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  • College of Communication and Fine Arts - UGCatalog - University of Memphis
    books and food Give to UofM Your gift to the Parent Fund makes the UofM a better place Most proud of my accomplishment of graduating with a degree in accounting in three years with Summa Cum Laude and Honors READ MORE fa fa angle right Join Now Be True Blue and join the Alumni Association Update Your Information Receive University updates and the Memphis magazine Clubs and Chapters Get involved and stay connected to the UofM Make a Gift Your contribution can make a difference Lambuth Chapter Lambuth Graduates Reconnect with fellow alumni Upcoming Events Mark your calendar for these upcoming events Photo Gallery View annual collections of the Alumni Association Photo Gallery News Stay up to date with Memphis Matters Most proud of my accomplishment of graduating with a degree in accounting in three years with Summa Cum Laude and Honors READ MORE fa fa angle right Veterans Resource Center Supporting the transition from military life to civilian life Veterans Benefits and Certifications Learn about Veterans Educational Benefits and Certifications Get Credits Toward your Degree Receive college credit for military experience skills and training Online Degree Programs Top provider of more than 50 online degree programs See his story Vietnam veteran Michael Sasseen completed his degree by earning Experiential Learning Credit ELC from his past experiences authoring a book and working with war veterans with PTSD Undergraduate Catalog About Admissions College Degree Programs Planning Faculty Staff Archives College Programs College of Arts and Sciences Fogelman College of Business and Economics College of Communication and Fine Arts College of Education School of Health Studies Herff College of Engineering School of Communication Sciences and Disorders Loewenberg School of Nursing University College Kemmons Wilson School of Hospitality and Resort Management Independent Programs Home UGCatalog College Programs College of Communication and Fine Arts RICHARD R RANTA Ph D Dean Room 232 Communication Fine Arts Building 901 678 2350 http ccfa memphis edu The College of Communication and Fine Arts has four primary functions First it offers courses of study aimed at preparing its students to work toward careers in the fine or applied arts communications or the performing arts whether as practitioners teachers artists or consultants Second the college affords broad exposure and instruction in fine arts and communication to students of other colleges in the university whose degree programs may be enhanced by such exposure Third with a view toward individual professional growth as well as general cultural enhancement the college vigorously promotes both scholarly research and artistic production on the part of its faculty Finally the college seeks to enrich the cultural atmosphere of both the university and the community at large through a continuing variety of public programs to include art exhibitions media presentations dramatic productions concerts recitals lectures seminars debates workshops festivals and the like Through the diversity of these constituent elements the college reflects the unity and challenge facing the communicative artist and scholar Ultimately it is our goal to foster a more intense and profound awareness of

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  • Architecture - UGCatalog - University of Memphis
    providing services to the citizens of the region and to expand opportunities for Architecture and Interior Design students by bringing them together with faculty and students in the City Planning Real Estate Development and other programs to address public issues support stable and sustainable neighborhoods and develop community visions throughout the region The Bachelor of Fine Arts with a major in Architecture is a pre professional degree At the University of Memphis the professional degree in Architecture is the Master of Architecture degree See the Graduate Catalog for details NOTE Before enrolling in any Architecture course all applicants seeking admission to the B F A with a major in Architecture must complete and submit to the Department of Architecture an application form a writing assignment and a portfolio of five representative works These three components comprise the Incoming Evaluation for Architecture and will be reviewed by a faculty committee Applicants are accepted on the basis of potential in the field of architecture After review the department notifies the student of one of the following 1 acceptance 2 one semester acceptance on a probationary basis 3 recommendation to correct the deficiencies