Index non-MB majors only

Non-Music Business Majors

By Professional Field (plus Berklee major  & Top Post-Berklee Degree)

 

Administration

Computers:

Data Analysis:  Casey Kidd (CWP)

Education & Training:

Engineering (Mechanical):  Owen Davies (MP&E, M)

Finance: (Financial & Operations Manager):  Will Stettler (Pro; M)

Food/Beverage/Restaurant:

Human Services Non-Profit Admin:

Law (Corporate) :   Kyle Batter (Comp. + Film; JD)

Marketing & Sales:

Medicine and Therapy

(Print/Web) Publishing (Admin / Product Development):  Jonas Bergmann-Bjornsson (Film)

Religion (Youth Pastor & Admin. Asst.):  Jonathan Lotson (Pro; M)

Restaurant (Floor Manager):  Chelsea McKinney (MP&E)

TV/Radio/Film:

M = Masters Degree

B = Bachelors Degree

AA = Associates Degree

 

By Year of Graduation

 

2015:  Cam Bjork (EPD)

2013: Jonas Bergmann-Bjornsson (Film), Alexia Layne-Lomon (Pro.), Chelsea McKinney (MP&E)

2012:  Mark Bruning (CWP), Dawn-Marie Dunn (EPD & Pro) Casey Kidd (CWP), Jonathan Lotson (Pro; M)

2011:  Eric Devaughn (Perf.) Jonathan Schwarz (CWP, M)

2010:  Ama Atobrah (EPD), Chloe Bean (CWP), Matt Clear (MP&E), Michael Hazani (Song.), Omid Majdi (MP&E), Will Stettler (Pro, M)

2009:  Will Cady (Pro), Jeff Holden (Pro), Nick Potvin (Film, M)

2008:  Matt Boyle (Pro), Owen Davies (MP&E, M), Anna Eliopoulos (MP&E + Perf), Loren Khulusi (MP&E), Stephanie Olmanni (EPD + Film; B), Priya Prins (MP&E; AA), Santiago Sinisterra (MP&E)

2007:  Mark Dudek (Perf; MBA), King Yan Kwok (MTh, M), John Sauer (J. Comp.)

2006:  Eric Hutchinson (Pro), Dr. Jenny Martin (Song; PsyD), J. Russell (MP&E; MBA), Tyler Witkin (Pro; M)

2005:  Kyle Batter (Comp. & Film; JD)

1999:  Dr. Dana Robertson (Perf; PhD)

M = Masters Degree

B = Bachelors Degree

AA = Associates Degree

 

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See the Music Business majors and the Special Categories.

 

Everyone interviewed meets the following criteria:

  1. Graduated from Berklee College of Music with a degree in Music Business (including double-majors).
  2. Berklee was their first Bachelors degree.
  3. Earns at least $45,000/year, or the equivalent in foreign currency.  (Some obviously earn a lot more than that.)
  4. Enjoys working in their field, and expects to continue to do so for years to come.

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