As a student in CSU's online Master of Arts Leadership and Cultural Management program, you will receive the same education, learn from the same faculty, and earn the same regionally accredited degree as students on campus. Additionally, you can expect a program with:
- An Award-Winning Program: Recognized as a Top 10 leadership program in the U.S. by HR.com, the Master of Arts Leadership and Administration degree received a 2016 Leadership Excellence Award for exceptional leadership development.
- A Community Focus: We emphasize relationship building between artists and the public to foster passion and appreciation for the arts in our communities, and to ensure investment in arts creation and preservation.
- A Broad Application: Courses supplement the practical training most arts professionals receive by teaching analytical thinking skills that help you apply what you learn to a broad range of organizations and circumstances.
- Expert Faculty: Our program is led and taught by Constance Devereaux, who is known globally as both a practitioner in the field and progressive researcher of leadership in the arts.
- A Customizable Curriculum: You can choose from a wide range of course options and take elective credits specific to your desired career path or personal interests.
- Two Ways to Earn Your Degree: Students can choose to earn their master's degree by studying online or by attending classes at the Denver Learning Center.
- Practical Training Opportunities: Required internships allow for well-rounded practical training, enabling you to apply what you learn in the classroom to real-world scenarios.
- A Strong Foundation: This degree is offered through CSU's LEAP Institute for the Arts which guides this program's curriculum with its four basic principles of leadership, entrepreneurship, arts advocacy, and the public.
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