
Two Hours.

MUTHY 1472 Counterpoint
Analysis and writing in the modal style of the sixteenth century and the tonal style of the eighteenth century. Prerequisite: MUTHY 1444.
Two Hours.

MUTHY 1482 Instrumentation
A study of instruments and their capabilities, including ranges, transposition, idiomatic techniques, and potential combinations. Prerequisite: MUTHY 1444.
Two Hours.

MUTHY 2472 Music Technology
Basic notation and sequencing techniques and skills utilizing Finale and basic digital recording and sound editing. May be assigned as a leveling course for students concentrating in music theory, composition, or instrumental studies. Prerequisite: MUTHY 1424 or equivalent.
Two Hours.

MUTHY 2482 Harmony Review
Review of common-practice harmony for students not passing the harmony placement exam.
Two Hours.

MUTHY 2492 Musicianship Review
Review of musicianship skills for students not passing the musicianship placement exam.
Two Hours.

MUTHY 4402 Theory Pedagogy
A survey of methods and materials used in the teaching of music theory. Prerequisite: MUTHY 4452.
Two Hours.

MUTHY 4403 Theory Pedagogy
A survey of methods and materials used in the teaching of music theory. Prerequisite: MUTHY 4452.
Three Hours.

MUTHY 4442 Seminar in Analysis I
Advanced analysis and score study of tonal music. Literature for study will vary from semester to semester. Prerequisites: MUTHY 2482, MUTHY 2492, and all assigned leveling courses in music theory.
Two Hours.

MUTHY 4452 Seminar in Analysis II
Advanced study of analytical approaches to music written after 1900, with particular attention given to non-tonal works. Students will engage in analysis of multiple compositional trends in the 20th century, including atonality, serialism, modal/scalar music, microtonality, and minimalism. Prerequisites: MUTHY 2482, MUTHY 2492, and all assigned leveling courses in music theory.
Two Hours.

MUTHY 4472 Advanced Orchestration
Study in writing for large instrumental ensembles. Prerequisites: MUTHY 2482 and MUTHY 2492.
Two Hours.

MUTHY 4482 Special Research in Music Theory
The research and writing of a substantial paper or other project chosen in consultation with the instructor. Prerequisite: Completion of all assigned leveling work in music theory and permission of the chair of the theory and composition department.
Two Hours.

MUTHY 4494 M.M. Thesis in Music Theory
The preparation of a music theory thesis under the supervision of a faculty member.
Four Hours.

MUTHY 4501 Theory at the Keyboard
A study in the practical application at the keyboard of theoretical concepts. Areas of instruction include melody harmonization, congregational hymn playing, modulation, transposition, creating and playing from chord charts, and creating hymn introductions. Prerequisite: Completion of all assigned leveling work in music theory and piano.
One Hour.

Doctoral Studies for Music Theory

MUTHY 7413 Seminar in Advanced Post-Tonal Analysis
Advanced analysis of music from the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. The course will alternate studying composers utilizing modal pitch collections and composers utilizing minimalist techniques. Prerequisite: Admission to the DMA/PhD programs or permission of instructor.
Three Hours.

MUTHY 7423 Seminar in Advanced Tonal Analysis
Advanced analysis of sonata form in tonal music of the common practice period, based on James Hepokoski and Warren Darcy's Elements of Sonata Theory. Literature for study will include music of the 18th and 19th centuries, with particular attention to works by Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert, Schumann, and Brahms. Prerequisite: Admission to the DMA/PhD programs or permission of instructor.
Three Hours.

MUTHY 7433 Advanced Schenkerian Analysis
Advanced analysis of music using the concepts and graphing techniques developed by Heinrich Schenker. Prerequisite: Admission to the DMA/PhD programs or permission of instructor.
Three Hours.

MUTHY 7443 History of Music Theory
Examination of selected theoretical treatises that have been significant in the development of musical style. Prerequisite: Any 4000-level music history course.
Three Hours.

MUTHY 7473 Seminar in Theory Pedagogy
This course is designed to provide a survey of methods and materials used in the teaching of undergraduate music theory, as well as how to communicate about musical structure and engage undergraduate students in music theory and analysis.
Three Hours.

MUTHY 7483 Special Research in Music Theory
The research and writing of a substantial paper or other project chosen in consultation with the instructor. Prerequisite: permission of instructor.
Three Hours.

MUTHY 8016 Doctoral Dissertation in Music Theory
The preparation of a dissertation in music theory under the supervision of a faculty member.
Six Hours.

New Student Orientn

ORIEN 4000 Music School Orientation
Required auditions, placement examinations, and advising for all new music students at the beginning of their first semester of study.
No Hours.

Doctoral Studies for New Student Orientn

ORIEN 7000 Music School Orientation
Required auditions, placement examinations, and advising for all new music students at the beginning of their first semester of study.
No Hours.

Spiritual Formation

SPFMU 3101 Spiritual Formation I
The study and practice of corporate worship, involving participation in chapel, plenary lectures on corporate worship, and small group interaction and accountability.
One Hour.

SPFMU 3111 Spiritual Formation II
The study and practice of personal worship, involving participation in chapel, plenary lectures on personal worship, and small group interaction and accountability.
One Hour.

Performance Division

Conducting

CONDG 1600 Conducting Master Class
A practical application of conducting techniques, principles, and procedures. Students will be involved in a lab choir for participation, observation, and rehearsal experiences. Students are expected to minister in the music program of a local church or organization.
No Hours.

CONDG 1622 Conducting I
A study of conducting techniques, including patterns, attacks, releases, and all expressive gestures. Prerequisite: MUTHY 1434.
Two Hours.

CONDG 1632 Conducting II: Choral
A continuation of CONDG 1622 emphasizing choral techniques, including the development of choral tone and balance and performance practice of different style periods. Prerequisite: CONDG 1622.
Two Hours.

CONDG 1642 Conducting II: Instrumental
A continuation of CONDG 1622 emphasizing instrumental techniques, rehearsal procedures, score reading, and transpositions. Prerequisite: CONDG 1622.
Two Hours.

CONDG 2671 Conducting Review
A review of the theory and practice of choral conducting. Master class required for conducting concentrations. Prerequisite: MUTHY 1424.
One Hour.

CONDG 3601 Choral Diction
A study, using the International Phonetic Alphabet, of the standard sounds of the English language encountered in choral singing. Attention is given to linkage and legato line and to vowel modifications necessitated by musical demands. Master class required for conducting concentrations.
One Hour.

CONDG 4600 Conducting Master Class
A practical application of conducting techniques, principles, and procedures. Students will be involved in a lab choir for participation, observation, and rehearsal experiences. Students are expected to minister in the music program of a local church or organization.
No Hours.

CONDG 4602 Advanced Conducting and Choral Procedures
An examination of conducting and choral philosophies as well as gestures and rehearsal techniques through which blend, balance, voicing, and musicianship are attained in the choral art. Master class required for conducting concentrations. Prerequisites: MUTHY 1444, MUTHY 2482, MUTHY 2492, or equivalent.
Two Hours.

CONDG 4631 Elective Applied Condg: Instrumental
Elective private applied study in instrumental conducting for master's-level students. Available only when teaching loads permit. Permission of instructor required. May be repeated for credit.
One Hour.

CONDG 4632 Applied Conducting I: Instrumental
Private applied study in instrumental conducting for M.M. conducting concentrations. Master class required. May be repeated for credit.
Two Hours.

CONDG 4641 Elective Applied Conducting: Choral
Elective private applied study in choral conducting for master's-level students. Available only when teaching loads permit. Permission of instructor required. May be repeated for credit.
One Hour.

CONDG 4642 Applied Conducting II: Choral
Private applied study in choral conducting for M.M. conducting concentrations. Master class required. May be repeated for credit.
Two Hours.

CONDG 4652 Applied Conducting III and Recital
Private applied study for M.M. conducting concentrations in preparation and presentation of a fifty-minute conducting recital. The student is responsible for securing performers and arranging for the necessary rehearsals. Master class required.
Two Hours.

CONDG 4682 Special Research in Conducting
The research and writing of a substantial paper or other project chosen in consultation with the instructor. Master class required. May be repeated for credit.
Two Hours.

CONDG 4690 Conducting Document
The preparation of a substantial document concerning the music selected for the conducting recital. Composers, styles, performing practice, rehearsal strategies, and special problems in conducting the music should be addressed. A student preparing a conducting document will enroll in CONDG 4680 M.M. Research and Writing until the document is completed.
No Hours.

CONDG 4712 Choral Literature I
A survey of choral literature from 1400 to 1750 with emphasis on genres, musical styles, and performance practices unique to each period.
Two Hours.

CONDG 4722 Choral Literature II
A survey of choral literature from 1750 to the present with emphasis on genres, musical styles, and performance practices unique to each period.
Two Hours.

