100-200 ARTS MANAGEMENT PRACTICUM 1-2 cr
Participation in one or more areas of arts management including ticket office, house control, printing, publicity and public relations. Repeatable for a maximum of 4 credits.
100-361 PERFORMING ARTS OPERATIONS AND MANAGEMENT 2 cr
A study of the duties and required skills of managers of performing arts organizations including house management, facility management, box office management, and strategic planning, as well as an overview of human resource management, audience development, marketing, and legal procedures.
Prereq: 133-100 or 133-110 or consent of instructor. Unreq: 133-361.
100-362 NON-PROFIT ARTS MANAGEMENT 2 cr
A study of the duties and required skills of managers of various non-profit arts
organizations. Areas of study will include structure of arts organizations,
planning, programming, staffing, budgeting and marketing, with emphasis on
fundraising, board development, and volunteer management. Assignments and projects
will be geared toward students' specific needs and interests.
100-363 APPLIED STUDIES IN ARTS MARKETING 2 cr
A study of the duties and skills of marketing managers of both commercial and
non-profit arts-related businesses, as well as the individual artist in the
marketplace. Topics include marketing research, planning a marketing budget,
promotions, media relations, advertising, corporate and media sponsorship, and
audience development. Students will develop a comprehensive marketing plan for an
organization or individual artist of their choice.
Coreq: 260-311. Unreq: 133-363.
100-364 ISSUES IN ARTS MANAGEMENT 2 cr
A study of topics, trends, and career options in the field of arts administration.
Working professionals will explore with students issues they face in their
occupations. A variety of topics will include the role of the arts in society,
leadership, public and private support and control of the arts, ethical issues,
marketing challenges, computer technology and future trends in the field.
Prereq: Junior or senior academic status or consent of instructor. Unreq: 133-364.
100-399 CAREER INFORMATION IN ARTS AND COMMUNICATION 1 cr
& LETTERS AND SCIENCES
Offered on a satisfactory/no credit basis only. Career information specifically for College of Arts and Communication and College of Letters and Sciences majors, focusing on self-analysis in preparation for the job search, resume-writing and interviewing. Particular attention will be given to career opportunities, the value of the degree program and possibilities for graduate study.
Prereq: Sophomore standing. Unreq: 600-399.
100-492 FIELD STUDY IN ARTS MERCHANDISING 1-6 cr
Off campus investigation and study with designated arts related companies and individuals. Repeatable to a maximum of six credits.
100-493 ARTS MANAGEMENT/MERCHANDISING INTERNSHIP 2-6 cr
In cooperation with a designated arts related company and with previously established guidelines, participation in the management and/or merchandising activities of an arts related operation.
100-494 SEMINAR 1-3 cr
Group activity. An advanced course of study in a defined subject matter area emphasizing small groups in intense study with a faculty member. Offered odd-numbered falls.
100-496 SPECIAL STUDY IN THE ARTS 1-3 cr
A course designed to give students an opportunity to pursue special integrated topics in the arts which are not regularly included in the curriculum. Courses will be developed on the basis of need, interest and/or timeliness.
Repeatable four times for a maximum of 9 credits in degree.