Arts Management Professional Seminar I


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Success requires active engagement and investment in your life and career.  Empowering students with a holistic perspective of their lives and careers, this seminar-style course will incorporate training elements of professional and career development, leadership development, and life skills in order to foster optimal professional and personal growth for Master of Arts Management students.  With the guidance of MAM academic and career advisors, MAM students will learn to create both their experience as graduate students as well as their trajectory into their careers and transition into their roles as alumni.  Self-assessment, guest speakers, lectures, workshops, industry field trips, conferences, and cross-cohort peer experiences will provide the basis for an engaging and reflective course to cultivate thoughtful investment of this essential component of success.

Learning Outcomes:

By the end of this class, students will:

  • Understand the job and internship search process in the arts and culture sector
  • Cultivate strong relationships with peers within and across cohorts
  • Be prepared for planned and unplanned networking opportunities
  • Demonstrate greater knowledge of various career paths and trajectories across the arts industry