Clinical, hospital, and research laboratories utilize a variety of analytical instruments for biomedical research and diagnosis of diseases and conditions. MT 302 lecture will cover the theoretical principles of instrumental analysis; the MT 302 laboratory will cover the operational techniques of a variety of instruments, including practical aspects of spectral, electrochemical, chromatographic, colligative and nuclear instrumentation. Students are required to take both the lecture and the laboratory. Registration in MT 302 is limited to accepted majors of MT and BTE only. There is a fee associated with this class.
Explores the development of music theatre forms. Includes the contributions of composers, lyricists, and librettists, as well as cast members, directors, choreographers, and designers; and employs audio and video materials.