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 ==== APP - Advanced Placement Program ==== ==== APP - Advanced Placement Program ====
-If you have taken AP courses and had your scores sent to MLC, the courses you received credit for will be listed on your unofficial transcript on the MLC Portal by approximately July 6. The unofficial transcript is located on the MLC Portal. (After logging in, click “Grades” and select “Unofficial Transcript”). The AP courses along with the scores required are listed in the MLC Undergraduate Catalog, pages 23-24.+If you have taken AP courses and had your scores sent to MLC, the courses you received credit for will be listed on your unofficial transcript on the MLC Portal by approximately July 5. The unofficial transcript is located on the MLC Portal. (After logging in, click “Grades” and select “Unofficial Transcript”). The AP courses along with the scores required are listed in the MLC Undergraduate Catalog, pages 24-25.
  
 If the AP courses you received credit for are freshmen courses, you can choose to take other courses in their place. Suggested courses to take are HIS2113 Modern West, PED1301 Fitness for Life, Phy Ed activity courses, SSC3210 World Regional Geography, Keyboard (Education majors only), or courses in your major. If the AP courses you received credit for are freshmen courses, you can choose to take other courses in their place. Suggested courses to take are HIS2113 Modern West, PED1301 Fitness for Life, Phy Ed activity courses, SSC3210 World Regional Geography, Keyboard (Education majors only), or courses in your major.
  
 ==== Fine Arts Elective ==== ==== Fine Arts Elective ====
-If your program plan calls for a Fine Arts Elective in the first year, MUS2201 Introduction to Fine Arts is available for you to schedule. If you wish to select a different course from the Fine Arts Electives on page 40 of the MLC Undergraduate Catalog and postpone taking the Fine Arts Elective until a later time, you can choose to take a different course such as HIS2113 Modern West, PED1301 Fitness for Life, Phy Ed activity courses, SSC3210 World Regional Geography, Keyboard (Education majors only), or courses in your major.+If your program plan calls for a Fine Arts Elective in the first year, MUS2201 Introduction to Fine Arts is available for you to schedule. If you wish to select a different course from the Fine Arts Electives on page 42 of the MLC Undergraduate Catalog and postpone taking the Fine Arts Elective until a later time, you can choose to take a different course such as HIS2113 Modern West, PED1301 Fitness for Life, Phy Ed activity courses, Keyboard (Education majors only), or courses in your major. If you are considering a Music minor, you should postpone the Fine Arts elective until a later year, and replace the course with one of the classes listed above.
  
 ==== Math ==== ==== Math ====
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 Piano, organ, choir, instrument and vocal lessons will be Section 01 until your Music Experience Inventory form has been reviewed. Based on the information you provided on the form, your keyboard level may be adjusted in your schedule planner. You will be assigned an instructor for keyboard, instrument, and/or vocal lessons. Piano, organ, choir, instrument and vocal lessons will be Section 01 until your Music Experience Inventory form has been reviewed. Based on the information you provided on the form, your keyboard level may be adjusted in your schedule planner. You will be assigned an instructor for keyboard, instrument, and/or vocal lessons.
  
-New students who wish to sing in choir should register for Chorale, ​MUS2048. This is a temporary registration until auditions are completed. After the auditions, ​conductors of the Chorale, Männerchor,​ and Women’s Choir will place you into one of the choirs or determine that a vocal class will serve you better. If you are accepted into choir, the conductors will if possible attempt to honor any choir preference you included on the Music Course Placement and Inventory Form you completed online. ​ However, placement of students into these choirs is also affected by sizes of the choirs, balance of voice parts, and other considerations. All preferences may not be able to be accommodated.+Students desiring to participate in a choir should register for the course in one of the following ways: 
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 +  - New students who are joining Wind Symphony, which meets fourth hour, should register for Chorale, MUS2048, which meets eighth hour. 
 +  - New students who wish to sing in choir should register for MUS2038, Women’s Choir, or MUS2039, Männerchor. Both of these choirs meet fourth hour. (Note: This does not exclude a student from being a part of Chorale, ​as student will have an opportunity to express this desire at auditions.) 
 +  - New students who must schedule the Monday 4-5 section SCI1004, Biology Lab, should register for Chorale, MUS 2048, which meets eighth hour. 
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 +**This is a temporary registration until auditions are completed.** After the auditions, the choral conductors ​will place you into one of the choirs or determine that a vocal class will serve you better. If you are accepted into choir, the conductors willif possibleattempt to honor your choir preference you included on the Music Course Placement and Inventory Form you completed online. However, placement of students into these choirs is also affected by sizes of the choirs, balance of voice parts, and other consideration. All preferences may not be able to be accommodated.
  
 If you have added choir to your schedule planner, an audition time will be given to you during orientation week. If you have added choir to your schedule planner, an audition time will be given to you during orientation week.
scheduling/program-helps.txt · Last modified: 2019/07/08 14:40 by Martens, Robert L