All Courses

Offering a myriad of Theatre curriculum related to Acting, Directing and Production and Design.

MUS 001 F: Instrumental Performance Practicum


This course is for students who wish to increase their knowledge of instrumental and vocal performance. Various topics will be offered. This course runs concurrently with MUS 201 F.

Units: 0.5 to 3

 Sorry this course is not scheduled for this term.

MUS 021 F: Piano Pedagogy I

Piano Studies


This course is offered to pianists who intend to teach privately. Emphasis is on comparison of current beginning and elementary piano method books; communication; motivation; and business skills of maintaining a private piano studio.

Units: 3 Prerequisite

 Sorry this course is not scheduled for this term.

MUS 022 F: Piano Pedagogy II

Piano Studies


54 hours lecture and 18 hours lab per term. This course is an overviewof performance practices and musical styles of each musical period.Students will learn pedagogical methods for teaching intermediate toearly advanced level piano students through a hands-on study of repertoire,theory and technique from a teaching standpoint. Class participationincludes peer teaching, piano competition, and teaching demonstrations.Beginning pianists may not take this course.

Units: 0
CRN: 21860
Jan. 29 to May. 26
7:00am - 11:15am

MUS 070 F: Musical Theatre Techniques


36 hours lecture per term. Students will participate in an in-depth analysisand application of the skills necessary for the performance in the styles ofMusical Theatre, from audition to performance.

Units: 0

 Sorry this course is not scheduled for this term.

MUS 081 F: Music Tour Practicum


0-54 hours lecture and 0-108 hours lab per term. This course is forstudents who wish to increase their knowledge and skills in a practicalconcert tour. This class will involve the students in the preparation,management, and performance venues appropriate for the genre. Varioustopics will be offered. Unit credit may range from .5 to 3 units in anygiven semester. Consult the class schedule to verify credit for a particularsemester.

Units: 0

 Sorry this course is not scheduled for this term.

MUS 100 F: Music Laboratory

Theory and Composition


This course is designed to supplement music courses that have a lab component. One to two units may be earned by additional listening and practice in our Music Lab.

Units: 1 to 2

 Sorry this course is not scheduled for this term.

MUS 101 F: Music Fundamentals

Theory and Composition


This is an entry-level course in music theory for non-music majors and includes introduction to clefs, scales, key signatures, chords, the piano keyboard and aural skills.

Units: 3 Transfer Designation
CRN: 21685
Jan. 29 to May. 26
4:05pm - 5:30pm

MUS 102 F: Music Reading

Theory and Composition


This course offers students the opportunity to learn from the beginning how to perform music from the printed page of sheet music. Beginning studies in pitch and rhythm provide a foundation for developing skills to the highest level.

Units: 3 Transfer Designation
CRN: 21686
Jan. 29 to May. 26
3:10pm - 4:35pm

MUS 103 F: Beginning Musicianship

Theory and Composition


This is the first course in ear-training, sight singing, and musicianship skills for the music major. It includes developing melodic and rhythmic performance skills as well as melodic, harmonic, and rhythmic dictation.

Units: 1 PrerequisiteAdvisory Transfer Designation
CRN: 22296
Jan. 29 to May. 26
7:45am - 8:45am
CRN: 22327
Jan. 29 to May. 26
7:50am - 8:50am

MUS 104 F: Intermediate Musicianship

Theory and Composition


This course is a continuation of MUS 103 F. It includes further developing of skills in ear-training to include chord progressions of extended length (full phrases) and with all inversions and melodic dictation of greater length to include diatonic skips utilizing different meters and minor keys with diatonic variants. The sight singing will include extended melodies with skips in diatonic chords and include minor keys with diatonic variants.

Units: 1 PrerequisiteAdvisory Transfer Designation
CRN: 22306
Jan. 29 to May. 26
9:25am - 10:30am
CRN: 23882
Jan. 29 to May. 26
12:25pm - 1:30pm

MUS 106 F: Introduction to Music Theory

Theory and Composition


This is the entry-level course in music theory for music majors and includes introduction to clefs, scales, key signatures, chords, the piano keyboard, aural skills, and to musical styles of major periods in music history.

Units: 3 Advisory Transfer Designation
CRN: 21682
Jan. 29 to May. 26
3:55pm - 5:20pm
CRN: 21684
Jan. 29 to May. 26
3:10pm - 4:35pm
CRN: 21687
Jan. 29 to May. 26
12:45pm - 2:10pm

MUS 107 F: Harmony I

Theory and Composition


This course is designed for the music major. It includes four-part writing, cadences, 7th chords, chord inversions, figured bass symbols, tonality, phrases, periods, non-harmonic tones, harmonic progressions, and introduction to secondary dominants.

Units: 3 PrerequisiteAdvisory Transfer Designation
CRN: 22304
Jan. 29 to May. 26
9:05am - 10:30am
CRN: 22308
Jan. 29 to May. 26
9:05am - 10:30am

MUS 108 F: Introduction to Music Technology

Music Technology


This course covers the fundamental aspects of sound, human hearing, consumer electronics, and the latest developments in DAWs, video and music technology. This course is required for most music programs.

Units: 2 Transfer Designation
CRN: 21677
Jan. 29 to May. 26
CRN: 22002
Jan. 29 to May. 26
7:35am - 9:40am
CRN: 22694
Jan. 29 to May. 26
6:00pm - 8:05pm

MUS 109 F: Harmony II

Theory and Composition


This course is a continuation of concepts introduced in Harmony I. The material will continue skills with secondary dominants, and modulations. It will include modulation to distantly related keys, chromatic harmony, harmonization of melodies, and analysis of period literature.

Units: 3 PrerequisiteAdvisory Transfer Designation
CRN: 22305
Jan. 29 to May. 26
7:50am - 9:15am
CRN: 23881
Jan. 29 to May. 26
4:30pm - 5:55pm

MUS 110 F: Electronic Music I: Beginning Music Production

Music Technology


This course covers the history of electronic music, the classical tape studio and the analogue voltage controlled synthesizer as well as the fundamentals of electronic music theory and techniques for instrument synthesis and sound design.

Units: 3 PrerequisiteTransfer Designation
CRN: 21680
Jan. 29 to May. 26
11:15am - 2:25pm
CRN: 21681
Jan. 29 to May. 26
5:40pm - 7:45pm

MUS 112 F: The Music Business

Music Technology


This course is an essential course for anyone wishing to understand the dynamics of the music and entertainment industries. This course is designed for aspiring songwriters, artists, publishers and producers.

