Graduate Minor in Arts Administration

About the Graduate Minor

The Graduate Minor in Arts Administration enables enables interested students pursuing other graduate degrees at Drexel the opportunity to learn about the business structures and policy systems of creative enterprises, and to understand the basic operations of arts and cultural organizations.

Admission Requirements

Students must be accepted into another graduate program at Drexel University, and must complete an application and interview before acceptance into the minor program.

Required Courses for AADM Minor
AADM 505Overview of the Arts3.0
AADM 520Creative Enterprise and Innovation3.0
AADM 751Management Techniques In the Arts3.0
or AAML 550 Management Techniques in Arts and Cultural Organizations
Possible Elective Courses for AADM Minor (Choose 1)3.0
Legal and Ethical Issues in the Arts
Legal and Ethical Issues in Arts and Culture
Revenue Development in the Arts
Revenue Development in Arts and Cultural Orgs.
International Cultural Policy
Marketing and Engagement in the Arts
Marketing & Engagement in Arts and Cultural Orgs.
Leadership, Strategy and Planning in the Arts
Leadership, Strategy & Planning in Arts and Cult.
Leadership in the Arts
Human Resources Management in the Arts
Arts Entrepreneurship
Advanced Fund Development
Arts in Education
Creative Placemaking
Performing Arts Management
Visual Arts Organization Management
Museum Management
Community Cultural Planning
Political Activism in the Arts
Ethics in Arts Organizations
Cultural Organizations in Transition
Technology Tools for Cultural Managers
Technology Tools for Arts and Cultural Managers
Applied Research Methods
Special Topics in Arts Administration
Total Credits12.0
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