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Professional Development for Teachers (1)

Professional Development for Teachers
Welcome to your future as a well-prepared, up-to-the-minute K-12 educator of the 21st century! Marygrove College has a nearly eighty-year history of training teachers. Marygrove-educated teachers can be found in public and private schools across the nation in classrooms and in leadership positions.

Performing Arts and Theatre (3)

Performing Arts and Theatre
Are you multi-talented? Do you like to perform? A Performing Arts major or minor will assist you in developing your multi-faceted talents and in understanding all the dimensions of a career in the performing arts. It will also prepare you for more specialized study in graduate work.

Pharmacy Technician (3)

Pharmacy Technician
Marygrove College offers a one year, credit certificate that prepares students to become Pharmacy Technicians. This is a three consecutive semester program that begins in September and ends in August. Students who complete the program and pass the Pharmacy Technician Certification Exam will be qualified to work in pharmacies across Michigan as licensed Pharmacy Technicians.

Philosophy (4)

Philosophy
Philosophy, the love of wisdom and learning, is basic to any balanced education. To study philosophy means to ask deep and important questions, to listen carefully to another’s perspective, to examine facts and reasons critically, and to seek truth without compromise.

Physics (2)

Physics
The physics courses at Marygrove serve two purposes. The courses provide a general introduction to physics, and they address specific applications. If you have a science major or minor, or you are preparing for a medical career or a career forensics, the college physics sequence will introduce you to physics using trigonometry as a base.

Political Science (5)

Political Science
The Department of Political Science offers an undergraduate major and minor that provides you with a wide variety of career and educational choices after graduation. You may choose to enter the work world of public (governmental) service or the social institutions that are important to our community, state, and nation. Or you may desire to continue your education in law school or graduate studies. Along with your course work in political science you will take relevant liberal arts courses and obtain meaningful field experience.

Pre-Law (1)

Pre-Law
Attorneys have a variety of academic backgrounds-economics, English, history, philosophy and political science. Law schools do not designate a major program concentration as a prerequisite for admission. Law schools admit students who are broadly trained and who evidence analytical skills, good writing and oral communication abilities, as well as social awareness.

Pre-Dental / Pre-Medical (1)

Pre-Dental / Pre-Medical
You need to carefully plan and monitor your college career- especially if you plan to apply to medical or dental school. Marygrove College has a pre-medical/pre-dental advisor to assist you in your planning.

Psychology (5)

Psychology
Psychology is a discipline devoted to understanding the thought and behavior of people, and then channeling that knowledge into social and psychological services. The program at Marygrove offers a sequence of courses, which take you through the areas of psychological development, personality theory, socialization, learning, dysfunctional behavior and experimental psychology. The program is intended for day or night students. The psychology major prepares you to be an informed and engaged citizen in our ever-changing world with respect for diversity and social justice issues.

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PRIVATE LESSONS

 

The Department of Music offers private weekly instruction in piano, voice, organ, and guitar to majors, and non-majors under limited circumstances. Study of other instruments may be arranged with due notice.

All applied music, whether keyboard, vocal, or instru­mental will develop technique, style, musicianship, memorization, interpretation, and repertoire appropri­ate to the medium. Specific technique and repertoire requirements for each proficiency level are available in the department. All music majors and minors enrolled in applied music courses are required to attend music department events as specified each semester.

Please see Music Department Handbook for recital attendance requirement guidelines. 

MUS 110 Private or Small Group Lessons: Beginning Level                                                                     1-3 hours
Prerequisite: Permission of instructor; Term: 1, 2, 3; Fee: yes

Course descriptions available from department.

MUS 111 Private Lessons: Intermediate Level                                                                                              2-3 hours
Prerequisite: Permission of department; Term: 1, 2, 3; Fee: yes

Course descriptions available from department.

MUS 120, 121, 122, 125 Private Lessons: Advanced Level I                                                                         2-3 hours
Prerequisite: Permission of department; Term: 1, 2, 3; Fee: yes

Course descriptions available from department.

MUS 220, 221, 222, 225 Private Lessons: Advanced Level II                                                                         2-3 hours
Prerequisite: Permission of department; Term: 1, 2, 3; Fee: yes

Course descriptions available from department.

MUS 320, 321, 322, 323 Private Lessons: Advanced Level III                                                                        2-4 hours
Prerequisite: Permission of department; Term: 1, 2, 3; Fee: yes

Course descriptions available from department.

MUS 420, 421, 422, 423 Private Lessons: Advanced Level IV                                                                        2-4 hours
Prerequisite: Permission of department; Term: 1, 2, 3; Fee: yes

Course descriptions available in department. 

 

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