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The course offerings at Clarion University of PA go through an extensive review process by the Committee on Courses and Programs of Study (CCPS).  This course offerings list is a comprehensive list of courses that could be offered; it does not mean they are currently being offered.

For a complete list of courses offered on the current or upcoming schedules, see the Registrar's page Schedule of Classes.

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Course Id (currently sorted in Ascending order) Course TitleCourse Description
MUSA 424
Ap Mus: Percussion IV
Individual instruction in strings, woodwinds, brass, percussion, piano, voice, organ and guitar. Stresses development of an attitude of artistic maturity on the part of the student and upon artistic performance at all levels of proficiency. All mat,riculated music majors must elect applied music credits on their major instrument/voice Each semester in residence. Admission by audition and permission of instructor and department chair. Admission of non-majors is dependent upon availability of t,he staff. For more information, see Music Department chair. Prerequisite: MUS 131 or equivalent background. 200-, 300-, and 400-levels reserved for music majors only.|
MUSA 425
Ap Mus: Piano IV
Individual instruction in strings, woodwinds, brass, percussion, piano, voice, organ and guitar. Stresses development of an attitude of artistic maturity on the part of the student and upon artistic performance at all levels of proficiency. All mat,riculated music majors must elect applied music credits on their major instrument/voice Each semester in residence. Admission by audition and permission of instructor and department chair. Admission of non-majors is dependent upon availability of t,he staff. For more information, see Music Department chair. Prerequisite: MUS 131 or equivalent background. 200-, 300-, and 400-levels reserved for music majors only.|
MUSA 426
Ap Mus: Voice IV
Individual instruction in strings, woodwinds, brass, percussion, piano, voice, organ and guitar. Stresses development of an attitude of artistic maturity on the part of the student and upon artistic performance at all levels of proficiency. All mat,riculated music majors must elect applied music credits on their major instrument/voice Each semester in residence. Admission by audition and permission of instructor and department chair. Admission of non-majors is dependent upon availability of t,he staff. For more information, see Music Department chair. Prerequisite: MUS 131 or equivalent background. 200-, 300-, and 400-levels reserved for music majors only.|
MUSA 427
Ap Mus: Organ IV
Individual instruction in strings, woodwinds, brass, percussion, piano, voice, organ and guitar. Stresses development of an attitude of artistic maturity on the part of the student and upon artistic performance at all levels of proficiency. All mat,riculated music majors must elect applied music credits on their major instrument/voice Each semester in residence. Admission by audition and permission of instructor and department chair. Admission of non-majors is dependent upon availability of t,he staff. For more information, see Music Department chair. Prerequisite: MUS 131 or equivalent background. 200-, 300-, and 400-levels reserved for music majors only.|
MUSA 428
Applied Music:Guitar IV
Individual instruction in strings, woodwinds, brass, percussion, piano, voice, organ and guitar. Stresses development of an attitude of artistic maturity on the part of the student and upon artistic performance at all levels of proficiency. All mat,riculated music majors must elect applied music credits on their major instrument/voice Each semester in residence. Admission by audition and permission of instructor and department chair. Admission of non-majors is dependent upon availability of t,he staff. For more information, see Music Department chair. Prerequisite: MUS 131 or equivalent background. 200-, 300-, and 400-levels reserved for music majors only.|
MUSA 450
Ap Mus: Violin Perf IV
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MUSA 451
Ap Mus: Viola Perf IV
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MUSA 452
Appl Mus: Cello Per IV
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MUSA 453
Ap Mus:Dbl Bass Per IV
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MUSA 454
Ap Mus: Flute Perf IV
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MUSA 455
Ap Mus: Oboe Perf IV
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MUSA 456
Ap Mus: Clar Perf IV
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MUSA 457
Ap Mus: Sax Perf IV
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MUSA 458
Ap Mus: Bassoon Per IV
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MUSA 459
