Bachelors of Business Administration (BBAs) in Performing Arts

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Performing Arts

In order to earn a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA), one must typically enroll in a full-time study of four years and concentrate on a specific area of business or commerce. General courses relating to business act as the base of BBA degree programs.

Studies in performing arts encompass both the academic and practical fields of music, theater and dance. From theater history to advanced choreography, the field of performing arts lends a wide lens of study for a variety of students.

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Bachelor in Music

Trevecca Nazarene University
Campus Full time September 2018 USA Nashville

Turn your passion for music into a degree with Trevecca University's Bachelor of Arts in Music. Our accomplished faculty is comprised of many talented musicians who are dedicated to helping you expand your talents and find success in the music industry. [+]

BBAs in Performing Arts. Bachelor of Arts in Commercial Music Turn your passion for music into a degree with Trevecca University's Bachelor of Arts in Music. Our accomplished faculty is comprised of many talented musicians who are dedicated to helping you expand your talents and find success in the music industry. A Bachelor of Arts in Commercial Music is a liberal arts degree that gives the student musician a holistic approach to higher education with several career and service opportunities. Graduates with a B.A. in Commercial Music have engaged in engineering aspects of the music industry, become published songwriters, worked as volunteer or paid worship leaders, and performed in commercial recording studios and various live performance venues. At Trevecca, we define commercial music as music written to engage the culture, for entertainment, or for profit. Highlights of this program include: Foundational classical training and application of technique into commercial styles. Entrepreneurship and training related to signing contracts, self-promotion, getting and keeping studio jobs, etc (Working Musician class) Highly qualified professors and adjuncts Students who pursue this degree will receive foundational training in classical theory and performance and then will apply this knowledge in specific commercial contexts. In addition, they will explore one or more of the elective areas listed below: Songwriting (Private study available) Recording Technology (Including Audio for Video and Internships) Worship Leading Jazz Studies BBA in Music Business Students wanting to pursue a career in the business of music should consider the Music Business concentration of the BBA... [-]