Applied Voice Courses

 
 
 
Applied Voice courses are the courses in which students receive individual voice lessons and participate in group studio classes at a specified time.  Both aspects of the course are required; students cannot pass Applied Voice courses without participating in studio classes as well as in their weekly voice lessons.

At Clayton State University, there are several different course numbers for Applied Voice, depending upon the student's degree program and level of experience and expertise.  A description of each Applied Voice course and a syllabus link follows below:
 
 
 

MUSC 2400

 
 
 

MUSC 2400 was the course for lower-division Bachelor of Music students in the Music Education concentration who entered prior to Fall 2012, and now it is the course for students pursuing the minor in Music or wishing to take Applied Voice as a secondary instrument and receive one hour individual lessons.  Attendance at weekly full studio classes is required.  A semester-end jury exam is required.

Dr. Zeller is not teaching this course this semester.

MUSC 2400 syllabus

 
 
 

MUSC 2500

 
 
 

MUSC 2500 is the course for all lower-division Bachelor of Arts in Performing Arts students whose performance concentration is voice. (It also was the course for lower-division voice students in the former Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Arts in Music degrees and appears on those students' transcripts.)  Students receive one-hour individual lessons weekly.  Attendance at weekly full studio classes is required.  A semester-end jury exam is required. 

 
 
 

MUSC 3500

 
 
 

MUSC 3500 was the course for upper-division Bachelor of Arts in Music students who have passed the Sophomore Barrier in voice.  Students received one-hour individual lessons weekly.  Attendance at weekly full studio classes was required.  A semester-end jury exam was required.

NOTE: As of Fall 2012, this course has been discontinued.  Upper-division Bachelor of Arts in Performing Arts students who have passed the Sophomore Barrier in voice now take MUSC 4500.  Some current students finishing degrees under older catalogues still will have this course number on their transcripts.

 
 
 

MUSC 4400

 
 
 
MUSC 4400 was the course for upper-division Bachelor of Music students in the Music Education concentration who have passed the Sophomore Barrier in voice.  Students receive one-hour lessons weekly.  Attendance at weekly full studio classes is required.  A semester-end jury exam is required.


Dr. Zeller is not teaching this course this semester.


MUSC 4400 syllabus

 
 
 

MUSC 4500

 
 
 

MUSC 4500 is the course for upper-division Bachelor of Arts in Performing Arts students who have passed the Sophomore Barrier in voice.  (It also was the course for upper-division students in the Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Arts in Music degrees and appears on those students' transcripts.)  Students receive one-hour weekly lessons.  Attendance at weekly full studio classes is required.  A semester-end jury exam is required.

MUSC 4500 syllabus

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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