The Bachelor of Science (BS) degree in media and entertainment arts provides graduates an opportunity to enhance skills and employment options in the multibillion-dollar media and entertainment arts industries. The curriculum reflects the multidisciplinary collaboration and interdisciplinary approach necessary for success across the media and entertainments arts and other collaborative arts and sciences, including video production and arts, sound and recording arts, interactive and emerging media, visual and performing arts, computer and electrical technology, and business.
Media and Entertainment Arts (Media and Entertainment Arts Management) BS Degree Requirements (120 hours)
Media and Entertainment Arts (Media and Entertainment Arts Management) BS Semester Guide
Availability: Hattiesburg Campus
Program Academic Policies and Requirements:
The optional internship course (COM 429 ) provides supervised experiential learning in a professional setting. Eligible students must submit an internship application prior to the midpoint of the semester preceding the requested internship. Students should meet with the school’s internship coordinator to discuss internship options.