Doctoral Studies for Conducting

CONDG 7600 Conducting Master Class
A practical application of conducting techniques, principles, and procedures. Students will be involved in a lab choir for participation, observation, and rehearsal experiences. Students are expected to minister in the music program of a local church or organization.
No Hours.

CONDG 7603 Doctoral Conducting Seminar I
An investigation into the history of conducting, conducting philosophies, professional duties and roles of the conductor, and rehearsal organization. Master class required.
Three Hours.

CONDG 7613 Doctoral Conducting Seminar II
An examination of major works for chorus and orchestra. The study will include analysis, score study, ensemble preparation, and conducting. Master class required.
Three Hours.

CONDG 7623 Doctoral Conducting Seminar III
An examination of smaller forms of choral literature. The study will include analysis, score study, ensemble preparation, and conducting. Master class required.
Three Hours.

CONDG 7633 Doctoral Conducting Seminar IV
An examination of performance practice of the major style periods for choral and orchestral ensemble literature. The study will include score analysis, historical research, appropriate conducting techniques, and rehearsal strategies. Master class required.
Three Hours.

CONDG 7642 Choral Conducting Pedagogy
An examination of the philosophies, techniques, and resources used to teach choral conducting at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Participants will also tutor conducting students during the semester. Master class and participation in a choral ensemble required.
Two Hours.

CONDG 7652 Instrumental Conducting Pedagogy
An examination of the philosophies, techniques, and resources used to teach instrumental and orchestral conducting at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Participants will also tutor conducting students during the semester. Master class and participation in an instrumental ensemble required.
Two Hours.

CONDG 7661 Elective Applied Conducting:
Elective instrumental conducting applied lesson for doctoral students. Available only when teaching loads permit. Permission of instructor required. May be repeated for credit.
One Hour.

CONDG 7662 Applied Conducting: Instrumental
A one-hour per week applied instrumental conducting lesson for doctoral students with a concentration in conducting. Master class required. May be repeated for credit.
Two Hours.

CONDG 7671 Elective Applied Conducting: Choral
Elective choral conducting applied lesson for doctoral students. Available only when teaching loads permit. Permission of instructor required. May be repeated for credit.
One Hour.

CONDG 7672 Applied Conducting: Choral
A one-hour per week applied choral conducting lesson for doctoral students with a concentration in conducting. Master class required. May be repeated for credit.
Two Hours.

CONDG 7683 Special Research in Conducting
The research and writing of a substantial paper or other project chosen in consultation with the instructor. Master class required. May be repeated for credit.
Three Hours.

CONDG 8630 Doctoral Conducting Recital I
An instrumental recital consisting of sixty minutes of programmed music.
No Hours.

CONDG 8640 Doctoral Conducting Recital II
A choral recital consisting of sixty minutes of programmed music.
No Hours.

CONDG 8650 Doctoral Conducting Recital III
A combined choral and instrumental recital consisting of sixty minutes of programmed music. This recital occurs after completing qualifying examinations.
No Hours.

CONDG 8662 Doctoral Conducting Document
Preparation of an acceptable conducting document. A doctoral student preparing a conducting document will enroll in CONDG 8000 Doctoral Research and Writing until the document is completed.
Two Hours.

Ensemble

ENSEM 1010 Southwestern Master Chorale
A large mixed chorus that performs major sacred works for chorus and orchestra. Audition required. May be repeated.
No Hours.

ENSEM 1018 Southwestern Master Chorale
A large mixed chorus that performs major sacred works for chorus and orchestra. Audition required. May be repeated for credit.
0.5Hours.

ENSEM 1070 Guitar Ensemble
An ensemble for students who want to improve their skills in reading, comping, and improvising. Class time will be spent rehearsing charts written specifically for guitar. All styles of music will be included. Audition required. May be repeated.
No Hours.

ENSEM 1078 Guitar Ensemble
An ensemble for students who want to improve their skills in reading, comping, and improvising. Class time will be spent rehearsing charts written specifically for guitar. All styles of music will be included. Audition required. May be repeated for credit.
0.5Hours.

ENSEM 1080 Combo Lab I
An advanced lab that stresses the development and refinement of improvisation and performance skills in a small ensemble environment in traditional jazz literature as well as application in worship practice. Audition required. May be repeated.
No Hours.

ENSEM 1088 Combo Lab I
An advanced lab that stresses the development and refinement of improvisation and performance skills in a small ensemble environment in traditional jazz literature as well as application in worship practice. Audition required. May be repeated for credit.
0.5Hours.

ENSEM 1090 Combo Lab II
An introductory lab that stresses the development and refinement of improvisation and performance skills in a small ensemble environment in traditional jazz literature as well as application in worship practice. Audition required. May be repeated.
No Hours.

ENSEM 1098 Combo Lab II
An introductory lab that stresses the development and refinement of improvisation and performance skills in a small ensemble environment in traditional jazz literature as well as application in worship practice. Audition required. May be repeated for credit.
0.5Hours.

ENSEM 1600 Chamber Orchestra
At the discretion of the chair of the instrumental and jazz studies department, students enrolled in Orchestra may be assigned to participate in small chamber ensembles such as a string quartet, brass quintet, woodwind quintet, or mixed ensemble depending on the resources available. Audition required. May be repeated. Co-requisite: ENSEM 1620, 1628, 3620, 3628, 7620, or 7628.
No Hours.

ENSEM 1608 Chamber Orchestra
At the discretion of the chair of the instrumental and jazz studies department, students enrolled in Orchestra may be assigned to participate in small chamber ensembles such as a string quartet, brass quintet, woodwind quintet, or mixed ensemble depending on the resources available. Audition required. May be repeated for credit. Co-requisite: ENSEM 1620, 1628, 3620, 3628, 7620, or 7628.
0.5Hours.

ENSEM 1610 Wind Ensemble
An ensemble of wind and percussion instrumentalists that performs works from the wind band repertoire, with an emphasis on pieces that feature prominent usage of hymn or chorale tunes or other sacred musical materials. Audition required. May be repeated.
No Hours.

ENSEM 1618 Wind Ensemble
An ensemble of wind and percussion instrumentalists that performs works from the wind band repertoire, with an emphasis on pieces that feature prominent usage of hymn or chorale tunes or other sacred musical materials. Audition required. May be repeated for credit.
0.5Hours.

ENSEM 1620 Orchestra
A full symphonic ensemble of strings, winds, and percussion that performs literature from the standard symphonic repertoire. Audition required. May be repeated.
No Hours.

ENSEM 1628 Orchestra
A full symphonic ensemble of strings, winds, and percussion that performs literature from the standard symphonic repertoire. Audition required. May be repeated for credit.
0.5Hours.

ENSEM 1630 NewSound
A multifaceted large jazz ensemble that performs traditional "big band" repertory as well as literature emphasizing the school's focus on church ministry. Performs on and off campus. Audition required. May be repeated.
No Hours.

ENSEM 1638 NewSound
A multifaceted large jazz ensemble that performs traditional "big band" repertory as well as literature emphasizing the school's focus on church ministry. Performs on and off campus. Audition required. May be repeated for credit.
0.5Hours.

ENSEM 1650 Southwestern Singers
A mixed choir that appears in chapel, in concert, and on tour. Audition required. May be repeated.
No Hours.

ENSEM 1658 Southwestern Singers
A mixed choir that appears in chapel, in concert, and on tour. Audition required. May be repeated for credit.
0.5Hours.

ENSEM 1690 String Ensemble
A small string ensemble open to all students of the seminary who are acceptably proficient on their instrument. The String Ensemble performs in chapel and in concert. Audition required. May be repeated. Co-requisite: ENSEM 1620, 1628, 3620, 3628, 7620, or 7628.
No Hours.

ENSEM 1698 String Ensemble
A small string ensemble open to all students of the seminary who are acceptably proficient on their instrument. The String Ensemble performs in chapel and in concert. Audition required. May be repeated for credit. Co-requisite: ENSEM 1620, 1628, 3620, 3628, 7620, or 7628.
0.5Hours.

ENSEM 3010 Southwestern Master Chorale
A large mixed chorus that performs major sacred works for chorus and orchestra. Audition required. May be repeated.
No Hours.

ENSEM 3018 Southwestern Master Chorale
A large mixed chorus that performs major sacred works for chorus and orchestra. Audition required. May be repeated for credit.
0.5Hours.

ENSEM 3070 Guitar Ensemble
An ensemble for students who want to improve their skills in reading, comping, and improvising. Class time will be spent rehearsing charts written specifically for guitar. All styles of music will be taken seriously. Audition required. May be repeated.
No Hours.

ENSEM 3078 Guitar Ensemble
An ensemble for students who want to improve their skills in reading, comping, and improvising. Class time will be spent rehearsing charts written specifically for guitar. All styles of music will be taken seriously. Audition required. May be repeated for credit.
0.5Hours.

