Bachelor of Science
Music Industry Studies
Music Industry Studies at Greenville University
Be a studio recording engineer, run live sound or lighting for concerts. Perform, be a recording artist or songwriter. Produce audio for TV, movies or video games. GU prepares you to do it!
The Music industry studies (MIS) foundation includes studio recording, live audio production, lighting design, commercial music performance, Audio Postproduction, Game Audio Design and a thorough understanding of the music industry. Get hands-on experience in state-of-the-art studios and multiple performance venues. Small production companies let you work in the company, record for the company, and grow to be producer and finally run the company. Visit Music City with GU’s partner the Contemporary Music Center - Nashville for immersive industry experiences. Get personalized attention from caring profs and industry pros committed to making you the best you can be.
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GU in a View
GU grads can be found running live audio or working with Chris Tomlin, Casting Crowns, Blue Man Group, Georgia Florida Line, Sam Hunt, KJ52, Building 429 and many others. GU alums have received numerous Dove Award nominations and alumnus Andre Anjos is a Grammy Award winner for his remixing work. GU grads work in companies like Capital Christian Music, Sony, CTS Audio (Nashville), Sweetwater Sound, Ironman Sound (St. Louis) and in high-level positions in churches all across the nation.
Music Industry Studies, BS Course Requirements
Visit the Online Undergraduate Catalog for an explanation of graduation requirements.