Music Business

Program Level: Degrees, Certificates
Department: Communication Design, CIS, Music Business, and RTB
Institute: Business & Entrepreneurship
College: SAC

What is the Music Business program?

The Music Business Program at San Antonio College provides students with both an overview of the various aspects of the music industry and real-world, hands-on learning. 

What's special about our program?

All instructors actually work in the industry and bring to the classroom a wealth of expertise from their respective fields. This unique learning environment prepares students for careers in the technical side of the industry or the business side. The Music Business Program at SAC is the only program of its kind in San Antonio.


What will I learn?

Students in this program learn:

  • Multitrack mixdown recording techniques
  • Live sound for concert and festival production
  • Digital audio editing while using the latest industry-standard programs
  • Copyright law and music publishing
  • Concert promotion and talent management

What can I do with this course of study?

     Graduates of the SAC MUSB program are employed by concert venues, touring companies, talent management companies, recording studios, music festivals, and other media outlets that provide live musical performances to a private or public audience. Others have turned their new skills into a vibrant new Do-It-Yourself startup that promotes and manages music and entertainment talent.



This is the only program of its kind in San Antonio. 

For more info about the Music Business Program email or call 210-486-1367

To arrange a tour of the LRTF Building and Facilities, contact Angela Quillian at or 210-486-1360.


Equipment and Facilities Check-Out Policies and Procedures:

Students that are enrolled in RTVB (Radio, TV- Broadcasting) courses are allowed to check out equipment and A/V booths if it pertains to their courses. Please see your instructor or support staff for information regarding studios and equipment available. All work done using department equipment and/or facilities must be done for RTVB class projects only.
To check out equipment or A/V booths each semester the student must:
1)    Sign and submit the Policies and Procedures Form
2)    Must have a valid SAC picture ID


Policies and Procedures Form

Equipment Office

Check-Out Hours:

Monday: 9 am-4:30 pm
Tuesday: 9 am-4:30 pm
Wednesday: 9 am-4:30 pm
Thursday: 9 am-4:30 pm
Friday: 9 am-4:30 pm
Any questions please contact: 
Angela Quillian 
A/V Specialist

Contact Us

Ruben Rodriguez, Ph.D
Program Coordinator
LRTF (Longwith Radio-TV-Film) 116

Judy Kabo
Academic Unit Assistant

LRTF (Longwith Radio-TV-Film) 110

Angela Quillian
A/V Specialist

LRTF (Longwith Radio-TV-Film) 107B