Music & Entertainment Industries: Curricula

2018/2019 Expert in Residence, Mark Robinson of 300 Entertainment, receives thanks from Dr. Steve Marcone (L) and Professor David Kirk Philp.

At the end of the sophomore year or, in the case of a transfer student, when a student completes MUSI 1400 (Survey of the Music & Entertainment Industry) and one additional three credit Music Management course, a review of the student's academic record will be made by the faculty of the program. A student who has earned a 3.0 GPA in the two Music Management coureses and an overall 2.5 GPA will be permitted to continue in the Music Management sequence. If either of those requirements is not met, the faculty may recommend that the student not be admitted to additional Music Management courses or may be permitted to enroll in one additional three-credit Music Management course to determine acceptability. The 2.5 cumulative GPA with a 3.0 GPA in ALL music courses should be maintained throughout the program.

For curriculum information please click on one of the degree programs listed below: