GLOBAL BA IN BUSINESS
OF CREATIVE ENTERPRISES
In this dual degree program, you will spend the first two years of your undergraduate experience in Lugano at Franklin University Switzerland, taking liberal arts and foundation courses, and your final two years at Emerson, completing a professional major in the Business of Creative Enterprises (BCE). Emerson’s BCE program teaches the art of business so that you graduate with the versatility to become a leader in the ever-growing creative industry. The undergraduate program at Franklin University, known for its immersive experiential learning program, gives students a high-quality liberal arts education with an international focus and unique academic travel courses. Your studies at Franklin will set you up for success at Emerson, where you will study finance, aesthetics, economics, collaboration, marketing, and more—both in the classroom and in the field—with a global perspective on the creative industries. Please note that students will apply directly to Franklin University for this program.
GLOBAL BA IN BUSINESS OF
In partnership with the International College of Management, Sydney, in Australia, Emerson is offering a Business of Creative Enterprises–inspired program that is eminently global and takes full advantage of the resources and premium locations offered by both institutions.
Through this program, you will be able to spend full semesters and summers in Sydney, Boston, and Los Angeles, taking classes with top faculty in business, management, and the creative industries, while becoming immersed in the life of companies and organizations from Australia and the US through intensive internship programs.
Business Studies for Communication and the Arts
Comedy Writing and Performance
Hearing and Deafness
Individually Designed Minor
Leadership and Management
Podcasting, Radio, and Streaming Media
Liberal Arts Minors
African American and Africana Studies
Digital Media and Culture
Global and Post-colonial Studies
Health and Society
Latin American and Latinx Studies
Music History and Culture
Peace and Social Justice
Psychoanalysis as Cultural Criticism
Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies