MS in Media Management
Master of Science in Media Management
Wagner College’s master’s program in media management produces leaders and innovators in the media industry. This multi-billion-dollar global business includes film, television, music, video games, publishing, web, mobile, and more.
By integrating theory and practice, the program provides graduates with a keen understanding of the dynamic linkage between the creative arts and the business of financing, producing, and distributing creative work. And, the MS in Media Management prepares students to manage media enterprises driven by ever-evolving technological developments and rapid globalization.
The program’s coursework will be offered at Wagner College’s Manhattan location and at the main Staten Island campus.
Wagner College’s MS in Media Management promotes its students’ success by offering classes that integrate theory and practical experience. Class sizes are limited to 12–16 bright and highly motivated students, ensuring tailored attention to each student’s interests and needs.
In the program, students will:
The program also includes an elective opportunity allowing students to learn first-hand how the media industry operates internationally, through trips abroad to participate in seminars and workshops with media professionals from those countries.
The program comprises 30 credits, grouped in two tiers:
Tier I: Core Curriculum (15 credits)
Tier II: Media Management Concentration Courses (15 credits)
- BU 617 Economics for Managers
- BU 625 Communicating Leadership
- BU 652 Strategic Management
- BU 668 Business Internship
- BU 669 Strategic Leadership
- MM 591 Digital Transformation in Media Industries
- MM 633 Media Law, Contract Negotiation and Drafting
- MM 642 The Film and Television Industry
- MM 643 The Publishing Industry
- MM 644 Planning, Producing and Marketing a Media Venture
- MM 647 The Business of Video Games
MM 648 Digital Transformation
MM 649 Social Media Branding and Influencer Strategy
MM 650 Media Venture I
MM 652 Using Media Data and Analytics
MM 653 Media Dealmaking and Entrepreneurship
MM 654 The Future of Media Technology
MM 655 Curating and Creating Content
All prospective students must demonstrate prior exposure to media disciplines, such as through work, performances, proven avocation, or prior coursework.
Criteria for admission include undergraduate GPA, work experience, letters of recommendation, and a personal statement. An interview is also required.
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