Oct 20, 2021  
The University of North Carolina at Pembroke 2017-2018 Catalog 
    
The University of North Carolina at Pembroke 2017-2018 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

Management

  
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    MGT 4410. Operations Management (3 credits)


    Operations management is responsible for systems that create goods and/or provide services. The course examines the techniques required to operate the system and points out potential problems. Global systems, with emphasis on Japan, are discussed. PREREQ: DSC 3140 , MGT 3060 .

  
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    MGT 4420. Supply Chain Management (3 credits)


    Crosslisted: (DSC 4420)
    Introduces students to new and emerging topics, tools, and techniques in operations and supply chain management. The course emphasizes coordination, integration, and decision making regarding the interaction of the firm with its suppliers and customers, where planning, design, and control of all aspects of supply chains including design and control of material and information systems, supplier development, supplier selection, customer relationship management and quality issues such as outsourcing in supply chain are discussed. PREREQ: ECN 2020  and ECN 2030 , DSC 3130 , MAT 1070 , ITM 3010 .

  
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    MGT 4500. Ethics and Free Enterprise (3 credits)


    An examination of the moral, philosophical, and economic foundations of capitalism. Topics include both foundational works and contemporary issues.

  
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    MGT 4660. Business Strategy (3 credits)


    A capstone course integrating knowledge from functional areas through analysis of complex business problems. Case approach requires student involvement in decision making. PREREQ: ACC 3310  or MGT 4410 , MGT 3030 , and a "C" or better in MGT 3060 , MKT 3120  and FIN 3100 .

  
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    MGT 4800. Management Internship (3 credits)


    A work experience in an operating business where the student, under academic and employer supervision, participates in actual managerial functions (40 work hours per semester credit hour). Student must keep extensive diary of work experiences and submit frequent reports to academic supervisor. All internships, practica, and other external learning experiences are supervised by UNC Pembroke faculty, who also assign grades in the courses. Pass/Fail. PREREQ: Written proposal and consent of Department Chair.

  
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    MGT 4990. Directed Studies in Management (1-3 credits)


    Independent study in an area of management of particular interest to a student under the direction of one or more faculty members. Students must submit detailed proposals for a directed study, detailing the proposed plan of study, research involved, dates for deliverables, final product to be produced, and faculty who will be supervising. Proposals will be reviewed by a faculty committee to determine acceptance of the proposal. PREREQ: MGT 3060  and permission of the Department.

  
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    MGT 5010. Foundations of Marketing and Management (3 credits)


    This course is an accelerated course designed for students with no formal undergraduate background or as a refresher course for students who desire or need to review the newest practices in marketing and management. Marketing topics covered include marketing concept; product analysis; consumer behavior; pricing; promotion; and communications. Management topics include the decision-making process tied to planning, organizing, leading, and controlling organizations. (This course will not count toward the 36 hours required for the MBA degree.)

  
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    MGT 5210. Supply Chain Management (3 credits)


    The purpose of this course is to introduce students to new and emerging topics, tools, and techniques in operations and supply chain management. The course emphasizes coordination, integration, and decision making regarding the interaction of the firm with its suppliers and customers, where planning, design, and control of all aspects of supply chains including design and control of material and information systems, supplier development, supplier selection, customer relationship management, and quality issues such as outsourcing in supply chain are discussed.

  
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    MGT 5250. Organizational Theory and Behavior (3 credits)


    Course will examine explanations of individual behavior, the nature of human behavior in groups, and organizational structures and processes, especially as they affect human behavior. Principles of organizational change and development will also be addressed. The course will rely heavily on analysis and solution of case problems in addition to text and directed readings.

  
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    MGT 5270. Leadership and Change (3 credits)


    This course will examine contemporary organizations and their leadership within the context of change management in a dynamic environment. In particular, the course will focus upon the concept of leadership as an interactive process and the means by which change is initiated and sustained. Throughout the course the relationship between strategy, structure, and culture will be highlighted.

  
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    MGT 5290. Entrepreneurship (3 credits)


    The course provides students with the competency to identify and implement opportunities and overcome business obstacles in forming a new venture, leading a new corporate venture, or advancing current business careers. This course will identify and explain how Initiation and Entrepreneurship are ways of thinking, reasoning, and acting that are opportunity obsessed, holistic in approach, and leadership balanced to advance the entrepreneurial venture.

