Executive MA in Arts Management
The Executive Master of Arts in Arts Management at Claremont Graduate University provides an opportunity for mid-to-high level executives in the nonprofit and philanthropic arts and cultural sectors to immerse themselves in a learning environment with their peers in the creative capital of the world. It is the only program available of its kind in the United States.
Executive Arts Management participants bring real-world experiences and diverse backgrounds in the arts to their course of study with the ultimate goal of unlocking their full potential as leaders. Executive Arts Management is a joint program of the School of Arts and Humanities and the Executive Management Program at the Peter F. Drucker & Masatoshi Ito School of Management.
Princeton Review has ranked The Drucker School fifth in 2009 for Best Faculty. The School of Arts & Humanities is devoted to transdisciplinary scholarship and research that expands thinking and creativity.