Arts Management

(18-19 semester hours)

Description

Given the challenges for artists and arts organizations to survive in an increasingly competitive business environment, the need for educated arts managers is increasing. The practice of Arts Management is a synthesis of art, creativity, innovation, management, and entrepreneurship. The Minor will prepare students to balance aesthetic understanding with specialized skills in generating income, managing boards, stimulating public access, and sustaining the mission and vision of organizations whose primary purpose is the delivery, presentation, and preservation of arts and culture. These skills are applicable to arts councils, museums, community art centers, galleries, orchestras, theatres, creative enterprises or starting an arts venture.

Eligibility

A minimum 2.0 g.p.a. is required for all courses in this minor. Courses must be taken for a grade (not credit/no-credit). This minor has two options: one for business majors and one for fine arts majors. Students planning to take this minor should consult with the appropriate adviser (see below).

Admission to most Farmer School of Business minors is limited and the respective departments are responsible for managing their enrollments. Students may enroll in a maximum of two Farmer School of Business minors. Some minors are available to students on a first-come, first-served basis while others have entry restrictions or requirements. Therefore, to increase the likelihood of gaining entry into a FSB minor, interested students should contact the department offering the minor as early as possible in their academic careers. Completion of a FSB minor may require taking coursework during summer and winter terms and/or online.

Arts Management Minor - 18 or 19 hours

3 hours

  • CCA 201 Intro to Arts Management (3)

3 hours chosen from the following:

  • CCA 302 Arts Marketing (1.5)
  • CCA 303 Arts Engagement (1.5)
  • CCA 304 Financial Management for the Arts (1.5)
  • CCA 305 Development in the Arts (1.5)
  • CCA 306 Arts Entrepreneurship (1.5)
  • CCA 307 Arts Venture Creation (1.5)
  • CCA 256 Art Management Practicum (3)
  • CCA 340 Arts Management Internship (3)

3 hours

  • CCA 401 Strategic Planning in the Arts (3)

Choose a Track (9 or 10 hours)

Track 1 - General Business (9)

  • ACC 211 Introduction to Financial Accounting (3)
  • ESP 201 Introduction to Entrepreneurship (1)
  • MGT 111 Introduction to Business (3)
  • ECO 201 Principles of Macroeconomics (3)
  • MKT 291 Principles of Marketing (3)
  • MGT 291 Introduction to Management & Leadership (3)

Track 2 - Miami Prime Business Intensive (9)

  • BUS 301 Macro Concepts in Contemporary Business (3)
  • BUS 302 Micro Concepts in Contemporary Business (3)
  • BUS 303 Business Process Integration (3)

Track 3 - Entrepreneurship (10)

  • ESP 101 Intro to Entrepreneurship (1)
  • ESP 201 Business Models & Business Model Canvas (3)
  • ESP 251 Entrepreneurial Finance & Marketing (3)
  • ESP 252 Entrepreneurial Creativity & Leadership (3)

Track 4 - Creative Arts - (9)*
*required track for FSB majors

  • ARC 105 Introduction to Architecture (3)
  • ARC 107 Global Design (3)
  • ARC 188 Ideas in Architecture (3)
  • ARC 211 Introduction to Landscape and Urban Design (3)
  • ARC 212 Principles of Environmental Systems (3)
  • ARC 221 History of Architecture I (3)
  • ARC 222 History of Architecture II (3)
  • ART 102 Color Theory and Practice (1.5)
  • ART 103 Creative Technology (1.5)
  • ART 104 Problem Solving (1.5)
  • ART 105 Technical Drawing (1.5)
  • ART 111 Design and Composition (3)
  • ART 121 Observational Drawing (3)
  • ART 140 Beginning Glass (1.5)
  • ART 145 Beginning Sewing I (2)
  • ART 149 Beginning Digital Photography (1.5)
  • ART 151 What is Graphic Design? (3)
  • ART 155 Beginning Drawing (1.5)
  • ART 160 Beginning Ceramics (1.5)
  • ART 165 Beginning Metals (1.5)
  • ART 170 Basic Woodworking (1.5)
  • ART 187 History of Western Art: Prehistoric-Gothic (3)
  • ART 188 History of Western Art: Renaissance-Modern (3)
  • ART 189 History of Western Dress (3)
  • ART 195 Introduction to Art Education (3)
  • ART 233 History of Global Dress (3)
  • KNH 110A,B Beginning Ballet/Beginning Ballet II (2)
  • KNH 110G Modern Dance (2)
  • KNH 110R Jazz (2)
  • CCA 222 Museums and Collections: Beyond the Curio Cabinet (3)
  • CCA 232 Museums Today: Content, Practices and Audiences (3)
  • MUS 135 Understanding Jazz: Its History & Context (3)
  • MUS 185 Diverse Worlds of Music (3)
  • MUS 186 Global Music for the I-Pod (3)
  • MUS 189 Great Ideas in Western Music (3)
  • MUS 221 Music Technologies (3)
  • MUS 225 The History of Rock and Roll
  • MUS 287 Enter the Diva: Women in Music (3)
  • THE 101 Introduction to Theatre: Drama and Analysis (3)
  • THE 111 Ballroom (3)
  • THE 123 Acting for the Non-Major: Text and Performance (3)
  • THE 191 Experiencing Theatre (3)

Music Ensembles:

  • MUS 100A Collegiate Chorale (1)
  • MUS 100B Men's Glee Club (1)
  • MUS 100C Symphony Orchestra ( 1)
  • MUS 100D Choraliers (1)
  • MUS 100E Marching Band (1)
  • MUS 100F Symphonic Band (1)
  • MUS 100G Wind Ensemble (1)
  • MUS 100U Basketball/Hockey Band (1)
  • MUS 100S Cello Choir (1)
  • MUS 100K Jazz Ensemble (1)
  • MUS 100N Steel Band (1)
  • MUS 100P Chamber Orchestra (1)
  • MUS 100M Percussion Ensemble (1)
  • MUS 100X Marching Band Percussion Ensemble (1)
  • MUS 100I Chamber Music Strings (1)
  • MUS 100T Trumpet Ensemble (1)
  • MUS 100Q Chamber Singers (1)

Students can substitute other ARC, ART, CCA, MUS, THE courses or workshops not on the list with permission of the Director of Arts Management

Contact

College of Creative Arts
Todd Stuart, Director of Arts Management
228 Center for the Performing Arts
Oxford, OH 45056
513-529-2371
stuartt@miamioh.edu