ENSEM 3080 Combo Lab I
An advanced lab that stresses the development and refinement of improvisation and performance skills in a small ensemble environment in traditional jazz literature as well as application in worship practice. Audition required. May be repeated.
No Hours.

ENSEM 3088 Combo Lab I
An advanced lab that stresses the development and refinement of improvisation and performance skills in a small ensemble environment in traditional jazz literature as well as application in worship practice. Audition required. May be repeated for credit.
0.5Hours.

ENSEM 3090 Combo Lab II
An introductory lab that stresses the development and refinement of improvisation and performance skills in a small ensemble environment in traditional jazz literature as well as application in worship practice. Audition required. May be repeated.
No Hours.

ENSEM 3098 Combo Lab II
An introductory lab that stresses the development and refinement of improvisation and performance skills in a small ensemble environment in traditional jazz literature as well as application in worship practice. Audition required. May be repeated for credit.
0.5Hours.

ENSEM 3600 Chamber Orchestra
At the discretion of the chair of the instrumental and jazz studies department, students enrolled in Orchestra may be assigned to participate in small chamber ensembles such as a string quartet, brass quintet, woodwind quintet, or mixed ensemble depending on the resources available. Audition required. May be repeated. Co-requisite: ENSEM 1620, 1628, 3620, 3628, 7620, or 7628.
No Hours.

ENSEM 3608 Chamber Orchestra
At the discretion of the chair of the instrumental and jazz studies department, students enrolled in Orchestra may be assigned to participate in small chamber ensembles such as a string quartet, brass quintet, woodwind quintet, or mixed ensemble depending on the resources available. Audition required. May be repeated for credit. Co-requisite: ENSEM 1620, 1628, 3620, 3628, 7620, or 7628.
0.5Hours.

ENSEM 3610 Wind Ensemble
An ensemble of wind and percussion instrumentalists that performs works from the wind band repertoire, with an emphasis on pieces that feature prominent usage of hymn or chorale tunes or other sacred musical materials. Audition required. May be repeated.
No Hours.

ENSEM 3618 Wind Ensemble
An ensemble of wind and percussion instrumentalists that performs works from the wind band repertoire, with an emphasis on pieces that feature prominent usage of hymn or chorale tunes or other sacred musical materials. Audition required. May be repeated for credit.
0.5Hours.

ENSEM 3620 Orchestra
A full symphonic ensemble of strings, winds, and percussion that performs literature from the standard symphonic repertoire. Audition required. May be repeated.
No Hours.

ENSEM 3628 Orchestra
A full symphonic ensemble of strings, winds, and percussion that performs literature from the standard symphonic repertoire. Audition required. May be repeated for credit.
0.5Hours.

ENSEM 3630 NewSound
A multifaceted large jazz ensemble that performs traditional "big band" repertory as well as literature emphasizing the school's focus on church ministry. Performs on and off campus. Audition required. May be repeated.
No Hours.

ENSEM 3638 NewSound
A multifaceted large jazz ensemble that performs traditional "big band" repertory as well as literature emphasizing the school's focus on church ministry. Performs on and off campus. Audition required. May be repeated for credit.
0.5Hours.

ENSEM 3650 Southwestern Singers
A mixed choir that appears in chapel, in concert, and on tour. Audition required. May be repeated.
No Hours.

ENSEM 3658 Southwestern Singers
A mixed choir that appears in chapel, in concert, and on tour. Audition required. May be repeated for credit.
0.5Hours.

ENSEM 3690 String Ensemble
A small string ensemble open to all students of the seminary who are acceptably proficient on their instrument. The String Ensemble performs in chapel and in concert. Audition required. May be repeated. Co-requisite: ENSEM 1620, 1628, 3620, 3628, 7620, or 7628.
No Hours.

ENSEM 3698 String Ensemble
A small string ensemble open to all students of the seminary who are acceptably proficient on their instrument. The String Ensemble performs in chapel and in concert. Audition required. May be repeated for credit. Co-requisite: ENSEM 1620, 1628, 3620, 3628, 7620, or 7628.
0.5Hours.

Doctoral Studies for Ensemble

ENSEM 7010 Southwestern Master Chorale
A large mixed chorus that performs major sacred works for chorus and orchestra. Audition required. May be repeated.
No Hours.

ENSEM 7018 Southwestern Master Chorale
A large mixed chorus that performs major sacred works for chorus and orchestra. Audition required. May be repeated for credit.
0.5Hours.

ENSEM 7070 Guitar Ensemble
An ensemble for students who want to improve their skills in reading, comping, and improvising. Class time will be spent rehearsing charts written specifically for guitar. All styles of music will be taken seriously. Audition required. May be repeated.
No Hours.

ENSEM 7078 Guitar Ensemble
An ensemble for students who want to improve their skills in reading, comping, and improvising. Class time will be spent rehearsing charts written specifically for guitar. All styles of music will be taken seriously. Audition required. May be repeated for credit.
0.5Hours.

ENSEM 7080 Combo Lab I
An advanced lab that stresses the development and refinement of improvisation and performance skills in a small ensemble environment in traditional jazz literature as well as application in worship practice. Audition required. May be repeated.
No Hours.

ENSEM 7088 Combo Lab I
An advanced lab that stresses the development and refinement of improvisation and performance skills in a small ensemble environment in traditional jazz literature as well as application in worship practice. Audition required. May be repeated for credit.
0.5Hours.

ENSEM 7090 Combo Lab II
An introductory lab that stresses the development and refinement of improvisation and performance skills in a small ensemble environment in traditional jazz literature as well as application in worship practice. Audition required. May be repeated.
No Hours.

ENSEM 7098 Combo Lab II
An introductory lab that stresses the development and refinement of improvisation and performance skills in a small ensemble environment in traditional jazz literature as well as application in worship practice. Audition required. May be repeated for credit.
0.5Hours.

ENSEM 7600 Chamber Orchestra
At the discretion of the chair of the instrumental and jazz studies department, students enrolled in Orchestra may be assigned to participate in small chamber ensembles such as a string quartet, brass quintet, woodwind quintet, or mixed ensemble depending on the resources available. Audition required. May be repeated. Co-requisite: ENSEM 1620, 1628, 3620, 3628, 7620, or 7628.
No Hours.

ENSEM 7608 Chamber Orchestra
At the discretion of the chair of the instrumental and jazz studies department, students enrolled in Orchestra may be assigned to participate in small chamber ensembles such as a string quartet, brass quintet, woodwind quintet, or mixed ensemble depending on the resources available. Audition required. May be repeated for credit. Co-requisite: ENSEM 1620, 1628, 3620, 3628, 7620, or 7628.
0.5Hours.

ENSEM 7610 Wind Ensemble
An ensemble of wind and percussion instrumentalists that performs works from the wind band repertoire, with an emphasis on pieces that feature prominent usage of hymn or chorale tunes or other sacred musical materials. Audition required. May be repeated.
No Hours.

ENSEM 7618 Wind Ensemble
An ensemble of wind and percussion instrumentalists that performs works from the wind band repertoire, with an emphasis on pieces that feature prominent usage of hymn or chorale tunes or other sacred musical materials. Audition required. May be repeated for credit.
0.5Hours.

ENSEM 7620 Orchestra
A full symphonic ensemble of strings, winds, and percussion that performs literature from the standard symphonic repertoire. Audition required. May be repeated.
No Hours.

ENSEM 7628 Orchestra
A full symphonic ensemble of strings, winds, and percussion that performs literature from the standard symphonic repertoire. Audition required. May be repeated for credit.
0.5Hours.

ENSEM 7630 NewSound
A multifaceted large jazz ensemble that performs traditional big band repertory as well as literature emphasizing the schools focus on church ministry. Performs on and off campus. Audition required. May be repeated.
No Hours.

ENSEM 7638 NewSound
A multifaceted large jazz ensemble that performs traditional big band repertory as well as literature emphasizing the school's focus on church ministry. Performs on and off campus. Audition required. May be repeated for credit.
0.5Hours.

ENSEM 7650 Southwestern Singers
A mixed choir that appears in chapel, in concert, and on tour. Audition required. May be repeated.
No Hours.

ENSEM 7658 Southwestern Singers
A mixed choir that appears in chapel, in concert, and on tour. Audition required. May be repeated for credit.
0.5Hours.

ENSEM 7690 String Ensemble
A small string ensemble open to all students of the seminary who are acceptably proficient on their instrument. The String Ensemble performs in chapel and in concert. Audition required. May be repeated. Co-requisite: ENSEM 1620, 1628, 3620, 3628, 7620, or 7628.
No Hours.

