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Music Business
Online Master in Business Administration

Graduate degree program offered by the UNT G. Brint Ryan College of Business and the College of Music

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The MBA in Music Business at the University of North Texas provides an exceptional educational experience combining the strengths of the renowned College of Music and the G. Brint Ryan College of Business. The program is recognized for its excellence, having been ranked by Billboard as a Top Music Business School for five consecutive years.

Students will find UNT's MBA in Music Business to be a cutting-edge, collaborative, and entrepreneurial journey towards mastering the business of music. Over the course of 18 to 24 months, students immerse themselves in an online learning environment with courses taught by world-class educators covering topics such as:

Music Business Entrepreneurship, Music Law and Finance, Music Leadership and Performing Arts Management, Beginning Digital Audio Production for Music Entrepreneurs and Business of Music in Media, Accounting, Finance, Statistics, Organizational Behavior, Marketing, Leveraging IT, and Ethics.

Graduates leave the program not just with academic credentials but with real-world experience and a network of peers and professionals that will support their career ambitions in the music industry. This blend of academic rigor, practical experience, and professional networking opportunities positions UNT's MBA in Music Business as a premier choice for those looking to make their mark in the music business sector. Many graduates start their own businesses in the music industry.

The program's flexibility, being fully online, allows students from around the globe to access top-tier education without the constraints of physical location, all at an affordable cost. The MBA in Music Business welcomes students from all musical backgrounds including classical, jazz, and commercial music.

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