The curriculum covers a wide variety of arts administrative topics. Classes are taught by university faculty and professional guest faculty members. Students receive the opportunity to participate in a series of scholarly and practical activities which result in the combination of knowledge and experience necessary to compete in today’s job market upon completion of the program.
The Arts Administration program provides a solid curriculum of national standard, which focuses on practical applications and philosophies of nonprofit management necessary to prepare each student with the skills and knowledge to pursue a professional leadership position in the field of arts administration. Professional assistantships, individual tutorials, and direct access to master teachers are combined to create a practical learning methodology. Faculty and professional guests exemplify excellence in teaching, scholarship, and professional contributions to the field of arts administration. This creates an exhilarating environment which enhances learning, stimulates and enriches faculty and students, and provides a pathway for lifelong learning.