226 Smith Hall, 315-443-1388
Bill Werde, Bandier Program Director, email@example.com
Lisa Steele, Asst. Director of Bandier Program, firstname.lastname@example.org
Ulf Oesterle. William Werdle
The Bandier Program in Recording and Entertainment Industries is a multidisciplinary program that leads to a Bachelor of Science degree, and includes an understanding of music, communications, business, and entrepreneurship. It provides a global view of music and its role in entertainment media, with a focus on emerging trends and technologies and the ways in which these shape careers as well as best practices in the music business. In addition to the Newhouse core curriculum, the program relies on coursework in the Whitman School of Management, the Setnor School of Music, and the College of Arts and Sciences. This program draws the top executives in the music business as guest lecturers on a weekly basis, and embraces a hands-on approach to learning the business, structured around three internships and a project/portfolio-based capstone project. Using industry-leading alumni and friends, plus the University’s vast resources, this unique program prepares students to compete in the fast-paced, ever-evolving entertainment industry. The Bandier Program has been designed with input from some of the most respected executives in music and entertainment. These high-ranking leaders, many of whom are alumni, are committed to ongoing involvement with the Bandier program.