Arts Entrepreneurship prepares students to undertake entrepreneurial business endeavors in the arts, whether that applies to managing developing artists or leading and operating visual and performance-related outlets.
Students in the Arts Entrepreneurship program have the opportunity to select a track within the disciplines of the college — art, dance, design, theatre arts and music. While taking classes in the selected track, students also take classes in leadership, communication, marketing, accounting, public organization and others.
Scholarships & Tuition Waivers
Incoming freshman are eligible for a variety of scholarships within the General Academic Scholarship Program. There are four scholarships specific to the Department of Art.
Arts Entrepreneurship career opportunities include:
- Collections Management
- Exhibit Design/Preparation
- Archive Management
- Self-employed/freelance work