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MUM2009 Music Business 2

This course is a project-based review of career options in the Music Industry. Topics discussed include promotion, marketing, distribution, music publishing, music engineering, the local music industry, radio and television, film scoring, advertising, teaching as a business, music merchandising, arts administration, working in the national and international scene, live performance, and recording agreements, with emphasis on the evolving trends in the industry. Students will develop a written business plan for their own music business enterprise, write their resumes and interact with industry professionals.

Terms Typically Offered: Spring
Credits: 3.00

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