Schulich offers Canada’s only MBA with a specialization in the Arts and Media Administration (ARTM). In MAS courses, students gain knowledge of the structure and processes of major media industries – including the film, television, internet, music, and game industries – as well as the operation of digital media companies, technology services, and entrepreneurial ventures.
To make career decisions that are right for you, the CDC will help you identify strengths, determine career objectives, develop career plans, hone skills for career management and put your professional development plan into action. In addition, you may choose courses from the areas of Public Relations, Organizational Communication, Health Communication, Filmmaking, Journalism, Sports Media and Journalism, Documentary, Television Production, and Audio/Sound Design.
The School offers a challenging selection of courses for its Postgraduate courses in Literature, Linguistics and Pacific Media Studies, and an interesting spread of staff expertise for the supervision of MA and PhD research. AMMC is a networking gateway and social platform that links Schulich MBA students with the arts industry, media industry and related fields. Formerly called the Department of Literature and Language, and existing as a section of the old School of Humanities, the new School of Language, Arts and Media represents more than a name change. Denver’s first major outdoor festival of digital animation and art, Supernova,” landed in CU Denver’s backyard at the Denver Performing Arts Complex. Our School offers postgraduate programs for both academic fields of interest, and professional needs.
BCAM Holiday Advisory Brunch: On Friday, December 23rd we will have our annual Advisory Holiday Brunch at school. You’ll gain crucial skills and problem solving strategies specific to the arts and media fields that will make you a more effective professional. You will have the opportunity to choose from a variety of courses that focus on the social, cultural, historical, and economic contexts of media. Media Arts and Studies is home to the Innovation Network for Entrepreneurial Thinking, or iNET – a cross-disciplinary academic program in leadership and entrepreneurship.
In addition, UCIJAM offers excellent workshops by professional artists, journalists, and media mavens, as well as fantastic networking opportunities such as treks” to New York City, London, and Los Angeles to visit firms, companies, and artistic hubs.