  
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    MGT 5300. Human Resources Management (3 credits)


    Course will examine how an organization secures, develops, maintains, and rewards employees to meet organization objectives. Topics include recruitment, selection, training, performance appraisal, compensation, benefits, and labor-management relations. Examines effective integration of human resource functions.

  
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    MGT 5350. Operations Management (3 credits)


    Managing the operation function is extremely important due to strong competition nationally and internationally. Operations management is responsible for systems that create goods and/or provide services. The course examines the techniques required to operate the system and points out potential problems. Global systems, with emphasis on Japan, are discussed.

  
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    MGT 5362. International Business (3 credits)


    The course is an introduction to and an overview of the essential elements of international business. Emphasis is placed on the application of behavioral and strategic management practices to global business environments at the graduate level.

  
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    MGT 5700. Entrepreneurial Strategy (3 credits)


    An examination of strategic management issues from the perspective of the entrepreneurial organization. Topics include entrepreneurial leadership, growth, ethics, strategic positioning, franchising, and entrepreneurship. PREREQ: MGT 5290  or permission of instructor.

  
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    MGT 5750. Strategic Planning (Capstone Course) (3 credits)


    Course integrates knowledge from functional areas through both analysis of complex business problems and managing a computer simulated company. Case approach requires student involvement in decision making. PREREQ: Final term of MBA program or permission of MBA director.

  
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    MGT 5990. Directed Studies (3 credits)


    Independent study in an area of business administration of particular interest to a student under the direction of one or more faculty members. Students must submit detailed proposals for a directed study, detailing the proposed plan of study, research involved, dates for deliverables, final product to be produced and faculty who will be supervising. Proposals will be reviewed by a faculty committee to determine acceptance of the proposal.


Special Topics in Management

  
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    MGTS 4xxx. Special Topics in Management (3 credits)


    The study of a particular topic of special importance, relevance, and currency in the field of management. The content of the special topics course varies with each offering. Course may be repeated as long as topic being studied is different. PREREQ: MGT 3060 .

  
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    MGTS 5xxx. Special Topics (3 credits)


    The study of a particular topic of special importance, relevance, and currency to students in the Master of Business Administration program. The content of the special topics course varies with each offering and may be taken twice.


Marketing

  
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    MKT 3120. Principles of Marketing (3 credits)


    An introductory course in basic marketing principles is viewed from the perspective of a marketing manager. Topics covered include the marketing concept, product analysis, consumer behavior, channels of distribution, pricing, promotion, international marketing, and marketing's role in society.

  
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    MKT 3130. International Marketing (3 credits)


    This course examines the role or marketing in international arenas. Will be concerned with societal, cultural, as well as economic aspects of marketing in different countries. PREREQ: MKT 3120 .

  
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    MKT 3200. Consumer Behavior (3 credits)


    Examination of the consumer decision-making process, including searching for, purchasing, using, evaluating, and disposing of products and services. Emphasis on how marketing mix, social-cultural factors, inner characteristics, and lifestyle affect consumer behavior. Discussion of current examples and public policy issues. PREREQ: A "C" or better in MKT 3120 .

  
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    MKT 4050. Retail Management (3 credits)


    Study of retail structure and organization. Analysis of major store functions including buying, selling, pricing, advertising, and inventory control. PREREQ: "C" or better in MKT 3120 .

  
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    MKT 4200. Personal Selling and Sales Management (3 credits)


    An overview of skills and knowledge involved in personal selling management of sales programs. Emphasis on learning the different techniques for developing personal selling presentations, prospecting for customers, managing customer accounts, and sales management theories and their applications. PREREQ: A "C" or better in MKT 3120 .

  
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    MKT 4300. Integrated Marketing Communications (3 credits)


    A study of advertising planning and strategy. Topics include economics and social aspects, types of advertising, advertising objectives, development of advertising messages, media selection and evaluation, and advertising research. PREREQ: A "C" or better in MKT 3120 .

