Certificate in Arts Administration and Leadership

The Certificate in Arts Administration and Leadership is an interdisciplinary program. Students learn the practical applications of planning, financial management, operation and development for both profit and nonprofit arts agencies.

In addition to business related coursework, students are exposed to a diversity of studio media and techniques. They also gain practical experience while applying their knowledge at the on-campus Scarfone/Hartley Gallery.

Topics of Study

  • studio art
  • financial accounting
  • principles of economics
  • financial management
  • operations management
  • principles of marketing
  • corporate responsibility
  • arts management seminar
  • arts management internship

Gainful Employment Disclosures
Occupations Associated with this Program SOC Code
Art Director 27-1011.00
Art, Drama, and Music Teachers 25-1121.00
Artists 27-1019.00
Curators 25-1011.00
Historian 19-3093.00
Museum Conservators 25-9031.00
Museum Educator 39-6021.00
Set and Exhibit Designer 27-1027.00
Normal Length of Time to Complete Program
  • 9 months (one academic year)
 
On-Time Completion Rate
  • not available (no students enrolled in this program in 2011-12)
 
Program Costs
  • Tuition and Fees: $7,370
  • Room and Board: $n/a
  • Books and Supplies: $656
 
Job Placement Rate
for Students Completing the Program
  • not available (no students enrolled in this program in 2011-12)
 
Median Loan Debt
  • not available (no students enrolled in this program in 2011-12)
  • Median Title IV Loan Debt (federal student loans, not including PLUS or TEACH Grants converted to loans): not available (no students enrolled in this program in 2011-12)
  • Private Educational Loan Debt: not available (no students enrolled in this program in 2011-12)
  • Institutional Financing Plan Debt: not available (no students enrolled in this program in 2011-12)