"Having a multi-faceted
business background from
Trevecca gave me
the ability to wear multiple
hats and, therefore, further
the reach of my
company and career."

MICHAEL HARE '11

No matter what aspect of music business you’re interested in, Trevecca can help you prepare for it. Our program provides unique experiences—both inside and outside of the classroom—designed to give you the training you need to be successful in the music industry.

You will know the ins and outs of running a business.

Trevecca’s music business students graduate with a Bachelor’s of Business Administration with a concentration in music business. That means you’ll graduate with a strong business foundation that will prepare you well for any kind of business venture.

You'll develop skills you need to succeed in the music industry.

Our music business courses include Artist Management, Music Publishing, Music Industry Law, Record Label Operations, Concert Management and Music Marketing, all things you’ll need to know to excel in music business.

You'll get to live in Nashville.

You’ll be learning about music business in Music City, U.S.A., a global music industry hub. Trevecca’s campus sits approximately 1 mile from downtown Nashville, and most of our students spend more than 300 hours getting hands-on, on-site experience through our aggressive 4 internship program.

All of your professors have music industry experience.

That’s right, 100 percent of Trevecca’s music business faculty members are practicing music industry professionals. Our music business faculty and adjuncts have generated over $1 billion in music-related revenue.

Our graduates are making their mark on the music industry.

Recent grads are working for the likes of Sony Music, the Country Music Association, Universal Music, and RPM Entertainment. Trevecca grads are excelling at record label marketing, artist management, concert booking, radio promotions, public relations and more. 

What our students say

"Music business professor, Jim Foglesong, taught me much - mostly from his actions. In spite of his enormous success in the music business, he was so kind to everyone, took time to get to know me and others, and even attended my softball games.  Today I follow some of his basic lessons: be on time, be dependable, work hard.  They haven't failed me thus far."

Kelsey Lantrip '11
Client Manager, Huskins-Harris Business Management

"I work on a small team that serves as these departments - marketing, brand management, accounting, sales, and customer relations. Having a multi-faceted business background from Trevecca gave me the ability to wear multiple hats and, therefore, further the reach of my company and career."