Arts Administration, MA
The University of Akron’s Arts Administration Graduate Program is designed to prepare students for successful careers in all disciplines of the non-profit arts. The strength of the program lies in a commitment to balancing theoretical study in the classroom with application through practical experiences and internships.
For information on the master's program in Arts Administration contact Professor James Slowiak, Interim Coordinator, Arts Administration at (330) 972-5909 or email@example.com
- Complete the general requirements for admission to the Graduate School.
- Complete an undergraduate major in the area of proposed graduate work or equivalent work as approved by the coordinator of the graduate arts administration/theatre program.
- Statement of purpose (no more than 300 words) summarizing background and outlining career goals.
Applications accepted on a rolling basis. All application materials must be received by March 15 for fall enrollment and to be considered for Graduate Assistanships.
|Required Arts Administration Courses||21|
|Research & Writing Techniques|
|Colloquium on the Arts|
|Principles of Arts Administration|
|Fund Raising & Grantsmanship in the Arts|
|Arts Administration Practices & Policies|
|Legal Aspects of Arts Administrators|
|Internship and Master's Thesis/Project||9|
|Management Courses (Choose three credits from the following)||3|
|Managing People in Organizations|
|Marketing/Finance Courses (Choose three credits from the following)||3|
|Fundraising & Resource Management|
|Urban Economic Growth & Development|
|Customer Relationship Management|
|Contemporary Public Relations|