HEGIS Code: 0599.00
Inventory of Registered Program Code: 19036
The Business Management Program with concentrations in Audio Recording Technology, Business Management, Business Marketing, and Music Entertainment Industries, which leads to a Bachelor of Business Administration Degree (B.B.A.) is designed for students planning to pursue a career in business in a variety of roles including managers, coordinators, executives, in a assortment of industries including social media, record and music production, broadcasting, concert promotion, radio, television, theatre, and communications. The program is intended for students who are interested in developing their business and technical expertise.
In addition to the learning goals for each major area of concentration declared by business management students, learning goals for this program also focus upon accounting, advertising, business law, communications, economics, ethics, business technology, human resource management and finance.
Students in the Business Management Program select one of the following concentrations. The 24 credits in the selected concentration, together with the 30 credits in Liberal Arts/Common Core, 57 Business Specialty Courses, and 9 credits of Electives, constitute the 120-credit requirement for the Bachelor of Professional Studies or Bachelor of Business Administration in Business Management.
Music Entertainment Industry Studies Concentration Overview
The Music Entertainment Industry Studies Concentration at Five Towns College is designed for students interested in a career in a music-related business filed. Studies include the technical, legal, production, managing, merchandising and licensing aspects of the music business. The concentration assists those graduates who plan to work as artist managers, record and publishing company owners, executives, promoters and producers of music videos to achieve their career goals.
The courses below are required of all students in the Business Management Program, Music Entertainment Industry Studies Concentration.
Recommended Sequence of Courses