Ap Mus: Trump Perf IV
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MUSA 460
Ap Mus: Fr Hrn Perf IV
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MUSA 461
Ap Mus: Euphon Perf IV
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MUSA 462
Ap Mus: Tromb Perf IV
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MUSA 463
Ap Mus: Tuba Perf IV
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MUSA 464
Ap Mus: Percus Perf IV
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MUSA 465
Ap Mus: Piano Perf IV
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MUSA 466
Ap Mus: Voice Perf IV
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MUSA 467
Ap Mus Organ Perf IV
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NSCI 150
Integrated Science I
The first of a two semester sequence of basic science for elementary education majors. Integrates elements of earth science, physical science, biology, and chemistry as recommended in state and national accreditations. Emphasis is placed on the app,lication of the information into the elementary school classroom.|
NSCI 151
Integrated Science II
The second of a two semester sequence of basic science for elementary education majors. Integrates elements of earth science, physical science, biology, and chemistry as recommended in state and national accreditations. Emphasis is placed on the ap,plication of the information into the elementary school classroom.|
NUCM 301
Nuclear Medicine I
Within the B.S. in Medical Imaging Sciences degree, the concentration in nuclear medicine has been proposed so 30 - 60 clinical credits may be transferred into Clarion from formal nuclear medicine educational programs that are accredited by the Joint, Review Committee on Educational Programs in Nuclear Medicine Technology (JRCNMT). The curriculum of every JRCNMT-accredited nuclear medicine program must meet the same standards and guidelines although clinical course titles and credits vary slight,ly with each program. Placeholder courses (NUCM 301, 302, 401, and 402) will facilitate transference of clinical credits from accredited nuclear medicine programs into Clarion. Prerequisite: Placement into Math 112.|
NUCM 302
Nuclear Medicine II
Within the B.S. in Medical Imaging Sciences degree, the concentration in nuclear medicine has been proposed so 30 - 60 clinical credits may be transferred into Clarion from formal nuclear medicine educational programs that are accredited by the Joint, Review Committee on Educational Programs in Nuclear Medicine Technology (JRCNMT). The curriculum of every JRCNMT-accredited nuclear medicine program must meet the same standards and guidelines although clinical course titles and credits vary slight,ly with each program. Placeholder courses (NUCM 301, 302, 401, and 402) will facilitate transference of clinical credits from accredited nuclear medicine programs into Clarion. Prerequisite: Placement into Math 112.|
NUCM 303
Nuclear Medicine Clinical III
Within the B.S. in Medical Imaging Sciences degree and concentration in nuclear medicine, placeholder courses facilitate the transference of block credits for completion of a formal nuclear medicine educational program in nuclear medicine that is rec,ognized by the Joint Review Committee on Educational Programs in Nuclear Medicine Technology (JRCNMT).|
NUCM 401
Nuclear Medicine III
Within the B.S. in Medical Imaging Sciences degree, the concentration in nuclear medicine has been proposed so 30 - 60 clinical credits may be transferred into Clarion from formal nuclear medicine educational programs that are accredited by the Joint, Review Committee on Educational Programs in Nuclear Medicine Technology (JRCNMT). The curriculum of every JRCNMT-accredited nuclear medicine program must meet the same standards and guidelines although clinical course titles and credits vary slight,ly with each program. Placeholder courses (NUCM 301, 302, 401, and 402) will facilitate transference of clinical credits from accredited nuclear medicine programs into Clarion. Prerequisite: Placement into Math 112.|
NUCM 402
Nuclear Medicine IV
Within the B.S. in Medical Imaging Sciences degree, the concentration in nuclear medicine has been proposed so 30 - 60 clinical credits may be transferred into Clarion from formal nuclear medicine educational programs that are accredited by the Joint, Review Committee on Educational Programs in Nuclear Medicine Technology (JRCNMT). The curriculum of every JRCNMT-accredited nuclear medicine program must meet the same standards and guidelines although clinical course titles and credits vary slight,ly with each program. Placeholder courses (NUCM 301, 302, 401, and 402) will facilitate transference of clinical credits from accredited nuclear medicine programs into Clarion. Prerequisite: Placement into Math 112.|