UTLA is an intensive, immersive educational experience. In addition to their internships, students take classes from professionals working in the industry, hear from experienced alumni, and get pre-professional training.
UTLA students enroll in a full-time course load of classes taught at the Wofford Denius UTLA Center for Entertainment & Media Studies. The UTLA curriculum is designed to foster a robust understanding of the entertainment industry as a whole. All classes are taught by established professionals.
- RTF 347C: How Hollywood Works, taught by Stuart Pollok
- RTF 348: Telling and Selling the Story, taught by Diana Kerew-Shaw
- RTF 348: Inside the Music Industry, taught by Drew Ferrante
- RTF 348: New Media and Emerging Entertainment, taught by James Fino
- ADV 378 / PR 378: Discoverability: How to Get Noticed in Hollywood (Entertainment Press and Public Relations), taught by Cynthia Lieberman
- RTF 348: Working Hollywood Writer (SUMMER ONLY), taught by Barbara Friend
UTLA Internship Credit: RTF 350L, RTF 650L, COM 350L, COM 650L, taught by Mira Lippold-Johnson