The Master of Entertainment Industry Management (MEIM) program provides comprehensive academic, professional and experiential training for entrepreneurial leadership in all screen-based entertainment media.
As traditional motion picture, television and video game businesses are merging into an integrated digital entertainment landscape, the MEIM program provides students with the most up-to-date skills to successfully navigate development, production, marketing and distribution practices across all entertainment platforms and screens.
The MEIM program is more than a film producing, TV producing or game development degree. The first year of study – at the Carnegie Mellon campus in Pittsburgh - gives students a solid grounding in the quantifiable business and financial management skills they’ll need to succeed as executives and entrepreneurs in this rapidly evolving media marketplace. In the second year, students move to Los Angeles to attend classes at the MEIM Center, taught by working Industry professionals. This second year is also a rigorous professional practicum, with students supplementing their full course load with 30-35 hours per week in internships with top entertainment companies, including major studios, talent agencies, game publishers, marketing and distribution companies, broadcast and cable networks, and production companies.
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