Entertainment and Arts Management
Program Goals and Objectives
With this program’s interdisciplinary courses in accounting, business finance and law, entrepreneurial planning, and general arts venue management—all through the lens of your chosen concentration—you’ll gain the historical, administration, and aesthetic knowledge to excel as a leader in your chosen fine arts field.
The entertainment and arts management major offers six areas of concentration, all of which have a business and economics curriculum backbone. Each concentration requires a capstone project and internship, meaning you’ll graduate prepared for advanced education or for work in myriad cultural institutions, equipped with real-world experience and business acumen for a competitive edge. Our alumni work for museums and galleries, professional theater, recording and sound production companies, opera and dance companies, symphony orchestras, critical publications, community arts organizations, and more.