While the Music Business program at MCC is geared towards the development of Career and Technical expertise, students do have the option of transferring to a 4-year College or University to complete a Bachelor's degree.
Arizona State University: http://articulation.asu.edu/
Northern Arizona University: http://nau.edu/Admissions/Getting-Started/Requirements/Transfers/
University of Arizona: admissions.arizona.edu/transfer/ua-bridge
The state Course Equivalency Guide designates how a course transfers to Arizona State University, Northern Arizona University, and the University of Arizona from the Arizona public community colleges. Students who plan to transfer to a 4-year Bachelor's program should plan to work with an advisor, as early as possible, to be sure their selected courses will transfer. http://aztransmac2.asu.edu/cgi-bin/WebObjects/CEG
MCC Music Business students can and have transferred to a variety of out-of-state, 4-year Music Business & Music Technology programs including: Belmont, CSUN, NYU, Drexel, University of Colorado, McNalley Smith College of Music, Berklee College of Music, Middle Tennessee State University, Loyola and others. For a list of 4-year college Music Business programs, go to: meiea.org/member.schools.html
The MCC Music Business Program offers an innovative career and technical curriculum designed to prepare students for today’s music industry. Students can choose from several options for college completion including an Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Music Business, a Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Music Business and a CCL in Disc Jockey Techniques.
The Music Business CCL and AAS degree are designed for both the performing musician and the business student with limited performing experience. This program places a particular emphasis on business and marketing, along with music industry-related courses and hands-on experiences. The CCL in Disc Jockey Techniques is geared towards performance and technical skills acquisition in addition to self-promotion and marketing for DJs. Students must earn a grade of “C” or better in all courses within these programs to attain graduation. See the program check sheets:
Meet with Academic Advisor:
Advising Office, Main Campus, Southern and Dobson
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