A bachelor's degree in entertainment business management allows you to study marketing, entrepreneurship, business planning, tour and festival management, film and television production management, marketing, branding, contract negotiations, copyright, and intellectual property.
JMC will equip you with the cutting-edge, highly transferable business and management skills you need to prosper in this very competitive and quickly expanding market.
Develop a natural knack for managing the entertainment industry by getting to know the essential players, gaining hands-on experience in stage and production management, music publishing, talent management, and event management.
You'll also learn to manage internal and external events, plan event logistics, create national marketing campaigns for services, performers, and events, and gain the practical production expertise you'll need to handle any area of the industry with astute business judgment and a wide network of contacts.
Besides that, graduates should have the ability to select and acquire artists, provide proposals to management companies, agencies, and sponsors, feasibility studies, and tour plans, as well as the analytical and technological know-how necessary to flourish in the industry.
What you will study
Digital Content Creation
Talent Development (A&R)
Copyright and Publishing
Stage and Production Management
Producing Creative Projects and more.
Digital Content Creation 2
EDM & DJ Management
Talent Management 2
Demonstrate the ability to effectively communicate both orally and in writing.
Exhibit understanding of the moral ramifications of choices and familiarity with the legal and moral framework that governs commercial organizations.
Demonstrate your understanding of the impact of diversity and globalization on modern businesses.
Critical thinking can be demonstrated by studying events, generating, and selecting workable answers to obstacles.
Demonstrate your ability to work effectively with others.
Demonstrate knowledge of the most recent data, theories and models, processes and practices, and general areas of accounting and finance, information technologies, management, marketing, and quantitative analysis in all of the major business disciplines.
Thanks to digital technology and social media connectivity, there are many options to begin a career in events, music, or entertainment.
Your career options will be endless when you graduate with a degree in broadcast journalism with an emphasis on film and television production, as well as a solid foundation in critical thinking and hands-on technical skills.
Specific careers may include:
Business or Event Manager
Promotions Director or Manager
Media Director or Publisher
Music Production Manager
Social Media Strategist and more.
Candidates from outside the country who are undergraduates must exhibit the following:
English proficiency must be demonstrated with a minimum overall IELTS score of 6.0 (with no band score lower than 5.5) or an equivalent.
You have to show proof that a senior secondary school diploma was successfully obtained (transcripts and certificate must be translated and certified).
Attend a face-to-face or online interview.
You must be at least 18 years old when you begin your studies.
English Language Requirements
IELTS - 7.0
TOEFL - 72
PTE - 50
Tuition Fee and Scholarships
Domestic Students: $9,000 per trimester
International Students: $11,300 per trimester (Total tuition fee: $67,800)