ARTS. ANALYTICS. ACTION.
Great stories need great leaders.
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The next generation of arts and entertainment leaders will use cutting-edge technology and data analytics—rather than gut feeling—to make smarter decisions. Combining the renowned creative power of Carnegie Mellon's College of Fine Arts with the management and quantitative expertise of Heinz College, our Master of Arts Management (MAM) and Master of Entertainment Industry Management (MEIM) graduate programs produce leaders who make a lasting impact on the communities they serve and shepherd development, marketing, production, distribution, and strategy at all levels across a global entertainment marketplace.
Heinz College has partnerships with more than 100 organizations to help make your education a reality, and more than 95 percent of students across the U.S. receive a scholarship. Learn more about financial aid, scholarships and work study opportunities.
Our arts and entertainment management programs are built on the foundation of data analytics, technology, and experiential learning, with an arts focus. Students engage with their chosen industries while still in school through internships, Capstone projects, and, for the MEIM program, an entire year in Los Angeles. Learn more about our MAM and MEIM programs.
The skills and experience gained at Heinz College enable our graduates not only to find employment quickly after graduation, but to create meaningful careers in entertainment and the arts. Heinz College's Career Services office prepares its graduates for every aspect of the job search, from resumes to networking, and provides counsel to alumni long after graduation. Learn about career outcomes, salary data and more.
MY STORY: MOSES
As a member of the accelerated MAM program, Moses Garcia studies directing in CMU's School of Drama while earning his Master of Arts Management degree.
MEIM: LAYING THE GROUNDWORK IN YEAR ONE
Elise Riveron and Jonny Paterson talk about their experiences in Pittsburgh in year one, gaining the skills they'd need to excel in the industry.