Program Overview

Students specializing in Arts Management develop the knowledge and skills needed to pursue professional pathways grounded in the arts. In this concentration, students focus on the curation, presentation, and promotion of art.

 

Major Requirements

 

Visual Literacy (4 courses)

  • ART 101: Intro to Visual Analysis: Ancient through Medieval Art & Culture
  • ART 102: Intro to Visual Analysis: Renaissance through Contemporary Art & Culture
  • MUSM 216: Introduction to Museum Studies
  • COMM 281: Communication Studies

 

Professional Grounding (3 courses) 

  • COMM 216: Introduction to Strategic Communication
  • ART  251: Design Communication
  • ART 351: Web Design
  • COMM 314: Public & Media Relations
  • COMM 316: Social Media & Content Strategy
  • BUSN 321: Principles of Management
  • BUSN 328: Leadership & Organizational Behavior
  • BUSN 346: Principles of Marketing
  • EDUC 225: Education in a Diverse Society

 

Analytical & Cultural Fluency (4 courses)

  • ART 178: Film Art 
  • ART 202: Controversy & Crisis in Visual Culture                                                                                       
  • ART 250: Design History                                                                                                 
  • ART 305: American Visual Culture                                                                                
  • ART 306: Modern through Contemporary Art                           
  • ART 310: History of Photography                                                                                   
  • ART 325: Documentary Film
  • ART 326: Narrative Film

 

Capstone (1 course)

  • MUSM 450: Professional Practice

 

Contact Info

Dr. Michelle Glaros

Professor of Art

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