  
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    MKT 4400. Social Media Marketing (3)


    This course focuses on social media channels for communication and value co-creation amongst organizations and consumers as well as methodologies for analyzing online behavior of consumers for facilitating data-based decision making by marketing managers. PREREQ: Grade of "C" or better in MKT 3120.

  
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    MKT 4500. Marketing Research (3 credits)


    A study of the application of research methods, both quantitative and qualitative, in the collection of marketing information and the development of marketing strategy. Applied marketing research studies are examined from the perspectives of planning, designing, executing, and interpreting. PREREQ: A "C" or better in MKT 3120  and DSC 3140 .

  
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    MKT 4800. Marketing Strategy (3 credits)


    Integration of marketing elements in a strategic planning framework. Topics include demand analysis, formulating marketing strategies, establishing marketing policies and procedures, coordinating marketing actions, and evaluating performance of marketing functions. PREREQ: A "C" or better in MKT 3120 .

  
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    MKT 4850. Marketing Internship (3 credits)


    A work experience in an operating business where the student, under academic and employer supervision, participates in actual managerial functions (40 work hours per semester credit hour). Student must keep extensive diary of work experiences and submit frequent reports to academic supervisor. All internships, practica, and other external learning experiences are supervised by UNC Pembroke faculty, who also assign grades in the courses. Pass/Fail. PREREQ: Written proposal and consent of Department Chair.

  
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    MKT 4990. Directed Studies in Marketing (1-3 credits)


    Independent study in an area of marketing of particular interest to a student under the direction of one or more faculty members. Students must submit detailed proposals for a directed study, detailing the proposed plan of study, research involved, dates for deliverables, final product to be produced, and faculty who will be supervising. Proposals will be reviewed by a faculty committee to determine acceptance of the proposal. PREREQ: A "C" or better in MKT 3120  and permission of the Department.

  
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    MKT 5400. Marketing Planning and Strategy (3 credits)


    This course details the role of marketing in the firm and its impact on the strategic planning process. An emphasis is placed on identifying and solving marketing problems, marketing strategy, and current issues facing marketing managers.

  
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    MKT 5450. Services Marketing (3 credits)


    The primary goal of this course is to acquaint students with the unique aspects of marketing service firms and nonprofit organizations. The course will cover such topics as service quality, service operations, pricing, distribution, managing supply and demand, customer retention, and developing an integrated marketing communications program.

  
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    MKT 5990. Directed Studies (3 credits)


    Independent study in an area of business administration of particular interest to a student under the direction of one or more faculty members. Students must submit detailed proposals for a directed study, detailing the proposed plan of study, research involved, dates for deliverables, final product to be produced and faculty who will be supervising. Proposals will be reviewed by a faculty committee to determine acceptance of the proposal.


Special Topics in Marketing

  
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    MKTS 4xxx. Special Topics in Marketing (3 credits)


    The study of a particular topic of special importance, relevance, and currency in the field of marketing. The content of the special topics course varies with each offering. Course may be repeated as long as topic being studied is different. PREREQ: A "C" or better in MKT 3120  or permission of the instructor.

  
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    MKTS 5xxx. Special Topics (3 credits)


    The study of a particular topic of special importance, relevance, and currency to students in the Master of Business Administration program. The content of the special topics course varies with each offering and may be taken twice.


Military Science

  
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    MSC 1010. Leadership and Personal Development (1 credit)


    MSC 1010 introduces cadets to the personal challenges and competencies that are critical for effective leadership. Cadets learn how the personal development of life skills such as goal setting, time management, physical fitness, and stress management relate to leadership, officership, and the Army profession. Focus is placed on developing basic knowledge and comprehension of Army Leadership Dimensions while gaining a big picture understanding of the ROTC program, its purpose in the Army, and its advantages for the student.

  
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    MSC 1020. Foundation in Leadership (1 credit)


    MSC 1020 overviews leadership fundamentals such as setting direction, problem-solving, listening, presenting briefs, providing feedback, and using effective writing skills. Cadets explore dimensions of leadership values, attributes, skills, and actions in the context of practical, hands-on, and interactive exercises. Continued emphasis is placed on recruitment and retention of cadets. Cadre role models and the building of stronger relationships among the cadets through common experience and practical interaction are critical aspects of the MSC 1020 experience. 1 hour lab per week and 1 hour lecture.

