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6 Questions To Ask When Considering A Career In "The New Music Business"

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A career in the Music Business

It's the stuff of which dreams are made

And now, because of some major restructuring, the Music Industry, which has been tightly controlled by record and radio conglomerates, is now opening to new, independent artists and businesses. Today, there is more opportunity for more people to enjoy a successful career in the Music Business than ever before. 

But, the road to success is not any easier. To work in the Music Industry today, you will need to be better than ever. To prepare, begin with a quality education - one in which you study the liberal arts. This type ef education teaches you how to think, analyze and plan - skills that allow you to build not only a quality career, but also a quality life. Then, the best education for you ought to also include specific instruction in your career choice. All of this is exactly what we offer.

Different degrees for different careers...


If you are an "artistic" person, interested in a career as possibly a live performer, studio musician, songwriter, recording engineer or worship leader, then our Bachelor of Arts in Music Business or the Bachelor of Science in Music Business are for you. These programs feature courses in musical development - a key ingredient now recognized as critical to your long-term success - along with general business courses and Music Business core courses. Then, to give you the "edge" in your career preparation, we've added advanced study for you in either:

     Live Performance

     Recording

     Songwriting

     Worship Leadership

 

 

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One exciting new addition to Music Business at DBU is GRAMMY UNIVERSITY NETWORK. This is a unique organization created by the Recording Academy (producers of the Grammy Awards) specifically for college students pursuing a career in Music Business. The advantage of GRAMMY U is that it helps us prepare you for your career by providing "out of the classroom" experiences such as networking with industry professionals (including major celebrities), educational programs presented by industry experts and performance opportunities.

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According to Paul McCartney, even the Beatles "... were pretty neatly ripped off because they didn't know anything about the business."

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Listen to original songs written and performed by DBU Music Business Songwriters and recorded by DBU Music Business Recording Engineers.

Dr. Terry Fansler, Director of Studies in Music Business

Dr. Fansler is uniquely qualified to direct the Institute of Music Business. In addition to holding academic degrees in vocal performance and musicology, he spent 15 years in the entertainment business as a professional musical entertainer and producer.

For more information:
E-mail Dr. Fansler or
Call (214) 333-5316

Dr. Terry Fansler
Institute of Music Business
Dallas Baptist University
3000 Mountain Creek Parkway
Dallas, TX 75211-9215 

 


 

 

 
 
 

 

 
 
 
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