Amy Sandefur
Assistant Director of Admissions
School of Arts & Humanities


The Master of Arts Management Degree

The degree consists of 48 units (12 courses). Whether you complete the program in two years, or integrate evening and weekend courses with your working schedule, you can tailor your degree to suit your career path with a broad range of courses.


Museum Studies
Archival Studies
Cultural Studies
Educational Studies
Human Resources
Information Systems and Technology
Nonprofit Management
Organizational Science
Politics and Policy
Transdisciplinary courses

You will take four elective courses in any combination of your choosing, or create a concentration in one area, from a range of options.


The Parsons Foundation Grant
The Parsons Foundation Grant funds student fellowships by helping underwrite tuition costs for students as they study to become the next generation of highly skilled leaders of the region's arts and cultural organizations. More »


Admissions Requirements

The Arts Management Program is currently accepting applications for Fall 2015.

The admissions committee reviews applicants for clear indications of leadership ability, and a strong background in the humanities. An applicant must submit a completed application, application fee, transcripts of all undergraduate and graduate work completed, three letters of reference, resume, personal statement, and GMAT or GRE scores to the Admissions Office at Claremont Graduate University. Non-native speakers of English also must submit TOEFL test scores.

Application Checklist
Test Score Information




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