Jul 16, 2018  
Catalog 2018-2019 
  
Catalog 2018-2019

Courses


Course Credit

The number of semester hours of credit earned by satisfactory completion of a course is indicated after the course title.

Course Numbering

The level of the course is indicated as follows:

100—Introductory
200—Intermediate
300—Advanced

Course Notations

Courses designated by a single number are one-semester courses.

Double numbers separated by a comma (101, 102) are courses in which grades are given separately for each semester, but in which one semester ordinarily follows the other.

An "H" following a course number usually indicates that the course will be taught as an honors course.

If a course is not offered annually, the year in which it will next be offered is noted where possible.

Course prerequisites, if any, are listed at the end of the course description. Students must adhere to the stated prerequisite or obtain override permission from the instructor prior to the time of registration.

Due to scheduling, faculty leaves of absence, sabbaticals, and other factors, every course listed may not be given in any particular year. The college reserves the right to withdraw any course for which there is insufficient enrollment.

Faculty are listed with their respective departments and in the faculty section of this catalog. Part-time faculty and administrators who hold a faculty line or teach a course are indicated by an asterisk(*).

 

 
   •  MB 334 - Business Law II
   •  MB 336H - Diversity and Discrimination in the American Workplace: Is the Melting Pot Boiling Over?
   •  MB 337 - Advertising and Promotion
   •  MB 338 - Foundations of Finance
   •  MB 339 - Investments
   •  MB 343 - Intellectual Property in the Global Economy
   •  MB 344 - International Marketing
   •  MB 345 - Global Financial Management
   •  MB 347 - Comparative Management
   •  MB 349 - Business Strategy
   •  MB 350 - Entrepreneurship and Small Business
   •  MB 351 - Special Topics in Business and Management
   •  MB 355 - Business, Ethics and Society
   •  MB 358 - Human Resource Management
   •  MB 360 - Consulting: Practice, Process, and Problem Solving
   •  MB 371 - Independent Study
   •  MB 373 - Thesis Seminar A
   •  MB 374 - Thesis Seminar B
   •  MB 399 - Professional Internship in Business
   •  MC 215 - Mathematical Reasoning and Discrete Structures
   •  MC 306 - Theory of Computation
   •  MF 101 - Introduction to Media Studies
   •  MF 251 A-D - Special Topics in Media and Film Studies
   •  MF 299 - Professional Internship in Media and Film Studies
   •  MF 351 C or D - Advanced Topics in Media and Film Studies
   •  MF 371 - Independent Studies in Media and Film Studies
   •  MF 399 A - C - Professional Internship in Media and Film Studies
   •  MP 179 - World Music Ensembles
   •  MP 190 - Class Study of Voice
   •  MP 191 - Class Study Of Piano I
   •  MP 192 - Class Study Of Piano II
   •  MP 193 - Class Study Of Guitar
   •  MP 195 - Class Study Of Jazz Piano
   •  MP 197 - Keyboard Skills
   •  MP 198 - Class Study of Instrumental Performance
   •  MP 256 - Music Outreach: Performance
   •  MP 257 - Music Outreach: Organization
   •  MP 273 - Opera/Musical Workshop
   •  MP 275 - Small Jazz Ensemble
   •  MP 277 - Vocal Chamber Ensemble
   •  MP 279 - West African Drum Ensemble
   •  MP 281 - Private Musical Instruction
   •  MP 281X - Private Musical Instruction
   •  MP 285 - Skidmore Guitar Ensemble
   •  MP 287 - Skidmore Chorus
   •  MP 289 - Skidmore Orchestra
   •  MP 293 - Skidmore Jazz Ensemble
   •  MP 295 - Skidmore Concert Band
   •  MP 297 - Chamber Music
   •  MP 375 - Senior Recital
   •  MP 381 - Private Musical Instruction
   •  MP 381X - Private Musical Instruction
   •  MS 104 - Introduction to Statistics
   •  MS 204 - Statistical Methods
   •  MS 210 - Data Visualization
   •  MS 240 - Applied Regression Analysis
   •  MS 251 A-D - Topics in Statistics
   •  MS 351 A-D - Selected Topics in Statistics
   •  MU 100 - Introduction To Music
   •  MU 101 - Rudiments Of Music
   •  MU 103 - The Symphony
   •  MU 106 - Great Composers
   •  MU 107 - Aural Skills
   •  MU 109 - Global Hip Hop
   •  MU 141 - Foundations of Theory and Musicianship
   •  MU 200 - Thinking About Music
   •  MU 205 - Special Studies in Music Literature
   •  MU 208 - Music and Culture
   •  MU 208W - Music and Culture
   •  MU 220 - British Rock and Popular Music in the 1960s
   •  MU 221 - The Fortepiano
   •  MU 231 - Writing About Music
   •  MU 232 - Writing About Music
   •  MU 233 - Writing About Music
   •  MU 241 - Materials and Structures I
   •  MU 242 - Materials and Structures II
   •  MU 243 - Topics in Music Theory and Analysis
   •  MU 255 - Music Technology I: Introduction to Electronic Music, Composition, and Recording Studio Techniques
   •  MU 299 - Professional Internship In Music
   •  MU 304 - American Music
   •  MU 306 - History of Jazz in America
   •  MU 307 - Music and Society
   •  MU 309 - Music in South Asia
   •  MU 310 - Music and Culture of East Asia
   •  MU 314 - Music In The Middle Ages and Renaissance
   •  MU 315 - Music In The Baroque and Pre-Classical Eras
   •  MU 316 - Music In The Classical and Romantic Eras
   •  MU 317 - Music in the Twentieth Century
   •  MU 319 - Topics In Musicology
   •  MU 320 - Popular Music In The Age of Rock and Roll
   •  MU 343 - Seminar in Avant-Garde Jazz and American Postwar Racial Politics
   •  MU 344 - Topics Seminar
   •  MU 345 - Topics Seminar
   •  MU 352 - Film Scoring
   •  MU 353 - Music Technology II: Advanced Electronic Music, Composition, and Recording Studio Techniques
   •  MU 354 - Analysis Of Tonal Music
   •  MU 355 - Orchestration
   •  MU 356 - Tonal Counterpoint
   •  MU 357 - Composition
   •  MU 358 - Composition
 

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