NYU Los Angeles offers a tailored set of courses that provide a range of views into the entertainment and media industries in such areas as production, regulation, business, and criticism. The courses have been selected to be appropriate and useful for a wide range of students planning careers in these industries, whether as an artist, a producer, an analyst, or any number of other possibilities.
The NYU Los Angeles faculty is comprised of local professionals who bring decades of experience from the entertainment and media industries into the classroom. Their roles include executives, producers, writers, and lawyers. Small class sizes allow students to receive individualized attention and provide an ideal setting for fostering collaboration. Students will also benefit from listening to guest speakers who are at the forefront of their fields.
Our Classes Currently in Rotation Include:
CAS: Experiential Learning Seminar (required along with internship)
GALLATIN: Film, Race, and Representation; Today Was a Good Day: LA Music From Central Avenue to the Hollywood Bowl; Hollywood Now: The Intersection of Fame, Power, Race, and Representation
SHANGHAI IMA: Real-Time Media Concepts and Production
STEINHARDT MCC: Television: History and Form; Media Audiences; Copyright, Culture, and Commerce; Fame
STEINHARDT MUSIC BUSINESS: Business Structure of the Music Industry; Music Publishing
STERN: Movie Marketing; Digital Business Strategy; Entertainment Law
TANDON IDM: Interactive Narrative
TISCH FILM AND TV: Script Analysis; Producing for Film and Television; History of Animation
TISCH RECORDED MUSIC: Music Supervision for Filmmakers and Creative Entrepreneurs