i'm new here so i'm not sure exactly where i should ask this question :/
i originally am going to a community college to get my general classes in order so i can eventually transfer for journalism. however, i recently discovered belmont and learned about their music business degree and i'm very interested in it. i've always wanted to go to school for music, i just never thought it was plausible.
i plan on eventually living in nashville and trying to pitch some of my songs (though of course i know that that can't how i make my income) so i figured that a music business major would be perfect for me because i'd still be around music and doing what i love (i'd just, of course, be in the background).
is a music business major realistic, though? i just don't want to spend all that money on a degree in something that wouldn't help me in the long run. would it be something i'd want to do for the rest of my life? yes, it'd be a dream job. i know you can get up to 10 internships through them, so that could help in meeting the right people. i just don't know the statistics or job placement averages for that certain career. i don't want something that would be so competitive that i'd never be able to find work :/