The Setnor School of Music within the College of Visual and Performing Arts seeks a Part-time Instructor to teach MUI 402 Current State of the Music Industry, a two credit hour course, during the spring 2022 semester. This course includes assigned projects requiring individual preparation and presentation. Emphasis on the current state of the music industry with implications for the future. Projects require interaction with local experts and national leaders.
This course is designed as a senior research seminar where students have completed the core curriculum courses in the music industry degree. Assigned projects require both individual and group preparation and presentation. In order to properly prepare seniors for various career tracks, it is essential for participants to focus on current issues, trends, legal precedents, global initiatives, mergers and acquisitions and information relating to advancements in technology that impact the music industry. Participants are expected to develop a corporate boardroom mentality, think critically and effectively in pressure situations that require teamwork, meeting goals, deadlines and following instructions. The other focus during the semester is to assist students with self-evaluation of their career aspirations and how to effectively prepare for obtaining a job in the industry.
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