You'll explore multiple facets of this rapidly growing field and gain considerable practical experience. The program requires 19 credit hours of interdisciplinary courses on topics such as audience development, fundraising, marketing, grant writing, programming and presenting, and analysis of multiple artistic forms, such as music, theatre and visual arts. Upon graduation, you'll open the door to administrative positions for both nonprofit and for-profit organizations.
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CollegeArts & Sciences