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Course Description: Select ensemble, emphasizing performance of sacred and secular choral music. Course Description: Further investigation into the concepts and processes of visual communication. Content includes pitch and rhythm, scales and modes, meters, intervals, trends and seventh chords, and embellishment. Course Description: Techniques and materials of teaching vocal music in middle and high school, administrative duties, general music classes, and choral ensembles. MUS 485  Applied Saxophone: Major Instrument     Credits: 1-2. Prerequisite(s): THR 113 and THR 228. Course Description: Independent projects developed in consultation with a departmental faculty mentor. Prerequisite(s): Two credits in MUS 388. Course Description: The figure in various media; still life, landscape, and nonobjective directions; problems dealing with the complete drawing. MUS 379  Applied Viola: Major Instrument     Credits: 1-2. May be repeated for credit. MUS 305  Entrepreneurship in Music     Credits: 3. May be repeated for credit. Course Description: Overview of synthesis via hardware and software, including musique-concrete, additive and subtractive synthesis, FM synthesis and physical modeling. The specific level requirements are available from the appropriate applied instructor or the Department of Music Office. Prerequisite(s): Departmental approval. Same as PHL 335. Prerequisite(s): CIN 230 and ART 190. Applied Learning. Course Description: Study and application of computer-aided design techniques for scenery construction and design, focusing on the use of VectorWorks to create technical drawings for theatre. Satisfies the proficiency requirements for B.M.E. Course Description: Music materials, forms, historical-social development of composers and compositions. The specific level requirements are available from the appropriate applied instructor or the Department of Music Office. B.S., Nazareth College of Rochester; M.M., Ithaca College, M.M., D.M.A., University of Missouri-Kansas City. Course Description: For the music major; studies compatible with the student's applied level. Six studio hours. THR 367  History of Theatre     Credits: 3. MUS 385  Applied Saxophone: Major Instrument     Credits: 1-2. We inspire our students with our passion for learning and creating while motivating them to grow academically, professionally and personally. MUS 383  Applied Flute: Major Instrument     Credits: 1-2. Meets two hours per week. Tap shoes required. Course focuses on script analysis, the design process, equipment, and application. Course Description: A rotating topics course focusing on various issues relating to the world of film production and direction. NEW Missouri Learning Standards - Fine Arts (4/2019) Executive Summary Fine Arts Work Groups Grade-Level Expectations Revisions & Recommendations March 2019. B.M.E., M.A., Northeast Missouri State University. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite(s): Departmental approval. ART 471  Topics in Renaissance/Baroque Art     Credits: 3. Prerequisite(s): Completion of the major-minor declaration in music, minimum 2.5 GPA in the major field, and departmental approval. Course Description: For the music major; studies compatible with the student's applied level. Our Mission. MUS 476  Applied 'Cello: Major Instrument     Credits: 1-2. Prerequisite(s): CIN 477 and Instructor Approval. Prerequisite(s): MUS 215 and MUS 216. vocal students. Course Description: A study of methods and materials for lighting the stage. Course Description: Musical styles, techniques, composers, and culture from ancient music to the 1700s. The specific level requirements are available from the appropriate applied instructor or the Department of Music Office. Missouri Western State University is starting a School of Fine Arts in response to increased interest from students. Students will also work with community organizations as well, such as the St. Joseph Youth Chorale. David McIntire (2013) Associate Professor, Music. MUS 440  Commercial Music Practicum     Credits: 4. Course Description: An intermediate-level dance course in contemporary modern technique. Thomas Edwards (2007) Professor, Music. Prerequisite(s): Two credits in MUS 373. What is A Master's In Fine Art? CORE 42: MOTR PERF 105D; Studio Art - Introduction to Drawing, ART 120  Two-Dimensional Design     Credits: 3. MUS 374  Applied Tuba: Major Instrument     Credits: 1-2. Course is graded on a pass/fail basis. Course Description: An introduction to the practical and theoretical aspects of graphic design, focusing on the exploration of conceptual ideas and the development of visual problem-solving skills. Students at all levels of experience are encouraged to participate. Prerequisite(s): ART 110, ART 120, ART 130, ART 229, and ART 388. During the 2018-2019 academic year, Missouri Western State University handed out 41 bachelor's degrees in visual and performing arts. As educators, we offer our students unique opportunities and practical, applied experiences designed to prepare them to be successful artists, scholars, educators and productive citizens. Prerequisite(s): Minimum GPA 2.5, declared departmental major, and acceptance into the program via audition/application/portfolio review process. Course Description: A critical study of script formats: mastery of character and scene development used in works of dramatic literature and the practical application of this research to create a more dynamic and interesting character on stage. Prerequisite(s): Two credits in MUS 387. Course Description: Explores the choreographic process. