|1. Analyze the values and ethics that influence the creation of a live performance event. (MUC135, MUC137, MUC138, MUC293)
2. Develop and demonstrate the technical skills required for a successful Disc Jockey performance or production. (MUC135, MUC136, MUC137, MUC138)
3. Demonstrate interpersonal and collaborative skills to build relationships and network with clients, colleagues, and organizations. (MUC135, MUC136, MUC137, MUC138, MUC293)
4. Develop opportunities for leadership, innovation, and entrepreneurship in the music industry. (MUC135, MUC136, MUC137, MUC138)
5. Critically analyze and synthesize musical content for social, cultural, aesthetic, and historical significance. (MUC135, MUC136, MUC137, MUC138)
6. Evaluate and apply marketing strategies to build a brand (e.g., advertising, social media campaigns, public relations, interactive media, digital media). (MUC135, MUC138)
7. Interpret and explain intellectual property law, rights management, publishing, licensing, and contracts. (MUC135, MUC137, MUC293)
8. Apply common business practices used in the entertainment industry. (MUC135, MUC138, MUC293)
9. Demonstrate self-reliance, problem solving skills, and the ability to work independently. (MUC135, MUC136, MUC137, MUC138, MUC293)
10. Use effective written, oral, and visual communication skills for diverse audiences and a variety of purposes. (MUC135, MUC136, MUC137, MUC138, MUC293)
|This program is not eligible for Title IV Federal Financial Aid.
Students must earn a grade of C or better for all courses required within the program.
Program Prerequisites: None
MUC135 Introduction to Disc Jockey Techniques 3
+ indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites.
++ indicates that any suffixed course may be selected.
MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: May 28, 2019