Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)
The Music Business (MBU) major develops knowledge and skills in a variety of areas such as record company operations, music publishing, artist management, marketing, public relations, merchandising, and music production.
- Choose the business emphasis and prepare for a broad range of managerial and marketing careers in the entertainment and music industries.
- Choose the production emphasis and master the skills necessary for a career in the development of music for the entertainment and music industries.
Music Business Minor
The Music Business minor is designed to expose students to a smaller amount of industry skills and knowledge. The minor consists of 18 credit hours, or six courses, that give a brief introduction to the industry. Students will explore subjects including: copyright law, publishing, and and three elective courses. These elective course can be chosen from Business courses, Music Business courses, or Audio Engineering Technology courses. Given the course progression, this minor would typically take a minimum of three semesters to complete. The Music Business minor is designed to allow students to gain knowledge about the music industry and also allows room for a credited internship.
Masters in Business Administration (MBA)
Belmont University offers an elective track specialization in Entertainment and Music Business, in the Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) degree. Students in this elective track specialization option within the M.B.A. degree program should refer to the Graduate Studies in Business bulletin pages for requirements and policies.
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