Last year, about 9.5% of Anderson students were hired into various roles across the entertainment and media industry in areas such as strategy, business development, business intelligence, franchise marketing, content acquisition, corporate finance and digital distribution. Companies hiring Anderson students ranged from traditional major studios and game publishers to sports-related companies and up-and-coming players in content distribution and technology. Parker has helped students land a median salary of $126,000, with 53.8% landing signing bonuses, and 17.4% receiving stock and equity options.
Entertainment Management, Technology Leadership
- Entertainment Marketing
- Intellectual Property for Managers
- Entertainment Law
- Sports Management
- Entertainment Business Models
- Content Creation and Exploitation in the Digital Age
- Innovation in Media and Entertainment through Technology
"I made the decision to come to Anderson in large part due to the resources available for exploring entertainment as a career path. With the extensive entertainment curriculum, professors who’ve worked in the industry, a breadth of alumni, and programming and network offered by Entertainment Management Association, I was able to learn about the industry, complete internships, and make connections I never would’ve been able to otherwise. Some of my favorite experiences with the Entertainment Management Association include planning its Career Night and the annual Sundance Film Festival trip. I could not be more excited about the next step in my career, which would not be possible without the help of all the resources at Anderson and the Anderson Parker Career Center."
Nancy Li ('23)
Product Manager, PlayStation
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