MI Description

If you are looking to pursue a career or education in music, Musicians Institute: College of Contemporary Music in Hollywood, California is a great place to begin.

From world-class performing facilities to practice rooms, studios and more, Musicians Institute offers four different programs that include performance programs, industry programs, alternative programs and various degree program options.

Within these four programs, students can choose to pursue a bachelor’s of music or associate of arts degree, as well as different certificate and non-certificate courses. Led by faculty that include artists, educators and music professionals, students at Musicians Institute can also take advantage of the artist and career services department, where students can learn about available professional opportunities and lists of various clubs and rehearsal facilities in the surrounding areas.

Other available opportunities at Musicians Institute include career counseling, internships, job fairs and audition workshops.

Tuition at Musicians Institute varies according to each particular program. Students attending Musicians Institute can apply to receive financial aid, student loans or grants. For more information, contact Musicians Institute.

Quick Facts about Musicians Institute

Region

Southwest

Setting

Large City Setting

Type

Private/For Profit

Size

Small (Under 2,000 Undergrad)

Website

www.mi.edu

On-Campus Housing Available

No

Selectivity

Selective

In-State Tuition

$23,175

Out-of-State Tuition

$23,175

Retention Rate

70%

Enrollment

1,206

MI Ratings & Reviews

Overall School Rating: 4

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100% of students gave Musicians Institute 4 stars overall.

Former Student - Last Attended 2008

Overall Rating:
4

Detailed Ratings

I think the school is great overall as long as you know what you want to get out of it. The music industry is a wicked mistress and won't hand you anything with a lot of work and aside from the guitar craft and recording program you can't expect to fit in a job easily. The school has many different paths ranging from the individual instrument certificate and BA programs (voice,guitar,bass,drums), independent artist programs, recording programs, video production and guitar craft. The big misconception is that the instrument certificate program is a true A.A degree. This is not true because this degree will not transfer anywhere, so if you do decide to do it know that otherwise check into the BA program which can be transferred. Also a word of advice i noticed that school recruiters will say things like "do the A.A program first and see later if you want to TRANSFER into the BA program" this is full on BS. A good deal of the unit for the regular A.A don't transfer into the schools BA program, including ear training, theory and some of the electives. This is thousands of dollars you waste when the degree program has better theory and ear training classes anyways

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MI Students

Full-Time Undergrad Students
1,206
Freshman Class
650
Total Students (Undergrads & Graduate Students)
1,206

Undergraduate vs. Graduate

Undergraduate
100%
Graduate
0%

Full-Time vs. Part-Time Students

Full-Time
97%
Part-Time
3%

Gender of Students

Women
18%
Men
82%

Ethnic Diversity

African-American
9%
Asian
5%
Caucasian
52%
Latino
16%
Other
18%

International Students

International
24%
Domestic
76%

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