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Television Management

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An Alumni Story: Brian Laverty, CNN
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Today's television and media industries are some of the most competitive and fastest growing in the world. This has created new opportunities for those who can manage, market and create for convergent media.

The Paul F. Harron Graduate Program in Television Management offers two graduate study options that prepare you for demanding television and media industries by featuring flexible scheduling and evening classes: the MS in Television Management and the dual MS/ MBA. The MS degree offers a solid grounding in business management and specialized courses in the management of television and evolving media hybrids. The dual MS/ MBA option allows you to integrate fundamental business course content with the practice of television and new media industries and gives you the advantage of also earning the renowned Drexel MBA.

Ultimately, we believe the way you learn is by doing. You'll get hands-on management experience through internships in commercial broadcast television stations, cable companies, independent production companies, public media companies, and evolving media hybrids that operate in the region and beyond. The program combines practical and academic experience in courses such as Television Production, Audience Measurement, TV Programming, Media Law, Broadcast and Cable Sales, Money and the Media, Emerging TV Technology, and Media Ethics.

For additional information on scholarships, fellowships and admission requirements, visit Graduate Admissions.

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