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite(s): THR 222. Prerequisite(s): ART 110, ART 120, ART 160, ART 210, ART 229, ART 321, and credit or concurrent enrollment in ART 325. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite(s): MUS 355 and MUS 356. CORE 42: MOTR PERF 102O; Music Performance - Orchestra. The mission of the art programs at Missouri Western State University is to graduate students with the knowledge and ability to become professional artists, designers and art historians capable of making informed and creative decisions that will benefit the individual, the community and society. May be repeated for a total of 9 credit hours. Prerequisite(s): Departmental approval. Prerequisite(s): MUS 115. THR 230  Improvisation Workshop     Credits: 1. Course Description: Fundamentals of stage movement for performers and directors. The Theatre, Cinema and Dance program offers the following degrees: Students may minor in Theatre, Cinema, Dance, Speech and Theatre, or Musical Theatre. Prerequisite(s): CIN 245. Includes score study and effective rehearsal techniques. Course Description: A rotating topics course focusing on various issues relating to the world of film. May be repeated for credit. This course is intended to provide student an opportunity to focus on advanced techniques used in the production of 3-D digital animation. Prerequisite(s): Departmental approval. Course Description: Class lessons to develop playing skills and instructional methodology of the trumpet, French horn, euphonium, trombone, and tuba and techniques of teaching these instruments. Work towards personal promotion and portfolio presentation. The project to enhance Potter Hall at Missouri Western State University has received a $1 million gift from Drew H. Brown of St. Joseph to support the addition of a visual arts annex. May be repeated for credit. Course Description: Intermediate level non-linear editing, building upon basic editing skills introduced in CIN 245. MUS 304  Form and Analysis     Credits: 2. THR 348  Directing for the Stage I     Credits: 3. To be taken concurrently with MUS 338. Class consists of a warm-up, across the floor and center combinations. Prerequisite(s): ART 205 and ART 255. Students will do self-evaluative exercises in order to guide the types of internship experiences that will be most beneficial to their own career goals. This course is a prerequisite for any studio art course except ART 110 and ART 120. May be repeated for credit. Course Description: Musical styles, techniques, composers, and culture from the 1700s to the early 1900s. Course Description: Group singing of various styles of music literature. MUS 345  Percussion Ensemble     Credits: 1. Course Description: A survey of the International Phonetic Alphabet for choral and vocal literature. Prerequisite(s): CIN 100 or departmental approval. THR 345  Shakespeare in Performance     Credits: 3. MUS 484  Applied Oboe: Major Instrument     Credits: 1-2. Course Description: History of the theatre from the beginning of the 20th century to present day. Prerequisite(s): Departmental approval. Special fees for applied music are assessed for these courses. The knowledge and experience gained from participating in and viewing the performing and visual arts fosters the acquisition of new perspectives on the social, cultural and historical traditions of the world and teaches students creative ways to address the challenges of daily life. Course Description: Basic concert band literature with public performance; laboratory for conducting and arranging students; experience on secondary instruments. Topics include modes, scales, set-class analysis, new approaches to meter, serialism, and the study of pop, rock, and jazz. May be repeated for credit. Course must be completed during one of the two semesters prior to junior year. SAINT JOSEPH, Mo. Closely related keys and modulation techniques. