LIMU & SYGN Course Descriptions
LAIS 200: Human Systems - Changed to LAIS 200 Fall 2013
Human Systems is an interdisciplinary historical examination of key systems created by humans—namely, political, economic, social, and cultural institutions—as they have evolved worldwide from the inception of the modern era ca.150) to the present. This course embodies an elaboration of these human systems as introduced in their environmental context in Nature and Human Values and will reference themes and issues explored therein.It also demonstrates the cross-disciplinary applicability of the ‘systems’ concept. Assignments will give students continued practice in writing. Prerequisite: LAIS 100. Semester Hours: 3.
LEVEL 100 LIMU COURSES
LIMU 101A and 102A: Band (Professor: Dr. Robert Klimek)
Study, rehearsal, and performance of concert, marching and stage repertory. Emphasis on fundamentals of rhythm, intonation, embouchure, and ensemble. Semester hours: 1
LIMU 101B and 102B: Band, Strings (Professor Jonathan Cullison) Semester hours: 1.
LIMU 111 and 112: Chorus (Professor: Dr. Robert Klimek)
Study, rehearsal, and performance of choral music of the classical, romantic, and modern periods with special emphasis on principles of diction, rhythm, intonation, phrasing, and ensemble. Semester hours: 1.
LEVEL 200 LIMU COURSES