Music & Entertainment Industry Learning Community

You should live in this community if you are a declared Music, Commercial Music, Music Education or Entertainment Industries & Technology major. Join this community to foster your creativity, discover the importance of cross disciplinary collaboration and prepare for a fulfilling career. This community is historically located in Dahl Hall.

Learning Community Required Common Courses

Fall

All Students

  • FYE 101: First Year Experience (1 credit)

Entertainment Industry & Technologies Majors

  • EIT 160: Introduction to the Entertainment Industry (3 credits)
  • HUM 101: Humanities Through the Arts (3 credits)

Theatre, Acting & Musical Theatre Majors

  • THTR 102: First Year Seminar (1 credit)
  • THTR 230: Acting 1: Principles (3 credits)
  • THTR 255: Stagecraft (3 credits)

Commercial Music, General Music and Music Education Majors

  • MUS 107A: Music Theory I (3 credits)
  • MUS 328: Ensemble Performance (1 credit)

Spring

Entertainment Industry & Technologies Majors

  • EIT 261: Legal & Ethical Issues in Entertainment (3 credits)

Theatre, Acting & Musical Theatre Majors

  • THTR 255: Stagecraft (3 credits)
  • THTR 430: Acting Styles (3 credits)

Commercial Music, General Music and Music Education Majors

  • MUS 107B: Aural Skills I (1 credit)
  • MUS 108A: Music Theory II (3 credits)

As a member of the learning community, you will...

  • live with other students who have declared Graphic Communication, Music or Entertainment Industry as a major.
  • take at least two classes with students who live on your floor.
  • have a Dragon Mentor dedicated to providing you with various opportunities for career exploration and support.
  • be exposed to career options that can be attained with each degree and learn the importance of cross collaboration between departments.
  • have the convenience of organizing meeting times for group projects since you live on the same floor.
  • have the opportunity to attend events with faculty members on campus and within the community.