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Personnel Supervision
MGT-250
Student will cultivate the functional relationship between management and the labor force; principles of handling the human factor to maximize the productive efficiency of the firm through sound procurement, development, utilization and maintenance of the human resources in the enterprise.
Leadership
MGT-280
Review significant historical and current leader- ship models, also analyze individual behaviors and characteristics often associated with effective leaders, review concepts associated with team leadership, and become familiar with current organizational practices.
Salesmanship
MKT-100
Basic principles of selling: the techniques employed in the development of competencies in the area of selling, product knowledge, and sales supervisory skills. Emphasis is on outside selling.
Principles of Marketing
MKT-110
Principles, methods, and challenges involved in developing an integrated and customer-driven marketing strategy that helps achieve organizational goals.
Social Media Marketing
MKT-111
This course provides a working knowledge of the theory and practice in the use of social media platforms in marketing. The topics include a history of social media, the preparation for social media, the power of collective influence, and how to engage with social media. Students will reviews social mediums, social networks, platforms, and other marketing tools used to create social media campaigns.
Principles of Advertising
MKT-230
Strategic functions and uses of advertising, study of media, general understanding of forms of copy, artwork, layout, production and testing advertis- ing effectiveness.
Preparatory Applied
MUS-050
Individual instruction in: a. brass, b. woodwind, c. string, d. keyboard, e. voice. See music advisor for assignment to correct course number.
Preparatory Applied
MUS-060
Individual instruction in: a. brass, b. woodwind, c. string, d. keyboard, e. voice. See music advisor for assignment to correct course number.
Yuma Chorale
MUS-100
Beginning level of a large community chorus that performs major choral works and is open to all interested singers by audition. It is a multi-level class.
Yuma Chorale
MUS-101
Continuation of a large community chorus that performs major choral works and is open to all interested singers by audition. It is a multi-level class.
Pep Band
MUS-103
Beginning level of band performance at public events. The band is open to all musicians; it is a multi-level class.
Community Band
MUS-104
Beginning level of concert band at public events.
Jazz Ensemble
MUS-105
Beginning level of big band jazz ensemble performance.
Chamber Singers
MUS-106
Beginning level of chamber vocal ensemble performance.
String Ensemble
MUS-107
Beginning level of string ensemble.
Civic Light Orchestra
MUS-108
Beginning level of Civic Light Orchestra
Civic Orchestra
MUS-109
Beginning level of Civic Orchestra.
Fundamentals of Music
MUS-110
This course provides an introduction to music theory that teaches the beginner to read, write, and understand musical notation. The approach is equally suited to those with no prior training in music, as well as those who have learned to sing or play without training in fundamentals.
Dictation & Sight Reading 1A
MUS-111
Taken along with Theory 1A and B, this course develops students' skills in aural perception and analysis, and in music reading and sight singing.
Dictation & Sight Reading 1B
MUS-112
A continuation of MUS 111.
Pep Band
MUS-113
Continuation of band performance at public events. This band performs at home football and basketball games, and other campus and community events.
Community Band
MUS-114
Continuation of beginning level of concert band performances at public events.
Jazz Ensemble
MUS-115
Continuation of big band jazz ensemble performance.
Chamber Singers
MUS-116
The continuance of chamber vocal ensemble performance.
String Ensemble
MUS-117
Continuation of string ensemble.
Civic Light Orchestra
MUS-118
Continuance of Civic Light Orchestra.
Civic Orchestra
MUS-119
Continuation of Civic Orchestra.
Music Appreciation/GE
MUS-120
This course is designed to help students learn new ways of listening to music in order to better understand our rich musical heritage. While music of all kinds will be studied, art music will be the primary focus. No prior musical training is required.
Class Piano 1A
MUS-121
Fundamentals of piano.
Class Piano 1B
MUS-122
A continuation of MUS 121.
Piano 1A
MUS-123
This is an applied music individual half-hour per week lesson designed to develop beginning college-level performing skills on the piano. This course is required of music majors whose major instrument is the piano.
Piano 1B
MUS-124
This is an applied music individual half-hour per week lesson designed to develop intermediate college-level performing skills on the piano. This course is required of music majors whose major instrument is the piano.
Piano 1A
MUS-125
This is an applied music individual one-hour per week lesson designed to develop beginning college-level performing skills on the piano. This course is required of music majors whose major instrument is the piano.
Piano 1B
MUS-126
This is an applied music individual one-hour per week lesson designed to develop intermediate college-level performing skills on the piano. This course is required of music majors whose major instrument is the piano.
Voice 1A
MUS-133
Voice lessons are designed to serve the transfer music major with an emphasis in voice. Student and instructor meet for a half-hour once per week to work on the beginning skills of singing and to build a basic repertoire of music from generally the Baroque period to present. This course is required of music majors whose concentration is voice.
Voice 1B
MUS-134
Voice lessons are designed to serve the transfer music major with an emphasis in voice. Student and instructor meet for a half-hour once per week to work on the intermediate skills of singing and to build a repertoire of music from generally the Baroque period to present. This course is required of music majors whose concentration is voice.

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