This course will discuss topics typically found in the undergraduate Music Theory curriculum, written and aural training topics, as well as an overview of formal structures typically found in Western Art Music. Requirement to take this course is based on the results of the Graduate Theory Placement Exam. Some aspects of the course will be tailored to the specific needs of each student. The goal of this course is to prepare the graduate student for successful entry into MUS 502 and MUS 602, Analytical Techniques 1 and 2.


This course is designed to bridge the gap between two years of high school algebra or MTH 100 to college level pre-calculus courses. Topics included in this course are polynomials, rational expressions, solving linear, quadratic, absolute value equations, and equations involving radicals. Also included are topics related to inequalities, and functions and their graphs. This course is required for the mathematics major with teacher certification; however it will not count for credit toward the mathematics major (without teacher certification) or minor programs.

This course is designed to bridge the gap between two years of high school algebra or MTH 100 to college level pre-calculus courses. Topics included in this course are polynomials, rational expressions, solving linear, quadratic, absolute value equations, and equations involving radicals. Also included are topics related to inequalities, and functions and their graphs. This course is required for the mathematics major with teacher certification; however it will not count for credit toward the mathematics major (without teacher certification) or minor programs.

This course is designed as a terminal course in mathematics in the general education curriculum and does not assume any algebraic or geometric background on the part of the student. The objective of the course is to acquaint the student with the various branches of mathematics and to develop an appreciation and understanding of the relationship of mathematics to the modern world. This course will not count toward mathematics major or minor programs.

This course is designed to bridge the gap between two years of high school algebra or MTH 100 to college level pre-calculus courses. Topics included in this course are polynomials, rational expressions, solving linear, quadratic, absolute value equations, and equations involving radicals. Also included are topics related to inequalities, and functions and their graphs. This course is required for the mathematics major with teacher certification; however it will not count for credit toward the mathematics major (without teacher certification) or minor programs.

This course is designed to bridge the gap between two years of high school algebra or MTH 100 to college level pre-calculus courses. Topics included in this course are polynomials, rational expressions, solving linear, quadratic, absolute value equations, and equations involving radicals. Also included are topics related to inequalities, and functions and their graphs. This course is required for the mathematics major with teacher certification; however it will not count for credit toward the mathematics major (without teacher certification) or minor programs.

This course is designed to bridge the gap between two years of high school algebra or MTH 100 to college level pre-calculus courses. Topics included in this course are polynomials, rational expressions, solving linear, quadratic, absolute value equations, and equations involving radicals. Also included are topics related to inequalities, and functions and their graphs. This course is required for the mathematics major with teacher certification; however it will not count for credit toward the mathematics major (without teacher certification) or minor programs.

This course is designed to bridge the gap between two years of high school algebra or MTH 100 to college level pre-calculus courses. Topics included in this course are polynomials, rational expressions, solving linear, quadratic, absolute value equations, and equations involving radicals. Also included are topics related to inequalities, and functions and their graphs. This course is required for the mathematics major with teacher certification; however it will not count for credit toward the mathematics major (without teacher certification) or minor programs.

This course is designed to bridge the gap between two years of high school algebra or MTH 100 to college level pre-calculus courses. Topics included in this course are polynomials, rational expressions, solving linear, quadratic, absolute value equations, and equations involving radicals. Also included are topics related to inequalities, and functions and their graphs. This course is required for the mathematics major with teacher certification; however it will not count for credit toward the mathematics major (without teacher certification) or minor programs.

This course is designed to bridge the gap between two years of high school algebra or MTH 100 to college level pre-calculus courses. Topics included in this course are polynomials, rational expressions, solving linear, quadratic, absolute value equations, and equations involving radicals. Also included are topics related to inequalities, and functions and their graphs. This course is required for the mathematics major with teacher certification; however it will not count for credit toward the mathematics major (without teacher certification) or minor programs.