and reapply or 4 denial of admission Permission to enroll in any Architecture courses for which a permit is required beyond first semester first year is based upon this review Contact the Department of Architecture for details and deadline Students transferring from another major or another institution who intend to pursue a B F A degree with a major in Architecture must complete the Department of Architecture Incoming Evaluation prior to enrolling in Architecture courses Transfer students seeking advanced standing in the Architecture major should submit a portfolio of work representing previously completed Architecture studio work The review committee will determine if the portfolio work is equivalent to comparable courses at the University of Memphis Placement in the major is dependent upon the review Even if admitted to advanced standing the student may be required to remedy previous course deficiencies A University General Education Program 41 hours See Graduation from the University for the University General Education Program requirements Note the following are specified by the department for this program Mathematics MATH 1730 or 1830 Social Behavioral Sciences ANTH 1200 and SOCI 1010 Natural Science PHYS 2010 2011 and ESCI 1010 1020 or 1040 plus labs Humanities ARTH 2010 and 2020 History HIST 1110 and 1120 B The Major 87 hours 1 Major Foundation Core 32 hours ARCH 1111 1112 1113 1120 1211 2212 2411 2412 2611 2711 2 The Major Entrance Completion of Major Core 32 hours Candidacy Review and Portfolio Requirements A Candidacy Review is required of all students intending to major in Architecture Admission to the University of Memphis and completion of the major core do not guarantee placement in the program Admission is selective and is based on a portfolio evaluation reflecting professional standards and expectations of the major A portfolio that includes but is not limited to works from the major core courses is required

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  • Art - UGCatalog - University of Memphis
    Major 79 hours 1 Major Core Foundation in Art 12 hours ART 1210 1215 1311 1314 2 Concentrations Art majors must be formally accepted into a concentration Admission to the University and completion of foundation art courses do not guarantee placement in a concentration Admission is selective and is based on a portfolio evaluation that reflects professional standards and meets concentration expectations Space availability may also affect admission decisions A concentration entrance application and a portfolio should be submitted upon completion of foundation courses ART 1210 1215 1311 1314 plus additional concentration specific courses see concentration areas for these courses The portfolio includes but is not limited to artwork from these courses Guidelines and application forms for concentration admission are available in the department office and from faculty advisors Consultation with a faculty adviser is recommended before or during portfolio preparation Transfer students must meet concentration entrance requirements After review the department notifies the student of one of the following 1 acceptance 2 one semester acceptance on a probationary basis 3 recommendation to correct deficiencies and reapply 4 recommendation to pursue studies in another area of art or 5 denial of admission a Art Education 67 hours 1 Entrance 15 hours ART 3313 3411 2351 2511 and 2523 Students may submit portfolios for review no earlier than the semester that the entrance requirements are being completed 2 Art History 3 hours 2 upper division art history courses Undergraduates in art education will need to take the following art history classes ARTH 2010 3 ARTH 2020 3 counted for General Education Program and ARTH elective 3 3 Completion of Concentration 43 hours ART 3423 4321 4427 4441 EDPR 2111 ICL 3333 SPED 2000 ART 4912 9 ART 4430 4440 4441 4914 5 4 Art Electives 6 hours A studio specialty of three or four courses in the same field is also required see adviser for details All required 2000 level art courses must be completed before enrollment in 4000 level studio classes Art electives complete the 79 semester hours of professional course work Note See the introduction to the College of Communication and Fine Arts requirements at the Teacher Preparation section b Studio Arts 72 hours The four fields are interdependent and share the following requirements 1 Entrance 9 hours Three courses selected from ART 2301 2331 2351 2511 2523 2701 Students may submit portfolios for review no earlier than the semester that the entrance requirements are being completed 2 Art History 6 hours ARTH 4155 or 4157 plus 3 hours in upper division art history courses 3 Completion of Concentration 46 hours Remaining lower division courses see Entrance plus upper division studio courses ART 3313 3314 4650 4990 4995 4622 1 and 8 other courses from Ceramics ART 3522 3524 4521 4522 Painting ART 3332 4321 4322 4331 4332 Printmaking ART 2352 3351 3352 4351 4352 4353 4354 Sculpture ART 3511 3512 4511 4512 Independent Studies ART 4621 All 2000 level art courses must be completed before enrollment in 4000

