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2022-2023 Undergraduate Catalog 
2022-2023 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED BULLETIN]

COM 301P - Songwriting Workshop IV

2 credit(s) High Impact Practice: Collaborative Learning
This course is the fourth and final in a sequence of 4 courses designed as group lessons. Students meet with a faculty member having specialized training and experience in popular songwriting. Concepts and practical application of skills introduced and honed in the first three courses of the sequence will continue to be nurtured with a keen focus on the ongoing development and maturation of one’s craft and individual voice. Students will be supported and challenged to take personal artistic risks as they continue to uncover what lies at the core of their philosophy and individuality as a songwriter. COM 301P also functions as preparation for the final two semesters in the program when private lessons (COM 410P  and COM 411P  ) are taken, when students are challenged to further concretize and polish their personal vision and individual voice as a songwriter in pursuit of increasing professionalism in all aspects of their songwriting practice.
Prerequisite(s): COM 300P , composition major enrolled in the commercial music/songwriting emphasis, or music major with permission of instructor.

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