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The MCC Music Business program offers students the opportunity to obtain relevant and up-to-the-minute knowledge of the Music Industry; through the study, production, marketing and management of commercial music projects and events. The program is designed to provide real-world, hands-on learning, which helps students foster a strategic and creative understanding of commercial music as both an art and a profession.
This program is offered for both the performing artist, as well as the business student with limited performing experience.
Students have the option to take individual classes or to pursue a 2-year Associate of Applied Science degree or a Certificate of Completion degree in Music Business or Live Performance Disc Jockey Techniques.
Classes are offered Fall, Spring and Summer Semesters in Online, Hybrid, Open Entry/Open Exit and In-person formats.
MCC Music Business students can now learn about Event Production and Promotion and Venue Management with on-campus internships at the Performing Arts Center. The PAC at Mesa Community College is now offering multiple internship opportunities in Event Production, Box Office and Venue Management. Interns may work on a flexible, part-time basis (5-20 hours per week) or may opt to work on just one or multiple events. See details here: https://www.facebook.com/mesacommercialmusic
Earn while you Learn! Music students are now able to earn college credit towards a Music Business degree or certificate while participating in the Disney College Program internship. Learn more here.
The MCC Music Business program now offers an AAS degree (Associate of Applied Science) and a CCL (Certificate of Completion) in Professional Disc Jockey Techniques. Get information here. Learn more about Gainful Employment for the CCL in Disc Jockey Techniques here.
Learn to be a Music Producer! The MCC Music Business program is offering classes in how to be a professional music producer. Get information here.
Get advanced training for the Music Industry. Check out these specialized classes taught by music industry insiders. Get more information:
The MCC Music Business program regularly hosts industry events and Guest Lectures. Topics for Guest Lectures include becoming a successful recording studio engineer, owning your own publishing company, getting your music placed in Film and TV and the finer points of contract negotiations. See a list of recent and upcoming Guest Lectures here.
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