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  • Art History - UGCatalog - University of Memphis
    2020 and 2030 see concentration requirements for specific selection nine courses selected from the ARTH 4000 level series see concentration requirements for specific selections and ARTH 4195 A minimum of 6 hours of studio art is also required Students will select one of the following concentrations 1 African Diaspora Arts and Visual Culture African Diaspora Arts and Visual Culture is an interdisciplinary area of concentration within the B A in Art History Its mission is to introduce students to the theoretical frameworks and methodologies for approaching the study of the diverse arts and visual cultures of peoples of African descent Art and visual culture are examined in relation to the broader African diaspora whereby students acquire analytical skills that enhance their understanding of historical and contemporary issues from a global perspective Students supplement the Art History curriculum with courses drawn from a variety of disciplines The program objectives for the concentration in African Diaspora Arts and Visual Culture emphasize research employing original sources the ability to think and read critically the skill of writing meaningfully and the application of acquired knowledge in the context of cultural institutions such as museums galleries and historical sites Within the requirements for the major in Art History students in this concentration need to complete ARTH 2020 2030 4184 4185 4186 4187 and two courses from ARTH 4381 4386 4660 or 4662 In addition to 9 hours ARTH 4000 level series students need to take two courses outside of the Department of Art selected from the following ANTH 4120 ENGL 3325 3326 4373 HIST 4051 4222 4288 4879 SOCI 4420 4904 4905 2 Ancient Egyptian Art and Culture The study of Ancient Egyptian art is by its very nature interdisciplinary combing elements of visual analysis and art historical methods with textual evidence and archaeological and epigraphic fieldwork This concentration will introduce students at the undergraduate level to various aspects of ancient Egyptian culture focusing primarily on its art and its language and literature The Egyptian objects currently in the collection of the Institute of Egyptian Art Archaeology both on display and in storage provide an invaluable asset to this program and will greatly enhance the students learning experience Within the requirements for the major in Art History students in this concentration need to complete ARTH 2010 2030 4112 4113 two courses of ARTH 4197 two semesters of hieroglyphs and two courses selected from ARTH 4119 4121 4123 4124 4125 or 4183 In addition to 9 hours ARTH 4000 level series students need to take two courses outside of the Department of Art including HIST 4323 plus one of the following ANTH 3300 ANTH 4352 ESCI 4352 HIST 3320 4068 4320 4321 4322 JDST 4841 ANTH 4841 ESCI 4841 Note Two semesters of hieroglyphs arranged as ARTH 4197 must be taken during the student s final year of study and do not meet the Foreign Language requirement for the B A Students in this concentration are encouraged to take either French or German to meet their

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  • Communication - UGCatalog - University of Memphis
    of media forms on communication processes A University General Education Program 41 hours See Graduation from the University for the University General Education Program requirements B Bachelor of Arts B A 12 16 hours The Bachelor of Arts requirements are in addition to the University General Education Program requirements C The Major 33 37 hours 1 Major Core 6 hours All students must take COMM 2100 and 2381 included in the University General Education Program A 2 0 cumulative GPA is required for all courses completed in the major In addition all students must fulfill the requirements for one of the following concentrations 2 Concentrations 27 31hours a Communication Studies 31 hours COMM 2101 3001 3100 3330 4381 PLUS three courses from ONE of the following Focus Areas Organizing Relating COMM 3322 3341 4011 4012 4014 4340 4341 4342 4363 4373 4375 4380 Rhetoric Political Communication COMM 3321 3322 3341 3360 3361 4013 4340 4360 4364 4365 4380 or Media Culture COMM 1851 3003 3322 