About the Course
Total Credit hours : 20
3 Months Program
Weekly Class 1 per week
This course has been developed to provide students with the latest instruction on the best way for creators, consumers, and facilitators to navigate the resurgence of one of the world’s most exciting industries: the music business. Three things are clear about today’s music industry: The consumption of music is expanding at the greatest rate in history and from the most portals ever imagined, the cost of producing music is decreasing, and the number of artists creating and seeking to expose their work and develop careers through the Internet has increased dramatically. Whether you’re a music creator, consumer, or facilitator of this process, you’ll want to understand the history, underpinnings, and basics of the music business.
What you'll learn:
-- The basic history of the music industry and today's business trends
-- How recording agreements are formulated
-- The basics of copyright law as it pertains to the music business
-- The role of agents, managers, attorneys, and specific business entities and more, we are excited to have you on this Journey with us Heart Christian University / HBIU Syllabus
MB101 History of the Music Industry
MB102 Managers, Agents, and Attorneys MB103 Dimensional Success in Music industry
MB104 Digital Revolution MB105 Copyrights
Basic MBIO6 Money Matters in Music / Publishing / Streaming
MB107 Creativity in Content and Artistry
MB108 Building Your Image – Who Are You?
MB109 Producing the Record / Recording Agreement/
MB110 Marketing Music in the New Economy
MB111 Management Team
MB112 Today Music Business
MB 113 Elective Counseling those in the Entertainment Industry
Certification:Upon completing a Certificate in Music Business and Industry program, individuals will receive a certificate recognizing their expertise in music business and industry.
Career Opportunities:Graduates of these programs can pursue various career opportunities in the music business and entertainment industry, including:
Artist Manager: Representing and guiding the careers of musicians and artists.
Music Marketing Specialist: Creating and executing marketing campaigns for musicians and music-related products.
Music Publisher: Managing music publishing rights and licensing for artists and composers.
Record Label Assistant: Assisting in the operation and management of record labels.
Event Coordinator: Organizing and promoting music events, concerts, and festivals.
Music Entrepreneur: Starting and managing music-related businesses, such as music production studios, music promotion companies, or independent record labels.
Music Licensing Specialist: Facilitating the licensing of music for use in films, TV shows, commercials, and other media.Before enrolling in a Certificate in Music Business and Industry program, individuals should consider their career goals within the music industry and whether the program aligns with their aspirations.