Urban & Electronic Music Production (BS)
At a Glance
Total credit hours in degree: 120
Credit hours of music business courses: 21
Credit hours of music production courses: 15-30
Credit hours of live performance courses: 0-15
Credit hours of Loyola Core courses: 39
Faculty Grammy® Awards: 6
Professional recording studios for student use: 4
iMac-based MIDI labs for student use: 1
Annual student House of Blues showcases: 2
Do you have a passion for creating catchy beats, designing exciting drops, writing a soulful hook, or laying down the perfect flow? Do you aspire to learn how to record, produce, and master modern music on a professional level? If so, Loyola's Urban & Electronic Music Production program is the place for you.
The first program of its kind in the United States, our Bachelor of Science in Urban & Electronic Music Production degree is designed to immerse you in the worlds of modern hip-hop, R&B, and EDM from your very first semester. 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, as well as how to create a radio-ready track. Our distinguished faculty of musicians, music producers, musician managers, venue owners, entertainment attorneys, and chart-topping songwriters will draw upon 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.