You’re a mover. A shaker. An idea-driven thought leader. You happily accept the phrases “good enough” and “the way it’s always been done” as personal challenges.
If you’re interested in forging your own professional path — and want to learn the practical, real-world steps required to make it happen — we’re here to help. You’ll not only learn fundamentals, whether it’s business planning or how to examine data, but you’ll also dive into specialized topics and explore your own unique ideas.
Being a part of the Full Sail community means immersing yourself in a vast network of creative professionals. By providing coursework based on real businesses and scenarios, our programs help you develop the kinds of entrepreneurial skills you’ll use long after your degree program is complete.
Students learn how to collect, analyze, and interpret Big Data using a variety of tools and technologies – allowing them to demonstrate their abilities as business intelligence professionals.
In this program, students build a well-rounded understanding of topics specific to the entertainment industry, including media products and distribution, business finance, and entertainment law.
Students use case studies and in-depth industry research to gain a better understanding of what makes a successful business thrive in the entertainment world.
This program leads students from the initial conceptual stage of a tech or creative product service, all the way to a full-fledged business plan that can be pitched to potential investors.
Students learn the fundamentals of marketing, plus the tools and tactics to connect with audiences through all online media channels.
In this program, students use practical applications and advanced techniques to master search engine optimization, online branding, social networks, and more.
Students will study Internet-specific marketing strategies and consumer behavior. Credits in this certificate are transferable to the online Internet Marketing master’s program.
Students learn about roles in the industry through music-specific subjects like artist management, music copyright and publishing, music business models, and concert management.