The Master of Arts Leadership and Cultural Management is a 32-credit program of study that includes a core curriculum focusing on arts leadership, community engagement, policy, and advocacy fundamentals. Students also take a minimum of 9 credits of approved electives that will customize their academic track to focus on their desired field of study, such as entrepreneurship, management, or communications.
Additionally, students are required to have two separate semester-long internships to round out their practical training. Academic advisors can help students identify an appropriate internship opportunity at a local, regional, national, or international arts organization in their area of specialization.
Program of Study
- Select course(s) from program list of approved courses in consultation with advisor and committee. Additional coursework may be required to fulfill prerequisites.