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Curriculum

MA, Performing Arts Administration

MA in Performing Arts Administration Curriculum

Course of Study

Semester I
Courses by Semester and Year
Semester Course # Course Title Credits
Semester I

MPAPA-GE 2130

Environment of Performing Arts Administration

3

MPAPA-GE 2131

Principles & Practices of Performing Arts Administration

3

COR1-GB 2310

Marketing Concepts

3

COR1-GB 1302

Leadership in Organizations

3

Semester II
Courses by Semester and Year
Semester Course # Course Title Credits
Semester II

MPAPA-GE 2008

Law and the Performing Arts

3

MPAPA-GE 2132

Development for the Performing Arts

3

COR1-GB 1306

Financial Accounting

3

 

Elective or study abroad

3

Semester III
Courses by Semester and Year
Semester Course # Course Title Credits
Semester III

MPAPA-GE 2105

Marketing the Performing Arts

3

MPAPA-GE 2120

Planning and Finance in the Performing Arts

3

MPAPA-GE 2001

Internship I

1.5

  Elective 1.5

 

Elective

3

Semester IV
Courses by Semester and Year
Semester Course # Course Title Credits
Semester IV

MPAPA-GE 2133

Governance and Trusteeship in the Performing Arts

3

MPAPA-GE 2222

Seminar: Issues in Cultural Policy

3

MPAPA-GE 2002

Internship II

1.5
  Elective 1.5
 

Elective or Study Abroad

3
 

Program Electives

 Program Electives
Course # Course Title Credits
MPAPA-GE 2110 Audience and Community Development (fall) 1.5

MPAPA-GE 2225

Cultural Tourism in the Arts (spring)

1.5

MPAPA-GE 2215

Study Abroad: Arts Administration in the European Context - France and Germany
(summer)

3

MPAPA-GE 2216

Study Abroad: The Cultural and Creative Industries in the U.K. and the U.S. (spring)

3

MPAPA-GE 2300

Independent Study (fall, spring, or summer)

3

MPAPA-GE 2001/2002

Internship I or II (summer)

1.5 or 3

Total Required for Degree: 48 Credits

Full time study is 12 credits per semester.

Typical part-time progress is 6-9 credits (2-3 courses) per semester.

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