As one of the largest exports in the United States, the media and art industries provide a growing number of jobs in this diverse field. Graduates from The Institute for Communication, Entertainment & Media qualify for a variety of leadership positions in the media and art worlds. Opportunities abound in traditional media such as radio and television for students who seek careers “on the air,” as well as those who want to work behind the scenes in production in addition to corporate communications.South Florida is emerging as an international arts center with an abundance of cultural and arts institutions that require serious professionals to manage the art industry. As the industry grows, professional opportunities in art marketing, curating and general management are increasing in South Florida and internationally.

Broadcast and cable television and radio as well as advertising and public relations offer careers for writers, producers, directors, technicians, radio announcers, news and account executives. Recent graduates have also proven to be extremely competitive in the exploding field of digital communications. In fact, the versatility of this field allows graduates to find careers in Internet management, corporate advertising and public relations, teaching, journalism, playwriting, audio production and industrial video production.

The Institute for Communication, Entertainment & Media offers students Undergraduate, Graduate and Certificate programs focused on developing professional comprehensive communicators who are leaders in diverse communication and arts specialties.

Programs emphasize the highest standards of academic quality and innovation while acknowledging the complexity of the communication process, particularly the needs of multicultural audiences and incorporate the diverse educational, professional and cultural resources within the University and the South Florida Community.

Upcoming Events:

Documentaries for a Social Change: An Examination of Blooming Hope 

An academic presentation on how documentaries can serve as vehicles of social change and how Blooming Hope has sparked transformation in the communities of Haiti.

By Dr. Marcela Moyano

Monday, November 26, 2012
11 am - 12 noon.
Main Library Atrium
A Night of Hope

An evening featuring the on-campus premier of the faculty/student produced documentary Blooming Hope 

Saturday, December 1, 2012
6:00 pm
School of Law Moot Court Room

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