3800 3820 3821 4014 4811 4850 4851 4853 4854 4856 4858 PLUS 6 additional hours of COMM electives b Film and Video Production 27 29 hours COMM 3823 3824 3842 three of 4822 4824 4825 4841 4842 4891 4960 or 4970 two of Selection may not include course used to satisfy core COMM 3003 4220 29 4850 4851 4853 4854 4856 or 4858 D Electives 12 20 hours Completion of courses to bring the total to 120 semester hours E Honors Program To be eligible for admission to the Communication Honors program a student must meet the following requirements 1 declare a major in Communication 2 have completed 12 hours of Communication coursework 3 have Department of Communication faculty member as an adviser and 4 make an honors application to the adviser Applications may be obtained from the director of the honors program or from the department office To be awarded departmental honors at graduation with the designation With Honors in Communication a student must fulfill the following requirements 1 maintain a 3 5 GPA in communication coursework 2 maintain a 3 5 GPA overall 3 complete all Department of Communication major requirements 4 complete an independent thesis or an independent film video project sponsored by a Department of Communication faculty member consisting of six hours over two semesters three hours in research preparation COMM 3330 4381 or 4891 and three hours in completing the thesis project COMM 4999 and 5 successful defense of the thesis Communication Minor Any student wishing to minor in any area in the Department of Communication should see the department chair who will assign an appropriate advisor The minor must consist of at least 18 hours of approved coursework 9 of which must be upper division Coursework for all minors will be determined by the student in conference with the advisor with the approval of the department chair Typical 4 Year Film and Video Production Concentration Sequence Freshman Year ENGL 1010 3 COMM conc elective 3 Elective 3 ENGL 1020

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  • Interior Design - UGCatalog - University of Memphis
    which students gain valuable professional experience while providing services to the citizens of the region and to expand opportunities for Architecture and Interior Design students by bringing them together with faculty and students in the City Planning Real Estate Development and other programs to address public issues support stable and sustainable neighborhoods and develop community visions throughout the region The Bachelor of Fine Arts with a major in Interior Design is a professional degree and is fully accredited by the Council for Interior Design Accreditation CIDA NOTE Before enrolling in any Architecture or Interior Design course all applicants seeking admission to the B F A with a major in Interior design must complete and submit to the Department of Architecture an application form a writing assignment and a portfolio of five representative works These three components comprise the Incoming Evaluation for Interior Design and will be reviewed by a faculty committee Applicants are accepted on the basis of potential in the field of interior design After review the department notifies the student of one of the following 1 acceptance 2 one semester acceptance on a probationary basis 3 recommendation to correct the deficiencies and reapply or 4 denial of admission Permission to enroll in any Architecture or Interior Design courses for which a permit is required beyond first semester first year is based upon this review Contact the Department of Architecture for details and deadline Students transferring from another major or another institution who intend to pursue a B F A degree with a major in Interior Design must complete the Department of Architecture Incoming Evaluation prior to enrolling in Architecture or Interior Design courses Transfer students seeking advanced standing in the Interior Design major should submit a portfolio of work representing previously completed Interior Design studio work The review committee will determine if the portfolio work in equivalent to comparable courses at the University of Memphis Placement in the major is dependent upon the review Even if admitted to advanced standing the student may be required to remedy previous course deficiencies A University General Education Program 41 hours See Graduation from the University for the University General Education Program requirements Note the following are specified by the department for this program Social Behavioral Sciences ANTH 1200 and SOCI 1010 Natural Science ESCI 1010 1020 or 1040 plus lab Humanities ARTH 2010 and 2020 History HIST 1110 and 1120 Mathematics MATH 1710 B The Major 79 hours 1 Major Foundations Core 30 hours ARCH 1111 1112 1113 1120 1211 2212 2611 IDES 1110 2470 2711 2 The Major Entrance Completion of Major Foundations Core 30 hours Candidacy Review and Portfolio Requirements a Candidacy Review is required of all students intending to major in Interior Design Admission to the University of Memphis and completion of the major core do not guarantee placement in the program Admission is selective and is based on a portfolio evaluation reflecting professional standards and expectations of the major A portfolio that includes but is not limited

