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    Elizabethtown College
   
 
  Jan 19, 2018
 
 
    
College Catalog 2013-2014 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 The following is a complete listing of the courses offered at Elizabethtown College. Use the filter to narrow your search.

 

Japanese

   •  JA 112 - PLO First Year Japanese 2
   •  JA 211 - PLO Second Year Japanese 1
   •  JA 212 - PLO Second Year Japanese 2
   •  JA 240 - NCH History of Japanese Are and Aesthetics (ART 240)
   •  JA 245 - NCH From Anime to Zen: Japanese Society, Business, and Culture
   •  JA 311 - Third Year Japanese 1
   •  JA 312 - Third Year Japanese 2
   •  JA 370-378 - Special Topics in Japanese
   •  JA 411 - Fourth Year Japanese 1
   •  JA 412 - Fourth Year Japanese 2
   •  JA 480-489 - Independent Study in Japanese
   •  JA 496 - Japanese Senior Research Project I
   •  JA 497 - Japanese Senior Research Project II

Latin

   •  LAT 111 - PLO Elementary Latin 1
   •  LAT 112 - PLO Elementary Latin 2

Master of Special Education

   •  MSE 512 - Learning Environment and Social Interaction in Inclusive Settings (SED 512)
   •  MSE 522 - Foundations of Inclusive Education (SED 222)
   •  MSE 524 - Methods of Teaching Students with High Incidence Disabilities (SED 224)
   •  MSE 530 - Methods of Teaching Students with Low Incidence Disabilities
   •  MSE 533 - Assessment in Special and Inclusive Education
   •  MSE 540 - Etiology, Equity, and Law
   •  MSE 542 - Effective Instruction for Students with PDD and/or ED
   •  MSE 544 - Intensive Reading, Writing, and Mathematics Intervention
   •  MSE 565 - Issues in Special Education
   •  MSE 570 - Graduate Student Teaching
   •  MSE 590 - Graduate Research Seminar

Mathematics

   •  MA 011 - Intermediate Algebra
   •  MA 105 - Mathematics for Liberal Studies
   •  MA 110 - College Algebra and Trigonometry
   •  MA 117 - Concepts of Calculus
   •  MA 121 - MA Calculus I
   •  MA 122 - Calculus II
   •  MA 201 - Linear Algebra
   •  MA 205 - Mathematics for the Early Childhood Teacher
   •  MA 206 - Mathematics for the Middle Level Elementary Teacher
   •  MA 222 - Calculus III
   •  MA 235 - Introduction to Mathematical Proofs
   •  MA 251 - MA Probability and Statistics
   •  MA 252 - Statistical Methods in Research
   •  MA 255 - Mathematics of Compound Interest
   •  MA 256 - Problem Solving in Interest Theory
   •  MA 260 - Introductory Mathematica and Cryptology
   •  MA 262 - Financial Mathematics with Excel
   •  MA 301 - Abstract Algebra
   •  MA 321 - Differential Equations
   •  MA 331 - Operations Research
   •  MA 341 - Modern Geometry
   •  MA 351 - Theory of Probability
   •  MA 352 - Mathematical Statistics
   •  MA 355 - Problem Solving in Actuarial Science
   •  MA 370-378 - Special Topics in Mathematics
   •  MA 400 - Senior Project
   •  MA 421 - Real Analysis
   •  MA 425 - Complex Variables
   •  MA 441 - Topology
   •  MA 457 - Actuarial Models - Financial Economics
   •  MA 458 - Actuarial Models - Life Contingencies
   •  MA 460 - Numerical Methods and Matlab
   •  MA 463 - Advanced Excel with Applications to Mathematics
   •  MA 464 - Geogebra
   •  MA 470-474 - Internship in Mathematics
   •  MA 480-489 - Independent Study in Mathematics

Music

Special Notes Regarding Applied Music Lessons and Ensembles

Students who register for applied music for credit must meet minimum standards established by the Department and should contact the Department office for a list of standards for each applied area. Students who have not attained the level necessary for credit may study through the Preparatory Division. Students in applied music advance as rapidly as their abilities permit. They must study technical exercises and literature from various musical periods and styles.

Students may register with or without credit for the established music ensembles and for other ensembles organized under faculty supervision; ensemble registration for credit may be repeated. All students must meet the standards for attendance at rehearsals and public performances established by the faculty Directors.

Applied music lessons and certain music ensembles may be counted for the Creative Expression requirement of the Core Program if taken as letter-graded for four semesters. An additional fee is charged for applied music lessons. Fees are printed on the master course schedule.

   •  MU 100 - Repertoire Class
   •  MU 101 - Theory I
   •  MU 102 - Theory II
   •  MU 103 - Aural Skills I
   •  MU 104 - Aural Skills II
   •  MU 105 - WCH Introduction to Western Music Literature
   •  MU 111 - Voice Class
   •  MU 115 - CE Fundamentals at the Keyboard
   •  MU 117 - Functional Keyboard Skills I
   •  MU 118 - Functional Keyboard Skills II
   •  MU 119 - Guitar Class I
   •  MU 120 - Guitar Class II
   •  MU 130 - Survey of Music Education
   •  MU 133 - Diction for Singers
   •  MU 150 - Professional Seminar
   •  MU 151 - Introduction to Music Therapy
   •  MU 152 - Music Therapy and Clinical Populations
   •  MU 201 - Theory III
   •  MU 202 - Theory IV
   •  MU 203 - Aural Skills III
   •  MU 204 - Aural Skills IV
   •  MU 205 - NCH World Music
   •  MU 211 - Music History: 1600-1850
   •  MU 212 - Music History: 1850 to the Present
   •  MU 217 - Functional Keyboard Skills III
   •  MU 218 - Functional Keyboard Skills IV
   •  MU 230 - Music Teaching and Learning
   •  MU 231 - Brass Class
   •  MU 232 - Woodwind Class
   •  MU 234 - Percussion Class
   •  MU 236 - Percussion for Music Therapy
   •  MU 237 - String Class
   •  MU 239 - Vocal Pedagogy
   •  MU 240 - Conducting Laboratory
   •  MU 241 - Music Therapy Methods and Techniques I
   •  MU 245 - CE Introduction to Songwriting
   •  MU 253 - Music Therapy Methods and Techniques II
   •  MU 254 - Practical Experiences I: Music Therapy
 

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