Some of the courses we offer are:
Content Creation & Exploitation in the Global Digital Age
Making Creativity Profitable In Entertainment & Technology
Managing Disruptive Technologies & Business Models
Music Industry: Business Models from Past, Present, & Future
Media and Entertainment Case Competition
The UCLA Anderson Center for Media, Entertainment & Sports developed this competition to provide students with a competitive learning and network-building experience that gives them exposure to the real-world challenges currently impacting the media and entertainment space.
The student-run Entertainment Management Association (EMA) and the Sports Business Association (SBA) play active roles in planning of an annual conference and organizing a variety of industry-focused events on and off campus. Working closely with the Center for Media, Entertainment & Sports and Parker Career Management Center, both clubs regularly organize events that enable students to interact with industry leaders and alumni, including:
- Annual UCLA Anderson Media, Entertainment & Sports PULSE Conference
- Entertainment Career Night and Sports Business Career Night
- Los Angeles and New York Company Treks
- Alumni Mentoring Programs
- Executive Speakers Series
- Industry Education Workshops
The Entertainment Management Association (EMA) and Sports Business Association (SBA) annual industry career nights are designed for students to connect with companies and executives, gain insights about roles and explore career internship and full-time career opportunities.
EMA and SBA organize day-on-the-job events, which are onsite visits to companies. During the school year, organized treks to L.A.-area companies are offered, and in January of each year, Anderson students go to the East Coast for the NYC/Tri-State Trek and to the Bay Area for the San Francisco/Silicon Valley Trek.
First- and second-year media, entertainment, and sports students are paired with an alumni mentor. The mentoring program is designed to help students build their industry knowledge and shape career strategy.
In the fall, the EMA and SBA program a series of workshops for students exploring careers in the media, entertainment and sports industry. The sessions feature executives who are working in different sectors of the industry and provide an overview of the business, functions and potential career paths.
A series of workshops offered during the year focusing on building technical skills and important industry knowledge.
The UCLA Summer Discovery Program for high school students will give you everything you need to launch your professional career in sports with invaluable experience and insight.
Our six-week Media, Entertainment and Sports Summer Institute is designed to give undergraduates and recent college graduates the practical skills and business framework to pursue careers in the industry.