Academic Catalog 2019-2020 
    
    Apr 21, 2019  
Academic Catalog 2019-2020

All CCU Course Descriptions


Note: Certain courses may be offered only through the College of Undergraduate Studies (CUS) or the College of Adult and Graduate Studies (CAGS). Students should refer to their specific degree program in the Catalog or consult their academic advisor to confirm which courses are available in their program. In general, undergraduate course numbers (i.e. 100-499) ending in “A” are offered in the College of Adult and Graduate Studies. Undergraduate course numbers without the “A” ending are offered in the College of Undergraduate Studies.

 
   •  MGT 560 - Business Project Planning, Scheduling, and Controlling
   •  MGT 610 - Strategic Leadership of Project Management in Business
   •  MIL 103 - Adventures in Leadership I
   •  MIL 104 - Adventures in Leadership II
   •  MIL 203 - Methods of Leadership and Management I
   •  MIL 204 - Methods of Leadership and Management II
   •  MIL 301 - Military Operations and Training I
   •  MIL 302 - Military Operations and Training II
   •  MIL 401 - Officer Leadership and Development I
   •  MIL 402 - Officer Leadership and Development II
   •  MIT 501 - Management Information Systems
   •  MKT 202 - Principles of Marketing
   •  MKT 205A - Marketing Fundamentals
   •  MKT 300A - Consumer Behavior
   •  MKT 306 - Managerial and Corporate Communication
   •  MKT 309 - Sales and Service Relationships
   •  MKT 310 - Marketing Research and Consumer Behavior
   •  MKT 311A - Personal Selling and Customer Relations
   •  MKT 314 - Advertising Management
   •  MKT 330A - Advertising, Promotion and Public Relations
   •  MKT 350 - Internship
   •  MKT 355A - Marketing Internship
   •  MKT 390 - Directed Study
   •  MKT 400A - Retail, Multi-Marketing Channels and Supply Chains
   •  MKT 420A - Interactive, Social and Direct Marketing
   •  MKT 450 - Internship
   •  MKT 455A - Marketing Research and Analytics
   •  MKT 460A - Product Development and Pricing
   •  MKT 490 - Directed Study
   •  MKT 495A - Directed Study in Marketing
   •  MKT 497 - Special Topics
   •  MKT 498 - Teaching Assistantship
   •  MKT 500 - Marketing Analysis and Strategy
   •  MKT 510 - Marketing Strategy
   •  MUA 102 - Baritone/Euphonium
   •  MUA 103 - Bassoon
   •  MUA 104 - Clarinet
   •  MUA 105 - Composition
   •  MUA 108 - Flute
   •  MUA 109 - French Horn
   •  MUA 110 - Guitar
   •  MUA 111 - Harp
   •  MUA 112 - Oboe
   •  MUA 113 - Organ
   •  MUA 114 - Percussion
   •  MUA 115 - Piano
   •  MUA 116 - Saxophone
   •  MUA 117 - String/Electric Bass
   •  MUA 119 - Songwriting
   •  MUA 120 - Trombone
   •  MUA 121 - Trumpet
   •  MUA 122 - Tuba
   •  MUA 123 - Viola
   •  MUA 124 - Violin
   •  MUA 125 - Cello
   •  MUA 126 - Voice
   •  MUA 127 - Applied Worship
   •  MUA 128 - Guitar for Non-Music Majors
   •  MUA 129 - Guitar Class
   •  MUA 130 - Piano Class
   •  MUA 131 - Voice Class
   •  MUA 175 - Music Convocation
   •  MUA 176 - Music Education Colloquium
   •  MUA 230 - Piano Proficiency
   •  MUA 231 - Performance Proficiency
   •  MUA 325 - Literature of Primary Instrument
   •  MUA 327 - Advanced Conducting
   •  MUE 100 - University Women’s Choir
   •  MUE 101 - University Choir
   •  MUE 102 - University Symphonic Band
   •  MUE 103 - Chamber Orchestra
   •  MUE 104 - Peak Harmony Vocal Ensemble
   •  MUE 105 - Mainstream (Instrumental Jazz)
   •  MUE 106 - Instrumental Chamber Ensemble
   •  MUE 107 - Music Theatre Ensemble
   •  MUE 108 - Vocal Chamber Ensemble
   •  MUE 109 - Chamber Strings
   •  MUE 110 - Jazz Combo
   •  MUE 114 - Handbell Ensemble
   •  MUE 115 - Worship Practicum
   •  MUE 116 - Drumline
   •  MUE 117 - Men’s Chorus
   •  MUE 132 - Stage Movement/Dance
   •  MUE 232 - Stage Movement/Dance II
   •  MUE 301 - Collaborative Piano
   •  MUS 110 - Musical Perspectives
   •  MUS 111 - From Sight to Sound - Music Fundamentals
   •  MUS 112 - Music Theory I: Elements of Music
   •  MUS 113 - Sight-Singing and Ear Training I
   •  MUS 120 - Introduction to Music Education
   •  MUS 212 - Music Theory II: Diatonic Harmony and Tonicization
   •  MUS 213 - Sight-Singing and Ear Training II
   •  MUS 214 - Music Theory III: Chromatic Harmony and Forms
   •  MUS 215 - Sight-Singing and Ear Training III
   •  MUS 271 - Music Production and Engineering I
   •  MUS 272 - Music Production and Engineering II
   •  MUS 312 - Music Theory IV: The Twentieth Century and Beyond
   •  MUS 313 - Sight-Singing and Ear Training IV
   •  MUS 323 - History of Music I
   •  MUS 324 - History of Music II
 

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