Music Industry Studies (BS)

Do you have a burning passion for music and musicians? Do you seek to understand how a song becomes a hit, an act fills stadiums, an unknown becomes a star? Do you want to turn your creativity into your career? If so, Loyola is the place for you.

With our state-of-the-art facilities, industry-recognized and Grammy-winning faculty, and comprehensive curriculum, you’ll learn exactly how each component of the music industry works. Unlike other colleges, programs, and majors, our Bachelor of Science in Music Industry Studies degree is designed to immerse you in the world of music from your very first semester. Our distinguished faculty of musicians, music producers, musician managers, venue owners, entertainment attorneys, and chart-topping songwriters will utilize their real-world experiences to help you master key industry concepts such as production, technology, recording, management, event production, marketing, publishing, distribution, and legal issues.

Perfect for the Following Careers

Audio Engineer

Concert Promoter

Director

Talent Agent

Film Producer

Touring Artist

KICKSTART YOUR CAREER IN THE MUSIC INDUSTRY.

Music Industry Studies Faculty

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