McNally Smith College of Music, MSCM, was established in 1985 as the Musictech College. It was given its present name in 2005, in honor of its founders, Jack McNally and Doug Smith. The campus is situated in Saint Paul, Minnesota.
McNally Smith College of Music offers associate's, and bachelor's degrees, as well as diploma programs of study. Courses are provided in music performance, recording technology, composition, hip hop, liberal arts, and music business.
Students of McNally Smith College of Music are involved in a variety of on-campus organizations, including the Student Songwriter's Association, the Hip Hop Organization, the Gay Straight Alliance, the Sight Reading Club, Films for the Arts, the Dance Club, and the Audio Engineering Society. The student-run in-house publication of MSCM is known as "The McNally Smith Decibel". Students also participate in sports through the Basketball Club, and Volleyball Club.
Source: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) 2016-17, National Center for Education Statistics, http://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/
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