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Pursue your passion!
Get a business degree that explores film, television, music, hotel, casino, and amusement park business models and the companies creating those experiences.
The Entertainment and Hospitality Management (EHM) undergraduate program highlights the entertainment media and hospitality industries’ distinctive characteristics in technology, law, accounting, finance, human resources, process and project management, and operations. When completing the program a student will receive a Bachelor of Arts, Business Administration from an AACSB accredited college.
CSUF’s Southern California location puts students close to the top media and hospitality firms. Industry experts and high-level executives visit our classrooms, interacting and partnering with students on projects. Our proximity gives students tremendous access to jobs and internships.
The program is one of three parts of the EHM community. The second, the Center for Entertainment and Hospitality Management , supports the academic program with:
The third part is the student group, Behind the Scenes, promoting a strong student community and providing even more opportunities for students to engage and socialize with industry members.
We are dedicated to helping you pursue your passion.
The following courses are required for Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration students choosing the EHM concentration:
|BUAD 360||Entertainment Money Management||3 units|
|MGMT 365||Entertainment Business||3 units|
|MGMT 446||Entertainment Law||3 units|
|MGMT 470||Entertainment Operations||3 units|
|MGMT 471||Hospitality & Tourism Management||3 units|
TOTAL UNITS for EHM concentration
An EHM program advisor must approve the elective. Any CSUF 300- or 400-level course that supports the program’s business focus on the entertainment media and/or hospitality industries will be considered. Please see Approved Electives list.
2017-18 catalog listing all courses required for a BABA with a concentration in Entertainment and Hospitality Management.