Units: 2 Transfer Designation
CRN: 22004
Jan. 29 to May. 26
12:00pm - 2:05pm

MUS 113 F: Jazz History - An Appreciation

General Education


This course traces jazz music from its inception to modern times. Students develop an appreciation of the jazz art forms, styles, artists and cultures that created today's jazz music. Out-of-class activities will include music listening and concert attendance.

Units: 3 Transfer Designation
CRN: 21670
Jan. 29 to May. 26
9:00am - 10:25am
CRN: 21671
Jan. 29 to May. 26
8:00am - 9:25am
CRN: 21672
Jan. 29 to May. 26
9:35am - 11:00am

MUS 116 F: Music Appreciation

General Education


This course is designed to give students a directed listening introduction and historical framework to a wide variety of music from the Middle Ages/Renaissance to the present. Out-of-class activities include music listening and concert attendance.

Units: 3 Transfer Designation
CRN: 21420
Jan. 29 to May. 26
8:35am - 10:00am
CRN: 21422
Jan. 29 to May. 26
11:10am - 2:20pm
CRN: 21755
Jan. 29 to May. 26
CRN: 21931
Jan. 29 to May. 26
2:30pm - 3:55pm
CRN: 21932
Jan. 29 to May. 26
2:20pm - 3:45pm
CRN: 22251
Jan. 29 to May. 26
CRN: 24354
Jan. 29 to May. 26
CRN: 24978
May. 1 to May. 17
3:00pm - 4:50pm

MUS 118 F: Intro to Opera

General Education


54 hours lecture and 18 hours lab per term. Introduction to the standardoperatic repertoire in terms of development of musical style, dramaticstructure, and performance tradition. Emphasis on elements of the artof operatic singing, voice classification, vocal range and technique, anddramatic values. Opportunities for attendance at operatic performanceswill be provided. Open to all students. (CSU) (UC) (Degree Credit) AA GE,CSU GE, IGETC

Units:

 Sorry this course is not scheduled for this term.

MUS 119 F: History of Rock Music

General Education


This course is a chronological study of rock and roll from its cultural beginnings in the early 1900s to the present. The course combines music analysis with explorations of the culture the music reflects, including social, economic, and political history.

Units: 3 Transfer Designation
CRN: 21418
Jan. 29 to May. 26
7:00am - 8:25am
CRN: 21419
Jan. 29 to May. 26
4:35pm - 7:45pm
CRN: 21423
Jan. 29 to May. 26
8:35am - 10:00am
CRN: 21673
Jan. 29 to May. 26
6:15pm - 9:25pm
CRN: 21674
Jan. 29 to May. 26
6:15pm - 9:25pm
CRN: 21675
Jan. 29 to May. 26
11:10am - 2:20pm
CRN: 21676
Jan. 29 to May. 26
11:10am - 2:20pm
CRN: 23161
Jan. 29 to May. 26
CRN: 23163
Jan. 29 to May. 26
CRN: 23597
Jan. 29 to May. 26
CRN: 24244
Jan. 29 to May. 26
CRN: 24852
Jan. 29 to May. 26
7:00am - 8:25am

MUS 120 F: Survey of Music History

General Education


This course will examine music from ancient times to the present day with special emphasis on western art music. This course is required for all music majors.

Units: 3 Transfer Designation
CRN: 21683
Jan. 29 to May. 26
10:40am - 12:05pm

MUS 122 F: Advanced Music Business

Music Technology


This course is a continuation of MUS 112 F. An essential class for those wishing to deepen their understanding of the dynamics of the music and entertainment industries. Designed for aspiring songwriters, artists, publishers and producers.

Units: 2 PrerequisiteTransfer Designation

 Sorry this course is not scheduled for this term.

MUS 124 F: Recording Lab I: Beginning Techniques

Music Technology


This course represents the first step in the training of recording engineers and music producers. This course explores audio theory and includes direct lab experience in the Music Department's extensive recording facilities.

Units: 3 PrerequisiteTransfer Designation
CRN: 21415
Jan. 29 to May. 26
3:50pm - 5:55pm
CRN: 21417
Jan. 29 to May. 26
12:45pm - 2:50pm

MUS 125 F: Recording Techniques Workshop for Performers

Music Technology


36 hours lecture and 54 hours lab per term. This course is designed forthe music performer enrolled in a college performance ensemble thatis involved in making a performance tape, CD, DVD or TV show. Thiscourse includes recording, use of clic tracks, mike placement/set up, useof headphones, proper overdubbing techniques, lip syncing when neededand developing advanced lab performance skills. Enrollment in this class isavailable only to students who are enrolled in a college performing groupor small ensemble that is recording during the term the class is beingoffered or as a Recording/Production Career Technical Education student.(CSU) (Degree Credit)

Units:

 Sorry this course is not scheduled for this term.

MUS 156 F: Beginning Jazz Improvisation - Instrumental

Jazz Studies


This course is designed to empower beginning musicians to improvise in the jazz idiom. Students will learn the art of constructing a melodic solo that is rhythmically and harmonically appropriate.

Units: 1 Transfer Designation
CRN: 21731
Jan. 29 to May. 26
5:00pm - 6:25pm

MUS 172 F: Opera Theatre Workshop


18 hours lecture and 54 hours lab per term. This course is an in-depthanalysis and application of the skills necessary for the performance in thestyles of opera and theatre from audition to performance. Course may betaken four times for credit. (CSU) (Degree Credit)

Units:
CRN: 24208
Jan. 2 to Jan. 24
10:00am - 2:15pm

MUS 180 F: Collegiate Chorale

Choral Studies


This course is a performing group which performs traditional choral music of all styles including folk songs and musical theatre with an emphasis on music from the Baroque, Classical and Romantic periods. This course is open to all students with limited or no singing experience.

Units: 1 Advisory Transfer Designation
CRN: 22769
Jan. 29 to May. 26
3:00pm - 4:25pm
CRN: 24209
Jan. 29 to May. 26
9:07am - 9:07am

MUS 181 F: Women’s Chorale

Choral Studies


This is a performing group which rehearses and performs standard women's choral literature with an emphasis on learning and practicing basic choral techniques. This course is open to students with limited or no singing experience.

Units: 1 Advisory Transfer Designation
CRN: 21688
Jan. 29 to May. 26
10:10am - 11:35am

MUS 196HF: Honors Creative Arts - Music

General Education


This Honors-enhanced course offers an in-depth exposure to the musical and theatrical performing arts, the fine arts of painting, sculpture, photography and literature. The focus of this seminar-based course is on how these creative arts interrelate.