  
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    MSC 1800. Military Physical Training (1 credit)


    Crosslisted: (PED 1800)
    Taught by a military instructor.

  
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    MSC 2010. Innovative Tactical Leadership (3 credits)


    MSC 2010 explores the dimensions of creative and innovative tactical leadership strategies and styles by studying historical case studies and engaging in interactive student exercises. Cadets practice aspects of personal motivation and team building in the context of planning, executing, and assessing team exercises. Focus is on continued development of the knowledge of leadership values and attributes through an understanding of rank, uniform, customs, and courtesies. Leadership case studies provide tangible context for learning the Soldier's Creed and Warrior Ethos. 1 hour lab per week and two hours lecture.

  
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    MSC 2020. Leadership in Changing Environments (3 credits)


    MSC 2020 examines the challenges of leading in complex contemporary operational environments (COE). Dimensions of the cross-cultural challenges of leadership in a constantly changing world are highlighted and applied to practical Army leadership tasks and situations. Provides a smooth transition into MSC 3010 . Cadets develop greater self-awareness as they practice communication and team building skills. COE case studies give insight into the importance and practice of teamwork and tactics in real world scenarios. 1 hour lab per week and 2 hours lecture.

  
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    MSC 3010. Adaptive Team Leadership (3 credits)


    MSC 3010 challenges cadets to study, practice, and evaluate adaptive leadership skills as they are presented with the demands of the ROTC Leader Development Assessment Course (LDAC). Challenging scenarios related to small unit tactical operations are used to develop self-awareness and critical thinking skills. Cadets receive systematic and specific feedback on their leadership abilities. Cadets begin to analyze and evaluate their own leadership values, attributes, skills, and actions. Primary attention is given to preparation for LDAC and the development of leadership qualities. Three (3) lecture hours and 1½ laboratory hours per week. PREREQ: Completion of ROTC Basic Course, Basic Camp or equivalent.

  
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    MSC 3020. Leadership Under Fire (3 credits)


    MSC 3020 uses increasingly intense situational leadership challenges to build cadet awareness and skills in leading small units. Skills in decision-making, persuading, persuading, and motivating team members when "under-fire" are explored, evaluated, and developed. Aspects of military operations are reviewed as a means of preparing for the ROTC Leader Development Assessment Course (LDAC). Cadets are expected to apply basic principles of the Law of Land Warfare, Army training, and motivation to troop leading procedures. Emphasis is also placed on conducting military briefings and developing proficiency in Garrison operations orders. MSC 3020 cadets are evaluated on what they know and do as leaders. Three (3) lecture hours and three (3) laboratory hours per week. PREREQ: Completion of MSC 3010  or equivalent.

  
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    MSC 4010. Developing Adaptive Leaders (3 credits)


    MSC 4010 develops cadet proficiency in planning, executing, and assessing complex operations, functioning as a member of a staff, and providing leadership performance feedback to subordinates. Cadets are given situational opportunities to assess risk, make ethical decisions, and provide coaching to fellow ROTC cadets. Cadets are challenged to analyze, evaluate, and instruct younger cadets. Both their classroom and battalion leadership experiences are designed to prepare them for their first unit of assignment. Cadets identify responsibilities of key staff, coordinate staff roles and use situational opportunities to teach, train, and develop subordinates. Three (3) lecture hours and 1½ laboratory hours per week.

  
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    MSC 4020. Leadership in a Complex World (3 credits)


    MSC 4020 explores the dynamics of leading in the complex situations of current military operations. Cadets examine difference in customs and courtesies, military law, principles of war, and rules of engagement in the face of international terrorism. Aspects of interacting with non-government organizations, civilians on the battlefield, and host nation support are examined and evaluated. Significant emphasis is placed on preparing cadets for their first unit of assignment. Case studies, scenarios, and "What Now, Lieutenant?" exercises are used to prepare cadets to face complex ethical and practical demands of leading as commissioned officers in the United States Army. Three (3) lecture hours and three (3) laboratory hours per week. PREREQ: Completion of MSC 4010 .

