Why Study Arts Administration at 澳门六合彩?

Students who are passionate about translating their creativity into a career will thrive in our comprehensive graduate arts administration program.

  • "HYBRID" format - a mix of online, in-person and hybrid course options allow for you to stay flexible while receiving the highest quality instruction possible. Many students continue to work while they study in our programs. 
  • Full-time or part-time program options allow you to accelerate at the pace that works best for you.
  • A Jesuit approach to teaching and learning that emphasizes experience, community engagement and social justice.
  • Innovative partnerships with nationwide arts & culture partners allow for students to learn high-demand, high-growth specializations "on the job" through practicum experiences. 
  • Opportunities for short-term travel (domestic and international) allow students the opportunity to expand their understanding of the world and how a global mindset can impact their own communities.

Our 36 credit-hour program leads to a Masters in Science in Arts Administration. Coursework highlights key areas in the arts, culture and non-profit industries including marketing, financial management, community engagement and more.

Many of our Arts Administration students work full time while studying part-time in the program. Others choose a full-time course of study and work part-time in the community. 

If you are seeking additional certification, we offer a 100% Online Advanced Certificate in Creative and Not-for-Profit Administration(details below). Students who complete the advanced certificate can transfer those 15 credits into the full MS Arts Adminsitration program upon completion. 

 

 

Today's world needs exceptional arts and culture leaders. Rooted in the Jesuit tradition of being people for others, our new 100% online Advanced Certificate in Creative and Not-for-Profit Administration includes coursework in community engagement, financial management, marketing and more. 

The 15-credit curriculum can be transferred later into our full Master of Science in Arts Administration, for students who want to continue their studies upon completing the certificate.

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Designed with working people in mind, the 100% Online Advanced Certificate will provide emerging orchestra professionals an opportunity to dive into the most crucial elements of orchestra management.The 15-credit program will introduce post-baccalaureate students to the many facets of managing orchestras in the 21st century, including coursework in financial management, fundraising, organizational governance, marketing, leadership and human resources.

Opportunities to connect, network and partner with community agencies are common in our programs. In addition to guest lectures, events and project placements, students enrolled in the M.S. in Arts Administration will complete an Arts Administration Consulting Practicum. During the course, students will consult with an arts organization on a specific project with concrete deliverables at the conclusion of the semester.

Our list of community partners is constantly expanding and we welcome opportunities for our students to explore placements locally, nationally and internationally.

Our faculty are talented academically, practitioners in the arts and dedicated to your success. Given our hybrid format, we enjoy adjunct and guest lecturers from around the world. Students are assigned a designated advisor at the beginning of their studies. 

Hear from Our Students

Our students come to the program as motivated arts & culture professionals who graduate with skill sets to lead organizations to sustainable change, growth and longevity. Our alumni showcase our program best, representing the diverse backgrounds and interests that are drawn to study at 澳门六合彩.

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