Option in Music Industry
The Music Industry Program with an option in Music Industry and Technology includes coursework in music, business, technology, and music industry. Areas of study include copyright, management, marketing, and contracting and prepare students for further education or employment in various fields of music industry including business manager, personal manager, and music law.
SOTA Productions, the practical learning and student-run component of the program, teaches students business skills and how to organize, manage, network, promote, and produce actual live shows and events on and off campus. Internship opportunities throughout the United States, Europe, and Asia also give students hands-on, real-life experiences and valuable insight into how the industry works.
Required Computer Bundle
All students coming into the Music Department are required to purchase an Apple Computer Bundle (students emphasizing in Composition will need to purchase the Recording Arts bundle found on the Music Department website). This bundle includes software that will be utilized in theory, aural musicianship, and beginning piano, as well as in other courses. The department has worked with Apple to give students the best price on a MacBook Pro with bundled software and hardware the computer bundle can be purchased through the Associated Student Bookstore. Visit the Music Department website for specific information.
Admission to the University
Students interested in any of our options should apply to the University during the initial admission application filing period of October 1 through November 30 for the following Fall semester. Applications submitted after November will not be accepted. If you have not yet applied for admission here are some additional web sites: California State University Chico’s main web page is at www.csuchico.edu. You can find information about admissions and apply on line at http:em.csuchico.edu/admissions (this sites included links for freshmen, transfer students, international students, and graduate students). You can also email the University for information at email@example.com. The telephone number for Admissions is (530) 898-6321.
Please visit the CSU, Chico catalog for more information.