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MA-Track Curriculum

Below is a list of all courses required for the Master of Arts in Arts Administration, as well as our suggested schedule to complete the program in two years (though you can take longer, if needed). All course descriptions can be found in the general SUU Catalog here. Please consult with your academic advisor (AA Director: Last Name A-K / AA Associate Director: Last Name L-Z) before registering each semester.

  • AA6010-70i Principles of Arts Administration [3 credits]
  • AA6040-70i Art Advocacy & Cultural Policy [3 credits]
  • AA6060-70i Fund Development for Arts Administrators [3 credits]
  • AA6070-70i Leadership Development in the Arts [3 credits]
  • AA6090-70i Accounting for Arts Administrators [3 credits]
  • AA6110-70i Legal Issues in the Arts [3 credits]
  • AA6210-70i Grant Writing [3 credits]
  • AA6800-70i Board Relations & Planning [3 credits]
  • AA6810-70i Marketing in the Arts I [3 credits]
  • AA6830-70i Marketing in the Arts II [3 credits]
  • AA6940-70i Capstone: Master of Arts [6 credits]

Fall #1

  • AA6010-70i Principles of Arts Administration [First semester requirement]
  • AA6040-70i Art Advocacy & Cultural Policy

Spring #1

  • AA6060-70i Fund Development for Arts Administrators
  • AA6210-70i Grant Writing

Summer #1

  • AA6090-70i Accounting for Arts Administrators
  • AA6110-70i Legal Issues in the Arts

Fall #2

  • AA6800-70i Board Relations & Planning
  • AA6810-70i Marketing in the Arts I

Spring #2

  • AA6070-70i Leadership Development in the Arts
  • AA6830-70i Marketing in the Arts II

Summer #2

  • AA6940-70i Capstone: Master of Arts

Spring #1

  • AA6010-70i Principles of Arts Administration [First semester requirement]
  • AA6070-70i Leadership Development in the Arts

Summer #1

  • AA6090-70i Accounting for Arts Administrators
  • AA6110-70i Legal Issues in the Arts

Fall #1

  • AA6040-70i Art Advocacy & Cultural Policy
  • AA6810-70i Marketing in the Arts I

Spring #2

  • AA6060-70i Fund Development for Arts Administrators
  • AA6830-70i Marketing in the Arts II

Summer #2

  • AA6940-70i Capstone: Master of Arts

Fall #2

  • AA6210-70i Grant Writing
  • AA6800-70i Board Relations & Planning

Fall

  • AA6010-70i Principles of Arts Administration [First semester requirement]
  • AA6040-70i Art Advocacy & Cultural Policy
  • AA6800-70i Board Relations & Planning
  • AA6810-70i Marketing in the Arts

Spring

  • AA6060-70i Fund Development for Arts Administrators
  • AA6070-70i Leadership Development in the Arts
  • AA6210-70i Grant Writing
  • AA6830-70i Marketing in the Arts II

Summer

  • AA6090-70i Accounting for Arts Administrators
  • AA6110-70i Legal Issues in the Arts
  • AA6940-70i Capstone: Master of Arts

Spring

  • AA6010-70i Principles of Arts Administration [First semester requirement]
  • AA6070-70i Leadership Development in the Arts
  • AA6060-70i Fund Development for Arts Administrators
  • AA6830-70i Marketing in the Arts II

Summer #1

  • AA6090-70i Accounting for Arts Administrators
  • AA6110-70i Legal Issues in the Arts

Fall

  • AA6040-70i Art Advocacy & Cultural Policy
  • AA6810-70i Marketing in the Arts I
  • AA6210-70i Grant Writing
  • AA6800-70i Board Relations & Planning

Summer #2

  • AA6940-70i Capstone: Master of Arts
  • Note: The Capstone courses are only offered in the summer and cannot be taken with more than 6 credits left to graduate. We are working on changing sequencing so students who start in the Spring can get through the program in one calendar year, but as of right now, Spring start students will have to wait one semester after completing their coursework to take the Capstone class (though they can begin their Capstone project before registering for the that class). See MA-Track Capstone.