The USC Marshall School of Business said Tuesday that it has launched a new four-year joint degree, Film Arts Business.
Along with the USC School of Cinematic Arts, first-year students and sprints admitted to USC Marshall can apply to enroll in the program and earn a Bachelor of Commerce in Cinematic Arts.
Courses include the future of digital media and entertainment and the business and management of games. Throughout the program, students will meet guest industry leaders, including executives from Hulu, FX, MTV Networks and Lionsgate Studios Television.
As part of the degree, students must complete an industry placement. Past internships include at Paramount Pictures, CAA, Universal Music Group, and more.
Marion Philadelphia is the academic director of the program.