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Arts Management

The Arts Management Program is coordinated with a major in art history, studio art, music, dance, theatre arts, English, English and creative writing, modern languages and literatures, anthropology, or history. The purpose of the program is to give students theoretical knowledge and practical experience in arts management and museum studies within the framework of a liberal arts education. Candidates may enter the program at the time they declare their major, usually at the end of the sophomore year. A minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.300 is required. Selection will be based on an interview with the program director and the chair of the department in which the student is majoring.

Course Descriptions

 

The Arts Management Certificate
(21-23 semester hours)

Required:
ARMG 105    (4)    Introduction to Arts Management
ARMG 141    (1)    Arts Management Practicum I
THTR 102     (3)    Public Speaking

Choose 1 of the following courses:
ARMG 341    (3)    Arts Management Practicum III
ARMG 377    (3)    Internship


Choose 1 of the following courses:
ARMG 121    (1)    New York Arts
IART 101      (1)    Fine Arts Workshop

Choose 1 of the following courses:
ARMG 213    (3)    Introduction to Museums: History and Practice
ARMG 217    (3)    Performing Arts Management
ARMG 221    (3)    The Art and Antiquities Marketplace
ARMG 311    (3)    Leadership of Arts Organizations

Choose 2 additional three-credit courses in arts management and/or courses from the following electives:
ARTS 213    (3)    Digital Design I
BUSN 127    (4)    Accounting I
BUSN 150    (4)    Marketing and Social Media
BUSN 205    (4)    Management and Human Resources
PHIL 236      (3)    Philosophy and the Arts
THTR 202    (3)    Business and Professional Speaking

NOTE: For the arts management certificate, the P/CR/NC grading option may not be exercised for required ARMG courses. Additional information about the P/CR/NC grading option is available under the Academic Regulations heading in this catalog.


Course Descriptions

ARMG 105

| Introduction to Arts Management

ARMG 121

| New York Arts

ARMG 141

| Arts Management Practicum I

ARMG 213

| Introduction to Museums: History and Practice

ARMG 217

| Performing Arts Management

ARMG 241

| Arts Management Practicum II

ARMG 261

| Directed Study

ARMG 311

| Leadership of Arts Organizations

ARMG 321

| Fundraising and Development in the Arts

ARMG 341

| Arts Management Practicum II

ARMG 361

| Special Study

ARMG 461

| Independent Study

BUSN 127

| Accounting I

BUSN 150

| Marketing and Social Media

BUSN 205

| Management and Human Resources

IART 101

| Fine Arts Workshop

PHlL 236

| Philosophy and the Arts

THTR 102

| Public Speaking

THTR 202

| Business and Professional Speaking