The Music Department offers a minor in Music Industry Studies to undergraduate students majoring in other disciplines. The program is designed for students who wish to engage with and explore the theoretical and practical fundamentals of the music industry.
Students pursuing the minor in Music Industry Studies must complete a minimum of 18-19 credits by taking the classes listed below.
|MUH 1351||History and Styles of Rock and Roll||3|
|or MUH 1350||History of American Popular Music|
|MUA 2400||Survey of the Music Business||3|
|MUA 3500||Music IP and Stakeholders||3|
|ECO 2010||Principles of Microeconomics||4|
|Select two or more of the following (to reach a minimum of 18 credits):||5-6|
|Marketing and Artist Management in Music|
|Music Entrepreneurship and Leadership|
|Strategy and Organization in Music|
|Music Industry Seminar|
|Principles of Theatre Management|
|Theatre Management: Patron Services and Development|
|Additionally, students may elect any course in MUP, MUA, MUT, or MUH to meet the elective requirements.|