2015-2016 Undergraduate Addendums

The online 2015-2016 Chapman University Undergraduate and Graduate Catalogs were published June 2015. In order to keep students up-to-date with the most current curriculum information, important updates made after June 2015 have been added to the 2015-2016 Catalog Addendums online.

College of Performing Arts Addendums

The revised degree information that follow, supersede the degree information listed in the departmental sections of the printed and online versions of the catalog.

Bachelor of Music (Pre–Certification, Music Education), Instrumental Emphasis Addendum

general requirements (59–63 credits)

MUS 102

Compendium of Western Music History

3

MUS 104/404

Piano/Advanced Piano (waived if piano is major instrument)

4

MUS 116/316

Studio Class

1

MUS 124

String Methods Class

1

MUS 125

Woodwind Methods Class

1

MUS 126

Brass Methods Class

1

MUS 127

Percussion Methods Class

1

MUS 133

Theory I

2

MUS 134

Theory II

2

MUS 135

Aural Skills I

1

MUS 136

Aural Skills II

1

MUS 180

Music Information Literacy I

0

MUS 231/231L

Introduction to Music Education/Lab Introduction to Music Education

3

MUS 233

Theory III

2

MUS 234

Theory IV

2

MUS 235

Aural Skills III

1

MUS 236

Aural Skills IV

1

MUS 238

Improvisation: Techniques and Experiments

1

MUS 244

Principles of Music Technology

2

MUS 280

Music Information Literacy II

0

MUS 330

Form and Harmonic Analysis

2

MUS 340

Instrumentation and Beginning Orchestration

2

MUS 380

Music Information Literacy III

0

MUS 450

Choral Conducting I

2

MUS 452

Instrumental Conducting I

2

MUS 453

Instrumental Conducting II

2

MUS 457/457L

Practicum in Choral Literature and Pedagogy/Lab Practicum in Choral Literature and Pedagogy

3

MUS 458/458L

Practicum in Instrumental Literature and Pedagogy/Lab Practicum in Instrumental Literature and Pedagogy

3

MUS 459/459L

Practicum in Elementary School Literature and Pedagogy/Lab Practicum in Elementary School Literature and Pedagogy

3

MUS 480

Music Information Literacy IV

0

 

Individual instruction, major instrument

8

 

Large ensemble

6

one of the following (½ credit)

MUS 322A

Small Ensemble: Guitar

½

MUS 322B

Small Ensemble: Strings

½

MUS 322C

Chapman Percussion Ensemble

½

MUS 322D

Small Ensemble: Piano

½

MUS 322E

Small Ensemble: Woodwinds

½

MUS 322F

Small Ensemble: Brass

½

MUS 322G

New Music Ensemble

½

MUS 322H

Small Ensemble: Saxophone

½

MUS 322I

Jazz Combos

½

MUS 322J

Small Ensemble: Harp

½

MUS 322K

Vocal Jazz

½

MUS 322M

Early Music Ensemble

½

MUS 322N

American Celebration Small Ensemble

½

one of the following (1 credit)

MUS 103

Guitar

1

MUS 113

Beginning Guitar Class

1

MUS 211

Intermediate Guitar Class

1

MUS 305

Advanced Guitar

1

one of the following (1 credit)

MUS 106

Voice

1

MUS 155

Voice Class (Music Education Majors)

1

three of the following (9 credits)

MUS 301

Music History and Literature I

3

MUS 302

Music History and Literature II

3

MUS 303

Music History and Literature III

3

MUS 304

Music History and Literature IV

3

one of the following (3 credits)

MUS 332A

Musical Cultures of Africa/Middle East

3

MUS 332B

Musical Cultures of Asia/Pacific

3

MUS 332C

Musical Cultures of the Americas

3

one of the following (½ credit)

MUS 322I

Jazz Combos

½

MUS 322K

Vocal Jazz

½

one of the following (0 credit)

MUS 398B

Senior Recital in Music Education, Instrumental Emphasis - Half Solo Program, Unaccompanied

0

MUS 398D

Senior Recital in Music Education, Instrumental Emphasis - Half Solo Program, Accompanied

0

total credits

(students with piano as major instrument)

74

total credits

 

78

Program Learning Outcomes and Educational Effectiveness Evaluation Plans for B.M. in Music Education (PreCertification).

Wilkinson College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences Addendum

The revised degree information that follow, supersede the degree information listed in the departmental sections of the printed and online versions of the catalog.

Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy Addendum

A minimum of 21 credits in the major must be upper–division. All courses in the major must be taken for a letter grade and passed with a "C" or higher.

core requirements (12 credits)

PHIL 310

From Socrates to Aquinas

3

PHIL 311

Descartes to Kierkegaard

3

PHIL 398

Junior/Senior Seminar

3

one of the following

PHIL 203

Logic

3

PHIL 300

Symbolic Logic

3

metaphysics and epistemology (6 credits)

two of the following

PHIL 102

Philosophy through Science Fiction

3

PHIL 125

Philosophy of Religion

3

PHIL 305

Metaphysics

3

PHIL 306

Games and Decisions

3

PHIL 309

Religion, Knowledge and Evil

3

PHIL 320

Belief, Truth and Knowledge

3

PHIL 321

Philosophy of Science

3

PHIL 322a

Philosophical Theology

3

PHIL 340

Philosophy of Mind

3

ethics (6 credits)

two of the following

PHIL 104

Introduction to Ethics

3

PHIL 120

Global Ethics and Religion

3

PHIL 303

Environmental Ethics

3

PHIL 304

Multicultural Ethics

3

PHIL 304a

Food Ethics

3

PHIL 304b

Global Justice

3

PHIL 314

Medical Ethics

3

PHIL 316

Business and Professional Ethics

3

PHIL 318

Political and Legal Philosophy

3

PHIL 319

Philosophy of Women/Women of Color

3

electives (6 credits)

Two philosophy courses, either listed above or from other courses listed in the catalog

6

total credits

 

30

If PHIL 398 is repeated for credit, one will count as a core requirement. The other PHIL 398 may then be counted as a philosophy elective or–if appropriate and if approved by the chair–the other PHIL 398 may be counted as either ethics or metaphysics/epistemology.

Program Learning Outcomes and Educational Effectiveness Evaluation Plans for B.A. in Philosophy.

Course Description Addendums

The revised course descriptions that follow, supersede the course descriptions with the same course numbers listed in the departmental sections of the printed and online versions of the catalog.

PHIL 304a Food Ethics Addendum

What should we eat? While food is a very familiar part of human life, it's study reveals the complex social, economic, and moral relations between people and institutions. This course will explore themes in multcultural moral philosophy through the lens of food and agriculture. Topics include vegetarianism and veganism, cannibalism, world hunger, global trade, animal rights, religious diversity, GMOs, and more. (Offered as needed.) 3 credits.

PHIL 304b Global Justice Addendum

How should our world balance universal human rights with respect for cultural diversity? Topics covered include human rights, global trade, international law, cultural pluralism, imperialism, war and intervention, and more. (Offered as needed.) 3 credits.