The Arts Administration Program develops graduates who balance administrative systems with creative process in an effort to ensure the artistic integrity and economic sustainability of arts organizations.
The Arts Administration Program will:
- Provide a personalized, interdisciplinary education
- Develop well-rounded professionals employable in any arts discipline
- Offer a nonprofit management curriculum and experiential learning opportunities
- Advocate for the arts
- Become empowered advocates for the arts
- Apply scholarly theory directly into professional practice
- Develop adaptability and critical thinking skills necessary to work in the arts
- Cultivate both practical and creative approaches to problem solving.
- Communicate in an effective and persuasive way
POINTS of DISTINCTION
- SUU offers two distinct degrees in Arts Administration - a Master of Fine Arts in Arts Administration (on campus only) and a Master of Arts in Arts Administration (online only).
- SUU is included in The Princeton Review’s Top Business Schools in the U.S. and U.S. News and World Report’s “Best Universities- Master’s” regional listings.
- All admitted MFA students are awarded assistantships and tuition waivers.
- Practical experiences and projects enhance the combined learning-working atmosphere.
- Professional consulting opportunities are provided for our graduate students through the Utah Center for Arts Administration.
Arts management in community, regional or national non-profit arts organizations; opportunities in the management of commercial arts organizations as presenters or artist managers; arts consultancy; leadership in governmental arts agencies on the local, state or national levels
Utah Shakespeare Festival, Braithwaite Fine Arts Gallery, SUU College of Performing and Visual Arts, The Utah Center for Arts Administration
- Graduate Student Association
- The Utah Center for Arts Administration