RIM 6400 - International Entertainment Transactions3 credit hours
Prerequisite: Admission to the M.B.A. program; others - admission to a University graduate degree program and permission of department. Focuses on the critical areas of international law and business entrepreneurship as applied to the entertainment industry. Student investigates, via research and multi-national case studies, the details of what is necessary to achieve the global exploitation of creative content. Includes global research (including field research with professionals around the world) and case study reading and discussion culminating in the creation and written preparation of the Entertainment Transaction Proposal for presentation to angel investors as a start-up entity in a student-selected foreign territory.
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