ENSEM 7698 String Ensemble
A small string ensemble open to all students of the seminary who are acceptably proficient on their instrument. The String Ensemble performs in chapel and in concert. Audition required. May be repeated for credit. Co-requisite: ENSEM 1620, 1628, 3620, 3628, 7620, or 7628.
0.5Hours.

Jazz Studies

JAZCM 4210 Improvisation Proficiency
The student must provide evidence of an undergraduate jazz recital or demonstrate a comparable level of performance. When the improvisation proficiency is satisfied, this course number will be posted to the transcript.
No Hours.

JAZCM 4212 Jazz History (Identical to MUHST 4212)
An overview of the history and literature of jazz and jazz-related styles, with special attention given to prominent performers, composers, and arrangers and their contributions to the development of jazz. Open to all music students regardless of concentration.
Two Hours.

JAZCM 4222 Jazz Styles and Analysis
A study of the stylistic elements of the various eras of jazz history. Analysis of the theoretical elements of jazz form, melody, harmony and rhythm will be emphasized as well as ear training through transcription projects. Prerequisite: JAZCM 4212.
Two Hours.

JAZCM 4232 Jazz Improvisation
The techniques and practices of jazz improvisation. Application of these principles to their use in worship will be emphasized. Prerequisite: Working knowledge of basic major scales and proficiency on any instrument.
Two Hours.

JAZCM 4242 Jazz Arranging
The practical elements of advanced arranging in jazz/commercial music styles with special emphasis given to music for use in worship. Prerequisite: Completion of leveling requirements.
Two Hours.

JAZCM 4582 Special Research in Jazz Studies
Independent research with faculty guidance. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor.
Two Hours.

Jazz Studies Private

JAZPR 1900 Jazz Master Class
All students concentrating in jazz studies will meet weekly for performance and discussion of topics relevant to the students' work. Students are expected to minister in the music program of a local church or organization.
No Hours.

JAZPR 4012 M.M. Jazz Applied Studies I
Private instrumental study with an emphasis on jazz performance. Permission of department required. Participation in a jazz department ensemble required. Master class and jury required.
Two Hours.

JAZPR 4022 M.M. Jazz Applied Studies II
Private instrumental study with an emphasis on jazz performance. Participation in a jazz department ensemble required. Master class and jury required. Prerequisite: JAZPR 4012.
Two Hours.

JAZPR 4032 M.M. Jazz Applied Studies III
Private instrumental study with an emphasis on jazz performance. Participation in a jazz department ensemble required. Master class and jury required. Prerequisite: JAZPR 4022.
Two Hours.

JAZPR 4042 M.M. Jazz Applied Studies IV and Recital
Private instrumental study with an emphasis on jazz performance and presentation of an appropriate fifty-minute jazz recital. Participation in a jazz department ensemble required. Master class required. Prerequisite: JAZPR 4022.
Two Hours.

JAZPR 4252 Jazz Composition
Private instruction in a variety of jazz and commercial music styles with special attention given to composing for worship. Prerequisite: JAZCM 4242.
Two Hours.

JAZPR 4282 Advanced Jazz Improvisation
Private instruction in advanced jazz improvisation. Participation in a jazz department ensemble required. Prerequisite: JAZCM 4232 or Improvisation Proficiency.
Two Hours.

JAZPR 4900 Jazz Master Class
All students concentrating in jazz studies will meet weekly for performance and discussion of topics relevant to the students' work. Students are expected to minister in the music program of a local church or organization.
No Hours.

JAZPR 4951 Studio Instrument
Applied study for ministry and worship students with previous undergraduate training. Participation in a jazz department ensemble required. Master class and jury required.
One Hour.

JAZPR 4961 Studio Instrument
Applied study for ministry and worship students with previous undergraduate training. Participation in a jazz department ensemble required. Master class and jury required.
One Hour.

JAZPR 5011 Elective Studio Instrument
Private instrumental study with an emphasis on jazz and commercial music performance. Participation in an instrumental ensemble required. May be repeated for credit.
One Hour.

JAZPR 5012 Elective Studio Instrument
Private instrumental study with an emphasis on jazz and commercial music performance. Participation in an instrumental ensemble required. May be repeated for credit.
Two Hours.

Doctoral Studies for Jazz Studies Private

JAZPR 7000 Jazz Master Class
All students participating in jazz studies will meet weekly for performance and discussion of topics relevant to the students' work. Students are expected to minister in the music program of a local church or organization.
No Hours.

JAZPR 7012 Elective Studio Instrument
Private instrumental study with an emphasis on jazz and commercial music performance. Participation in an instrumental ensemble required. May be repeated for credit.
Two Hours.

Music

MUSIC 3200 Chapel Orchestra (Non-Credit)
Students participate in an orchestra during seminary chapel sessions. Receive chapel credit on performance days. Does not fulfill ensemble requirement for graduate music degrees. Audition required. May be repeated.
No Hours.

MUSIC 3201 Chapel Orchestra
Students participate in an orchestra during seminary chapel sessions. Receive chapel credit on performance days. Does not fulfill ensemble requirement for graduate music degrees. Audition required. May be repeated for credit.
One Hour.

MUSIC 3300 Chapel Choir
A mixed choir that performs during seminary chapel sessions. Receive chapel credit on performance days. Does not fulfill ensemble requirement for graduate music degrees. No audition required. May be repeated.
No Hours.

MUSIC 3301 Chapel Choir
A mixed choir that performs during seminary chapel sessions. Receive chapel credit on performance days. Does not fulfill ensemble requirement for graduate music degrees. No audition required. May be repeated for credit.
One Hour.

MUSIC 3308 Chapel Choir
A mixed choir that performs during seminary chapel sessions. Receive chapel credit on performance days. Does not fulfill ensemble requirement for graduate music degrees. No audition required. May be repeated for credit.
0.5Hours.

Doctoral Studies for Music

MUSIC 7200 Chapel Orchestra (Non-Credit)
Students participate in an orchestra during seminary chapel sessions. Does not fulfill ensemble requirement for music degrees. Audition required. May be repeated.
No Hours.

MUSIC 7301 Chapel Choir
Students participate in a choir once a week during seminary chapel sessions. Does not fulfill ensemble requirement for music degrees. No audition required. May be repeated for credit.
One Hour.

MUSIC 7308 Chapel Choir
Students participate in a choir once a week during seminary chapel sessions. Does not fulfill ensemble requirement for music degrees. No audition required. May be repeated for credit.
0.5Hours.

Organ Class

ORGCL 4711 Seminar in Organ Literature I
A historical survey of organ literature from the Renaissance to the Baroque period. An additional laboratory hour provides an opportunity to integrate analysis and performance activities.
One Hour.

ORGCL 4721 Seminar in Organ Literature II
A historical survey of organ literature from the Classical period to the present. An additional laboratory hour provides an opportunity to integrate analysis and performance activities.
One Hour.

ORGCL 4731 Service Playing I
Basic service playing skills: hymn playing, transposition, modulation, vocal and choral accompaniments, and service literature.
One Hour.

ORGCL 4741 Seminar in Organ Pedagogy and Practice Teaching
A survey of organ method texts, preparation of lesson plans, and practice teaching.
One Hour.

ORGCL 4751 Service Playing II
Emphasis on fundamentals of improvisation: hymn-tune embellishments, creative introductions, free accompaniments, interludes, and small forms of improvisation. Prerequisite: ORGCL 4731.
One Hour.

Doctoral Studies for Organ Class

ORGCL 7712 Advanced Seminar in Organ Literature I
An in-depth study of organ literature from the Renaissance to the Baroque period. An additional laboratory hour provides an opportunity to integrate analysis and performance activities.
Two Hours.

ORGCL 7722 Advanced Seminar in Organ Literature II
An in-depth study of organ literature from the Classical period to the present. An additional laboratory hour provides an opportunity to integrate analysis and performance activities.
Two Hours.

ORGCL 7752 Seminar in Advanced Improvisation
An in-depth approach to the larger forms of improvisation. Emphasis is given to variations, toccatas, and free improvisation.
Two Hours.

ORGCL 7762 Seminar in Advanced Accompanying
Study and performance of major choral and solo works written or suited for organ accompaniment.
Two Hours.

ORGCL 8762 Doctoral Organ Document
Preparation of an acceptable research document, the results of which will be validated through the presentation of a doctoral lecture-recital in ORGPR 8792. A doctoral student preparing an organ document will enroll in ORGCL 8000 Doctoral Research and Writing until the document is completed.
Two Hours.

Organ Private

ORGPR 1700 Organ Master Class
Group performance experience in which the members of each applied teacher's studio gather for performance, instruction, and discussion. Enrollment required each semester a student is enrolled in private organ. Students are expected to minister in the music program of a local church or organization.
No Hours.

ORGPR 1712 M.A.C.M. Organ I
Technical studies, standard repertoire from composers of all periods, and techniques of hymn playing. Master class and jury required. Prerequisite: PIAPR 1822 or its equivalent.
Two Hours.

