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The minor curriculum requires the completion of 24 credits. There are five parts of the minor: Business courses, Arts courses, an internship, and a capstone course. For further information, contact the Arts Administration Minor Advisor, Dr. James Haines, Department Chair of Fine and Performing Arts.
Student Learning Outcomes:
Upon completion of the minor, students will be able to:
Identify and explain the cultural role of the fine and performing arts in society.
Articulate ways in which legal and business acumen and strategy address value to an arts/cultural institution through risk-management, business planning, and problem-solving.
Demonstrate the ability to apply business principles to arts management.