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Arts Administration


Arts Administration



Le Moyne offers graduate-level arts administration programs providing coursework in marketing, financial management, governance and fundraising along with hands-on opportunities to work with current leaders in the arts.

M.S. in Arts Administration at Le Moyne College

Program of Study - 36 credits
Foundation Courses (15 credits)

  • AAD 501 - Survey of Arts Administration  
  • AAD 502 - Marketing and Public Relations Strategies in Arts & Entertainment  
  • AAD 503 - Governance and Board Development in the Arts  
  • AAD 504 - Financial Management in the Arts  
  • AAD 505 - Developing Capital in the Arts  
Business Courses (choose 6 credits)
  • STA 501 – Quantitative Decision Making  
  • HRM 601 – Human Resource Management  
  • MGT 601 – Organizational Dynamics: Leadership  
Electives (choose 6 credits)
  • AAD 601 - Globalization of the Arts
  • AAD 602 - Engaging the Community Through the Arts
  • AAD 603 - The Art Museum Today
Practicum/Capstone (9 credits)
  • AAD 590 - Arts Administration On-Campus Practicum  
  • AAD 690 - Arts Administration Consulting Practicum  
  • AAD 701 - Arts Administration Seminar (Capstone)  

 

Graduate Certificate in Arts Administration at Le Moyne College

Program of Study – 15 credits

  • AAD 501 - Survey of Arts Administration
  • AAD 502 - Marketing and Public Relations Strategies in Arts & Entertainment
  • AAD 503 - Governance and Board Development in the Arts
  • AAD 504 - Financial Management in the Arts
  • AAD 505 - Developing Capital in the Arts
The programs provide:

Flexibility Full-time and part-time options with a combination of campus-based and online courses.

Global Perspective - Academic and professional partnerships with international organizations including the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, the London Symphony Orchestra and Joe Public Marketing provide students study abroad opportunities so they can experience the intertwined global arts ecosystem firsthand.
A personal touch - A program well-grounded in the Jesuit ideal of "cura personalis" or "care of the whole person" while providing a strong academic foundation for lifelong success.


Non-Degree Option

While completing the application process, up to six credits (two courses) can be taken as a non-degree student.

Contact Us

Phone: (315) 445-4201
artsadmin@lemoyne.edu

Application Questions

Office of Graduate Admission
Grewen Hall Room 322
Phone: (315) 445-5444
gradadmission@lemoyne.edu

Info Session Join us for an information session on Oct. 18, 2016 at 6:30 p.m. RSVP

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