  
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    MSC 4210. The American Military Experience (3 credits)


    Crosslisted: (HST 4060)
    A survey of American Military History concentrating on the major factors and events which have influenced US foreign policy during periods of war and peace. PREREQ: Completion of MSC 3010  or MSC 3020 .


Music

  
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    MUS 0106. Basic Musicianship (3 credits)


    This course is required for students who fail the theory placement test. It will focus on the fundamentals of music. (Will not count toward earned hours or graduation requirements.)

  
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    MUS 1001. University Chorale (1 credit)


    The Concert Choir is open to all persons regardless of planned major with permission of the director. The Choir appears in public concerts throughout the year. (repeatable up to 8 credits) PREREQ: Permission of instructor.

  
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    MUS 1020. Introduction to Music Appreciation (3 credits)


    Restrictions: Not open to music majors. The development of knowledge and understanding of music. Emphasis given to the forms of music found in different periods and the relationship of music to general cultural development.

  
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    MUS 1040. Introduction to Jazz Appreciation (3 credits)


    Open to both music and non‑music majors. An introduction to jazz through a study of its origins, development, styles, and major innovative figures. Consideration is made of the idiom's historical and sociological contexts.

  
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    MUS 1060. Rhythm and Rock (3 credits)


    The history, musical styles, and major figures of rhythm and blues, rock 'n' roll, and other forms of American popular music are studied in the context of cultural and social history. Critical listening skills are developed by comparing and contrasting individual works and a variety of historical styles.

  
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    MUS 1071. University Pep Band (1 credit)


    The University Pep Band is open to all persons regardless of planned major with permission of the director. Public performances will be made at athletic events and whenever support of scheduled University activities is needed. (repeatable up to 8 credits) PREREQ: Permission of instructor.

  
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    MUS 1121. Scenes from Musical Theatre (1 credit)


    Students will create scenes from musicals and operas for public performance. Emphasis will be on creating stylistically correct characters from significant shows. The scenes will be costumed and staged. (repeatable up to 8 credits) PREREQ: Permission of instructor.

  
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    MUS 1140. Theory I (3 credits)


    Introduction to the basic materials and concepts of music theory. The course will focus on commonalities of selected historic and geographic literatures through the study of fundamentals, melodic and harmonic writing, terms, and symbols. PREREQ: Student must successfully pass a placement test for enrollment. COREQ: MUSL 1140 .

  
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    MUS 1150. Theory II (3 credits)


    A study of the formal types, ensembles and compositional practices of Western art music will further student awareness of musical materials and relationships. The emphasis of the course will be on tonal harmonic structures and procedures. PREREQ: C- or better in MUS 1140 . COREQ: MUSL 1150 .

  
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    MUS 1161. University Orchestra (1 credit)


    The University Orchestra is open to all persons regardless of planned major with permission of the director. Students will study, rehearse, and perform music from world orchestra literature in a full range of styles and genres. (repeatable up to 8 credits) PREREQ: Permission of instructor.

  
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    MUS 1181. University Marching Band (1 credit)


    The Spirit of the Carolinas marching band performs in the fall semester at area parades, marching contests, and on-campus events. (repeatable up to 8 credits) PREREQ: Permission of instructor.

  
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    MUS 1192. Global Rhythm Ensemble (1 credit)


    Open to both music and non-music majors. Students will study and perform the native music of non-Western cultures, including Caribbean, African, Mexican, and other repertoire. Students participate in public performances. (repeatable up to 8 credits) PREREQ: Permission of the instructor.

  
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    MUS 1330. Class Piano I for Non‑Music Majors (1 credit)


    A concentrated group study of keyboard harmony and playing techniques, designed for the student with little or no musical background.

  
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    MUS 1340. Class Piano II for Non‑Music Majors (1 credit)


    A continuation of MUS 1330  (Class Piano I for Non‑Music Majors). PREREQ: MUS 1330 .

  
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    MUS 1350. Class Guitar I (1 credit)


    The emphasis of the course will be on acquiring a practical knowledge of music fundamentals and a sound basic technique on the guitar.

  
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    MUS 1360. Class Guitar II (1 credit)


    The emphasis of the course will be on acquiring the knowledge of music and the technical abilities on the guitar needed to adequately perform in a variety of settings. PREREQ: MUS 1350  or permission of instructor.

