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Music Business Practicum II

Students build upon the skills and knowledge gained in CENT 1300 by achieving a second set of at least 30 hours of experience working with music/entertainment-related projects and initiatives. Working alongside first- and second-year peers under the guidance of the professors, students plan, execute, and evaluate approved, music/entertainment activities for Music Business Administration/Management, the Student Association, community organizations, and/or other college clubs, programs, and events. Students must follow established procedure as dictated by MBA/MBM process. Students also set and work on individual learning goals and additional assignments and evaluations throughout the semester, designed to scaffold the learning experience from one semester to the next.