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Spring 2022 Courses

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ARTEDUC 2100: Introduction to Arts Management
Dr. Tiffany Bourgeois
Mondays 2:15 PM-5:00 PM
Sullivant Hall 141

This Introduction to Arts Management is a survey of non-profit and for profit arts management topics and issues. Students will examine members of the creative sector in various fields within the arts and cultural sector and what their impact is on the global marketplace. Using scholarly articles and various media, students will identify examples of these individuals around the world.


ARTEDUC 3681: Managing Non-profit Arts Organizations: Balancing Continuity & Change 
Dr. Tiffany Bourgeois
Wednesdays/Fridays 12:45 PM-2:05 PM
Sullivant Hall 225    

Introduces the purposes of non-profit organizations and their functions such as governance, program planning, marketing, and fundraising; encourages critical thinking in managerial decision making through practical assignments.
Prereq: 2100. 


ARTEDUC 5670: Public Policy and the Arts
Dr. Zulal Fazlioglu Akin
Thursdays 10:00 AM-12:45 PM
Derby Hall 062

Introduction to the purposes, rationales, interests, issues, political dynamics, and performance of agency/programs in the U.S. cultural policy system.


ARTEDUC 5682: Nonprofit Arts Institution Governance and Board Leadership
Dr. Shoshanah Goldberg-Miller
Wednesdays 4:30 PM-7:15 PM
Sullivant Hall 225

Research-based, practical exploration of nonprofit boards critically examines governance policies and practices; specifically focusing on management, board and staff relations and issues of accountability.


ARTEDUC 5686: Cultural Program Design, Implementation, and Evaluation
Dr. Shoshanah Goldberg-Miller
Mondays 1:15 PM-4:00 PM
Enarson Classroom 245

Research of program theory, design, and their application implementation.


ARTEDUC 7100: Histories and Policies of Art Education
Dr. Dana Carlisle Kletchka
Tuesdays 1:00 PM-3:45 PM
Sullivant Hall 225

Students explore arts/education history while developing skills in researching cultural practices, programs and protocols, ad analyzing the impact of arts programs/initiatives and social interventions on citizens and communities.


ARTEDUC 7200.10: Introduction to Research Methodologies and Methods
Dr. Ruth Smith
Mondays 4:30 PM-7:15 PM
Online

Introduction to research philosophies, methodologies and methods in arts education, policy, and administration.


ARTEDUC 7607: Curriculum Planning and Assessment
Dr. Shari Savage
Online

Introduction to curriculum development including artmaking practices and assessment strategies.


ARTEDUC 7681: Arts/Cultural Institutions, Organizational Theories, and Management Practice
Dr. David Guion
Thursdays 4:30 PM-7:15 PM
Sullivant Hall 251

Building on organizational theories, this course examines the purpose and function of arts and cultural institutions and current management practices in the creative sector.


ARTEDUC 7711: Designing and Writing Research Proposals
Dr. Rachel Skaggs
Thursdays 1:00 PM-3:45 PM
Sullivant Hall 141

This course is designed to assist in understanding the nature and purpose of the dissertation proposal as well as the strategies necessary to conceive of it and construct it.


ARTEDUC 7736: Teaching and Learning in Art Museums
Dr. Dana Carlisle Kletchka
Fridays 12:30 PM-3:15 PM
Sullivant Hall 151

A theoretical and practical study of teaching and learning in and through museums.