Performing Arts Administration, MA
The program requires 30 credit hours of coursework, including a final capstone project, and a two-week summer residency. The period necessary for completion of the program comprises four consecutive terms: Summer I, Fall, Spring, and Summer II. The successful applicant may opt to take this Program in a one-year period in four consecutive terms or over a two-year period. If the two year period is chosen, the first summer mini-residency consisting of ARTM 450 and ARTM 455 is a pre-requisite to continue with the other courses. In addition ARTM 495 must be taken as the last course.
Students must maintain a 3.0 cumulative GPA. The minimum passing grade in all ARTM classes for a student pursuing the Master’s degree is B-.
After completing all other required courses, the student will design a Capstone Project consisting of both written and oral presentations. This project will integrate the learnings from program coursework and allow students to demonstrate their competency in applying solutions to a practical case study.
|ARTM 450||THE ARTISTIC COMPONENT||3|
|ARTM 455||ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND HUMAN RESOURCES||3|
|ARTM 460||MARKETING AND PUBLIC RELATIONS FOR ARTS MANAGEMENT||3|
|ARTM 465||FUNDAMENTALS OF FINANCE||3|
|ARTM 470||FACILITIES MANAGEMENT AND OPERATIONS||3|
|ARTM 475||FUNDRAISING AND DEVELOPMENT FOR ARTS ORGANIZATIONS||3|
|ARTM 480||TECHNOLOGY STRATEGY AND ITS ROLE IN THE ARTS||3|
|ARTM 485||EDUCATION AND COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT||3|
|ARTM 490||BUSINESS MANAGEMENT METHODS||3|
|ARTM 495||CAPSTONE:SYNTHESIS OF LEARNING||3|
|Total Credit Hours||30|