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Permit No. 34 Okla. City, OK

Where have ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS graduates been employed?

Non-Profit Org. U.S. Postage

“… this is show business. If you don’t have the business, you don’t have the show.”

Here are just a FEW examples …

- Ed. L. Payton

Entertainment Business students are selected through an application and interview process. Their curriculum includes a foundation of entertainment management courses and business courses (offered through OCU’s AACSB accredited Business School) supported by liberal arts general education courses. Additionally, students select an entertainment business track for their junior and senior years. Tracks are matched to students’ interests and focus enrollment for career preparation in Event Planning, Entertainment Pre-Law, Talent Management, or Entertainment Enterprise.

• Oklahoma City Museum of Art • Chesapeake Boathouse • Factor 110 – Event and Destination Coordination

Talent Management • Deseta Casting, NYC • Hard Rock Hotels, Las Vegas – Talent Buyer • BEST Agency, Las Vegas – Entertainment Coordination

Law • Indiana Attorney General’s Office

Entertainment Enterprise • OKC Thunder – Entertainment Coordination • Paramount Pictures • 87AM, NYC – Advertising Agency • Bord Gais Energy Theater, Ireland – Audience Development • Tony Awards – Social Media 405-208-5644

OKCU Entertainment Business: Setting the standard for entertainment management

The Ann Lacy School of American Dance and ENTERTAINMENT is dedicated to preparing students to be employed!

Event Planning

Edith Kinney Gaylord Center 2501 N. Blackwelder • Oklahoma City, OK 73106

President/CEO Celebrity Attractions

Event Planning Track Event planning professionals are employed in all areas of the entertainment industry: conventions, meetings, weddings, fashion shows, business events and more. Prepare for an exciting career that gives you fantastic versatility!

Entertainment Pre-Law Track Entertainment lawyers are employed in television, film, stage, sports, and various other entertainment industries to handle contracts and legal matters. Prepare for law school and a career that puts you in an environment where decisions are made.

Talent Management Track

Entertainment Enterprise Track

Talent managers are employed in all areas of the entertainment industry as casting agents, talent buyers, talent management, personal business management, and more. Prepare for a career that connects you with performers and celebrities!

The entertainment industry is so vast that graduates can be employed in the areas of sports entertainment, venue management, touring performances, film, entrepreneurship, church service presentations, and more. With department permission, customize a track to prepare for the career of your dreams.

Entertainment Business  

The Ann Lacy School of American Dance and Entertainment, Oklahoma City University

Entertainment Business  

The Ann Lacy School of American Dance and Entertainment, Oklahoma City University