On May 6th, 2008, I was admitted to USC Thornton's Music Industry (B.S.) program. I am a transfer student who just completed my second year of college. My goals are simply to write, play, record and produce my own songs and do albums, but, of course, to be very successful at such (easier said than done, I know). However, with the way the music industry is shaping up these days, it's become very much about being an entrepreneur and handling not just artistic aspects, but also business. While my major does require some business courses, I was wondering that, because of such trends, whether it would be prudent to also take a business minor at Marshall? Would this even be worth my time, or should I consider something like an MBA eventually? Or would this be a colossal waste of time, considering what I want to do? I'm just trying to think of this stuff now, so that, once I graduate, I won't find myself hindered or disadvantaged.