Units: 3 Transfer Designation
CRN: 24418
Jan. 29 to May. 26
1:10pm - 4:20pm

MUS 203 F: Counterpoint

Theory and Composition


This course covers the study of 17th and 18th century counterpoint, including application to the 20th century. This course explores free counterpoint of canonic writing, two- and three-part invention and 2-, 3-, and 4-voice fugues.

Units: 3 PrerequisiteCorequisiteAdvisory Transfer Designation
CRN: 21997
Jan. 29 to May. 26
7:50am - 9:15am
CRN: 23601
Jan. 29 to May. 26
10:40am - 12:05pm

MUS 204 F: Advanced Musicianship

Theory and Composition


This course is a continuation of MUS 104 F and includes developing melodic and rhythmic sight singing, along with melodic, harmonic, and rhythmic dictation.

Units: 1 PrerequisiteAdvisory Transfer Designation
CRN: 22307
Jan. 29 to May. 26
9:25am - 10:30am
CRN: 23609
Jan. 29 to May. 26
10:40am - 11:40am

MUS 205 F: Pop/Commercial Music Theory

Theory and Composition


This course covers the study of harmonic materials as used in popular music and jazz.

Units: 3 PrerequisiteTransfer Designation

 Sorry this course is not scheduled for this term.

MUS 206 F: Pop/Commercial Musicianship

Theory and Composition


This course designed to enhance students aural skills in the jazz and pop idioms. The course includes singing, conducting and transcribing drills.

Units: 1 PrerequisiteTransfer Designation

 Sorry this course is not scheduled for this term.

MUS 207 F: Pop/Commercial Arranging/Composing

Theory and Composition


72 hours lecture and 18 hours lab per term. This course is an analysis ofcontemporary and traditional songs and study of techniques of scoringfor various combinations of voices and instruments. Emphasis of usingmodern orchestration and scoring projects to be performed and recordedfor class members. (CSU) (Degree Credit)

Units:
CRN: 22925
Jan. 29 to May. 26
8:00am - 9:25am

MUS 208 F: Music Copying and Notation Software

Theory and Composition


This course covers the preparation of professional quality manuscripts, vocal scores, instrumental scores, transposition of instruments and copying from full instrumental score. This course is open to all music majors, music teachers or performers.

Units: 2 PrerequisiteTransfer Designation

 Sorry this course is not scheduled for this term.

MUS 224 F: Recording Studio II: Int Tech

Music Technology


This highly technical class represents the intermediate step in training for recording engineers and music producers. Students learn digital audio software and the use of a digital audio workstation employing Protools and Logic Pro in the context of a working recording studio.

Units: 3 Transfer Designation
CRN: 21653
Jan. 29 to May. 26
3:25pm - 5:30pm
CRN: 23164
Jan. 29 to May. 26
6:00pm - 10:15pm

MUS 226 F: Recording Studio III: Advanced Techniques

Music Technology


This course teaches students the organizational skills necessary to setup and organize complex recording environments. This course will allow the students to create a portfolio of various styles of sophisticated recordings.

Units: 3 PrerequisiteTransfer Designation
CRN: 22863
Jan. 29 to May. 26
1:40pm - 5:55pm
CRN: 23905
Jan. 29 to May. 26
7:50am - 12:05pm

MUS 256 F: Advanced Jazz Improvisation - Instrumental

Jazz Studies


18 hours lecture and 58.5 hours lab per term. This course places emphasison intermediate techniques of rhythmic, melodic, and harmonic improvisation.(CSU) (UC) (Degree Credit)

Units:

 Sorry this course is not scheduled for this term.

MUS 259 F: Steel Drum Ensemble

Instrumental Music


18 hours lecture and 18 hours lab per term. Lectures and demonstrationsare combined with student performances that provide information andopportunities toward the goal of live musical performances in the SteelPan Ensemble. Emphasis will be placed on sight reading and improvisationof music from Trinidad, modern jazz, and classical arrangements. Coursemay be taken four times for credit. (CSU) (UC) (Degree Credit)

Units:

 Sorry this course is not scheduled for this term.

MUS 260 F: Guitar Ensemble

Instrumental Music


This performance group is primarily for music majors but open to all students by audition. The ensemble rehearses and performs Renaissance to Contemporary styles.

Units: 1 PrerequisiteTransfer Designation
CRN: 21732
Jan. 29 to May. 26
12:15pm - 2:20pm

MUS 261 F: String Ensemble

Instrumental Music


This course is a performing group comprised of music majors and non-majors. The ensemble rehearses string literature from all periods of music from 1650 to the present.

Units: 1 PrerequisiteTransfer Designation

 Sorry this course is not scheduled for this term.

MUS 262 F: Woodwind Ensemble

Instrumental Music


This course is designed for the experienced music student in order to play chamber music in woodwind ensembles while developing musical skills and knowledge.

Units: 1 PrerequisiteTransfer Designation
CRN: 22896
Jan. 29 to May. 26
4:45pm - 6:50pm

MUS 263 F: Brass Ensemble

Instrumental Music


In this course, the group performs modern brass music literature from all style periods. This advanced ensemble performs on and off campus throughout the year.

Units: 1 PrerequisiteTransfer Designation
CRN: 22264
Jan. 29 to May. 26
10:00am - 12:05pm

MUS 264 F: Percussion Ensemble

Instrumental Music


This course explores the rehearsal and public performance of standard percussion ensemble literature.

Units: 1 PrerequisiteTransfer Designation
CRN: 21416
Jan. 29 to May. 26
9:25am - 10:50am
CRN: 24720
Jan. 29 to May. 26
11:00am - 12:25pm

MUS 265 F: Piano Ensemble

Piano Studies


This course is designed to improve communication, reading and listening skills through ensemble playing and performance. This course is open to all pianists and instrumentalists who want to team up with their peers and create music together.

Units: 1 PrerequisiteTransfer Designation
CRN: 21651
Jan. 29 to May. 26
2:45pm - 4:50pm

MUS 266 F: Jazz Combo

Jazz Studies


This course explores the performances of various small jazz ensemble styles including: Dixieland, swing, bebop, cool, hard bop, free, and original jazz. Students audition for placement in small, instrumental ensembles. This ensemble performs on and off campus throughout the year.

