My first choice college is The Clive Davis Department of Recorded Music at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. The Clive Davis Department of Recorded Music provides professional business and artistic training toward a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree for aspiring creative entrepreneurs in the music industry. The Recorded Music B.F.A. undergraduate program provides professional training for students who aim to succeed as creative entrepreneurs in the music industry. A creative entrepreneur is a driven, passionate individual who starts and runs an innovative business enterprise.
Students who enroll in Recorded Music have a wide range of aspirations. Some aspire to become CEOs of record labels. Others aspire to become innovative record producers who helm successful production companies. Some students are performing artists or music critics who want to develop their business acumen so that they might build a successful brand.
Only 42 applicants are chosen out of the 400 that apply. The average NYU students high school grades and test scores usually look something like this: Average High School GPA: 3.63, SAT Critical Reading Score Range (middle 50%): 630 – 730, SAT Math Score Range (middle 50%): 650 – 750, SAT Writing Score Range (middle 50%): 660 – 750, ACT Score Range (middle 50%): 29 – 31, Ranked in Top 25% of High School Class: 96%.
Also, to attend NYU the tuition can be costly. The yearly tuition is $45,106.00. Then, on top of that you have your registration and services fees which are around $2,326.00. Your room and board can be any where around $11,921.50. Also your college text books are usually $700.00. And not to mention your personal expenses.
When you applying to CDReMu program you have to submit a creative portfolio. The creative portfolio is a seven step process; 1. STATEMENT OF INTENT. Is a paper based on your experiences so far, what kinds of skills you possess that will allow you to succeed as your chosen type of entrepreneur. 2. CREATIVE SAMPLE....