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Arts Extension Service, University of Massachusetts Amherst

Arts Management Certificate

Arts Management is the work required to run a non-profit arts organization, such as a museum, performing arts center, theater, pop-up gallery, public art project and more. We don’t make the art, we present it!  Arts managers perform behind the scenes work including marketing, fundraising, community outreach, grantwriting, planning, and programming. This work can include curating, creating education programs, planning festivals, and promoting the work of artists and musicians or projects...

Certificate

Arts Extension Service, University of Massachusetts Amherst

Bachelor’s Degree with a concentration in Arts Management

Welcome to the nation's only online bachelor's degree with a focus in arts management. The Arts Extension Service is the nation’s leading educator in Arts Management programs that suit your unique needs. Custom-built for arts managers, artists, civic leaders and those just entering the field, this degree will help you advance your career in non-profit arts administration, gallery management, or as the owner/manager of an arts organization, program or business. And best of all, our...

BA

Auburn University

Theatre Management

The BFA in Theatre Management is designed for students pursuing professional careers as stage and production managers for theatres, concert venues, theme parks, and other related fields.

BFA

Baldwin Wallace College

Arts Management and Entrepreneurship

Elevate your talent, creativity and passion for the arts to the next level through Baldwin Wallace’s distinctive arts management & entrepreneurship major. BW’s strategically designed program gives you the skills needed to become an artistic leader of tomorrow. With dual-benefit emphasis in business and the arts, the program gives you a fundamental and comprehensive palette of creative, analytical and entrepreneurial skills you can apply to not-for-profit and for-profit sectors....

BA

students earning their arts administration degree

Baldwin Wallace College

Arts Management

All Arts Management minors are required to complete a total of 5 credits in a chosen arts discipline. All five credits must be in one discipline. Students may choose from the following arts disciplines: Art, English- Creative Writing, Dance, Film Studies, Music or Theatre.

Minor

Butler University

Arts Administration

Our Arts Administration program is one of the oldest and most comprehensive in the nation. We’re a community of doers, dedicated to supporting the arts by putting audiences in front of artists. Course work combines in-depth study of a chosen art form, or for generalists, study in each artistic discipline, with classes in business, non-profit management, and communications to prepare graduates for the many varied opportunities in a career advocating for the arts. At the heart of the rich arts...

BS

Capilano University

Arts and Entertainment Management

The Arts and Entertainment Management diploma and certificate programs provide students with the skills, experience and contacts necessary to gain employment in the industry.

Certificate

Clarion University of Pennsylvania

Arts & Entertainment Management

The Bachelor of Science in integrative studies arts and entertainment management concentration is a degree intended for those interested in a career on the business side of the arts. Agents, bookers, producers, managers and marketers provide the structure in which the arts can thrive, whether in a theatre setting, a concert venue, museum or gallery and is the fastest growing area in the arts both in the commercial and not-for-profit sectors. The program requires foundation studies in an arts...

BS

Clemson University

Production Studies in Performing Arts

The Performing Arts Bachelor of Arts degree is a nationally distinctive program that will prepare you for a career in many aspects of the arts. The curriculum offers separate concentrations in audio technology, music, and theatre. Classes combine studies in performance, technology, production, arts administration, theory, and history into a unified program of study. In addition to discipline-specific concentrations, all performing arts students at Clemson take core classes within the major that...

BA

College Charleston

College of Charleston

Arts Management

Established in 1997, the Arts Management Program at the College of Charleston is the only such program in South Carolina and one of the largest in the South Atlantic region to offer undergraduate study with a major and a minor in arts management, an optional concentration in the music industry, and a graduate certificate in Arts and Cultural Management. The Program is uniquely situated in a vibrant city with a flourishing arts community. Students have numerous opportunities for internships,...

BA