This course is a continuation of MUSC 1230 that covers vocal technique, lyric diction, repertoire preparation, presentation and communication skills. Specific areas of focus and weekly/term goals are determined for each student individually as appropriate to vocal maturation and musical skill. This course also covers the components of good technique, and the development and understanding (conceptually, aurally & physically through mind, ear & body) of a common vocabulary of technical terms and their usage. Italian and English repertoire are assigned.
A substantive law course covering the law of contracts. Students study the function of contracts in today’s business world, following the life of a contract “from cradle to grave”. Topics include the concept and nature of contractual relationships, how contracts are entered into, circumstances affecting contract validity, and how a contractual relationship may end (and the potential consequences). Prerequisites: Legal administrative work experience, formal admission to the paralegal program, or previous legal coursework. Please note that a textbook may be required for this course. Please check the bookstore website at https:/// for textbook information and hours of operation.