Music Therapy (MUTY)

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MUTY M100 Introduction and Definition 2 crs.

MUTY M100 gives students a basic understanding of music therapy, the history of music therapy, education and training requirements of music therapists, and music therapy methods with various clinical populations. Students will be introduced to the music therapy assessment, treatment, and evaluation process including writing appropriate goals and objectives. Finally, a brief overview of approaches to research and corresponding resources will be provided.

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Music Theory (MUTH)

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MUTH M100 Elements of Music Theory 3 crs.

This course covers pitch and rhythmic notation, intervals, rhythmic and melodic music reading, and dictation. Open to non-music students.

MUTH M102 Theory I 4 crs.

This course covers theory rudiments and species counterpoint, with musicianship skills focused on aural perception of diatonic materials in the major mode.

Prerequisite: MUTH M100 or appropriate placement

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Music Private Instruction (MUPR)

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MUPR M121 – 150 Applied Study 1 – 2 crs.

This course is a concentrated study of voice or a string, woodwind, brass, percussion, or keyboard instrument at the lower division level. Creditable as needed. Music majors and minors only.

MUPR M300 Junior Recital/Recital Appearance 0 crs.

A full or partial recital is required of all candidates for the bachelor of music degrees in performance and jazz studies.

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Music Performance (MUPC)

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MUPC M100 Recital Hour 0 crs.

Recital attendance is required of all undergraduate music majors throughout most semesters of residence. Creditable repeatedly.

MUPC M101 Freshman Voice Lab 0 crs.

This is a workshop course for voice majors, offering musical study techniques to prepare for college-level voice lessons: how to practice wisely, how to memorize music quickly and effectively, and how to sing a successful jury exam.

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Music Pedagogy (MUPD)

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MUPD M110 Introduction to Piano Pedagogy I 2 crs.

This course is an introduction to basic pedagogical principles, general formats of material for beginning pianists, method books currently available, and basic studio policies. In addition to two class meetings each week, students will–during a 45-minute weekly group lesson–assist teachers in the Loyola music preparatory school.

MUPD M111 Introduction to Piano Pedagogy II 2 crs.

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Music Jazz Studies (MUJZ)

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MUJZ M107 Jazz Piano and Theory 2 crs.

This course is a study of the theory of jazz harmony, notation, and related functional piano skills. Ear training is also emphasized. This course is a prerequisite to MUTH M304 Jazz Composition and MUTH M309 Modern Arranging.

MUJZ M108 Improvisation I 2 crs.

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Music History and Literature (MUHL)

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MUHL M106 Introduction to Music Literature 2 crs.

This course is an introduction to fundamental musical concepts and terminology as applied to listening skills. Students will study a selected body of standard genres and styles used in Western art music from c. 800 CE to the present.

Prerequisite: MUTH M102 or permission of the instructor

MUHL M306 History of Western Art Music I 3 crs.

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Music Education (MUED)

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Course Types: MUED Courses | OLHC Courses

MUED M100 Prelude to Music Education  1 cr.

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Music Industry Studies (MUIN)

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MUIN M100 Music Industry Forum 0 crs.

Forum is a gathering of all students and faculty in Music Industry Studies. This weekly meeting usually presents a notable guest speaker in the music industry from the local community, from Los Angeles, New York, or elsewhere. These speakers are questioned by students, faculty and by the class at-large. Forums are video taped and posted on the MIS website for on-demand viewing.

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Music General (MUGN)

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Major Courses

MUGN M100 Italian Diction and Repertoire 1 cr.

This course is designed for singers and covers the basics of Italian pronunciation, including the International Phonetic Alphabet. It develops the student’s ability to sing convincingly in Italian.

MUGN M105 Music Industry Musicianship 2 crs.

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College of Social Sciences Overview

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Faculty and Staff

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College of Music and Fine Arts Overview

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College of Music and Fine Arts Web Page

Faculty and Staff

Departments within the College of Music and Fine Arts:

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Minors

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All of the Undergraduate Colleges offer minors that range from 18-24 hours. In addition, Loyola offers 13 Interdisciplinary Minors. Information concerning specific requirements for minors is available in the departments and in the respective College's Dean’s Office. If the requirements for the minor are not completed by graduation, the minor will not be indicated on the transcript. A minimum 2.0 GPA is required in the minor.

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College of Humanities and Natural Sciences Overview

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Faculty & Staff

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College of Business Overview

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Mathematics (MATH)

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Developmental Courses

MATH A092 Fundamentals of Algebra 3 crs.

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Linguistics (LING)

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Major Courses

LING A499 Independent Study credits vary

Independent work completed under professorial supervision. 

Advanced Common Curriculum

LING V234 Role of Language 3 crs.

Common Curriculum: Humanities/Arts

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Legal Studies (LGST)

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Latin American Studies (LAS)

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Introductory Common Curriculum Courses

LAS T121 First-Year Seminar 3 crs.

Introductory Common Curriculum: First-Year Seminar

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Latin (LATN)

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Major Courses

LATN A100 Beginning Latin I 3 crs.

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