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite(s): ART 110, ART 120, and ART 229. MUS 450  Independent Research/Project     Credits: 1-5. ART 133  Introduction to Art Therapy     Credits: 3. This course meets three hours per week. Participation in a production as performer, member of stage or construction crew, or members of production committee may be required. MUS 301  Advanced Diction for Singers     Credits: 2. We believe that the arts are woven intricately into the fabric of University life and the performing and visual arts are central to the educational mission of any university, especially at an outstanding institution like Missouri Western State University. The Missouri Fine Arts Academy is a residential program for highly motivated student artists in visual arts, theatre, dance, creative writing and music. Prerequisite(s): CIN 230 and ART 190. Course Description: A beginning-level dance course in tap dance. Madeline Rislow (2015) Assistant Professor, Art. Prerequisite(s): ART 492 with a grade of C or higher. MUS 100  Concert/Recital Attendance     Credits: 0. Requires instructor approval. Students serve in pre-assigned crew positions. Course Description: Application of musical theatre performance technique utilizing scenes and music from the Broadway stage. Emphasis on release techniques, rhythmic precision, and spatial principles through extended complex combinations and athleticism. Special fees for applied music are assessed for these courses. Prerequisite(s): MUS 210. CIN 330  Greenscreen & Rotoscoping     Credits: 3. Welcome to the School of Fine Arts! MUS 380  Applied Violin: Major Instrument     Credits: 1-2. Course Description: Scales and arpeggios, various style harmonizations of folk and popular musics utilizing secondary chords and secondary dominants, performing choral warmups and open score reading from the keyboard, and intermediate level accompaniments for solo voice. Course Description: This course focuses on the performance of the works of William Shakespeare and his contemporaries. Prerequisite(s): Departmental approval. MUS 240  Chamber Music Performance: Brass     Credits: 1-2. MUS 313  Topics in Music Literature: Choral     Credits: 1-2. Course Description: Seminar-type class that offers an overview of hardware and software applications for creating digital multimedia, including websites, audio and video, and interactive media. A solo audition is required for admission into performance ensembles and for consideration for participation grants and music scholarships. Prerequisite(s): Two credits in MUS 383. THR 370  Theatre/Video Workshop     Credits: 3. Course Description: Teaching methodologies and materials for the secondary school art teacher; design of appropriate art learning experiences for the adolescent. (816) 271-4282 Prerequisite(s): ART 110, ART 120, ART 130, ART 349, and ART 492. MUS 468  Middle and High School Instrumental Methods     Credits: 3. Course Description: This course provides students with an introduction to 2D image manipulation and motion graphics software for live action VFX integration. May not be repeated for credit. May be repeated for credit. Course Description: Study and performance of vocal music for the lyric stage, including opera (in English or in English translation), operetta, musical theatre and other contemporary interdisciplinary forms. MUS 367  Musicianship III Lab     Credits: 1. MUS 270  Applied Euphonium: Major Instrument     Credits: 1-2. Prerequisite(s): THR 113 and ENG 104. Course Description: This course introduces students to 2D and 3D tracking with a focus on Object Tracking, Camera Tracking, and Motion Tracking within a motion graphics and 3D modeling software. Prerequisite(s): MUS 217. Emphasizes production management, budgeting and scheduling. Meets General Studies Category 5, Line 2 physical activity course. Nathanael May, Chairperson The specific level requirements are available from the appropriate applied instructor or the Department of Music Office. Prerequisite(s): A grade of C or higher in MUS 288. Four studio hours. May be repeated for credit. Meets General Studies Category 5, Line 2 physical activity course. The specific level requirements are available from the appropriate applied instructor or the Department of Music Office. MUS 340  Renaissance Singers     Credits: 1, MUS 341  Vocal Jazz Ensemble     Credits: 1. Prerequisite(s): MUS 115 and MUS 116. Course Description: This course is designed to give singers experience in the style of jazz singing in both ensemble and solo formats. MUS 352  Commercial Music Ensemble     Credits: 1. Student must have access to a DSLR digital camera with adjustable aperture and shutter speed. Course Description: This course sequence is designed to develop the practical skills of the music major through sight-singing, dictation, and improvisation, and to integrate theoretical concepts (the Theory and Analysis sequence) with various styles of music. Course Description: Western musical history, styles, techniques, and composers from antiquity to the beginning of the 19th Century. MUS 404  Musical Techniques of the 20th/21st Centuries     Credits: 2. Prerequisite(s): Junior review and departmental approval. CIN 230  Digital 2D fundamentals     Credits: 3. Meets two days a week. CORE 42: MOTR PERF 105C; Studio Art- Introduction to Ceramics, ART 160  Beginning Drawing II     Credits: 3. CORE 42: MOTR MUSC 100; Music Appreciation, MUS 103  Fundamentals of Music     Credits: 2. Documents – New