Performing Arts
All Campuses
Intake 1 (February), Intake 2 (May), Intake 3 (August), Intake 4 (November)
Campus, E-learning

If you’re passionate about creating and producing music, and are looking for a degree that will provide you with the skills and knowledge to turn your musical vision into a reality, then this Music Production course is the perfect fit for you.

The Music Production program is an undergraduate degree program that offers students a comprehensive education in the art and science of music production. This program is designed for students who have a passion for music and a desire to pursue a career in music production.

Over the course of three years, students will receive tutelage in Basic Piano, participate in an ensemble or band, and receive training to develop musicianship. They will also learn recording principles for both digital and analog environments, be introduced to film music and foley recording, and explore sound design for film, theatre and media.

Students will also gain practical experience in the studio, where they will produce a variety of songs in various genres. They will learn studio etiquette and practices, as well as be introduced to various audio recording equipment. In addition to technical skills, the program will also focus on career and professional development, preparing students for a successful career in the music industry.

Throughout the program, students will be exposed to the rich history of music production in Nigeria, learning about the evolution of music production in Nigeria and the influence of Nigerian music on global music production.

Upon completion of the Music Production program, graduates will be well-prepared to pursue careers in music production, recording engineering, sound design, and other related fields in the music industry.

Music production is a constantly evolving field, with new technologies and techniques emerging all the time. To stay current, producers must stay up-to-date on the latest trends and developments in the industry.

Entry requirements

We are delighted that you are considering one of our courses at ICCA. To ensure that you meet the entry requirements, kindly take note of the following:

  1. Candidates must possess a minimum of five credits at the O’level, including Mathematics and English, which are compulsory subjects.

  2. In addition to meeting the academic requirements, candidates will be required to attend an admission interview. The interview will provide an opportunity for our admissions team to assess your suitability for the program and determine your potential for success in your chosen field.

  3. Candidates with at least five years of industry experience in their chosen field, will qualify for automatic placement into the second year of their chosen program. Such candidates must display exceptional talent, skills, and a substantial portfolio. Our admissions team will consider your experience, talent, and skills alongside your portfolio during the admission process.

We believe that the entry requirements for our courses will ensure that our students have the necessary skills, talent, and academic background to excel in their chosen fields. We look forward to receiving your application and welcoming you to our creative arts college in Lagos, Nigeria.

Course structure and modules

Year 1, Semester 1:

  • Basic Piano I
  • Ensemble/Band I
  • Musicianship I: Theory for Music Production
  • Music Production: Fundamentals
  • Recording Principles for Digital Environment I
  • Studio Etiquette and Practices

Year 1, Semester 2:

  • Basic Piano II
  • Ensemble/Band II
  • Musicianship II: Theory for Music Production
  • Music Production: Recording Techniques
  • Recording Principles for Analog Environment I
  • Introduction toSound Design


Year 2, Semester 1:

  • Principal Instrument Ior Elective Course
  • Ensemble/Band III
  • Music Production: Mixingand Mastering Techniques
  • Recording Principles for Analog Environment II
  • Elective Course(Compulsory)

Year 2, Semester 2:

  • Principal Instrument II or Elective Course
  • Ensemble/Band IV
  • Music Business and Marketing
  • Music Production: Advanced Mixing and Mastering Techniques
  • Recording Principles for Digital Environment II
  • Elective Course(Compulsory)


Year 3, Semester 1:

  • Music Production: Career and Professional Development
  • Principal Instrument V
  • Ensemble/Band V
  • Sound Design for Film, Theatreand Media
  • Elective Course (Optional)

Year 3, Semester 2:

  • Music Production: Senior Project
  • Principal Instrument VI
  • Ensemble/Band VI
  • Sound Design for Film, Theatreand Media II
  • Elective Course (Optional)

Note: The elective courses could be pulled from other disciplines such as Music Performance, Film-making, Creative Entrepreneurship, Drama and Theatre Arts or any other relevant course that the student may choose in consultation with their academic advisor.

How you study

At ICCA, we are committed to providing our students with the best possible learning experience. To achieve this, we offer a flexible approach to studying that combines in-person lectures with e-learning. This approach allows our students to balance their academic pursuits with other commitments and provides a learning environment that suits their individual needs.


€3,850 per academic academic year. 

Note: 70% of fees must be paid before commencement of intended program.

Career opportunities

Graduates of our Music Production course have a wealth of exciting career opportunities available to them. With a solid foundation in the technical aspects of music production, graduates can pursue careers as music producers, recording engineers, mix engineers, mastering engineers, sound designers, and more.

In addition, graduates can find work in a variety of industries, including film and television, video games, advertising, and multimedia. They can also work as freelance producers or engineers, creating music for clients in a range of genres and styles.