  
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    MUS 1381. Pembroke Singers (1 credit)


    Membership open by audition. Ensemble will explore the stylistic, aesthetic, and technical elements of literature for the small choir through rehearsal and frequent public performances. (repeatable up to 8 credits) PREREQ: Permission of instructor.

  
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    MUS 1411. University Band (1 credit)


    The University Band is open to all persons regardless of planned major with permission of the director. Public appearances are made in concerts. (repeatable up to 8 credits) PREREQ: Permission of instructor.

  
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    MUS 1561. University Jazz Choir (1 credit)


    The University Jazz Choir is a select group that performs vocal arrangements of jazz and other American popular music styles. Membership is open to all students by audition.  (repeatable up to 8 credits) PREREQ: Permission of instructor.

  
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    MUS 1621. University Jazz Ensemble (1 credit)


    Membership in the University Jazz Ensemble is open to all students by audition. A study of technical, stylistic and aesthetic elements of jazz literature through rehearsal and public performances. (repeatable up to 8 credits) PREREQ: Permission of instructor.

  
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    MUS 1641. Musical Production (1 credit)


    A graded laboratory experience in a specific area of the theatre as defined by a contract with a specific faculty member in either the performance or technical support areas of musical theatre. The signed contract will specify the function of the student and be supervised by a faculty member. (repeatable up to 8 credits) PREREQ: Permission of instructor.

  
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    MUS 1651. Percussion Ensemble (1 credit)


    Membership in Percussion Ensemble is open to all students by audition or permission of the director. A technical, stylistic, and aesthetic study of percussion ensemble literature through rehearsal and public performances. (repeatable up to 8 credits) PREREQ: Permission of instructor.

  
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    MUS 1731. Chamber Ensemble (1 credit)


    The student will become familiar with representative literature for various small ensembles through rehearsal and performances. (repeatable up to 8 credits) PREREQ: Permission of instructor.

  
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    MUS 1741. Jazz Combo (1 credit)


    The student will become familiar with representative literature for Jazz Combo through rehearsal and performances. (repeatable up to 8 credits)

  
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    MUS 1751. Low Brass Ensemble (1 credit)


    The UNCP Low Brass Ensemble rehearses one hour weekly and presents multiple performances per semester. Performing as a member of the UNCP Low Brass Ensemble increases the student's performance abilities by addressing technical facility, range, rhythm, intonation, and musicianship. Placement is by audition each semester. (repeatable up to 8 credits)

  
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    MUS 1761. Guitar Ensemble (1 credit)


    Students will become familiar with representative literature for various guitar duos, trios, and quartets through rehearsals and performances. (repeatable up to 8 credits)

  
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    MUS 1771. Early Music Ensemble (1 credit)


    The student will become familiar with historical instruments and representative literature of Medieval and Renaissance ensemble music through rehearsal and performances. (repeatable up to 8 credits)

  
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    MUS 1810. Class Piano I for Music Majors (1 credit)


    A concentrated group study of keyboard harmony and playing techniques, designed for the music major.

  
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    MUS 1820. Class Piano II for Music Majors (1 credit)


    A continuation of MUS 1810 . PREREQ: MUS 1810 .

  
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    MUS 1910. Class Voice (1 credit)


    A concentrated group study of singing techniques and vocal development including sight singing.

  
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    MUS 2020. Vocal Diction (1 credit)


    A study of pronunciation and enunciation of foreign languages commonly used in singing.

  
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    MUS 2140. Theory III (3 credits)


    A continued study of the musical materials of Western art music. Chromatic harmony and larger forms will be studied with an emphasis on advanced analytic concepts and terms. PREREQ: C- or better in MUS 1150 . COREQ: MUSL 2140 .

  
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    MUS 2150. Theory IV (3 credits)


    Materials and techniques of Twentieth Century music. PREREQ: C- or better in MUS 2140 . COREQ: MUSL 2150 .

  
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    MUS 2250. Class Woodwind (1 credit)


    A concentrated study in fundamentals and playing techniques for Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Saxophone, and Bassoon.

