Art Management project

Arts Management (Minor)

Through this interdisciplinary minor, students will expand their marketability to work as creative professionals, agents in public or government support systems for the arts, managers in nonprofit arts organizations, and individual proprietors of for-profit arts organizations.

Degrees & Offerings
  • Minor
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College
Program Contact
Associate Professor of Art History
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This 18-credit interdisciplinary minor is in compliance with Bloomsburg University’s mission of preparing students for professional success and providing “resources to maximize opportunities for success.” Participating departments include Accounting, Art and Art History, Business Education, Finance, Management, Marketing, and Music.

The Arts Management minor provides undergraduate students a firm multidisciplinary ground in arts management by bridging the gap between the necessary disciplinary depth in art and curatorship with a skill set that facilitates entry into the arts management field. Students will acquire skills in marketing, development, and budgeting as well as exhibition design and research.

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For more information regarding other minors at BU: http://archive.bloomu.edu/catalog/current/minors.php


How to declare a minor

The Declaration of Minor form is available in the Art & Art History department or Academic Advisement. The form is completed by the student and signed by the department chairperson before the form is taken to Academic Advisement.

When you have satisfied the requirements for the minor, a "Verification of Completion of Minor" form must be completed and signed off by the Department of Art & Art History Chairperson and taken to the Registrar's Office, at least two weeks prior to graduation.

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National Association of Schools of Art and Design
Founded in 1944, the National Association of Schools of Art and Design is an organization of schools, conservatories, colleges, and universities with approximately 363 accredited institutional members.

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