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  Jul 26, 2017
 
2013-2014 University Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Arts Management


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Program Requirements

Students enrolled in the program must choose a major field of study, a minor field of study and complete the dedicated Arts Management classes. Failure to complete the Arts Management classes will not prevent a student from graduating, although it will prevent satisfactory completion of the program from appearing on his or her transcript. The program consists at its minimum of the AMG courses, a specialized minor in fine arts, and a minor in Business. Minors may be replaced by a major in the same area where applicable.

There are three components to the program:

  1. Arts Management component
  2. Fine Arts component
  3. Business Administration component

Arts Management Component


Minimum credits required: 15

Fine Arts Component


The Fine Arts component may be satisfied by completing any of the following options:

  • History Of Art Major - 39 credits
  • Studio Art Major - 49 credits
  • Minor in History of Art - 20 credits
  • Minor in Studio Art - 18 credits
  • Dance Minor - 23 credits
  • Bachelor of Music, Music Major - 126.5-137.5 credits
  • Bachelor of Arts, Music Major - 46-46.5 credits
  • Music Minor - 20-22 credits
  • Theatre Major - 44-47 credits
  • Theatre Minor - 21 credits

Business Component


The Business component may be satisfied by completing one of the following options:

  • Business Administration Major - 58 credits
  • Business Administration Minor - 28 credits
  • Accounting Major - 58 credits
  • Accounting Minor - 25 credits
  • Finance Major - 58 credits
  • Finance Minor - 28 credits
  • Human Resources Major - 58 credits
  • Human Resources Minor - 24 credits
  • Management Major - 58 credits
  • Management Minor - 21 credits
  • Marketing Major - 58 credits
  • Marketing Minor - 21 credits
  • Entrepreneurship Minor - 21 credits

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