Arts Administration, Minor (443)
David A. Young, firstname.lastname@example.org, (270) 745-5873
Does the business side of the arts interest you? Are you thinking of opening a dance studio, working in the development office of a theatre company, or starting a youth theatre program? The Minor in Arts Administration is an introduction to the field. You’ll need to take at least 9 credit hours of classes in the arts (art, dance, music, theatre, musical theatre, theatre design or technology), as well as taking one of two foundational courses, either ART 496: Special Topics in Studio Art with the Topic of Gallery Management, or PERF 423: Performing Arts Management. After that, you will take 12 credit hours from a long list of possible classes to begin developing your knowledge of topics like grant-writing, accounting, social media marketing, leadership, and entrepreneurship. At least 12 hours of coursework in this minor must be at the upper division level.
Please note: ART 496: Special Topics in Studio Art with the Topic of Gallery Management is not offered every semester. PERF 423: Performing Arts Management is an online class, typically offered in the fall semester.
We highly encourage students minoring in Arts Administration to contact the Department of Theatre & Dance Advisor, Carol Jordan, email@example.com, 270-745-8942, for assistance in navigating this minor.
Program Requirements (24 hours)
|9 Arts Content credits in any combination from the following from the following subject areas: Art, Dance, Music, or Theatre||9|
|PERF 423||Performing Arts Management||3|
|or ART 496||Special Topics in Studio Art|
Students must take PERF 423 or the Special Topics in Gallery/Museum Studies to satisfy this requirement.
|12 credits in any combination from the following:||12|
|Introduction to Business and Entrepreneurship|
|Leadership Theory and Application|
|Leadership Studies Special Topics|
|Organization and Management|
|Management of Nonprofit Organizations|
|Basic Marketing Concepts|
|Integrated Marketing Communications|
|Social Media Marketing|
|Fundamentals of Public Relations|
|Understanding the Nonprofit Sector|
|Grant Writing for Nonprofit Organizations|