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  • Journalism - UGCatalog - University of Memphis
    program Additionally students must have a 2 0 grade point average in journalism classes to graduate Students majoring in journalism may select only one concentration Of the 120 hours required for graduation 72 hours must be other than journalism or journalism skills related courses Twelve semester hours in a secondary area of emphasis outside the Department of Journalism approved by the student s advisor is recommended In order to be in compliance with the Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism and Mass Communications accreditation standards UofM will accept no more than 12 semester hours or the equivalent in journalism courses for transfer from community colleges to be applied toward the degree Portfolio requirement All undergraduate students are required to develop and maintain an active portfolio of their work Students are to begin the portfolio in JOUR 2121 and contribute to it during every skills course thereafter The portfolio should contain samples of the student s work from their courses and or professional experience and should develop as the student builds skills Portfolios will undergo a final review while students are enrolled in the capstone course for their concentration Journalism Major B A A University General Education Program 41 hours See Graduation from the University for the University General Education Program requirements B Bachelor of Arts B A 12 16 hours The Bachelor of Arts requirements are in addition to the University General Education Program requirements Students must take at least 42 hours but may not exceed 48 hours of journalism C The Major 42 48 hours 1 Major Core 18 hours Completion of JOUR 1700 1750 2121 3900 4700 and one of the following JOUR 4702 4708 or 4716 2 Concentrations 24 30 hours a Advertising 24 journalism and 6 non journalism hours JOUR 3300 3324 4326 4327 4328 4900 JOUR 3400 or 4930 and one journalism elective MKTG 3010 3012 b News 24 hours JOUR 3120 3526 4120 4500 4998 and three of the following 3130 3140 3150 3160 4100 4124 4140 4526 4629 4639 4550 4560 4910 4920 and 4930 c Public Relations 24 journalism and 6 non journalism hours JOUR 3400 3409 3421 4410 4440 JOUR 3120 or 3130 JOUR 3300 4930 or 4500 and one journalism elective MGMT 3110 MKTG 3010 D Electives 13 hours Completion of courses to bring the total to 120 semester hours Journalism Minor Any student wishing to minor in any area in the department of Journalism should see the department chair who will assign an appropriate advisor The minor must consist of at least 18 hours of approved coursework 9 of which must be upper division Coursework for all minors will be determined by the student in conference with the advisor with the approval of the department chair Typical 4 Year Advertising Concentration Sequence Freshman Year JOUR 1700 3 JOUR 2121 3 JOUR 1750 3 JOUR 3900 3 Foreign Language B A 3 Foreign Language B A 3 Social Behavioral Sciences 3 Humanities Fine Arts 3 ENGL 1010 3 ENGL 1020

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  • Music - UGCatalog - University of Memphis
    hours chosen from MUHL 4500 String Repertory MUAP 4004 2 Orchestral Excerpts MUHL 4008 The Symphony MUHL 4022 Early Chamber Music MUHL 4011 String Quartet Literature MUSE 4506 Introduction to Suzuki Talent Education for Strings and or up to 2 hours of an approved secondary string instrument For guitar MUHL 4015 3 Guitar Literature and MUSE 4251 3 Guitar Pedagogy For voice MUSE 4523 2 Vocal Pedagogy MUHL 4002 2 Song Repertory I and MUHL 4003 2 Song Repertory II For piano MUHL 4001 2 Piano Repertory MUSE 4501 2 Piano Pedagogy I and MUSE 4505 2 Collaborative Piano Techniques Junior Recital 1 hour MUAP 4999 Artist Recital 4 hours Small Ensembles 4 6 hours Four semesters of small ensembles chosen from those listed under Small Ensembles and Chamber Music in consultation with the major advisor is required Piano and Harpsichord performance students must take a minimum of four 4 semesters of MUAP 3301 Chamber Music for Keyboard as part of the music core requirements for ensembles For students in voice MUSE 