Culminating Experience in Music Business 1
Authored by Robert Lagueux
Course Code: OMBUS-693
3-Credit, Graduate Level Course
All master's programs at Berklee College of Music conclude with a culminating experience, which represents the synthesis of all that students have learned in their program. Through the culminating experience, students make a creative contribution to, and/or define and solve a problem that exists in the profession. This contribution may take the form of a research, creative, or practical project. Regardless of the form the culminating experience takes, it represents the highest expression of the students’ learning at the master’s level. In this first culminating experience course, students begin implementing their approved proposal for their experience, with the expectation that the student has completed a first draft by the end of the course.
By the end of the course, students will be able to:
- Make substantial progress toward implementing their approved proposal for their culminating experience
- Further define their original and unique professional work with the goal of making a creative contribution to and/or solve a problem that exists in the music business profession
- Submit a first draft of their experience for further work, refinement, completion, and presentation in the Culminating Experience 2 course
SyllabusSyllabus coming soon.
RequirementsRequirements coming soon.
Robert Lagueux is the founding Dean for Faculty Development at Berklee College of Music, overseeing the creation of programs providing innovative learning and development opportunities for faculty at Berklee’s Boston, Massachusetts and Valencia, Spain campuses as well as for instructors at Berklee’s international partner schools. In addition to Berklee, he has worked with faculty to enhance teaching and learning at the University of Chicago, Columbia College Chicago, and Northeastern University. As a Fulbright Scholar at City University of Hong Kong, he spent a year developing programs to support general education and leading teaching workshops throughout Southeast Asia.
Lagueux is a music historian who has published and presented on topics as diverse as the medieval celebration of Christmas, Leonard Bernstein, and the use of sound and music in sports. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Harvard University and an M.Phil. and Ph.D. from Yale University. Read Less