Bachelor of Science in Entertainment Management
The entertainment industry is exciting, growing, and filled with opportunities. Students in the Entertainment Management Program are prepared to assume management and ownership positions in the entertainment industry and for graduate studies that will further prepare them to make great contributions to the industry.
Experienced based learning activities prepare our students to view the entertainment industry from the perspective of a potential decision maker rather than the perspective of an entertainer or consumer. The program opens a broad range of possibilities in industry segments from music to casino management. In addition to a general Bachelor of Science degree in Entertainment Management, there will be two areas of program concentration, Music Entertainment Management and Casino and Gaming Management. The rapidly expanding casino gaming economy in the mid-Atlantic region makes this unique program a great platform for success.
Students majoring in Entertainment Management must complete their GER requirements by taking 40 credit hours from the list of GER courses in consultation their academic advisor and 39 credit hours in the College of Business core, 6 credit hours in business electives, 4 credit hours in general electives and 4 credit hours in CSU requirements. In addition, students majoring in Entertainment Management must complete 27 credit hours in Entertainment Management. Further specialization may be achieved by including 15 credit hours of music or casino and gaming as part of the 27 required credit hours.
All students must complete 40 credit hours of General Education Requirements. Majors must fulfill the mathematics GER by completing MATH 131 (College Algebra: Math and Sciences). They must also fulfill the second social science option by taking ECON 211 (Principles of Economics I)
The objective of a minor in Entertainment Management is to provide students with entertainment management knowledge to supplement their majors or pursue alternative careers in entertainment management. College of Business students are required to take a minimum of 18 credit hours of management courses achieving at least a grade of "C" in each course.
Non-Business students are required to complete ECON 103 (Introduction to Business & Entrepreneurial Economics) ENMGT 350 (Introduction to Entertainment Management), and 12 credit hours of 300 level or above management elective courses to complete a minor.
The following is a sample plan of study for the Casino and Gaming Concentration. This is not intended as a self-advising guide or as a substitute for seeing your academic advisor about your specific plan of study. Please speak to an advisor before choosing your course load each semester.