Arts Management

Academic Year 2022-2023

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Interdisciplinary Concentration in Arts Management

Approachable by studio art, art history, music, theatre, and dance majors or minors and provides curricular links for students interested in further practical and academic experiences in the area of arts management. Faculty co-directors are the executive director of the Modlin Center for the Arts and the executive director of the University Museums.

Five units, including:

MUS 345/THTR 345/ARTH 345 Philanthropy in the Arts

MUS 388/THTR 388/ARTH 388 Internship

One unit, chosen from:

ARTH 322 Seminar in Museum Studies

MUS 310/THTR 310 Managing Performing Arts Organizations

One unit in accounting, chosen from:

ACCT 201 Fundamentals of Financial Accounting

ACCT 202 Fundamentals of Managerial Accounting

MKT 320 Principles of Marketing

Students are expected to fulfill all prerequisites necessary for courses within the minor. Prerequisites do not count toward the minor unless otherwise noted. Courses in accounting and marketing may be taken in the School of Business, the School of Professional and Continuing Studies, or by transfer in consultation with one of the concentration's coordinators. A concentration coordinator should be consulted for approval of the internship as appropriate for the concentration.

The arts management coordinators may be consulted for additional recommended courses in areas of arts, business, or leadership that support the student's particular area of interest. An arts course in an area other than a student's major or minor is encouraged, and may include applied music study or music ensembles.