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O'Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs: Indiana University

Arts Management

The Bachelor of Science in Arts Management degree at Indiana University gives students a diverse set of relevant skills and experiences on an arts-rich campus, in the top public affairs school in the country, to help launch them into careers in arts management in the commercial, nonprofit, and public sectors.


Oberlin College & Conservatory

Arts Management

This program is still being developed and will be updated as more program information becomes available.


Ohio Northern University

International Theatre Production

Flexible curriculum – Receive a solid foundation in theatrical arts with the flexibility to pursue an area of interest, such as acting, directing/dramaturgy or technical theatre/stage management. Enhance your marketability with a double major or minor in arts administration or dance. Best of two worlds – Experience conservatory-style training with the big opportunities you’d find at a large university, but in a small and supportive campus environment. Quality productions – Take...


Point Park University

Sports, Arts & Entertainment Management

Point Park University’s sports, arts and entertainment management major in downtown Pittsburgh is among the most innovative business programs in the United States. In its program, you earn a Bachelor of Science business degree while focusing your studies in the thriving industries of sports, arts and live entertainment and marketing management. Being located in Downtown Pittsburgh puts our students in the heart of the SAEM industries — making some of sports' most-admired teams, world-class...


Purchase College

Arts Management

The BA program in arts management at Purchase College is designed for those with a passion for the arts with an interest in developing, managing, or producing artists and performers. Our arts management graduates are equipped with the knowledge, skills, experience, and confidence to advance further study in arts management or careers within the global, multi-billion-dollar arts, entertainment, and creative industries.


Rider University

Arts & Entertainment Industries Management

Rider’s Arts & Entertainment Industries Management (AEIM) program prepares students for a dynamic career in the ever-growing fields of arts & entertainment, blending their creative passion with the business know-how and theoretical context that makes them sought-after managers & effective leaders. Rider’s AEIM program lays the groundwork for them to explore thousands of opportunities for satisfying & rewarding careers – whether in the growing nonprofit arts sector or...


Roger Williams University

Arts Management

The program is a minor to serve students primarily in the arts programs -- visual arts, performing arts, literary arts -- as well as those architecture and historic preservation majors. Rhode Island punches above its weight in the arts -- close integration with local and regional arts and organizations is a hallmark of the program.


Seattle University

Interdisciplinary Arts with Specialization in Arts Leadership

The BA in Interdisciplinary Arts with Specialization in Arts Leadership is designed for students who want to create, manage, or administer creative activities within a specific arts discipline. The program combines classroom learning with an internship in a local arts organization so you’re ready for life after graduation, whether you want to run your own business as a working artist or work at a museum or theatre. Program highlights Flexibility: students balance the arts leadership core...


Shizuoka University of Art and Culture

Department of Art Management, Faculty of Cultural Policy and Management

Developing individuals capable of utilizing the power of culture and art in contemporary society Students focus on the two pillars of ‘Culture and Art,’ and ‘Policy and Management,’ from the perspectives of the humanities and social sciences. In the “Practical Application to Art Management” course, students produce museum exhibits and plays, and learn about stage management through practical experience. A balanced curriculum that includes both theory and practice helps students...


Showa University of Music

Undergraduate program

The first studying course in Japan specialized in arts management, with a history of more than 25 years. Many of its graduates are now active in the industry.