Take your first step into the industry. Your fans are waiting.
- The Loyola School of Music Industry prepares aspiring musicians, producers, performers and executives for success in the entertainment industry.
- Here, you grow your skills onstage, in the classroom, in the studio and in the boardroom.
- We’ll teach you to share your vision with the world, protect your work and grow it into a lifelong career.
Music Industry Studies (Bachelor of Arts)
Loyola’s Bachelor of Arts in Music Industry Studies is perfect for someone with a passion for the business of creating music. Choose from a wide variety of electives to pursue your specific area of interest within the music industry.
Music Industry Studies (Bachelor of Science)
The prestigious Loyola Music Industry Studies program teaches students exactly how each component of the music industry works. Here you learn: recording, management, event production, marketing, publishing, distribution, aspect of entertainment law and more. Students benefit from our state-of-the-art facilities, industry-recognized and Grammy-winning faculty and comprehensive curriculum.
Popular and Commercial Music (Bachelor of Science)
Be coached by professional artists to perform for adoring fans. Make your own masterpieces, or record legendary studio sessions. Study with a faculty of Grammy-winning and multi-platinum producers, attorneys, managers, and technologists. Students in the Popular and Commerical Music Program can master everything from production, technology, and recording to management, marketing, publishing, distribution, and legal issues.
Hip Hop & R&B (Bachelor of Science)
Engage in the creative process of producing urban music, R&B, hip-hop, and rap under the guidance of industry gurus and guest artists. Learn about the industry strategies and cutting-edge technology behind your favorite artists. Master everything from production, technology, and recording to management, marketing, publishing, distribution, and legal issues.
A Track Record of Success
The School of Music Industry gives students the tools to succeed. Four recent graduates hit Billboard’s 40-Under-40 List. What do our graduates achieve?
- Gerald Gillum ’11, otherwise known as the rapper G-Eazy, made Forbes and Fortune’s Top 100 Lists.
- Carter Lang ’04, produced “Sunflower” for Post Malone – one of the most downloaded songs in the world.
Part of the College of Music and Media
- Your classmates will be musicians, actors, dancers, singers, artists, filmmakers, journalists, designers and leaders in PR and advertising.
- You will explore and learn from the city of New Orleans, an internationally known diverse community for the arts.
- At LCMM, you’ll develop your creativity and witness the impact of your ideas on other people and on your community.