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Music Industry Studies

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN MUSIC INDUSTRY STUDIES (124 hrs.)

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Freshman

   

F

S

MUIN

M100

Music Industry Forum

0

0

MUGN

M110

Introduction to Music Industry Studies

3

 

MUGN

M215

Music Technology

 

3

MUIN

M200

Music Publishing, Copyright, and Contracts

 

3

BA

B100

Introduction to Business

3

 

MATH

A115

Introduction to Finite Mathematics

 

3

MUGN

M105

Music Industry Musicianship

3

 

ENGL

T122

Critical Reading and Writing

 

3

Common Curriculum

 

6

6

     

15

15

Sophomore

       

MUIN

M100

Music Industry Forum

0

0

MUEN/PR

 

Ensemble or Class Voice, Guitar, Piano

1

 

MUIN

M200

Music Publishing, Copyright, and Contracts

 

3

MUGN

M250

Analog Recording and Live Sound

3

 

MUGN

M350

Digital Audio Production

 

3

LGST

B205

Legal Environment of Business

3

 

MKT

B280

Basic Marketing

 

3

ECON

B200

Principles of Microeconomics

3

 

ENGL

A306

Professional Writing (or equivalent)

3

 

CMMN

A100

Introduction to Mass Communications

3

 

CMMN

A260

Introduction to Layout and Design

 

3

Common Curriculum

 

0

3

     

16

15

Junior*

       

MUIN

M100

Music Industry Forum

0

0

MUIN

M250

Music Marketing and Promotion

3

 

MUIN

M350

Music Management and Concert Production

 

3

MUIN

M310

Music Finance

 

3

MUGN

M450

Multimedia Production

 

3

MU

 

Music Electives1

 

3

ACCT

B202

Financial Accounting Information

3

 

MGT

B345

Management and Organizational Behavior

3

 

Common Curriculum

 

6

6

     

15

18

Senior

       

MUIN

M100

Music Industry Forum

0

0

MUIN

M400

Music Industry Entrepreneurship

3

 

MUIN

M450

Music Industry Senior Seminar

 

3

MUGN

M408

Advanced Multimedia Production

3

 

MUIN

M475

Music Industry Internship2

 

3

General Electives

 

3

 

Common Curriculum

 

6

9

     

15

15

     

TOTAL: 124 cr. hrs.

1 Music electives selected in consultation with adviser.

2 To be completed during final semester on campus or no later than six months following completion of all coursework.

* Students in all tracks of the Music Industry Studies program must demonstrate a basic content knowledge and functional proficiency at the end of the sophomore year. Those who lack proficiency will be advised to do remedial work or pursue other academic alternatives prior to registering for 300 and 400 MUIN courses.

Competency at this "junior level" will be demonstrated by successfully completing all of the following:

1. C or better in all MUIN courses;

2. a comprehensive oral examination on content of the required courses (including Music Industry Forum) in the particular track as well as on opportunities and challenges in the evolving industry, together with reasonable and positive solutions; and

3. a well-written paper of 500 — 600 words that emphasizes the importance of ethics in the contemporary music industry.

Updated July 26, 2005