Units: 1 PrerequisiteAdvisory Transfer Designation
CRN: 21390
Jan. 29 to May. 26
2:20pm - 3:45pm
CRN: 21391
Jan. 29 to May. 26
4:25pm - 5:50pm
CRN: 22421
Jan. 29 to May. 26
4:25pm - 5:50pm

MUS 269 F: Alternative Jazz Lab Ensemble

Jazz Studies


18 hours lecture and 36 hours lab per term. The combination of lecture/demonstrations with student performances are used to increase understandingand appreciation of many musical genres including Fusion, Latin,Rock, Pop, Salsa, Indian, and Afro-Cuban music and their relationshipto modern American composition. Ability to play suitable instrumentsis required. Previous band, jazz ensemble, or orchestra experience andimprovisational skills are desirable. Open to all students by audition.Course may be taken four times for credit. (CSU) (UC) (Degree Credit)

Units:
CRN: 23613
Jan. 29 to May. 26
6:00pm - 9:10pm

MUS 270 F: Electronic Music Ensemble

Music Technology


This course combines interactive techniques to perform 21st century avant-garde and popular music styles in a combination of hardware synthesizer and cutting edge software-based musical instruments.

Units: 1 PrerequisiteTransfer Designation
CRN: 21652
Jan. 29 to May. 26
3:05pm - 6:15pm

MUS 271 F: Fullerton College Symphony

Instrumental Music


This course includes the rehearsal and public performance of standard orchestral literature both on campus and in surrounding communities.

Units: 1 PrerequisiteTransfer Designation
CRN: 21421
Jan. 29 to May. 26
9:07am - 9:07am

MUS 273 F: Concert Band

Instrumental Music


This course will rehearse and perform standard band literature. Public performances will be held at various locations.

Units: 1 PrerequisiteTransfer Designation
CRN: 21752
Jan. 29 to May. 26
12:15pm - 1:40pm

MUS 274 F: Fullerton College Symphonic Winds

Instrumental Music


This is the major performing group for wind, brass and percussion music majors. Non-music majors are also welcome to join this ensemble.

Units: 1 PrerequisiteTransfer Designation
CRN: 21394
Jan. 29 to May. 26
12:15pm - 1:40pm

MUS 275 F: Brass Choir (Bravo Brass)

Instrumental Music


This course creates a performance opportunity for music majors to provide musical support to the Fullerton College Athletics program. The band will perform during football and basketball games and for special events. Emphasis is placed upon student leadership.

Units: 1 PrerequisiteTransfer Designation

 Sorry this course is not scheduled for this term.

MUS 276 F: Jazz Band

Jazz Studies


This award winning ensemble performs jazz fusion music as well as standard big band swing jazz demonstrating depth and appropriate musical nuance. This ensemble performs on and off campus throughout the year.

Units: 1 PrerequisiteAdvisory Transfer Designation
CRN: 21386
Jan. 29 to May. 26
12:45pm - 2:10pm

MUS 277 F: Jazz Lab Band

Jazz Studies


This performance ensemble uses big band literature to teach the jazz musician the fundamentals of style, interpretation and ensemble playing. This ensemble performs on and off campus throughout the year and is open to all students by audition.

Units: 1 PrerequisiteAdvisory Transfer Designation
CRN: 21383
Jan. 29 to May. 26
11:10am - 12:35pm

MUS 281 F: Concert Choir

Choral Studies


This course is a performing group open to all students by audition. This choir performs traditional choral literature with an emphasis on early western music of the Renaissance and Baroque periods.

Units: 1 PrerequisiteTransfer Designation
CRN: 22916
Jan. 29 to May. 26
12:15pm - 1:40pm

MUS 282 F: Fullerton College Master Chorale

Choral Studies


This is a performing group which performs sacred and secular music from all time periods.

Units: 1 PrerequisiteTransfer Designation
CRN: 23305
Jan. 29 to May. 26
12:15pm - 1:40pm
CRN: 24764
Jan. 29 to May. 26
9:07am - 9:07am

MUS 284 F: Advanced Topics in Music


18-54 hours lecture and 18-54 hours lab per term. This course is designedto meet the various needs of music areas that required advanced trainingand continuing education as well as provide professional growth forpersons employed in the music business, production, recording, andperforming fields. This course will be offered in modules of advancedtopics. Unit credit may range from .5 to 3 units per module. Consultthe class schedule to verify topic areas and credit offered for each topic.(Degree Credit)

Units:

 Sorry this course is not scheduled for this term.

MUS 285 F: Chamber Singers

Choral Studies


This course is a performing group of students comprised primarily of music majors, but open to all students by audition. The choir performs choral chamber music, a cappella and accompanied, by composers such as Bach, Mozart and Telemann, as well as contemporary composers.

Units: 1 Advisory Transfer Designation
CRN: 23193
Jan. 29 to May. 26
3:00pm - 4:25pm

MUS 286 F: Vocal Jazz Lab Singers

Choral Studies


This performance ensemble uses 2-3 part vocal jazz literature to teach the fundamentals of jazz harmony, blend, style, interpretationa and improvisation within a vocal group setting.

Units: 1 Advisory Transfer Designation
CRN: 23169
Jan. 29 to May. 26
12:05pm - 1:30pm
CRN: 23171
Jan. 29 to May. 26
1:40pm - 3:05pm

MUS 287 F: Vocal Jazz Ensemble

Choral Studies


This course will study and perform jazz charts from the 1940s to the present. All performers are on microphone and there are solo opportunities for participants.

Units: 1 PrerequisiteTransfer Designation
CRN: 21424
Jan. 29 to May. 26
9:07am - 9:07am

MUS 291 F: Electronic Music II: Intermediate Music Production

Music Technology


This course will teach students how to produce and record music using a contemporary MIDI synthesizer studio and digital audio workstation. This course includes sequencers, editor/librarians, intelligent arrangers, algorithmic composers, and digital audio workstations.

Units: 3 PrerequisiteTransfer Designation
CRN: 22309
Jan. 29 to May. 26
12:05pm - 3:15pm
CRN: 23200
Jan. 29 to May. 26
12:05pm - 3:15pm

MUS 292 F: Electronic Music III: Advanced Music Production

Music Technology


This course will teach students the latest music editing and creation techniques in the music technology lab and work with Logic Pro and Ableton Live, two state of the art digital audio workstations.

Units: 3 PrerequisiteTransfer Designation
CRN: 23173
Jan. 29 to May. 26
7:10pm - 10:20pm

MUS 298 F: Music Internship

Music Technology


This course is designed to enable the music student to understand and demonstrate competence in a professional studio/production environment through internships and work experience.

Units: 1 to 3

 Sorry this course is not scheduled for this term.

MUS 299 F: Music: Independent Study

Applied Program


This course is for advanced students who wish to pursue a particular area of music through individual study.