ORGPR 1722 M.A.C.M. Organ II
Technical studies, standard repertoire from composers of all periods, and techniques of hymn playing. Master class and jury required. Prerequisite: ORGPR 1712.
Two Hours.

ORGPR 1732 M.A.C.M. Organ III
More advanced repertoire from composers of all periods, standard offertories, and techniques of anthem and solo accompaniment. Master class and jury required. Prerequisite: ORGPR 1722.
Two Hours.

ORGPR 1742 M.A.C.M. Organ IV
More advanced repertoire from composers of all periods, standard offertories, and techniques of anthem and solo accompaniment. Master class and jury required. Prerequisite: ORGPR 1732.
Two Hours.

ORGPR 1752 M.A.C.M. Organ V
Pre-recital semester. Repertoire from the larger works of composers of all periods. Techniques of solo and oratorio accompaniment. Master class and jury required. Prerequisite: ORGPR 1742.
Two Hours.

ORGPR 1762 M.A.C.M. Organ VI and Senior Recital
Preparation and presentation of an acceptable forty-five-minute recital and the study of additional repertoire. Master class required. Prerequisite: ORGPR 1752.
Two Hours.

ORGPR 4700 Organ Master Class
Group performance experience in which the members of each applied teacher's studio gather for performance, instruction, and discussion. Enrollment required each semester a student is enrolled in private organ. Students are expected to minister in the music program of a local church or organization.
No Hours.

ORGPR 4712 M.M. Organ I
Applied study for master's students. Master class and jury required. Prerequisite: Undergraduate major in organ, ORGPR 1762, or its equivalent.
Two Hours.

ORGPR 4722 M.M. Organ II
Applied study for master's students. Master class and jury required. Prerequisite: ORGPR 4712.
Two Hours.

ORGPR 4782 M.M. Organ III
Applied study for master's students. Master class and jury required. Prerequisite: ORGPR 4722.
Two Hours.

ORGPR 4792 M.M. Organ IV and Recital
Preparation and presentation of an acceptable fifty-minute graduate recital and the study of additional repertoire. Master class required. Prerequisite: ORGPR 4782.
Two Hours.

ORGPR 4951 Organ
Applied study for ministry and worship students with previous undergraduate training. Master class and jury required.
One Hour.

ORGPR 4961 Organ
Applied study for ministry and worship students with previous undergraduate training. Master class and jury required.
One Hour.

ORGPR 5711 Elective Organ
Elective organ for master's-level students. Available only when teaching loads permit. Material appropriate to the student's level. May not be applied to meet the requirements of an organ concentration. May be repeated for credit.
One Hour.

ORGPR 5721 Elective Organ
Elective organ for master's-level students. Available only when teaching loads permit. Material appropriate to the student's level. May not be applied to meet the requirements of an organ concentration. May be repeated for credit.
One Hour.

ORGPR 5732 Elective Organ
Elective organ for master's-level students. Available only when teaching loads permit. Material appropriate to the student's level. Master class and jury required. May not be applied to meet the requirements of an organ concentration. May be repeated for credit.
Two Hours.

ORGPR 5742 Elective Organ
Elective organ for master's-level students. Available only when teaching loads permit. Material appropriate to the student's level. Master class and jury required. May not be applied to meet the requirements of an organ concentration. May be repeated for credit.
Two Hours.

Doctoral Studies for Organ Private

ORGPR 7700 Organ Master Class
Group performance experience in which the members of each applied teacher's studio gather for performance, instruction, and discussion. Enrollment required each semester a student is enrolled in private organ. Students are expected to minister in the music program of a local church or organization.
No Hours.

ORGPR 7712 Doctoral Organ I
Applied study for doctoral students preparing for ORGPR 8770. Master class and jury required.
Two Hours.

ORGPR 7722 Doctoral Organ II
Applied study for doctoral students preparing for ORGPR 8770. Master class and jury required. Prerequisite: ORGPR 7712.
Two Hours.

ORGPR 7732 Doctoral Organ III
Applied study for doctoral students preparing for ORGPR 8780. Master class and jury required. Prerequisite: ORGPR 7722.
Two Hours.

ORGPR 7742 Doctoral Organ IV
Applied study for doctoral students preparing for ORGPR 8780. Master class and jury required. Prerequisite: ORGPR 7732.
Two Hours.

ORGPR 7752 Doctoral Organ V
Applied study for doctoral students preparing for ORGPR 8792. Master class and jury required. Prerequisite: ORGPR 7742.
Two Hours.

ORGPR 7761 Elective Organ
Elective organ for doctoral students. Material appropriate to the student's level. May not be applied to meet the requirements of an organ concentration.
One Hour.

ORGPR 7762 Elective Organ
Elective organ for doctoral students. Material appropriate to the student's level. Master class and jury required. May not be applied to meet the requirements of an organ concentration.
Two Hours.

ORGPR 7771 Elective Organ
Elective organ for doctoral students. Material appropriate to the student's level. May not be applied to meet the requirements of an organ concentration. May be repeated for credit.
One Hour.

ORGPR 7772 Elective Organ
Elective organ for doctoral students. Material appropriate to the student's level. Master class and jury required. May not be applied to meet the requirements of an organ concentration.
Two Hours.

ORGPR 7782 Elective Organ
Elective organ for doctoral students. Material appropriate to the student's level. Master class and jury required. May not be applied to meet the requirements of an organ concentration. May be repeated for credit.
Two Hours.

ORGPR 8770 Doctoral Organ Recital I
Presentation of an acceptable sixty-minute doctoral recital. Master class required.
No Hours.

ORGPR 8780 Doctoral Organ Recital II
Presentation of an acceptable sixty-minute doctoral recital. Master class required. Prerequisite: ORGPR 8770.
No Hours.

ORGPR 8792 Doctoral Organ VI and Lecture-Recital III
Preparation and presentation of an acceptable sixty-minute doctoral lecture-recital and the study of additional repertoire. Master class required. Prerequisites: ORGCL 8762 and ORGPR 8780.
Two Hours.

Orchestral Instrument

ORINS 1012 M.A.C.M. Instrument I
Applied study for instrumental performance concentrations in the M.A.C.M. program. Entrance by audition (all scales, technical studies, and solo materials comparable to basic college-level studies). Student must be enrolled in an instrumental ensemble. Master class and jury required.
Two Hours.

ORINS 1022 M.A.C.M. Instrument II
Applied study for instrumental performance concentrations in the M.A.C.M. program. Student must be enrolled in an instrumental ensemble. Master class and jury required. Prerequisite: ORINS 1012.
Two Hours.

ORINS 1032 M.A.C.M. Instrument III
Advanced technical studies and solo materials comparable to upper-level college studies. Student must be enrolled in an instrumental ensemble. Master class and jury required. Prerequisite: ORINS 1022.
Two Hours.

ORINS 1042 M.A.C.M. Instrument IV
Advanced technical studies and solo materials comparable to upper-level college studies. Student must be enrolled in an instrumental ensemble. Master class and jury required. Prerequisite: ORINS 1032.
Two Hours.

ORINS 1051 Class Guitar I
Beginning guitar for any seminary student, using standard beginning material.
One Hour.

ORINS 1052 M.A.C.M. Instrument V
Pre-recital semester. Study and performance of advanced solo materials by composers of all periods. Student must be enrolled in an instrumental ensemble. Master class and jury required. Prerequisite: ORINS 1042.
Two Hours.

ORINS 1061 Class Guitar II
Beginning guitar for any seminary student, using standard beginning material. Prerequisite: ORINS 1051/5051.
One Hour.

ORINS 1062 M.A.C.M. Instrument VI and Senior Recital
Preparation and presentation of an acceptable thirty-minute recital and the study of additional repertoire. Student must be enrolled in an instrumental ensemble. Master class required. Prerequisite: ORINS 1052.
Two Hours.

ORINS 1900 Applied Instrument Master Class
All students concentrating in instrumental (non-keyboard) studies will meet weekly for performance and discussion of topics relevant to the students' work. Students are expected to minister in the music program of a local church or organization.
No Hours.

ORINS 4012 M.M. Instrument I
Applied study for M.M. students. Advanced repertoire from composers of all periods. Permission of department required. Student must be enrolled in an instrumental ensemble. Master class and jury required.
Two Hours.

ORINS 4022 M.M. Instrument II
Applied study for M.M. students. Advanced repertoire from composers of all periods. Student must be enrolled in an instrumental ensemble. Master class and jury required. Prerequisite: ORINS 4012.
Two Hours.

ORINS 4032 M.M. Instrument III
Applied study for M.M. students. Advanced repertoire from composers of all periods. Student must be enrolled in an instrumental ensemble. Master class and jury required. Prerequisite: ORINS 4022.
Two Hours.

