MA in Arts Management (MAAM) Curriculum
The Master of Arts in Arts Management (MAAM) is a 48-unit degree (32 units of required core courses and 16 units of elective courses). The program may be completed in two years of full-time study.
The student, with the assistance and approval of an advisor, determines the actual arrangement and sequence of courses taken. Students should adhere to the the course sequence below. During academic advising students will discuss with their advisor their proposed course schedule for the following semester. When selecting elective courses, students need to consider how these courses advance their educational and career goals.
Core courses must be taken for a letter grade. According to the University policy on Satisfactory Academic Progress, each semester students must maintain a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 in all coursework taken at Claremont Graduate University.
Arts Management required core curriculum (32 units)
Elective courses (16 Units)
Students may enroll in courses across the University. Possible areas of study include
Archival Studies – Art – Cultural Studies – Educational Studies – Evaluation – Human Resources – Information Systems & Technology – Leadership – Museum Studies – Music – Organizational Sciences – Politics & Policy – Strategy – Transdiciplinary Studies