Join the next generation of arts and entertainment leaders
MA in Arts Leadership
3333 Cullen Blvd. #120
Houston, TX 77204-4017
The newly established Master of Arts program in Arts Leadership in the College of the Arts at the University of Houston takes an entrepreneurial approach to preparing creative professionals to launch, administer and maintain arts organizations of all sizes.
Advanced Studies. The degree program provides advanced study in the management and promotions of arts organizations across artistic disciplines.
Flexible Schedule for Working Professionals. The arts leadership master's degree program is designed to accommodate students who are working professionals. Those who wish to continue full-time or part-time employment may complete this program within five years. All core courses are offered during evening hours.
Real World Experience. All students will be required to complete internships with established, professional, arts organizations in in the greater Houston area. They will have access — through guest lecturers, workshops and panels both in class, and through the Center for Art & Social Engagement — to interact with local and national leaders of distinction in the fields of arts, entertainment and culture.
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