Entertainment Business Master's Program

| June 13, 2014

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Program director Ron Cook explains what students can expect from Full Sail University's Entertainment Business master's degree program. In addition to advanced business principles, this program helps prepare students for the specific concerns of the dynamic entertainment industry, with courses that cover topics like product and artist management, entertainment media publishing, and curriculum that concludes in a final project requiring students to come up with a working business plan.

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