The Media and Technology Program combines a rich and varied curriculum with unparalleled exposure to the media and technology industries. Courses across divisions are taught by both full-time faculty members and adjunct professors who bring real-world experience to the classroom. The Media and Technology Program supports a range of activities, including student mentoring lunches, industry panels, and alumni gatherings, providing students with professional development opportunities and acting as a bridge between industry and academia. Most events are a collaboration with one or more student groups including the Media Management Association, Technology Club, and Sports Business Association.
Each monthly seminar includes a presentation and discussion of a research paper by notable researchers from across the U.S. and the world. Program activities are supported by the Media and Technology Forum, an invited group of senior-level executives established in 2005 to facilitate the exchange of ideas and best practices among industry executives and investors and thought leaders from relevant academic disciplines.