The School of Arts Management and Humanities offers a distinctive combination of theory; studio and project based courses, as well as work-based experience. The BA Arts Management programme aims to build a reserve of trained arts managers and administrators with the vision, foresight and creativity to move the arts forward in Jamaica and the Caribbean.
❖ To prepare students for professional careers in arts management and arts administration.
❖ To offer a distinctive combination of theory, hands-on and project based courses, as well as studio practice experience.
❖ To build a reserve of trained arts managers and administrators with the vision, foresight and creativity to move the arts forward in Jamaica and the Caribbean.
Introduction to the Visual and Performing Arts Practice I and II
Principles of Accounting l and II
Introduction to Arts Management I and II
Fundamentals of English
Introduction to Spanish I and II
The Self: Ethics and Creativity
Critical Thinking and Expository Writing
Caribbean Culture & Identity
Introduction to Arts Marketing
Managing Our Resources: Libraries, Museums, Theatres and Art Galleries
Facilities Management for Arts Managers
Financial Management for Arts Managers
Organizations and Human Resource Management I and II
Museums and Art Education
Fundamentals of Event Planning
Intellectual Property and the Legal Framework of Business
Business & Strategic Planning for the Arts
Business and Professional Communication
Contemporary Issues in the Creative Industries
Arts, Culture and Tourism in the Caribbean
Event Management and Media Strategies I and II
Project Management for Arts Managers
Quality in Arts Management
Arts and Culture: Policy Development
Entrepreneurship and the Arts
Issues In Community Arts Management
Arts Management Forum: 1 Creative Yaad
Independent Study Project Development l and I
Arts Management Seminar l and II
The Registry is the point of entry for all new and returning students to the EMCVPA and admissions information is available all year round in the Department. Refer to the Registry at ext. 2171 or by email [email protected], for the most current admissions information.
Admission to the BA and AA in Arts Management aligns with the general admission procedures of the College. The minimum entry requirement is 5 CSEC subjects; English Language is compulsory.