The Master of Arts in Arts Administration program offers a broad arts administration education as well as focus within specific areas of practice. The program fosters leadership and management skills, explores processes of innovation and creativity, examines networks and sources of support, while drawing on sound business and administrative training. The program also makes use of local dynamic arts institutions and the smaller entrepreneurial arts and cultural organizations. Students will receive the background to lead arts and cultural organizations such as theaters, galleries, museums, arts and culture festivals, arts centers, arts councils, local and regional arts boards, dance companies, community arts and cultural organizations, and musical ensembles including symphonies, orchestras, jazz and choral groups.
The Master of Arts degree in Theatre and Dance includes a three-year part-time program of advanced studies in theatre and dance, designed to provide specialized training in research methods and assessment, pedagogical foundations of teaching artistry, artistic practice and inquiry, and community engagement.
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