Units: 1 PrerequisiteTransfer Designation
CRN: 21965
Jan. 29 to May. 26
9:07am - 9:07am

MUSA 100 F: Introduction to Music Laboratory

Applied Program


This course represents both scheduled and arranged lab hours, some in direct supervision experiences and some in practice hours required by the acceptance into the Applied Music-private study program.

Units: 1 to 2 Transfer Designation

 Sorry this course is not scheduled for this term.

MUSA 101 F: Beginning Music Lab

Applied Program


This course represents both scheduled and arranged lab hours, some in direct supervision experiences and Applied Music-private study program.

Units: 1 to 2 PrerequisiteTransfer Designation

 Sorry this course is not scheduled for this term.

MUSA 102 F: Intermediate Music Laboratory

Applied Program


This course represents both scheduled and arranged lab hours, some in direct supervision experiences and some in practice hours required by acceptance into the Applied Music-private study program.

Units: 1 to 2 PrerequisiteCorequisiteTransfer Designation

 Sorry this course is not scheduled for this term.

MUSA 103 F: Advanced Music Laboratory

Applied Program


This course represents both scheduled and arranged lab hours, some in direct supervision experiences and some in practice hours required by acceptance into the Applied Music-private study program.

Units: 1 to 2 PrerequisiteCorequisiteTransfer Designation

 Sorry this course is not scheduled for this term.

MUSA 104 F: Introduction to Concert Hour

Applied Program


This course includes live performances and guest speakers, designed to increase student knowledge of musical styles, composers, and performers. This course is required of all music majors but open to all students.

Units: 1 Transfer Designation
CRN: 22279
Jan. 29 to May. 26
9:50am - 10:55am

MUSA 105 F: Beginning Concert Hour

Applied Program


This course is the second level of Concert Hour which is restricted to music majors and includes live musical performances by students, faculty, and guest artists, guest talks and out-of-class concert attendance.

Units: 1 PrerequisiteTransfer Designation
CRN: 22280
Jan. 29 to May. 26
9:50am - 10:55am

MUSA 106 F: Intermediate Concert Hour

Applied Program


This course is the third level of Concert Hour and is restricted to music majors and includes live musical performances by students, faculty, and guest artists, guest talks, and out-of class concert attendance.

Units: 1 PrerequisiteTransfer Designation
CRN: 22281
Jan. 29 to May. 26
9:50am - 10:55am

MUSA 107 F: Advanced Concert Hour

Applied Program


This course is restricted to Music majors. This third level of Concert Hour includes live musical performances by students, faculty, and guest artists, guest talks, and out-of class concert attendance.

Units: 1 PrerequisiteTransfer Designation
CRN: 22777
Jan. 29 to May. 26
9:50am - 10:55am

MUSA 110 F: Fundamentals of Voice Training for Non-Majors

Vocal Music


This course, for inexperienced singers, teaches basic vocal technique through voice training exercises, folk, show, and art songs in a class situation. This class is open to all students.

Units: 1 Transfer Designation
CRN: 22363
Jan. 29 to May. 26
9:00am - 10:05am
CRN: 22364
Jan. 29 to May. 26
2:00pm - 3:05pm
CRN: 22365
Jan. 29 to May. 26
3:15pm - 4:20pm
CRN: 23184
Jan. 29 to May. 26
2:00pm - 3:05pm

MUSA 111 F: Beginning Voice

Vocal Music


This course teaches basic vocal technique through voice training exercises, and includes folk, show, and art songs in a class situation. This class is open to all students and is intended as an entry-level class for inexperienced students who wish to explore a Voice Major.

Units: 1 Transfer Designation
CRN: 22300
Jan. 29 to May. 26
9:00am - 10:05am
CRN: 22301
Jan. 29 to May. 26
2:00pm - 3:05pm
CRN: 22302
Jan. 29 to May. 26
3:15pm - 4:20pm
CRN: 23185
Jan. 29 to May. 26
2:00pm - 3:05pm

MUSA 112 F: Intermediate Voice I

Vocal Music


This is an entry level voice class for voice majors with some experience, and advanced non-majors. This course emphasizes individual progress in voice training and vocal literature. Repertoire is primarily 18th and 19th century Italian songs and arias.

Units: 1 Advisory Transfer Designation
CRN: 22297
Jan. 29 to May. 26
9:00am - 10:00am
CRN: 22298
Jan. 29 to May. 26
12:45pm - 1:45pm
CRN: 24214
Jan. 29 to May. 26
10:15am - 11:20am

MUSA 113 F: Intermediate Voice II

Vocal Music


This is an entry level course for voice majors with some experience, and advanced non-majors. This course emphasizes individual progress in voice training and vocal literature. Repertoire is primarily 18th and 19th century Italian songs and arias.

Units: 1 Transfer Designation
CRN: 22367
Jan. 29 to May. 26
9:00am - 10:00am
CRN: 22369
Jan. 29 to May. 26
12:45pm - 1:45pm
CRN: 24215
Jan. 29 to May. 26
10:15am - 11:20am

MUSA 120 F: Beginning Guitar

Guitar Studies


This course, which is designed for students with little or no guitar experience, introduces the basics of playing guitar. Topics include note reading, chords and scales.

Units: 1 Transfer Designation
CRN: 22352
Jan. 29 to May. 26
3:00pm - 5:05pm
CRN: 22353
Jan. 29 to May. 26
6:00pm - 8:05pm
CRN: 22354
Jan. 29 to May. 26
8:10am - 10:15am
CRN: 22355
Jan. 29 to May. 26
10:30am - 12:35pm
CRN: 22358
Jan. 29 to May. 26
3:00pm - 5:05pm
CRN: 22825
Jan. 29 to May. 26
6:00pm - 8:05pm

MUSA 121 F: Intermediate Guitar

Guitar Studies


This course continues the work of MUSA 120 F. It covers intermediate level solo guitar pieces and more difficult note reading, chords and scales.

Units: 1 PrerequisiteTransfer Designation
CRN: 22349
Jan. 29 to May. 26
12:10pm - 2:15pm

MUSA 130 F: Introduction to Piano for Non-Music Majors

Piano Studies


This course is designed for those with no or little piano experience. This course provides an introduction to the fundamentals of piano playing: sight-reading simple arrangement of popular tunes, technique, and rhythm. It is open to all students.

Units: 1 Transfer Designation
CRN: 22285
Jan. 29 to May. 26
3:45pm - 5:50pm
CRN: 22286
Jan. 29 to May. 26
1:00pm - 3:05pm
CRN: 22287
Jan. 29 to May. 26
1:30pm - 3:35pm
CRN: 22288
Jan. 29 to May. 26
12:15pm - 2:20pm
CRN: 22778
Jan. 29 to May. 26
2:00pm - 4:05pm
CRN: 24230
Jan. 29 to May. 26
11:45am - 1:50pm

MUSA 131 F: Keyboard Skills I

Piano Studies


This course is designed for music majors with rudimentary understanding of piano playing. Emphasis will be on basic keyboard harmonization, hand independence, sight reading, rhythm accuracy and elementary piano repertoires.

