The immersion in music offers courses in the history, theory, and practice of music. Students with a background in music and/or a genuine desire to know more about the subject will have the opportunity to expand their knowledge of various theoretical and historical aspects, as well as participate in performing groups at RIT.
|Choose three of the following:|
|FNRT-252||RIT Concert Band†|
|FNRT-253||World Music Ensemble†|
|FNRT-255||RIT Chamber Orchestra†|
|FNRT-254||RIT Jazz Ensemble†|
|FNRT-201||Music in the United States|
|FNRT-202||Studies in World Music|
|FNRT-203||American Popular and Rock Music|
|FNRT-204||Music and the Stage|
|FNRT-205||Music Theory I|
|FNRT-210||Bach, Handel, and the Baroque|
|FNRT-211||Era of Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven|
|FNRT-320||Romanticism in Music|
|FNRT-321||Music Since 1900|
|FNRT-322||Survey of Jazz|
|FNRT-323||Survey of African American Music|
|FNRT-324||Sounds of Protest|
|FNRT-325||American Popular Song|
|FNRT-327||The American Musical Theater|
|FNRT-485||Music Theory 2|
* At least one course must be at the 300 level or above.
† Each of these ensembles is one semester credit hour. Three semesters of participation are required to complete one immersion course.