2017-2018

Fall 2017

 

AAD 520: The Arts and Artists in Society

Course synopsis

The arts and artists have influenced concepts of love, war, religion, race, ethnicity and gender and helped societies face problems, celebrate accomplishments, mourn losses, beautify environments and drive economies. The course will investigate the intersection of arts and civic life. Through writing research papers, exploring topics including the intrinsic and extrinsic value of the arts, and through analyzing social, economic and political trends, students will learn the role of the arts and artists in historical and contemporary society.

AAD 350: Financial Management for Arts Organizations I

Course synopsis

Undergraduate core in Arts Administration designed to guide students through the key conceptual areas of financial management for arts organizations including understanding financial statements, creating mission-driven budgets, developing cost-benefit analyses, and studying economic impact studies.

Spring 2018

 

AAD 610: Financial Management for Arts Organizations

Course synopsis

Graduate core course designed to guide students through key topics of financial management including accounting practices, interpreting financial statements, creating mission-driven budgets, analyzing cash-flow, developing cost-benefit analyses and managing investments.

AAD 370: Financial Management for Arts Organizations II

Course synopsis

Undergraduate core in Arts Administration designed to guide students through the key conceptual areas of financial management for arts organizations including understanding financial statements, creating mission-driven budgets, developing cost-benefit analyses, and studying economic impact studies.

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