Certificate in Music Entrepreneurship
The Undergraduate Music Entrepreneurship Certificate offers MU students an officially recognized core of courses dealing with the development, business, and publicity aspects of a musical career. In today's fine arts economy, an increasingly viable and popular model is the "portfolio career," in which a person incorporates multiple roles (e.g. performer, teacher, advocate, manager, publicist, composer/arranger, etc.) rather than pursuing one narrowly defined career path. Contextualizing the vision, skills, and networking activities needed to achieve a viable arts career, while offering a combination of theoretical and practical career preparation for Mizzou students, is the overarching aim of the Certificate.
Availability: Aimed primarily at degree-seeking students in music and music education, this certificate is also available to students in other majors with a commitment to pursuing a career in the music industries. All students who wish to declare the certificate must receive approval from our certificate director, Prof. Jonathan Kuuskoski.
|MUS_GENL 4510||Career Development for Musicians||2|
|MUS_GENL 4512||Principles of Arts Entrepreneurship||2|
|MUS_GENL 4514||Arts Marketing||1|
|MUS_GENL 4516||Grant Writing for the Arts||1|
|MUS_GENL 4518||Arts Industry Survey||1|
|MUS_GENL 4520||Non-Profit Management in the Arts||1|
|MUS_GENL 4522||Community Engagement in the Arts||1|
|MUS_GENL 4530||Leadership, Advocacy, and Policy in the Arts||1|
|MUS_GENL 4540||Music Entrepreneurship Practicum||2|