This is an urban campus of about 30,000 students, many of whom are commuters. Atlanta has been nicknamed the "Hollywood of the South" and Georgia State is now offering a number of media related programs such as this innovative mix of business and media: Media Entrepreneurship.
From their website:
The interdisciplinary major concentration in Media Entrepreneurship prepares students for entry into a changing media environment with an understanding of current business dynamics and opportunities. Students will gain grounding in the skills they need to start their own businesses and to bring innovative and entrepreneurial thinking to traditional media organizations. Throughout the program, students will examine organizational culture, emerging and traditional business models, opportunities and challenges presented by the start-up climate, and will discuss how to leverage digital media tools in an entrepreneurial context.
Test-optional Does Not Mean Test Blind
by Jed Applerouth, PhD on January 15, 2019 in Admissions, Jed Said, Test Prep
What does it mean for students when a college adopts a test-optional admissions policy? Does testing become irrelevant for all students applying to that institution? Not remotely. Admissions tests continue to play a pivotal role at many test-optional colleges and universities. Let’s take a closer look at these policies and how they work.
For many colleges, adopting a test-optional admissions policy can be beneficial, and and we can expect more schools to consider such policies in the future. Test-optional schools tend to see the following changes in their admissions patterns:
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