Units: 1 PrerequisiteAdvisory Transfer Designation
CRN: 22291
Jan. 29 to May. 26
9:07am - 9:07am
CRN: 22783
Jan. 29 to May. 26
9:07am - 9:07am

MUSA 132 F: Keyboard Skills II

Piano Studies


This course is a continuation of MUSA 131 F, focusing on the basic keyboard harmonization, technique, transposition, accompaniment patterns and late elementary/early intermediate piano repertoires.

Units: 1 PrerequisiteTransfer Designation
CRN: 22830
Jan. 29 to May. 26
11:45am - 1:50pm

MUSA 134 F: Jazz Piano Technique and Repertoire I

Piano Studies


This course will teach students how to improvise over the blues using the blues scale, analyze standard tunes harmonically and utilize basic chord progressions using shell voicings.

Units: 1 PrerequisiteTransfer Designation
CRN: 24242
Jan. 29 to May. 26
4:15pm - 6:20pm

MUSA 136 F: Beginning Piano Sight-Reading

Piano Studies


This course provides an introduction to piano sight- reading. Strategies include keyboard topography and reading simple arrangements of popular tunes. Also recommended for those enrolled in MUSA 131 F.

Units: 1 Prerequisite
CRN: 22292
Jan. 29 to May. 26
2:00pm - 4:05pm

MUSA 137 F: Intermediate Piano Sight-Reading

Piano Studies


18 hours lecture and 18 hours lab per term. This course is designed forpiano majors and is a continuation of MUSA 136 F and includes readingvarious styles of intermediate-level solo piano repertoire, ensemble,accompaniments and reading chord symbol notation. (CSU) (UC pending)(Degree Credit)

Units:
CRN: 24296
Jan. 29 to May. 26
9:00am - 11:05am

MUSA 140 F: Introduction to Strings for Non-Majors

Instrumental Music


This course provides an introduction to violin, viola, cello, or string bass taught in a group format. Topics include basic string technique and music reading. No previous experience is necessary.

Units: 1 Transfer Designation
CRN: 22253
Jan. 29 to May. 26
9:00am - 11:05am

MUSA 141 F: Beginning Strings

Instrumental Music


18 hours lecture and 18 hours lab per term. This course is offered tomajors and non-majors who wish to become familiar with the basicfundamentals of violin, viola, cello, and/or string bass techniques.Students are required to practice at least two hours per week. Emphasisis placed on sound production, articulation, and basic music sight readingand theory. In addition, more basic concepts of teaching methods arepresented in order to help prepare those wishing to enter the teachingindustry at the elementary and middle school levels teaching private orgroup string classes. (CSU) (UC pending) (Degree Credit)

Units:
CRN: 22391
Jan. 29 to May. 26
9:00am - 11:05am

MUSA 142 F: Intermediate Strings

Instrumental Music


18 hours lecture and 18 hours lab per term. This course teaches the intermediatefundamentals of violin, viola, cello, and/or string bass techniques;more intermediate-level string techniques are presented such as shifting,vibrato and tuning. (CSU) (UC pending) (Degree Credit)

Units:
CRN: 22394
Jan. 29 to May. 26
11:15am - 1:20pm

MUSA 150 F: Introduction to Woodwinds for Non-Majors

Instrumental Music


18 hours lecture and 18 hours lab per term. This course offers an introductionto the flute, oboe, bassoon, clarinet, or saxophone in a classsituation. No previous experience is necessary. This course is open to allstudents (CSU) (UC pending) (Degree Credit)

Units:
CRN: 24231
Jan. 29 to May. 26
4:05pm - 6:10pm

MUSA 151 F: Beginning Woodwinds

Instrumental Music


18 hours lecture and 18 hours lab per term. This course provides a challengingintroduction to the study of flute, oboe, bassoon, clarinet, orsaxophone in a class setting. Although this course is designed for musicmajors, it is open to all students. (CSU) (UC pending) (Degree Credit)

Units:
CRN: 23636
Jan. 29 to May. 26
4:05pm - 6:10pm

MUSA 152 F: Intermediate Woodwinds

Instrumental Music


18 hours lecture and 18 hours lab per term. This course is a study ofWoodwind literature and techniques in a class situation. Emphasis isplaced on individual progress in tone production, breath support, technique,and intonation. The course is designed for more advanced nonmajors,or for music majors not yet qualified for advanced woodwinds.(CSU) (UC pending) (Degree Credit)

Units:
CRN: 24232
Jan. 29 to May. 26
4:05pm - 6:10pm

MUSA 161 F: Beginning Brass

Instrumental Music


18 hours lecture and 18 hours lab per term. This course provides anintroductory level study of the trumpet, trombone, French horn, euphonium,or tuba in a classroom situation. Since no previous brass experienceis necessary, it is open to all students. Students must provide their owninstruments. (CSU) (UC pending) (Degree Credit)

Units:
CRN: 24234
Jan. 29 to May. 26
12:45pm - 2:50pm

MUSA 162 F: Intermediate Brass

Instrumental Music


18 hours lecture and 18 hours lab per term. This course is an intermediatelevel study of the trumpet, trombone, French horn, euphonium, or tuba ina classroom situation. Some prior experience in playing a brass instrumentis necessary. Students must provide their own instruments. (CSU) (UCpending) (Degree Credit)

Units:
CRN: 23883
Jan. 29 to May. 26
12:45pm - 2:50pm

MUSA 170 F: Introduction to Percussion for Non-Majors

Instrumental Music


This course is an introduction to the family of percussion instruments including snare drum, hand percussion, mallet percussion, orchestral percussion and drum set.

Units: 1 Transfer Designation
CRN: 24238
Jan. 29 to May. 26
9:07am - 9:07am

MUSA 171 F: Introduction to Drum Set

Instrumental Music


This course teaches the fundamentals of popular drum set techniques including: Jazz, Rock, Latin and Pop drumming styles through lecture, demonstration, text, audio and video recordings and class participation.

Units: 1 PrerequisiteTransfer Designation
CRN: 23285
Jan. 29 to May. 26
9:07am - 9:07am

MUSA 172 F: Intermediate Percussion

Instrumental Music


This course expands on the techniques needed to perform percussion instruments such as snare drum, hand-percussion, mallet percussion, orchestral percussion and drum set.

Units: 1 PrerequisiteTransfer Designation
CRN: 23637
Jan. 29 to May. 26
3:15pm - 5:20pm

MUSA 173 F: Intermediate Percussion: Drum Set

Instrumental Music


This course teaches the fundamentals of popular drum set techniques including: Jazz, Rock, Latin and Pop drumming styles through lecture, demonstration, text, audio and video recordings and class participation.

Units: 1 PrerequisiteTransfer Designation
CRN: 23283
Jan. 29 to May. 26
10:00am - 12:05pm

MUSA 191 F: Intermediate Vocal Jazz Styling and Improvisation I

Jazz Studies


This course is designed to give vocal students beginning training in jazz styling techniques, rhythmic and melodic improvisation, and fundamentals of lead sheet writing. Students should have prior training in the fundamentals of voice and music theory.

Units: 1 Advisory Transfer Designation
CRN: 22342
Jan. 29 to May. 26
10:40am - 11:40am

MUSA 192 F: Intermediate Vocal Jazz Styling and Improvisation II

Jazz Studies


This course is designed to give vocal students intermediate training in jazz styling techniques, vocal improvisation, and basic lead sheet writing. Students are expected to spend no less than 30 minutes per week in the practice room and/or listening library.

Units: 1 PrerequisiteTransfer Designation
CRN: 24239
Jan. 29 to May. 26
10:40am - 11:40am

MUSA 200 F: Applied Music: Individual Private Study

Applied Program


This course provides individual private instruction and a performance venue for music majors. Lessons are taught by Fullerton College music faculty. Instruments of study include guitar, orchestral instruments, percussion, piano and voice.

Units: 1 PrerequisiteTransfer Designation
CRN: 22270
Jan. 29 to May. 26
1:50pm - 2:55pm
CRN: 22278
Jan. 29 to May. 26
3:15pm - 4:20pm
CRN: 22282
Jan. 29 to May. 26
11:30am - 12:35pm
CRN: 22359
Jan. 29 to May. 26
12:25pm - 1:30pm

MUSA 201 F: Adv Applied Musc-Ind Priv Stdy

Applied Program


This course provides individual private instruction and a performance venue for advanced music majors. Lessons are taught by Fullerton College music faculty. Instruments of study include guitar, orchestral instruments, percussion, piano and voice.

Units: 1 Transfer Designation
CRN: 23177
Jan. 29 to May. 26
11:30am - 12:35pm
CRN: 23179
Jan. 29 to May. 26
12:25pm - 1:30pm
CRN: 23181
Jan. 29 to May. 26
1:50pm - 2:55pm
CRN: 23182
Jan. 29 to May. 26
3:15pm - 4:20pm
CRN: 23638
Jan. 29 to May. 26
9:07am - 9:07am

MUSA 210 F: Advanced Voice

Vocal Music


18 hours lecture and 18 hours lab per term. This course offers individualinstruction in vocal techniques and interpretation of solo voice literaturein a class situation. Emphasis is placed upon repertoire and public performance.Participation in recitals plus one hour practice in Practice RoomSuite 1114 per week is required. Designed for music majors but open toall students. (CSU) (UC pending) (Degree Credit)

Units:

 Sorry this course is not scheduled for this term.

MUSA 211 F: Advanced Voice: German Lieder

Vocal Music


This course, intended for voice majors and advanced non-majors, has an emphasis on repertoire and performance. Students should have some background in singing in a foreign language, usually Italian.

Units: 1 Advisory Transfer Designation

 Sorry this course is not scheduled for this term.

MUSA 212 F: Advanced Voice: French Melodie

Vocal Music


18 hours lecture and 18 hours lab per term. This course, which providesIndividual instruction in vocal techniques and interpretation of FrenchMelodie in a class situation, emphasizes learning and performing Frenchrepertoire. Out of class activities include one hour practice in the PracticeRoom per week and participation in recitals. Although designed for musicmajors, this course is open to all students. (CSU) (UC pending) (DegreeCredit)

Units:
CRN: 24890
Jan. 29 to May. 26
11:30am - 12:35pm

MUSA 213 F: Advanced Voice: Spanish Cancion

Vocal Music


18 hours lecture and 18 hours lab per term. This course, which offersindividual instruction in vocal techniques and interpretation of SpanishCanciones, emphasizes repertoire and public performance. Out of classactivities include one hour practice in Practice Room per week and participationin recitals. Although designed for music majors this course is opento all students. (CSU) (UC pending) (Degree Credit)

Units:

 Sorry this course is not scheduled for this term.

MUSA 214 F: Advanced Voice: English and American Art Song

Vocal Music


This course, intended for voice majors and advanced non-majors, has an emphasis on learning and performing English and American Art Songs. Students should have some background in singing in a foreign language, usually Italian.

Units: 1 Advisory Transfer Designation

 Sorry this course is not scheduled for this term.

MUSA 220 F: Classical Guitar: Renaissance to Baroque

Guitar Studies


This course is designed for music majors, this course includes classical guitar techniques and repertoire with an emphasis on solo performance.

Units: 1 PrerequisiteTransfer Designation

 Sorry this course is not scheduled for this term.

MUSA 221 F: Classical Guitar: Classical to Contemporary

Guitar Studies


18 hours lecture and 18 hours lab per term. Designed for music majors,this advanced class provides intensive individual instruction in guitar techniquesand interpretation of solo guitar literature. The course placesemphasis on building repertoire and performing music from the ClassicalMusic to Contemporary periods. (CSU) (UC pending) (Degree Credit)

Units:
CRN: 22350
Jan. 29 to May. 26
2:30pm - 4:35pm

MUSA 223 F: Jazz Guitar: Scales and Arpeggios

Guitar Studies


This course is designed to advance a student's skill in playing jazz guitar, and emphasizes single-line playing.

Units: 1 Advisory Transfer Designation

 Sorry this course is not scheduled for this term.

MUSA 224 F: Jazz Guitar: Chords

Guitar Studies


18 hours lecture and 18 hours lab per term. This class is designed toadvance the student’s ability in a variety of jazz guitar styles with specificemphasis on chord playing, which will be addressed in both accompanimentand solo playing. Students should have at least intermediate playingskills (2 years guitar playing experience) and some knowledge of musictheory. Music reading is not necessary, but is advised, for success in thisclass. Students do not need to already be exposed to jazz playing tosucceed in this class. (CSU) (UC pending) (Degree Credit)

Units:
CRN: 22351
Jan. 29 to May. 26
2:10pm - 4:15pm

MUSA 231 F: Keyboard Skills III

Piano Studies


This course is designed for music majors. This course provides Iindividualized instructions, focusing on the intermediate keyboard harmony, introduction to basic score reading, rhythm exercises, and repertoires ranging from classical, blues, national to folk tunes.

