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Music Industry

Prepare yourself for success in the multi-billion-dollar music industry. 

Cabrini's Music Industry majors gain a broad skillset that allows them to pursue a range of careers in the industry, from music producer, promoter, artist representative or manager, booking agent, studio manager, or concert manager.


Contact Information

Stephen Grieco, DMA
Associate Professor, Music
Widener Center, Room 204

At a glance:

Total Credits for Major


Projected Job Growth to 2024*


Music Industry Program Details

As a Music Industry program participant, you'll be prepared with a thorough background in today’s music production and business practices in a wide variety of genres, from hip-hop to classical.

In this hands-on multidisciplinary degree, you can focus on specific areas of music interest through key courses and focused electives, and the completion of an internship and capstone project will give you the hands-on experience that provides a competitive edge in the job market. 

All Music Industry majors learn about licensing, management, publishing, marketing,and music, regardless of prior music experience or training.

Employment Outlook

With its emphasis on hands-on learning and skill development, the Music Industry program prepares students for a variety of internships and careers, including:

  • Music producer
  • Promoter
  • Artist representative or manager
  • Booking agent
  • Studio manager
  • Concert manager 

Program Highlights

  • Hands-on, high-impact practices—including comprehensive musicianship experiences—set students who major in this multidisciplinary program apart for success in today’s competitive digital music age
  • Key courses and specific electives allow you to focus on certain areas of music interest, while you extend your understanding of the industry by interacting with classmates who have diverse backgrounds 

*Employment projections taken from the Bureau of Labor Statistics report for employment category: Arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations.