Courses

e.g. AR or AR-211
e.g. Film or "Bass Lab"

PM-320

2 credit(s)
Course Chair: Sean Hagon
Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring
Required of: None
Electable by: All
Prerequisites: PM-310
Department: PROM

This course focuses on the personal investment portfolio. Review of securities such as stocks, bonds, mutual funds, and other investments, along with principles of portfolio management, will be included. Goals, objectives, risk tolerance, and time constraints will determine the strategy that is used to build a portfolio of mutual funds, stocks, or bonds. Review of events in today's dynamic and complex markets will be discussed. Special attention will be paid to interest rates and their impact on securities.

PM-330

2 credit(s)
Course Chair: Sean Hagon
Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring
Required of: None
Electable by: All
Prerequisites: Private instruction level 4
Department: PROM

Aspects of private studio teaching including pedagogy, literature, technology, and business considerations. Philosophy and attitudes essential to the successful private instructor. Choosing appropriate methods and materials. Overview of new technological resources for the private teacher.

PM-340

2 credit(s)
Course Chair: Sean Hagon
Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
Required of: None
Electable by: All
Prerequisites: Fifth-semester standing minimum
Department: PROM

A study of the concepts, skills, and practices of entrepreneurship with the goal of preparing the student to realistically deal with the essentials of setting up a business in the music industry in which he/she is in total control of profit and earnings. Case studies and guest lecturers present a broad range of experiential wisdom.

PM-375

2 credit(s)
Course Chair: Sean Hagon
Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
Required of: PROM majors
Electable by: All
Prerequisites: Fifth-semester standing minimum
Department: PROM

Development of career goals from musical interests and aspirations, and behaviors that will foster and enable the transition from student to professional. Development of career-oriented communication and presentational skills.

PM-475

2 credit(s)
Course Chair: Sean Hagon
Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
Required of: PROM majors
Electable by: All
Prerequisites: PM-375 or LHUM-400 and minimum of sixth-semester standing
Department: PROM

A seminar in which students receive individualized guidance in the preparation and completion of their graduation project.

PM-495

2 credit(s)
Course Chair: Sean Hagon
Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
Required of: None
Electable by: PROM majors
Prerequisites: Written approval of course chair
Department: PROM

Monitored and evaluated professional work experience in a retail, entrepreneurial, or corporate environment matched to the student's individual career goals. Placement is limited to situations available from or approved by the Office of Experiential Learning and the Professional Music Department chair or a designee. To apply for an internship, students must see the internship coordinator in the Office of Experiential Learning prior to registering. Note: Equivalent credit for prior experience is not available due to the requirement of concurrent contract between the employer/supervisor and the college. International students in F-1 status must obtain authorization on their Form I-20 from the Counseling and Advising Center prior to beginning an internship.

PM-P325

2 credit(s)
Course Chair: Sean Hagon
Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring
Required of: None
Electable by: All
Prerequisites: PM-310
Department: PROM

This course provides an introduction to the fundamental concepts of finance. Various techniques of analysis that reveal the relationships of risk, return, and value are demonstrated. Topics include financial analysis, reporting and planning, long- and short-term forecasting, the time value of money, managing working capital, capital budgeting, and the nature of corporate securities and capital structure.

PM-P476

2 credit(s)
Course Chair: Sean Hagon
Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring
Required of: None
Electable by: PROM majors
Prerequisites: Written permission of course chair
Department: PROM

A seminar in which students receive individualized guidance in the preparation and completion of their final project. Students will develop an approach and timeline, self-evaluative criteria for assessment of their project upon completion, and gain an understanding of current and future trends in the music industry as they relate to both the final project and the student's broader career goals. This course is a remotely delivered version of the current PM-475 Final Project Seminar.

PMH-250

2 credit(s)
Course Chair: Sean Hagon
Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
Required of: None
Electable by: All
Prerequisites: None
Department: PROM

This class is designed to offer fundamentals of movement and dance for musicians. Each session includes a brief warm up followed by a dance combination and/or work on body awareness, coordination, use of time and space, development of internal pulse, and stage presence, etc. No prior dance experience is necessary.

PS-180

2 credit(s)
Course Chair: Carl Riley
Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring
Required of: None
Electable by: All
Prerequisites: By audition
Department: PERF

This class meets for 2 hours each week dividing class time into two equal segments where the instructor lectures, taking students on a chronological tour of the significant events in Marley's life with an emphasis on discovering Marley's radical yet positive sociopolitical message and relating it to current events in our time. The second segment of the class is spent learning the musical subtleties of the roots reggae style and preparing arrangements of 7-10 Marley compositions for performance. Watch for posters and electronic announcements online.

PS-190

2 credit(s)
Course Chair: Carl Riley
Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring
Required of: None
Electable by: All
Prerequisites: Written approval of instructor and course chair
Department: PERF

This multipurpose course provides an opportunity for students to participate in a nonstylistic improvisational environment as a means to explore musical communication and develop improvisational performance skills. Students will perform on a weekly basis in a variety of improvised settings while boundaries, structure, and musical focal strategies are provided by the instructor. Discussion and critique follow each performance and students are expected to participate. All ensemble combinations are explored (e.g., full ensemble, trios, duets, and solos).

PS-192

2 credit(s)
Course Chair: Carl Riley
Semesters Offered: Fall, Spring
Required of: None
Electable by: All
Prerequisites: PS-190
Department: PERF

This multipurpose course is a continuation of Improvisation Concepts Workshop 1, and provides a nonstylistic improvisational environment as a means to explore musical communication and develop improvisational performance skills. Students perform on a weekly basis in a variety of improvised settings while boundaries, structure, and musical focal strategies are provided by the instructor. Discussion and critique follow each performance and students are expected to participate. Students are exposed to a wide variety of improvisational music through required listening sessions in and out of class.

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