Does NYU's music business program prepare you adequately for a career?

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Ben Sheehan, Grad Alumni 2010, currently working in music

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I agree with Sarah. I did the grad program and I really liked (and learned a lot in) the Stern classes (you can take up to 1/3 of the courses in the business school) and had fun in the Steinhardt classes (teachers ranged from 'waste of time' to 'amazing'). But the experiences I got at my internships - and the contacts I made there - have been extremely valuable. I also recommend going to all events with guest speakers, as I can't tell you how many people I've reconnected with whom I first encountered as guest speakers.

If you're someone who likes to learn by sitting in a classroom, this isn't worth the time or the money. If you're someone who likes to socialize/network/put yourself out there, it can be very valuable.

Sarah Mroue, I'm an alum

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Yes, but my preparation came more from the internships I was required to get and the community I was a part of than it did from the actual courses I took.

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Sarah Mroue, I'm an alum

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Yes, but my preparation came more from the internships I was required to get and the community I was a part of than it did from the actual courses I took.

Sarah Mroue, I'm an alum

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Yes, but my preparation came more from the internships I was required to get and the community I was a part of than it did from the actual courses I took.

Sarah Mroue, I'm an alum

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Yes, but my preparation came more from the internships I was required to get and the community I was a part of than it did from the actual courses I took.

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