The B.A. in Arts Administration is for students who have both a passion for the arts and a talent for business. The program develops skills for those who want to be leaders in the arts and make positive change in their communities and beyond.
- Arts administrators are responsible for facilitating the day-to-day operations of an organization, as well as implementing goals and strategies that fulfill the group’s mission or philosophy.
- You will be trained to lead arts organizations in both the for-profit and not-for-profit sectors, which include dance companies, theatres, museums, symphony orchestras, cultural centers, arts training schools, art galleries, touring companies, and performance venues.
- Duties of an arts administrator can include staff management, marketing oversight, budget management, public relations and cross-sector collaboration, fundraising, grant writing, program development and assessment, board development, and arts advocacy.
Learn more about the program by visiting the academic program page
Or by viewing the University Catalog program requirements