Between 2018 and 2019, the number of jobs in esports nearly doubled - growing a staggering 185%. In addition, there are numerous business jobs elsewhere in the games industry, including roles in distribution, research, sales, and marketing. The explosive growth in esports - and the attendant growth within the games industry which it has fueled - has created a demand for business professionals with a solid understanding of the nuances of the industry.

The eSports and Gaming major will allow students to develop skills and expertise not only in the functional areas, but in the specialty areas unique to eSports and Gaming Management. This will allow graduates to be strategically positioned to capture career opportunities and develop into dynamic eSports management professionals.

The Double Laser Program offers students the opportunity to earn an accelerated Master's degree in as little as one year after graduation, while also saving up to 30% on graduate school tuition.