The Arts & Cultural Management and Museums Studies Program consists of two undergraduate minors (ACM, Museum Studies) and three graduate offerings (M.A. in ACM&MS, graduate certificate in MS, graduate certificate in ACM). Our program uniquely combines museum studies and arts management curricula, and as such draws diverse cohorts of students from across the performing arts, visual arts, and music, but also from the sciences, history, anthropology, and more. At each stage of the program,...
The Master of Arts degree in Arts and Cultural Management is a multidisciplinary degree administered by the College of Arts and Letters that prepares students for leadership positions related to the management and advocacy of arts and cultural organizations or industry dimensions of an artistic and humanistic entrepreneurial career. Students will choose from a concentration within the program for deeper exposure to artistic and cultural management depending on their area of interest.
Use your knowledge of the performing arts to become a leader in the industry through comprehensive training, including intensive interdisciplinary courses in business and philanthropic development at NYU Stern and NYU Wagner. Our seasoned faculty and community of innovators equips graduates with skills that lead to diverse positions at some of the world’s greatest institutions.
Visual Arts Administration MA program was the first in the nation to focus on visual arts management careers in both traditional and alternative contexts. The program prepares leaders for a broad range of arts organizations. It takes into account the cultural and economic impact of the visual arts, nationally and internationally, as well as the challenges facing the arts today.
Northeastern University College of Arts, Media & Design
The interdisciplinary Master of Science in Arts Administration and Cultural Entrepreneurship (AACE) is a 100% online graduate program that prepares arts leaders with the administrative, analytical, and technological skill sets necessary to excel within the complex, interdependent arts ecosystem.
Develop an entrepreneurial mindset for the business side of entertainment, media, and arts. Connect your creative expertise with business practices tailored for the creative sector, including marketing, finance, and law. Refine your leadership and collaboration skills and be a business trailblazer, whether you’re working with a theater company, fashion designer, media company, production studio, or museum.
O'Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs: Indiana University
It takes more than passion to successfully lead an arts organization. Future arts administrators need business acumen, marketing expertise, and management skills to tackle the art world's greatest challenges.
As a MAAA student, you’ll learn from top scholars in arts management and cultural policy. In addition to being committed educators, O'Neill faculty members are highly regarded by their peers in the arts management industry and at academic institutions across the country. Combining...
The mission of the Arts and Cultural Management (ACM) graduate program is to build on Pratt Institute's international reputation for developing creative leaders. Our program mission is to develop leaders able to use their creativity strategically to foster creative expression, build creative community, and shape a commerce of ideas and images in an increasingly mediated world. The program is designed to emphasize the importance of cultivating creative capital by bridging the "three C’s":...
To reshape the landscape of the creative sector, arts managers and professionals need the ability to think and work as entrepreneurs. The Entrepreneurship in the Arts MA program enables creative and artistically-minded students to imagine, identify, and build enterprises that will form and sustain the arts and culture worlds of the future.
This MA is the only postgraduate degree of its kind in Scotland. It is designed as a conversion degree and we welcome applications from those who have not studied management previously. The course’s flexible study options and diverse curriculum make it particularly suitable if you are already working in the sector or wish to do so while studying.
How will arts and cultural managers shape the futures of their fields? This course will help you become the person to answer that question. On...