Schedule

Fall 2019 COURSE OFFERINGS

Fall 2019 (September 3 – December 11)
MET AR 690 (A1)
The Art World* (Performing Concentration) Wednesday 6-8:45pm Group A
MET AR 690 (A2)
The Art World* (Visual Concentration) Wednesday 6-8:45pm Group A
MET AR 750
Financial Management for Nonprofits Monday 6-8:45pm / Online Group A
MET AR 778
Legal Issues in Arts Administration* Tuesday 6-8:45pm Group A
MET AR 802/803
Internship I (planning phase)/II (fieldwork)†^ (2 credits each) Wednesday 2:30-5:15pm;

802 Dates: 10/4, 10/12, 11/01, 11/23 & 12/6
803 Dates: 10/2, 10/30, 12/4

Group A

MET AR 550

Raising Funds and Grant Writing for Nonprofit Organizations Tuesday 6-8:45pm / Online Group B
MET AR 650
Writing for the Arts Thursday 6:30-9:30pm Group B
MET AR 720
Marketing and Audience Development for the Arts Wednesday 6-8:45pm Group B
MET AR 722
Educational Programming in Cultural Institutions Thursday 6-8:45pm Group B
MET AR 730
Political and Public Advocacy for the Arts Monday 6-8:45pm Group B
MET AR 740
Technology and Arts Administration Thursday 6-8:45pm Group B
MET AR 766
Arts and the Community Thursday 6-8:45pm Group B
MET AR 751
Commercial Production: The Broadway Model Sep 12 – Oct 8 Group B
MET AR 752
Leadership and Entrepreneurship in the Commercial Arts Sep 5 – Dec 13 Group B
MET AR 753
Current Trends in the Performing Arts Industry Oct 10 – Nov 5 Group B
MET AR 754
Global Performing Arts Presenting and Production Nov 7 – Dec 3 Group B

MET AR 751, 752, 753, 754 are not currently open for registration.

 

Summer 2019 COURSE OFFERINGS

Summer 2019
MET AR 711
Capital Campaigns May 22-June 26
Monday/Wednesday
6-9:30pm
Group B
MET AR 577
Comparative Cultural Policy and
Administration (Dublin/London)
On Campus Meeting
Dates: 
5/21, 6/4, 6/18, 6/25
Travel Dates: 
6/29-7/6
Post Travel Meeting: 
7/30
Group B
MET AR 781
Special Topics in Arts Administration
The Global Landscape of Philanthropy
May 21 – June 27
Tuesday/Thursday
6-9:30 pm
Group B
MET AR 802
Internship I (planning phase)
†^ (2 credits each)
May 21 – August 9
Meeting Dates:
5/28, 6/25 & 7/30
Mts w/ MET AR 803
Group A
MET AR 803
Internship II (fieldwork)
†^ (2 credits each)
May 21 – August 9 
Meeting Dates:
5/28, 6/25 & 7/30
Mts w/ MET AR 802
Group A

 

Spring 2020 COURSE OFFERINGS

Spring 2020 (January 22 – May 2)
MET AR 690
The Art World* Tuesday 6-8:45pm Group A
MET AR 750
Financial Management for Nonprofits Monday 6-8:45pm Group A
MET AR 778
Legal Issues in Arts Administration* Tuesday 6-8:45pm Group A
MET AR 802/803
Internship I (planning phase)/II (fieldwork)†^ (2 credits each) Wednesday 2:30-5:15pm;

802 Dates: 2/4, 2/18, 3/4, 2/9 & 3/2
803 Dates: 2/4, 2/18, 3/4, 2/9 & 3/2

Group A
MET AR 749 Research and Program Evaluation in Arts Administration Monday 6-8:45pm Group B
MET AR 510
Arts Leaders Monday 6:30-9:30pm Group B
MET AR 789
Cultural Entrepreneurship Tuesday 6-8:45pm Group B
MET AR 771
Managing Performing Arts Organizations Wednesday 6-8:45pm Group B
MET AR 774
Managing Visual Arts Organizations Wednesday 6-8:45pm Group B
MET AR 550
Fundraising and Grant Writing for Nonprofit Organizations Wednesday 6-8:45pm Group B
MET AR 804
Advanced Management and Consulting for Arts Organizations Thursday 6-8:45pm Group B
MET AR 779
Public Art Program Administration Thursday 6-8:45pm Group B
MET AR  787
Arts in Barcelona Friday 6-8:45pm

On Campus Meeting Dates: 1/25, 2/1, 2/8

Travel Dates: March 9-17, over spring break

Group B
MET AR 723
Individual Fundraising Online Group B
MET AR 711
Capital Campaigns Online Group B

When possible, the following courses should be completed in the first two semesters: AR 690 The Art World and AR778 Legal Issues in Arts Administration.

 AR802 is usually taken in the next-to-last semester of study and AR803 in the final semester. Students must have completed 24 credits prior to taking AR803. For information on course waivers, please visit the AR802 Course Info site.

 

†† AR 690 The Art World is a prerequisite for AR778 Legal Issues in Arts Administration, AR771 Managing Performing Arts Organizations, AR774 Managing Visual Arts Organizations, and AR720 Marketing and Audience Development.

Web Restricted, consent of program required.

 

‡‡ Students must have completed 24 credits and have two years full-time work experience in the arts prior to taking AR 804. AR 804 may be substituted for AR802/803 with adviser’s permission.

International Travel Study courses are a requirement for all domestic students.