Innovative through practice
Interdisciplinary by design
Students will learn how their skills in the creative arts and arts management transfer beyond the stage and studio and are being applied to emerging fields including creative placemaking, arts + technology, arts + health, arts sustainability, and arts for social change. Upon completion of the program, students will be prepared to take charge of their artistic careers and help shape the world of tomorrow.
ARTS MANAGEMENT CO-MAJOR
Designed to create strategic arts managers with the skills to become leaders in the Arts. Divided into three tracks, students are able to develop additional skills in general business or entrepreneurship.
ARTS MANAGEMENT MINOR
Develop skills in management, marketing, development, engagement, and entrepreneurship. Students gain additional skills from professional situations through a required arts management internship.
ARTS ENTREPRENEURSHIP MINOR
The arts entrepreneurship minor exposes students to entrepreneurial thinking skills that can be applied to creating a new arts venture, adding value to an existing arts organization, and developing opportunities for the individual artist.