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Read more. The prestigious Loyola Music Industry Studies program teaches students exactly how each component of the music industry works. Here you learn: recording, management, event production, marketing, publishing, distribution, aspect of entertainment law and more. Be coached by professional artists to perform for adoring fans. Make your own masterpieces, or record legendary studio sessions.
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Loyola is a music conservatory, an art gallery, and a recording studio. It's a coffee shop where artists meet, collaborate, and influence each others' work. So perform. Find yourself part of an inspired ensemble of artists and musicians. Undergraduate Programs. Graduate Programs. Online Programs. Learn theory, perform, compose, and promote wellness through music; train for the professional theatre, focusing on acting, vocal performance, and dance. In every program, Loyola students achieve.
Our programs can teach you the business of music and how to properly capture and share your sound—and the sounds of others—with the world while still pushing you to sharpen your musical ability. If you have a passion for the business of creating music, Loyola's Bachelor of Arts in Music Industry Studies is the perfect degree for you. With an option for specialization, this degree offers students the flexibility to pursue their area of interest within the cultural economy. Students may select a specialization track of 12 credits in consultation with their major advisor. Choose from these recommended specializations:. With the flexibility of this degree, you can also easily add a business, design, or communications minor to your studies without having to complete additional coursework - creating even more opportunities to gain valuable skills and further your career goals. Bachelor of Arts in Music Industry Studies. Bachelor of Science in Music Industry Studies. Geared towards students with classical or jazz training, this program combines the rigor of a conservatory program ensembles, recitals, theory courses, music history, and private instruction with courses focused on music technology and the modern music industry. This minor program allows non-major Loyola students to learn more about key industry concepts such as production, technology, recording, management, event production, marketing, publishing, distribution, and legal issues.