BM In Commercial Music Recording, Engineering, And Producing
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Transfer Credits
Up to 75% of the Degree Total can be Transferred to Liberty
Next Start Date
Jan 18, 2021
Accreditation
NASM

Develop Your Mixing Style with Our B.M. in Commercial Music – Recording, Engineering, and Producing Degree

You love engineering sound and creating innovative music. Our Bachelor of Music in Commercial Music – Recording, Engineering, and Producing degree can help you turn your passion into a career that impacts people around the world. We believe in equipping leaders who are dedicated to excellence and integrity, and our commercial music production degree program integrates a biblical worldview with hands-on training that prepares you for success in the music industry.

When you earn your B.M. in Commercial Music degree with us, you will learn how to create your own artistic style that reflects your personal faith – and share it with the world.


Why Choose Liberty’s Bachelor’s Degree in Commercial Music Recording, Engineering, and Producing?

We are committed to providing you with the training you need to succeed in the music industry.  As 1 of the top 10 largest schools of music in the nation, we offer a variety of classes and opportunities designed to help you gain experience and share your work with the world. While you are studying with us, you will have opportunities to work with LU Praise, our Liberty Worship Collective, and to develop your own album in our state-of-the-art recording facilities.

Many of our faculty members have earned their degrees from the most prestigious music schools in the nation, and they work to ensure you have the classroom environment you need to develop your own musical style and skills.


What Will You Learn in Our B.M. in Commercial Music Recording, Engineering, and Producing Degree Program?

Throughout our bachelor’s in commercial music degree program, you will learn musical theories and techniques of multiple music genres, along with the fundamentals of recording and producing commercial music. Our Bachelor of Music program is taught from a biblical worldview, allowing you to explore music as both art and worship. You will also gain the experience you need to stand out in the music industry through hands-on classes, practicums, and internships.

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Featured Courses

MUSC 200 – Music, Art, Worship, and Culture

MUSC 218 – Fundamentals of Music Production and Audio

MUSC 329 – Fundamentals of Sound Reinforcement

MUSC 463 – Music Mixing and Post Production 


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Highlights of Our Bachelor’s of Commercial Music in Recording, Engineering, and Producing Degree Program

  • We are dedicated to producing graduates of distinction. Our graduates have found careers as musicians playing for stars like Carrie Underwood, well-known Christian singers and songwriters, worship leaders at Harvest Bible Chapel, and conductors leading choir festivals throughout Southeast Asia.
  • Our bachelor’s in commercial music degrees are accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music (NASM).
  • Our professors are experienced artists and musicians, and they are dedicated to mentoring you and helping you develop your talents.
  • Liberty Music Group (LMG) is our School of Music’s professional music publishing and recording company. This student-run label provides you with the opportunity to publish your work as well as gain experience recording, engineering, and producing music.
  • Our LU Praise choir’s latest album has been nominated for a Dove award.
  • You will have the opportunity to perform with a variety of ensembles through our School of Music.

Our Bachelor’s in Commercial Recording, Engineering, and Producing Degree Information

Career Opportunities for Our B.M. in Commercial Music – Recording, Engineering, and Producing Graduates

  • Arranger
  • Copyist
  • Mix engineer
  • Recording engineer
  • Recording studio manager

Admission Requirements for Undergraduate Degrees

Every application is reviewed by the admission committee on a case-by-case basis, meaning there are no set minimums for acceptance. However, all applicants must submit the following documents* for admission:

  • Admission application
  • Official high school transcripts
  • Official college transcripts (if applicable)
  • SAT, ACT, or CLT scores
  • Admission essay

*Note that additional documentation may be requested by the admission committee after your application has been received.