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FINE ARTS

FA 213 Fine Arts
3 hrs., 3 crs.
A study of paintings, sculpture, architecture, and other fine arts from prehistoric to ancient Greece and Rome, the Renaissance, the Baroque, to present-day art.  Artists, artistic techniques and methods are studied with an emphasis on how creative human expression influences civilization and contemporary society by tracing the history of Art.







 

THEATRE

SP 103, 113, 203, 213 Intro to Theatre
3 hrs., 3 crs.
Introductory study of theatre arts, past and present. Includes the history and origin of theatre, the study of plays and playwrights, and various theatre crafts and production techniques.
 

HUM 113 Survey of African American Drama &Theatre
3 hrs., 3 crs.
This course is designed for the student with little or no experience in the study of drama and theatre.  The course will combine general instruction in the fundamental elements of drama and theatre with the specific study of African American playwrights, drama and theatre from minstrelsy and musical theatricals of the nineteenth century to the present.

MUSIC

MSC 223 Music Appreciation
3 hrs., 3 crs.
This course is designed for the student who has had little or no music training. The course will combine a limited amount of training in the terminology of music with extensive listening in order to develop a more intelligent understanding of and appreciation for music of our past and present civilizations.
 

MSC 153 Beginning Piano
3 hrs., 3 crs.
Group piano lessons for the beginning adult with emphasis upon learning the keyboard, musical and rhythmic notation, and playing simple songs.  Although instruction will be presented in an ensemble setting, this course is structured to allow ample time for each student to work with the instructor on an individual basis during class time.
 

MSC 163 Intermediate Piano
3 hrs., 3 crs.
Prerequisite: MSC 153.
This course is designed to build upon the materials covered in Beginning Piano.  Although instruction will be presented in an ensemble setting, this course is structured to allow ample time for each student to work with the instructor on an individual basis during class time.