Missouri Learning Standards Fine Arts (August 2020) Print these document before you attend a New Missouri Learning Standards –Fine Arts Online Training Workshop. The specific level requirements are available from the appropriate applied instructor or the Department of Music Office. Prerequisite(s): A grade of C or higher in MUS 270. Course Description: This course emphasizes the practical and theoretical principles of character animation. May be repeated for credit. Course Description: Overview of methods and hardware used for live sound in a variety of situations, including theater, concert and conference. MUS 373  Applied Trumpet: Major Instrument     Credits: 1-2. Includes basic maintenance and repair of these instruments. Course Description: A continuation of Tap Dance I. May be repeated for up to 8 hours of credit. MUS 307  Percussion Methods and Materials     Credits: 2. Prerequisite(s): MUS 210. However, applicants holding the BA, BS or other bachelor’s degrees are eligible to apply if they have a minimum of 40 hours of undergraduate studio credits or an equivalent commensurate professional experience. Course Description: Explores the many possible paths to a career in music. Prerequisite(s): Departmental approval. Meets General Studies Category 5, Line 2 physical activity course. MUS 311  History of Music: Classical to Modern     Credits: 2. MUS 470  Applied Euphonium: Major Instrument     Credits: 1-2. Prerequisite(s): THR 113. Course Description: A continuation of MUS 356. The specific level requirements are available from the appropriate applied instructor or the Department of Music Office. Prerequisite(s): Departmental approval. MUS 389  Applied Voice: Major Instrument     Credits: 1-2. MUS 325  Marching Band Techniques     Credits: 1. ART 493  Internship In Art     Credits: 2-6. — Missouri Western State University (MWSU) is currently in the process of renovating Potter Hall, the home of its School of Fine Arts, with a proposal from a local firm that will include renovations and new additions to the existing 1970s-era facility. Prerequisite(s): DAN 110 or instructor approval. Prerequisite(s): ART 321 and ART 325. ART 492  Graphic Design III     Credits: 3. MUS 362  History of Western Music I: Ancient to Classical     Credits: 3. Course Description: A course for graduating seniors which consists of a final approved cumulative degree program project and the preparation of a professional portfolio and career preparation. May be repeated for up to 6 credit hours. Six studio hours. Course Description: This is a workshop course, ideally, for students in their fourth or fifth semester which job search preparation in addition to compiling work for their first reel, reflective self-analysis and professional outlook. Course Description: In this course we will explore the process for creating, exporting and importing assets from standard 3D modeling and animation software to a game engine. This course must be taken during one of the last two semesters prior to graduation. This course will guide students through the process of developing a resume, business card and portfolio to meet the expectations of the current trends in the industry. Course Description: Practical guided experience in a range of design, graphic art, typography, illustration, photography and publications tasks. Prerequisite(s): Departmental approval. Advanced audio recording techniques and production including individual/group projects. Each semester will be devoted to a specific type of commercial music (country, rock, jazz, mixed dance styles) and the ensemble will explore the various styles encountered within each type. Students learn typographic structure and informational hierarchies while exploring both the formal and expressive qualities of type. Prerequisite(s): Departmental approval. Esports Video Productions- Students will have the opportunity to work on video productions that support and highlight the esports program at Missouri Western. ART 300  Elementary Art Teaching: Philosophy and Methods     Credits: 3. We believe that the arts are woven intricately into the fabric of University life and the performing and visual arts are central to the educational mission of any university, especially at an outstanding institution like Missouri Western State University. Students will also continue developing skills in model composition and arranging. To be taken concurrently with MUS 389. Prerequisite(s): Departmental approval. Course Description: For the music major; studies compatible with the student's applied level. ART 459  Character Animation     Credits: 3. Prerequisite(s): ART 110, ART 120, ART 160, ART 210, ART 229 and ART 321. Meets two hours per week. Prerequisite(s): Departmental approval. Includes barre, centre, adagio, allegro and reverence. Course Description: Introduction to computer hardware, software and peripherals commonly used by professional artists. Prerequisite(s): MUS 210. May be repeated for credit.

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