Jeremiah has been in college on and off for 17 years, about 14 actual years. It started concurrently his senior year of high school and will end with him completing his MBA-IT Management--hopefully by the end of 2017.
Topics include Managing Organizations and Leading People, IT Project Management, Managing Human Capital, Marketing, Global Economics for Managers, Accounting for Decision Makers, Ethical Leadership, Financial Management, Data-Driven Decision Making, IT Strategic Solutions, and MBA-Information Technology Management Capstone.
Topics included Leadership and Management, Business Law and Ethics, Information Systems Management, Managerial Accounting, Economics, Quantitative Analysis for Business, Marketing Principles and Application, Project Management, Quality/Operations/Decision Science, Quantitative Analysis, Strategy/Change/Organizational Behavior, Business Management, Global Business, Finance, and Business Management Capstone.
Topics included Business Ethics, Co-Op Education Business Management, Financial Accounting, Financial Management, High-Performance Work Teams (Team Building), Human Resources Management, International Marketing Management (Intercultural Management), Leadership, Management of Change, Negotiations and Conflict Management, Organizational Behavior, Principles of Management, and Strategic Management.
Topics included Audio Engineering I-IV, Audio Engineering Electric Troubleshooting, Aural Skills I, Beginning Piano II, Co-Op Education Music Business Management, Introduction To Music Literature, Leisure Piano I, MIDI I-II, Music Fundamentals, Music Marketing and Merchandising, Music Theory I, Sound Reinforcement System Technology, and Survey Of The Music Business.
General study topics include Applied Psychology, Business Computer Applications, College Algebra, Composition/Rhetoric I, Intro to Spreadsheets-Excel, Principles of Microeconomics, Public Speaking I, and Self-Defense.
Topics included Principles of Management, Communications in Management, High-Performance Work Teams (Team Building), Leadership, Management of Change, and Strategic Management.
Focuses on developing the expertise needed to work as a mixing engineer in both large and small studio environments. In addition to the studio-based classes such as the audio engineering and MIDI courses, this also develops hands-on proficiency in running live sound, understanding music business contracts, and marketing as well as performing audio equipment troubleshooting.