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Music Business Practicum IV

This last CENT course requires students to complete their final collection of 30 hours of experience in music/entertainment-related projects/initiatives. Second-year students will continue to focus on leadership and the mentoring of first-year students. Working with classmates under the guidance of the professors, students plan, execute, and evaluate approved, music/entertainment-related activities and projects for Music Business Practicum initiatives. Initiatives may also gain experience working on other opportunities for the Music Business Administration/Management program, the Student Association and Student Centre, community organizations, and other college departments, clubs, events, or programs. Students establish and work toward individual, course-related learning goals and additional assignments and evaluations throughout the semester, designed to assist with personal and professional realizations. Students follow established procedure as dictated by MBA processes.