Units: 1 PrerequisiteTransfer Designation
CRN: 22413
Jan. 29 to May. 26
10:00am - 12:05pm

MUSA 232 F: Keyboard Skills IV

Piano Studies


This course is designed for music majors. This course offers Individualized instructions on the late intermediate keyboard harmony, choral score reading, rhythm exercises, repertoires, and building self-critiquing skills.

Units: 1 PrerequisiteTransfer Designation
CRN: 22295
Jan. 29 to May. 26
10:00am - 12:05pm

MUSA 234 F: Jazz Piano Technique and Repertoire II

Piano Studies


This course is designed for advanced jazz piano students. This course will build their skills playing standard jazz repertoire (solo piano and piano trio) and expand their knowledge of jazz theory and improved practicing strategies.

Units: 1 PrerequisiteTransfer Designation
CRN: 24243
Jan. 29 to May. 26
4:15pm - 6:20pm

MUSA 236 F: Advanced Piano: Baroque to Classical

Piano Studies


This intermediate level class provides individualized instruction in performance, technique, interpretation and memorization of baroque and classical literature for pianists.

Units: 1 PrerequisiteTransfer Designation

 Sorry this course is not scheduled for this term.

MUSA 237 F: Advanced Piano: Romantic to Contemporary

Piano Studies


18 hours of lecture and 18 hours of lab. This advanced class for pianomajors studies Romantic to Contemporary keyboard literature and techniques.Emphasis will be on individual progress in building musicalvocabulary, phrasing, articulations, technique, and interpretation. (CSU)(UC) (Degree Credit)

Units:

 Sorry this course is not scheduled for this term.

MUSA 240 F: Advanced Strings

Instrumental Music


This course covers advanced string playing for violin, viola, cello, and string bass. It is open to all students with intermediate experience on these instruments. Topics include higher fingerboard positions, double stops, more difficult key signatures and bow exercises.

Units: 1 PrerequisiteTransfer Designation
CRN: 24241
Jan. 29 to May. 26
11:15am - 1:20pm

MUSA 250 F: Advanced Woodwinds I

Instrumental Music


This course provides individual instruction in woodwind techniques in a classroom setting. Recital participation is required. This course is designed for music majors but is open to all students.

Units: 1 PrerequisiteTransfer Designation
CRN: 24233
Jan. 29 to May. 26
4:05pm - 6:10pm

MUSA 251 F: Advanced Woodwinds II

Instrumental Music


18 hours lecture and 18 hours lab per term. For the advanced woodwindplayer, this course provides intensively Individualized instruction inwoodwind techniques and interpretation of solo woodwind literature ina class situation. Emphasis is on continuation of technical and repertoiredevelopment. One or more woodwind instruments may be explored inthis course. Participation in public recitals is required. (CSU) (UC pending)(Degree Credit)

Units:

 Sorry this course is not scheduled for this term.

MUSA 260 F: Advanced Brass I

Instrumental Music


18 hours lecture and 18 hours lab per term. This course involves anadvanced level instruction and study of the trumpet, trombone, Frenchhorn, euphonium, or tuba in a classroom situation. Emphasis will be ontechnique, presentation, and execution of higher levels of repertoire.Designed for music majors but open to all students. Students mustprovide their own instruments. (CSU) (UC pending) (Degree Credit)

Units:
CRN: 24235
Jan. 29 to May. 26
12:45pm - 2:50pm

MUSA 270 F: Advanced Percussion I

Instrumental Music


This course covers the techniques needed to perform percussion instruments such as snare drum, hand-percussion, mallet percussion, orchestral percussion and drum set at a professional level.

Units: 1 PrerequisiteTransfer Designation
CRN: 22357
Jan. 29 to May. 26
3:15pm - 5:20pm

MUSA 271 F: Advanced Percussion II

Instrumental Music


This course teaches advanced drum set techniques that apply to popular music styles including: Jazz, Rock, Latin, Pop and their many subcategories, through lecture, demonstration, method text, audio and video recordings and class participation.

Units: 1 PrerequisiteTransfer Designation
CRN: 23284
Jan. 29 to May. 26
10:00am - 12:05pm

MUSA 290 F: Advanced Vocal Jazz Styling and Improvisation I

Jazz Studies


This course is designed to give vocal students advanced training in jazz styling techniques, improvisation, and lead sheet writing on the latest notation computer software. Students will begin to compile a personal working songbook.

Units: 1 PrerequisiteTransfer Designation
CRN: 22346
Jan. 29 to May. 26
10:50am - 11:50am

MUSA 291 F: Advanced Vocal Jazz Styling and Improvisation II

Jazz Studies


This course is designed to give vocal students advanced training in jazz styling techniques, improvisation, and fundamentals of arranging on the latest notation computer software. Students will add to their personal working songbook and begin to compile a promotional packet.

Units: 1 PrerequisiteTransfer Designation
CRN: 22347
Jan. 29 to May. 26
10:50am - 11:50am

MUSA 292 F: Advanced Vocal Jazz Styling and Improvisation III

Jazz Studies


This course is designed to give vocal students advanced training in jazz styling techniques, improvisation, and beginning arranging on the latest notation computer software. Students will continue building their personal working songbook and begin to compile a promotional packet.

Units: 1 PrerequisiteTransfer Designation
CRN: 22348
Jan. 29 to May. 26
10:50am - 11:50am

MUSA 293 F: Advanced Vocal Jazz Styling and Improvisation IV

Jazz Studies


18 hours lecture and 18 hours lab and 4 hours in private coaching lessonsper term. This course is designed to give vocal students advanced trainingin jazz styling techniques, improvisation, and intermediate arrangingon the latest notation computer software. Students will complete theirpersonal working songbook and promotional packet for professional use.Students are required to spend no less than 30 minutes per week in thepractice rooms and/or listening library in addition to class time. (CSU) (UCpending) (Degree Credit)

Units:
CRN: 23188
Jan. 29 to May. 26
10:50am - 11:50am

THEA 138 F: Musical Theatre Workshop


18 hours lecture and 54 hours lab per term. This course further develops and explores beginning musical theatre skills. Students will utilize exercise, audition and choreography techniques as well as solo and group performances in order to become more proficient as musical theatre artists. (CSU) (Degree Credit) AA GE

Units:

 Sorry this course is not scheduled for this term.