The Minor in Arts Entrepreneurship is a multidisciplinary program offered through the Departments of Music, Theatre and Dance, and Management and Marketing, which seeks to empower students with a strong background in Entrepreneurship and Creative Enterprise while allowing the flexibility to tailor courses to fit the students' long-term goals.
Through the Arts Entrepreneurship Minor, students will be able to develop entrepreneurial and managerial skills necessary to succeed in the 21st Century Arts Business Community. Students attain business skills and expertise to succeed in the 21st Century Arts Business Community. Students attain business skills and expertise necessary to operate in the world of arts and cultural institutions in administrative and administrative support roles or to become self-motivated business owners. Students will demonstrate a firm understanding of the modern arts economy as well as the role of the arts in society.
The Arts Entrepreneurship Minor requires a minimum of 18 credit hours of course work. Students are required to take courses in Arts Entrepreneurship and Business. The courses are comprised of four required courses plus six hours of electives selected from a list of options. The minor is open to students in any degree plan who want to better understand how to work in the intersection between the arts and business.
|MUSM 1301||Intro Arts Entrepreneurship||3|
|THEA 4305||Arts Entrepreneurship||3|
|MGMT 3303||Intro-Mgmt/Organizational Beha||3|
|Select two courses from below:||6|
|Creativity and Innovation|
|Intro to Human Resource Mgmt|
|Small Business Management|
|Principles of Accounting I|
|Finance for Entrepreneurs|
|Principles of Marketing|
|Arts Entrepreneurship Intern|
|Music Technology II|
|Applied Audio Production|
|Intro to Music Business|
|Performing Arts Management|
|Leadership in Perf. Arts Org.|