Arts and Entertainment Management graduates follow careers in both the for-profit and nonprofit arts sectors, such as marketing, fundraising, new venture creation, touring & festival management, event planning, arts agent, art gallery manager, public relations and much more. The Arts and Entertainment Management major provides career training and practical experience for those with a passion for the arts and business.
Outcome 1: Students will demonstrate the ability to express oneself, both aurally and written in a variety of forms related to the field of arts management and administration.
Outcome 2: Students will implement core concepts of community cultural development in practical situations by using applied learning.
Outcome 3: Students will develop critical and creative thinking skills and apply them to classroom, community and professional projects.
Outcome 4: Students will identify and understand effective methods of organizational development.
Outcome 5: Students will have the capacity to advocate based on research and critical analyses of public policy issues in arts and culture.
Outcome 6: Students will demonstrate fundamental knowledge in a variety of art and business practices.
22-24 credits of Arts Management and Business courses.
Students may choose to include a professional internship as part of their program of study.
Any admitted undergraduate student may choose this minor.