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There are currently 18 names in this directory beginning with the letter M.
Math Methods
A course to develop skills in the areas of math concepts, methods of teaching math, sequence of learning math, use of math manipulatives, and development of math enrichment/remediation. (3 semester hours) Class Code: EDE 334

Methods of Teaching
A practice course of teaching methods, applying the principles learned in Educational Psychology with emphasis on relating particular teaching methods to the various age levels and to fulfillment of objectives in a traditional, non-traditional, and DCE classroom setting. Prerequisites: EDF 226 (3 semester hours) Class Code: EDF 236

Ministerial Internship
The practical application of acquired skills in preaching and pastoral ministry. The student will participate at approved churches in actual preaching and pastoral ministry under supervision and direction. Prerequisites: PTH 223, PTH 224, PTH 334 and Christian service requirements completed (3 semester hours) Class Code: PTH 490

Ministry Discipleship
Ministry Discipleship will examine the Biblical mandate of making disciples of Jesus Christ. This course will explore both the micro and macro concept of both making and multiplying disciples in the context of the local church. (1 semester hour) Class Code: PTH 255

Missionary Internship
A practical course requiring the student to spend time actually engaged in direct missionary work under the supervision of field missionaries. This course may be integrated with Allegheny Wesleyan Youth in Missions team trips. Prerequisite: Must have completed 21 SH of MIS courses and Christian service requirements (4 semester hours) Class Code: MIS 490

Modern American History
This course is designed to provide the student with a general but comprehensive understanding of the rise of industrialization and urbanization, imperialism, Progressivism, World War I, the New Deal, World War II, the Cold War, the civil rights movement and the Vietnam era. The course will follow a topical approach with respect to chronology by focusing on the economic, political and social developments of the period. (3 semester hours) Class Code: HIS 224

Modern Church History
This course will trace the development of Christianity from the Reformation to the present. Various aspects of the Reformation are examined including the Lutheran, the Swiss, the English, the Radical and the Roman Catholic. The effects of the Reformation and the important developments in Roman Catholicism, Protestantism and Eastern Orthodoxy since the Reformation are examined. This course presupposes that the student has a general knowledge of the history of western civilization. (3 semester hours) Class Code: HIS 432

Music Fundamentals
This is a course designed to examine the basic principles of music such as rhythm, pitch, and music notation. Emphasis will be placed on developing the basic musicianship of the student by increasing one’s knowledge in music terminology, music performances, and basic conducting. (2 semester hours, non-academic credit) Class Code: MUS 090

Music History I
A study of the historical developments of music in Western civilization from its beginning through the Renaissance period. (2 semester hours) Class Code: MUS 231

Music History II 
A study of the historical developments of music during the Baroque and the Classical eras. (2 semester hours) Class Code: MUS 232

Music History III
A study of historical developments of music during the Romantic and Contemporary periods, as well as the beginning of the twenty-first century (2 semester hours) Class Code: MUS 331

Music Ministry in the Church
This course is an introduction to the basics of music, music history, congregational singing and conducting. It will also introduce methods of organizing and administering the gradedchoir system and other ensembles in the church, with the cooperation of the pastor and other personnel in the church. (3 semester hours) Class Code: MUS 265

Music Ministry Internship
The student is assigned to a qualified mentor, and actively participates in a supervised music ministry program. Prerequisites: All music theory, conducting, and music methods requirements met and Christian service requirements completed (4 semester hours) Class Code: MUS 490

Music of the Bible
This course is a survey of music in the Bible. Includes Hebrew and Greek word studies in music specifically taken from the Bible. Emphasis on the current usefulness of what the Word of God specifically teaches concerning music. Same course as BIB131. (3 semester hours) Class Code: MUS 131

Music Theory and Musicianship Skills I
This is a course designed to examine the various principles of part writing, ear training, and to give a general knowledge of harmonic analysis through figured bass. (3 semester hours) Class Code: MUS 221

Music Theory and Musicianship Skills II
This is a course designed to examine the various types of non-harmonic tones, acquaint the students with part-writing rule exceptions, and introduce them to secondary dominant chords. Prerequisite: MUS 221 (3 semester hours) Class Code: MUS 222

Music Theory and Musicianship Skills III
Continuation of the study of practices which will enhance the harmonic vocabulary in the use of borrowed and secondary dominant chords. Application of analysis, form, and part writing. Aural recognition will be used of the above study. (3 semester hours) Class Code: MUS 321

Music Theory and Musicianship Skills IV
Full score analysis with studies in 6th, neapolitan 6th, altered 9th, 11th, and 13th chords. Aural recognition of the above study will be used. (3 semester hours) Class Code: MUS 322