ORINS 4092 M.M. Instrument IV and Recital
Preparation and presentation of an acceptable fifty-minute graduate recital and the study of additional repertoire. Student must be enrolled in an instrumental ensemble. Master class required. Prerequisite: ORINS 4032.
Two Hours.

ORINS 4900 Applied Instrument Master Class
All students concentrating in instrumental (non-keyboard) studies will meet weekly for performance and discussion of topics relevant to the students' work. Students are expected to minister in the music program of a local church or organization.
No Hours.

ORINS 4931 Church Orchestra Practicum I
Students will serve in a leadership role in a local church or school instrumental program under the supervision of an approved church or school staff member. Written evaluations will be made at the end of each semester.
One Hour.

ORINS 4941 Church Orchestra Practicum II
Students will serve in a leadership role in a local church or school instrumental program under the supervision of an approved church or school staff member. Written evaluations will be made at the end of each semester.
One Hour.

ORINS 4951 Instrument
Applied study for ministry and worship students with previous undergraduate training. Master class and jury required
One Hour.

ORINS 4961 Instrument
Applied study for ministry and worship students with previous undergraduate training. Master class and jury required.
One Hour.

ORINS 5011 Elective Instrument
Elective instrument open to any seminary student who can demonstrate adequate technical facility on an instrument. Available only when teaching loads permit. Material appropriate to the student's level. May not be applied to meet the requirements of an instrumental concentration. Permission of instructor required. Student must be enrolled in an instrumental ensemble. May be repeated for credit.
One Hour.

ORINS 5021 Elective Instrument
Elective instrument open to any seminary student who can demonstrate adequate technical facility on an instrument. Available only when teaching loads permit. Material appropriate to the student's level. May not be applied to meet the requirements of an instrumental concentration. Permission of instructor required. Student must be enrolled in an instrumental ensemble. May be repeated for credit.
One Hour.

ORINS 5032 Elective Instrument
Elective instrument for M.M. students who were instrumental concentrations on their undergraduate programs. Student must be enrolled in an instrumental ensemble. May be repeated for credit.
Two Hours.

ORINS 5042 Elective Instrument
Elective instrument for M.M. students who were instrumental concentrations on their undergraduate programs. Student must be enrolled in an instrumental ensemble. May be repeated for credit.
Two Hours.

ORINS 5051 Class Guitar I
Beginning guitar for any seminary student, using standard beginning material.
One Hour.

ORINS 5061 Class Guitar II
Beginning guitar for any seminary student, using standard beginning material. Prerequisite: ORINS 1051/5051.
One Hour.

Doctoral Studies for Orchestral Instrument

ORINS 7900 Applied Instrument Master Class
All students concentrating in instrumental (non-keyboard) studies will meet weekly for performance and discussion of topics relevant to the students' work. Students are expected to minister in the music program of a local church or organization.
No Hours.

PFMLB 1010 Performance Laboratory
Performance Lab consists of recitals, lectures, workshops, master classes, and other events presented by Southwestern ensembles, faculty, students, and guest artists, lecturers, and ensembles. Students pursuing a master's degree in the School of Church Music are required to complete a specified number of semesters in which they must attend a certain percentage of the scheduled events. May be repeated.
No Hours.

PFMLB 3010 Performance Laboratory
Performance Lab consists of recitals, lectures, workshops, master classes, and other events presented by Southwestern ensembles, faculty, students, and guest artists, lecturers, and ensembles. Students pursuing a master's degree in the School of Church Music are required to complete a specified number of semesters in which they must attend a certain percentage of the scheduled events. May be repeated.
No Hours.

PIACL 3881 Accompanying
A review of sight reading and transposition skills and an exploration of techniques for solo and ensemble accompanying in both church and concert settings.
One Hour.

PIACL 4801 Seminar in Piano Pedagogy I
A general survey and evaluation of teaching materials for beginning through intermediate level of piano study for children in private lessons and group teaching settings. Practical methods and procedures for the continuing development of technique, style, and musicianship. Co-requisite: PIACL 4861.
One Hour.

PIACL 4811 Seminar in Piano Literature I
A survey of the literature for the harpsichord and piano from the dates of their invention to 1827. An additional laboratory hour provides students an opportunity to integrate playing, analysis, and lecture activities into a meaningful synthesis.
One Hour.

PIACL 4821 Seminar in Piano Literature II
A survey of the literature for the piano from 1827 to the present. An additional laboratory hour provides students an opportunity to integrate playing, analysis, and lecture activities into a meaningful synthesis.
One Hour.

PIACL 4822 Special Research in Piano Literature
Independent research with faculty guidance. Prerequisite: permission of instructor.
Two Hours.

PIACL 4842 Advanced Accompanying
A study of musical examples selected from the accompanying literature, with a focus on techniques pertaining to ensemble playing. Prerequisite: PIACL 3881.
Two Hours.

PIACL 4851 Seminar in Piano Pedagogy II
Pedagogy study preparing student for teaching in areas of intermediate and advanced private applied lessons, group functional piano classes, and masterclass format. Class culminates in playing lecture covering large body of intermediate repertoire. Prerequisite: PIACL 4801.
One Hour.

PIACL 4861 Piano Pedagogy Development I
Piano pedagogy principles are applied to the private and group teaching of young children drawn from the Southwestern Music Academy. Co-requisite: PIACL 4801.
One Hour.

PIACL 4880 Technical Piano Proficiency
When the Technical Piano Proficiency, which is required of all piano concentrations, is passed, this course number will be posted to the transcript.
No Hours.

PIACL 4881 Piano Pedagogy Development II
Piano pedagogy principles are applied to the teaching of functional skills and intermediate/advanced repertoire. Prerequisite: PIACL 4851.
One Hour.

PIACL 4891 The Piano in Chamber Music Literature
A survey of the literature for small ensembles that include the piano.
One Hour.

PIACL 4961 Piano Pedagogy Strategies
In-depth lesson planning for prep-level students including long-range developmental expectations, week-to-week assignments, assessment goals, and motivational activities.
One Hour.

PIACL 7831 Advanced Seminar in Piano Pedagogy I
A general survey and evaluation of teaching materials for college pedagogy courses. Practical methods and procedures for teaching beginning teachers at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Prerequisite: PIACL 4851 or permission of instructor.
One Hour.

PIACL 7841 Advanced Seminar in Piano Pedagogy II
Pedagogy study preparing student for teaching in a university setting in areas of private applied lessons, group functional piano classes, and masterclass format. Class culminates in playing lecture covering large body of advanced repertoire. Prerequisite: PIACL 4851 or permission of instructor.
One Hour.

PIACL 7842 Advanced Accompanying
A study of musical examples selected from the accompanying literature, with a focus on techniques pertaining to ensemble playing.
Two Hours.

PIACL 7872 Advanced Seminar in Piano Literature
Study of piano literature from designated periods of music history.
Two Hours.

PIACL 7892 The Piano in Chamber Music Literature
A survey of the literature for small ensembles that include the piano. The literature for piano duet and piano duo are also surveyed.
Two Hours.

PIACL 7961 Advanced Piano Pedagogy Development
Piano pedagogy principles are applied to the teaching of beginning through advanced piano in private and group settings. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: PIACL 4881 or equivalent.
One Hour.

PIACL 8862 Doctoral Piano Document
Preparation of an acceptable research document, the results of which will be validated through the presentation of the doctoral lecture-recital of PIAPR 8892. A doctoral student preparing a piano document will enroll in PIACL 8000 Doctoral Research and Writing until the document is completed.
Two Hours.

PIAPR 1800 Piano Master Class
Group performance experience in which the members of each applied teacher's studio gather for performance, instruction, and discussion. Students are expected to minister in the music program of a local church or organization.
No Hours.

PIAPR 1812 M.A.C.M. Piano I
All scales in thirds, sixths, and tenths, all arpeggios. Bach fugal pieces, Mozart and Beethoven sonatas, smaller pieces of Romantic composers. Hymn and anthem playing. Master class and jury required. Permission of piano faculty required.
Two Hours.

PIAPR 1822 M.A.C.M. Piano II
All scales in thirds, sixths, and tenths, all arpeggios. Bach fugal pieces, Mozart and Beethoven sonatas, smaller pieces of Romantic composers. Hymn and anthem playing. Master class and jury required. Prerequisite: PIAPR 1812.
Two Hours.

PIAPR 1832 M.A.C.M. Piano III
Advanced technical exercises, larger pieces by composers of all periods. Master class and jury required. Prerequisite: PIAPR 1822.
Two Hours.

PIAPR 1842 M.A.C.M. Piano IV
Advanced technical exercises, larger pieces by composers of all periods. Master class and jury required. Prerequisite: PIAPR 1832.
Two Hours.