4211 Vocal Diction I 2 MUSE 4212 Vocal Diction II 2 and a demonstrated proficiency equivalent to the first semester university level courses in French German and Italian For Piano and Harpsichord performance students the following is to be taken in lieu of the four hours of class piano Functional Keyboard Skills 1 secondary keyboard instrument two semesters of one credit each 2 and one music elective 1 Music Electives as needed to satisfy 120 hours degree requirement d Composition Individual instruction in applied music to include two semesters of piano 8 MUTC 2501 Composition 3 MUTC 2502 Composition minimum two semesters 6 MUTC 4501 Composition minimum three semesters 9 MUTC 4511 Intermediate Electronic Music 2 MUTC 4512 Advanced Electronic Music 2 Choose one of the following courses MUTC 4205 Sixteenth Century Counterpoint 2 or MUTC 4206 Eighteenth Century Counterpoint 2 MUTC 4209 Advanced Orchestration 3 MUTC 4102 Compositional Processes of the 20th Century 3 MUTC 4599 Senior Composition Recital 3 e Music History Individual instruction in applied music 10 MUHL 4259 Studies in Bibliography 3 Electives 11 Advanced Music History 9 Foreign Language 6 semester hours in addition to requirements for admission 6 MUHL 4999 Senior Project in Music History 3 f Music Education 47 48 hours Core 32 hours ICL 3333 Assessment and Decision Making 3 ICL 4914 Teaching All Learners Residency I 5 ICL 4800 Professional Seminar 3 EDPR 2111 Development Across the Life Span 3 MUSE 2002 Foundations of Music Education 3 MUAP 3999 Junior Recital 1 SPED 2000 Intro to Exceptional Learners 3 MUSE 4911 Residency II 9 MUSE 4213 Materials and Methods of Elementary Music 3 Instrumental Emphasis 22 hours MUSE 1101 Class Instruction in Brass Instruments 1 MUSE 1103 Class Instruction in Percussion Methods 1 MUSE 1104 Class Instruction in Woodwind Instruments 1 MUSE 1116 Class Instruction in Stringed Instruments 1 MUSE 4205 Marching Band Techniques 1 MUSE 4403 Materials and Methods in Instrumental Music 6 12 3 MUSE 4700 Instrumental Conducting 2 Applied Music at least 2 hours at the upper division level 12 Choral Emphasis 21 hours MUSE 1112 Class Instruction in Voice 1 or MUAP 1610 Applied Voice 1 Not required of students enrolled in applied voice MUAP 2108 Class Piano IV MUSE 4211 Vocal Diction I 2 MUSE 4701 Choral Conducting 2 Applied Music at least 2 hours at the upper division level 12 MUSE 4405 Materials and Methods of Choral Music 7 12 3 C Electives 0 12 hours Completion of elective courses to bring the total to a minimum of 120 semester hours 124 or 125 for students in the Music Education concentration depending on emphasis Courses will be chosen by the student in consultation with the advisor and major professor Music Minor Students wishing to minor in music should contact the School of Music Audition Coordinator to declare Music as their minor and schedule appropriate placement test The minor in Music consists of 21 credit hours and is available to any student who completes the following requirements Applied Music individual instruction 4 hours 2 semesters appropriate ensembles 2 hours MUTC 1008 and MUTC 1009 6 hours choose one from MUHL 3301 3302 3303 3 hours upper division electives 6 hours In addition all music minors are required to attend a minimum of 25 concerts or recitals Typical 4 Year Jazz and Studio Performance Concentration Sequence Freshman Year ENGL 1010 3 ENGL 1020 3 Social Behavioral Sciences 3 Social Behavioral Sciences 3 MUTC 1008 3 MUTC 1009 3 MUTC 1010 1 MUTC 1011 1 MUAP 1105 1 MUAP 1106 1 MUAP applied music 2 MUAP applied music 2 MUAP 3012 3 1 MUAP 3012 3 1 MUID 1001 1 MUAP 1116 1 Semester Totals 15 hrs 15 hrs Sophomore Year History 3 MATH 3 MUTC 2008 3 History 3 MUTC 2010 1 MUAP 3103 1 MUAP applied music 2 MUTC 3008 3 MUTC 3825 3 MUTC 3009 1 MUTC 2103 3 MUTC 3201 3 MUAP 3012 3 1 MUAP applied music 2 MUAP 3103 1 MUAP 3012 3 1 Semester Totals 17 hrs 17 hrs Junior Year Natural Science 4 Natural Sciences 4 MUSE 3700 2 MUAP 3103 1 MUAP 3103 1 MUHL 3303 3 MUTC 3826 3 MUAP 2nd instrument 1 COMM 2381 3 MUAP 3012 3 1 MUAP applied music 2 Elective 2 MUAP 3012 3 1 ENGL 2201 or 2202 3 Semester Totals 16 hrs 15 hrs Senior Year MUID 3827 3 Elective 3 Music elective 3 MUAP 4895 3 MUAP 3103 1 MUHL 4806 3 MUAP 3012 3 1 MUAP 4xx2 2 MUAP 4xx2 2 MUAP 3012 3 1 MUHL elective 3 Semester Totals 13 hrs 12 hrs Total Hours 120 Total Hours Required for Graduation 120 Must satisfy University General Education Program Requirement Typical 4 Year Jazz Composition and Arranging Concentration Sequence Freshman Year ENGL 1010 3 ENGL 1020 3 Social Behavioral Sciences 3 Social Behavioral Sciences 3 MUTC 1008 3 MUTC 1009 3 MUTC 1010 1 MUTC 1011 1

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