  
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    MUS 2260. Class Brass (1 credit)


    A concentrated study in fundamentals and playing techniques for Trumpet, Cornet, French Horn, Trombone, Baritone Horn, and Tuba.

  
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    MUS 2270. Class Percussion (1 credit)


    A concentrated study in fundamentals and playing techniques of percussion instruments.

  
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    MUS 2280. Class Strings (1 credit)


    A concentrated study of fundamentals and playing techniques of the orchestral stringed instruments.

  
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    MUS 2290. Vocal Methods (1 credit)


    A concentrated study of fundamentals and basic techniques of the voice. Students will also study the basic choral repertoire for students in all grades, elementary through high school.

  
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    MUS 2430. Musical Theatre Styles I (3 credits)


    An introduction to elementary acting technique for musical theatre. Focus is on acting technique incorporated within an introduction to suitable repertoire. PREREQ: One semester of Private Voice, either MUSP 1501  or MUSP 1001 .

  
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    MUS 2440. Musical Theatre Styles II (3 credits)


    Focus is on characterization for the singing actor. Organic literature from the repertoire is explored.

  
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    MUS 2450. Music Technology (2 credits)


    Students will acquire competence in software and implementations of technology specific to music and music education.

  
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    MUS 2540. Introduction to Music Education (1 credit)


    Survey of American education, with an emphasis on music learning, teaching and philosophy, school structure and governance, diversity and multi-cultural education, and professional ethics. Supervised field experiences required. PREREQ: MUS majors only.

  
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    MUS 2810. Class Piano III for Music Majors (1 credit)


    A continuation of the non-keyboard major's pianistic development with emphasis on the practical aspects of reading, harmonization, and transposition. PREREQ: MUS 1820 .

  
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    MUS 2930. The World of Music: Classical to the Contemporary Era (3 credits)


    A study of the development of music from the Classical period through the twenty-first century. Such development will be viewed in light of its political, social, and general cultural setting.

  
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    MUS 2940. The World of Music: Antiquity to the Baroque Era (3 credits)


    A study of the development of music from Antiquity through the Baroque era. Such development will be viewed in light of its political, social, and general cultural setting.

  
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    MUS 2980. History of Musical Theatre (3 credits)


    A survey of the American musical from 1860 to the present, with particular emphasis on the musicals written after 1927. The development of the musical will be viewed in light of its political, social, and general cultural setting.

  
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    MUS 3290. Conducting (2 credits)


    A laboratory course which includes the study of choral and instrumental conducting techniques, choral and instrumental scores; with supervised conducting experience.

  
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    MUS 3301. Rehearsal Strategies (2 credits)


    This course is designed to complement MUS 3290  by offering real-life practice and application of conducting skills. PREREQ: MUS 3290 .

  
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    MUS 3320. Form and Analysis (2 credits)


    A study of various forms including large and small choral and instrumental works. PREREQ: MUS 2150 .

  
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    MUS 3340. Orchestration and Arranging (2 credits)


    A practical study of the fundamentals of scoring for individual instruments and ensembles. PREREQ: MUS 2150 .

  
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    MUS 3351. Accompanying (1 credit)


    A course designed to acquaint the keyboard major with the art and techniques of accompanying vocal and instrumental solo and ensemble literature. (repeatable up to 3 credits) PREREQ: 2 semesters of MUSP 1021  or MUSP 1521  or MUSP 1041  or MUSP 1541  (Private Piano/Organ) and Instructor's approval.

  
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    MUS 3430. Musical Theatre Styles III (3 credits)


    Focus is on advanced level characterization and scene work. Duets, solos, and ensemble numbers are presented.

  
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    MUS 3440. Musical Theatre Styles IV (3 credits)


    Course addresses contemporary style of musical theatre performance and audition techniques.

  
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    MUS 3460. Jazz Composition (2 credits)


    A study of basic compositional techniques as applied to the jazz idiom. Original compositions will be written and orchestrated for various‑sized jazz ensembles. Spring, odd years. PREREQ: MUS 1150  or equivalent as determined by instructor.

  
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    MUS 3500. The Music Industry (3 credits)


    Explores the many facets of the music industry and relevant career possibilities.

 

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