PIAPR 1852 M.A.C.M. Piano V
Preparation of technical proficiency and standard repertoire. Master class and jury required. Prerequisite: PIAPR 1842.
Two Hours.

PIAPR 1862 M.A.C.M. Piano VI and Senior Recital
Preparation and presentation of an acceptable forty-five-minute recital and the study of additional repertoire. Master class and jury required. Prerequisite: PIAPR 1852.
Two Hours.

PIAPR 2811 Piano Review I
First of a six-semester sequence of private lessons in preparation for the Piano Proficiency. Assigned by entrance audition.
One Hour.

PIAPR 2821 Piano Review II
Second of a six-semester sequence of private lessons in preparation for the Piano Proficiency. Assigned by entrance audition.
One Hour.

PIAPR 2831 Piano Review III
Third of a six-semester sequence of private lessons in preparation for the Piano Proficiency. Assigned by entrance audition.
One Hour.

PIAPR 2841 Piano Review IV
Fourth of a six-semester sequence of private lessons in preparation for the Piano Proficiency. Assigned by entrance audition.
One Hour.

PIAPR 2851 Piano Review V
Fifth of a six-semester sequence of private lessons in preparation for the Piano Proficiency. Assigned by entrance audition.
One Hour.

PIAPR 2861 Piano Review VI
Last of a six-semester sequence of private lessons in preparation for the Piano Proficiency. Assigned by entrance audition. May be repeated for credit.
One Hour.

PIAPR 4800 Piano Master Class
Group performance experience in which the members of each applied teacher's studio gather for performance, instruction, and discussion. Students are expected to minister in the music program of a local church or organization.
No Hours.

PIAPR 4812 MM Piano I (Piano Performance)
Advanced repertoire from composers of all periods. Master class and jury required. Permission of piano faculty required. Prerequisite: Undergraduate major in piano or its equivalent.
Two Hours.

PIAPR 4822 MM Piano II (Piano Performance)
Advanced repertoire from composers of all periods. Master class and jury required. Prerequisite: PIAPR 4812.
Two Hours.

PIAPR 4832 M.M. Accompanying Recital I
The preparation and completion of a fifty-minute accompanying recital involving one or more vocalists. Master class required.
Two Hours.

PIAPR 4842 M.M. Accompanying Recital II
The preparation and completion of a fifty-minute accompanying recital involving one or more instrumentalists. Master class required.
Two Hours.

PIAPR 4882 MM Piano III (Piano Performance)
Preparation of technical proficiency. Repertoire from keyboard works of all periods. Master class and jury required. Students will be evaluated at jury time for PIAPR 4892. Prerequisite: PIAPR 4822.
Two Hours.

PIAPR 4892 M.M. Piano IV and Recital
Preparation and presentation of an acceptable fifty-minute graduate recital and the study of additional repertoire. Master class required. Prerequisite: PIAPR 4882.
Two Hours.

PIAPR 4912 M.M. Piano I (Piano Pedagogy)
Advanced repertoire from composers of all periods. Master class and jury required. Permission of piano faculty required. Prerequisite: Undergraduate major in piano or its equivalent.
Two Hours.

PIAPR 4922 MM Piano II (Piano Pedagogy)
Advanced repertoire from composers of all periods. Master class and jury required. Prerequisite: PIAPR 4912.
Two Hours.

PIAPR 4951 Piano
Applied study for ministry and worship students with previous undergraduate training. Master class and jury required.
One Hour.

PIAPR 4961 Piano
Applied study for ministry and worship students with previous undergraduate training. Master class and jury required.
One Hour.

PIAPR 4982 MM Piano III (Piano Pedagogy)
Preparation of technical proficiency. Repertoire from keyboard works of all periods. Master class and jury required. Students will be evaluated at jury time for PIAPR 4992. Prerequisite: PIAPR 4922.
Two Hours.

PIAPR 4992 MM Piano IV & Recital (Piano Pedagogy)
Preparation and presentation of an acceptable fifty-minute graduate recital and the study of additional repertoire. Master class required. Prerequisite: PIAPR 4982.
Two Hours.

PIAPR 5811 Elective Piano
Elective piano for all seminary students. Available only when teaching loads permit. Material appropriate to the student's level. Master class and jury not required. This course may not be applied to meet the requirements of a piano concentration. May be repeated for credit.
One Hour.

PIAPR 5872 Elective Piano
Elective private instruction for students with a piano background. Available only when teaching loads permit. Master class and jury required. This course may not be applied to meet the requirements of a piano concentration. May be repeated for credit.
Two Hours.

PIAPR 7800 Piano Master Class
Group performance experience in which the members of each applied teacher's studio gather for performance, instruction, and discussion. Students are expected to minister in the music program of a local church or organization.
No Hours.

PIAPR 7812 Doctoral Piano I (Piano Performance)
Applied study for doctoral students preparing for PIAPR 8872. Master class and jury required.
Two Hours.

PIAPR 7822 Doctoral Piano II (Piano Performance)
Applied study for doctoral performance students preparing for PIAPR 8872. Master class and jury required.
Two Hours.

PIAPR 7832 Doctoral Piano III
Continuation of PIAPR 7822. Master class and jury required.
Two Hours.

PIAPR 7842 Doctoral Piano IV
Continuation of PIAPR 7832. Master class and jury required.
Two Hours.

PIAPR 7871 Elective Piano
Elective piano for doctoral students. Material appropriate to the student's level. Master class and jury not required. May be repeated for credit.
One Hour.

PIAPR 7872 Elective Piano
Elective piano for doctoral students. Material appropriate to the student's level. Master class and jury required. May be repeated for credit.
Two Hours.

PIAPR 7881 Elective Piano
Elective piano for doctoral students. Material appropriate to the student's level. Master class and jury not required. May be repeated for credit.
One Hour.

PIAPR 7882 Elective Piano
Elective piano for doctoral students. Material appropriate to the student's level. Master class and jury required. May be repeated for credit.
Two Hours.

PIAPR 8872 Doctoral Piano Recital I
Preparation and presentation of an acceptable sixty-minute doctoral recital and the study of additional repertoire. Master class required.
Two Hours.

PIAPR 8882 Doctoral Piano Ensemble Recital II
Preparation and presentation of an acceptable sixty-minute doctoral recital and the study of additional repertoire. Master class required.
Two Hours.

PIAPR 8892 Doctoral Piano Lecture-Recital III
Preparation and presentation of an acceptable sixty-minute doctoral lecture-recital and the study of additional repertoire. Prerequisite: PIACL 8862.
Two Hours.

VOICL 1912 Class Voice I - Music Majors
Class voice for music students. Memorization of songs appropriate to the student's concentration and level of achievement. Completion of the two-semester sequence of Class Voice may be used to satisfy the Voice Proficiency for non-voice concentrations.
Two Hours.

VOICL 1922 Class Voice II - Music Majors
Class voice for music students. Memorization of songs appropriate to the student's concentration and level of achievement. Completion of the two-semester sequence of Class Voice may be used to satisfy the Voice Proficiency for non-voice concentrations.
Two Hours.

VOICL 3912 Class Voice I - Music Majors
Class voice for music students. Memorization of songs appropriate to the student's concentration and level of achievement. Completion of the two-semester sequence of Class Voice may be used to satisfy the Voice Proficiency for non-voice concentrations.
Two Hours.

VOICL 3922 Class Voice II - Music Majors
Class voice for music students. Memorization of songs appropriate to the student's concentration and level of achievement. Completion of the two-semester sequence of Class Voice may be used to satisfy the Voice Proficiency for non-voice concentrations.
Two Hours.

VOICL 3952 English, Italian and Latin Diction
Introduction to the diction of English, Italian, and Latin based on the International Phonetic Alphabet.
Two Hours.

VOICL 3962 French and German Diction
Introduction to the diction of French and German based on the International Phonetic Alphabet.
Two Hours.

VOICL 4902 Voice Pedagogy
The study of basic techniques and materials used in teaching voice.
Two Hours.

VOICL 4908 Opera Workshop
Rehearsal and performance of opera and operetta, and elements of set, costume, and make-up design as well as stagecraft. May be repeated for credit.
0.5Hours.

VOICL 4911 Seminar in Solo Vocal Literature I
A survey of art song in Italy and Germany. The student does presentations that exemplify stylistic developments of major periods and composers.
One Hour.

VOICL 4921 Seminar in Solo Vocal Literature II
A survey of art song in France, Great Britain, and the United States. The student does presentations that exemplify stylistic developments of major periods and composers.
One Hour.

VOICL 4952 Seminar in Voice Pedagogy
Advanced study of the analysis and correction of voice problems. Prerequisite: VOICL 4902 or permission of instructor.
Two Hours.

VOICL 4962 Practice Teaching: Voice
Practice teaching under faculty supervision. Prerequisite: VOICL 4952 or permission of instructor.
Two Hours.

VOICL 4982 Special Research in Voice Pedagogy
Under the supervision of the individual voice instructor, the student prepares a major research paper from which the recital lecture is derived. Must be completed prior to VOIPR 4942.
Two Hours.

VOICL 7952 Doctoral Voice Pedagogy
Extensive study of the latest research in voice science. May be taken on a directed study basis when the class is not offered. Prerequisite: VOICL 4952 or permission of instructor.
Two Hours.

VOICL 7962 Doctoral Practice Teaching
Practice teaching under faculty supervision. Prerequisites: VOICL 4952 and VOICL 4962 or permission of instructor.
Two Hours.

VOICL 8016 Doctoral Dissertation in Voice Pedagogy
Preparation of an acceptable dissertation, the results of which will be validated through the presentation of a doctoral lecture-recital in VOIPR 8952.
Six Hours.

VOICL 8962 Doctoral Voice Document
Preparation of an acceptable research document, the results of which will be validated through the presentation of a doctoral lecture-recital in VOIPR 8992. A doctoral student preparing a voice document will enroll in VOICL 8000 Doctoral Research and Writing until the document is completed.
Two Hours.

VOIPR 1900 Voice Master Class
Group performance experience in which the members of each applied teacher's studio gather for performance, instruction, and discussion. Students are expected to minister in the music program of a local church or organization.
No Hours.

VOIPR 1932 M.A.C.M. Voice III
Memorization of works from the standard sacred and secular song literature, including oratorio and cantata arias. Master class and jury required. Prerequisite: VOICL 1922 or its equivalent.
Two Hours.

VOIPR 1942 M.A.C.M. Voice IV
Memorization of works from the standard sacred and secular song literature, including oratorio and cantata arias. Master class and jury required. Prerequisite: VOIPR 1932.
Two Hours.

VOIPR 1952 M.A.C.M. Voice V
Pre-recital semester. Memorization of works from the standard sacred and secular song literature, including oratorio and cantata arias. Master class and jury required. Prerequisite: VOIPR 1942.
Two Hours.

VOIPR 1962 M.A.C.M. Voice VI and Senior Recital
Preparation and presentation of a thirty-minute recital. Master class required. Prerequisite: VOIPR 1952.
Two Hours.

VOIPR 4900 Voice Master Class
Group performance experience in which the members of each applied teacher's studio gather for performance, instruction, and discussion. Students are expected to minister in the music program of a local church or organization.
No Hours.

VOIPR 4912 M.M. Voice I
Applied study for M.M. voice pedagogy and voice performance concentrations. Memorization of sacred and secular songs, including oratorio arias. Master class and jury required.
Two Hours.

VOIPR 4922 M.M. Voice II
Applied study for M.M. voice pedagogy and voice performance concentrations. Memorization of sacred and secular songs, including oratorio arias. Master class and jury required. Prerequisite: VOIPR 4912.
Two Hours.

VOIPR 4932 M.M. Voice Pedagogy III
Applied study for M.M. voice pedagogy concentrations. Memorization of sacred and secular songs, including oratorio arias. Master class and jury required. Prerequisite: VOIPR 4922.
Two Hours.

VOIPR 4942 M.M. Voice Pedagogy IV and Recital
Applied study for M.M. pedagogy concentrations involving the preparation of a fifty-minute lecture-recital. Master class required. Prerequisites: VOICL 4982 and VOIPR 4932.
Two Hours.

VOIPR 4951 Voice
Applied study for ministry, worship, and conducting students with previous undergraduate training. Memorization of songs from standard sacred and secular song literature. Master class and jury required.
One Hour.

VOIPR 4961 Voice
Applied study for ministry, worship, and conducting students with previous undergraduate training. Students chosen by the voice faculty may select Elective Recital VOIPR 5952 immediately following VOIPR 4961. Memorization of songs from standard sacred and secular song literature. Master class and jury required.
One Hour.

VOIPR 4982 M.M. Voice Performance III
Applied study for M.M. voice performance concentrations. Memorization of sacred and secular songs, including oratorio arias. Master class and jury required. Prerequisite: VOIPR 4922.
Two Hours.

VOIPR 4992 M.M. Voice Performance IV and Recital
Applied study for M.M. voice performance concentrations. Memorization and presentation of literature for a fifty-minute graduate recital. Master class required. Prerequisite: VOIPR 4982.
Two Hours.

VOIPR 5911 Elective Voice
Elective voice for any non-music student involving the study of song literature appropriate to the student's level. Available only when teaching loads permit. No master class or jury required. May be repeated for credit.
One Hour.

VOIPR 5921 Elective Voice
Elective voice for any non-music student involving the study of song literature appropriate to the student's level. Available only when teaching loads permit. No master class or jury required. May be repeated for credit.
One Hour.

VOIPR 5931 Elective Voice
Elective voice for music students. Memorization of standard sacred and secular song literature. Master class required. No jury. May be repeated for credit.
One Hour.

VOIPR 5932 Elective Voice
Elective voice for music students. Memorization of standard sacred and secular song literature. Master class required. No jury. May be repeated for credit.
Two Hours.

VOIPR 5941 Elective Voice
Elective voice for music students. Memorization of standard sacred and secular song literature. Master class required. No jury. May be repeated for credit.
One Hour.

VOIPR 5942 Elective Voice
Elective voice for music students. Memorization of standard sacred and secular song literature. Master class required. No jury. May be repeated for credit.
Two Hours.

VOIPR 5952 Elective Recital
A balance of sacred and secular song literature will be presented in a recital, given after completion of VOIPR 4961, and at the recommendation of the voice faculty. Master class required.
Two Hours.

VOIPR 7900 Voice Master Class
Group performance experience in which the members of each applied teacher's studio gather for performance, instruction, and discussion. Students are expected to minister in the music program of a local church or organization.
No Hours.

VOIPR 7912 Doctoral Voice I (Voice Performance)
Applied study for doctoral voice performance concentration preparing for VOICL 8962, VOIPR 8972, VOIPR 8982, and VOIPR 8992. Preparation of songs from standard sacred and secular literature, 10-12 songs memorized. Master class and 25-minute jury required.
Two Hours.

VOIPR 7922 Doctoral Voice II (Voice Performance)
Applied study for doctoral voice performance concentration preparing for VOICL 8962, VOIPR 8972, VOIPR 8982, and VOIPR 8992. Preparation of songs from standard sacred and secular literature, 10-12 songs memorized. Master class and 25-minute jury required.
Two Hours.

VOIPR 7932 Doctoral Voice I (Voice Pedagogy)
Applied study for doctoral voice pedagogy concentration preparing for VOICL 8016 and VOIPR 8952. Preparation of songs from standard sacred and secular literature, ten memorized songs. Master class and 25-minute jury required.
Two Hours.

VOIPR 7942 Doctoral Voice II (Voice Pedagogy)
Applied study for doctoral voice pedagogy concentration preparing for VOICL 8016 and VOIPR 8952. Preparation of songs from standard sacred and secular literature, ten memorized songs. Master class and 25-minute jury required.
Two Hours.

VOIPR 7951 Doctoral Elective Voice
Applied study for any doctoral student. Preparation of songs from standard sacred and secular song literature. Master class required. No jury. May be repeated for credit.
One Hour.

VOIPR 7952 Doctoral Elective Voice
Applied study for any doctoral student. Memorization of songs from standard sacred and secular song literature. Master class required. No jury. May be repeated for credit.
Two Hours.

VOIPR 7961 Doctoral Elective Voice
Applied study for any doctoral student. Preparation of songs from standard sacred and secular song literature. Master class required. No jury. May be repeated for credit.
One Hour.

VOIPR 7962 Doctoral Elective Voice
Applied study for any doctoral student. Memorization of songs from standard sacred and secular song literature. Master class required. No jury. May be repeated for credit.
Two Hours.

VOIPR 8952 Doctoral Voice Pedagogy Lecture-Recital
Final semester of applied study for doctoral pedagogy students, culminating in a sixty-minute public performance. Master class required. Prerequisites: VOICL 8016 and VOIPR 7942.
Two Hours.

VOIPR 8972 Doctoral Voice Recital I
Preparation and presentation of an acceptable sixty-minute doctoral recital. Master class required.
Two Hours.

VOIPR 8982 Doctoral Ensemble Recital II
Preparation of this sixty-minute recital, featuring works for solo voice with various instruments, will acquaint the singer with a body of literature that lies beyond the confines of art song, and requires solving problems of ensemble performance. Master class required.
Two Hours.

VOIPR 8992 Doctoral Voice Lecture-Recital III
Preparation and presentation of an acceptable sixty-minute doctoral lecture-recital, entirely of sacred repertoire. Master class required. Prerequisite: VOICL 8962.
Two Hours.

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