Post-Degree DiplomasContinuing Studies

Program Requirements


You have a passion for the arts and enjoy the idea of working for galleries, symphony orchestras, festivals, or theatres. 


This program is currently under review. We will not be accepting applications for the 2017-18 school year. Students interested in Arts Management may consider applying to the Not-for-Profit Management program


Required Courses

Introduction to the Arts

Foundational Planning for the Arts

Marketing and Promotion for the Arts

Funding for the Arts

Event Management

Volunteer Management

Financial Management for the Arts

Boards and Governance

Strategic Leadership for the Arts

Communications in the Arts


Practicum in Arts Management


Work with our Placement Coordinator to prepare an effective resume and strengthen your interview and networking skills. You have an opportunity to apply to postings that are published to the class on the student intranet, or to work with the Placement Coordinator one-one-one to explore specific organizations that match your practicum and career goals.


May to August
You will complete the 560 hours over a 16 week period (35 hours/week).  


The practicum location is based on your preference and site availability.  


Sites may choose to offer payment, a monthly stipend or honorarium, but it is at the site's discretion and is not required for sites to be eligible to participate.


Once admitted to the program, the student is required to maintain an overall average of 70% with no single grade below 60%. After successful completion of the required courses and practicum placement, students will graduate with a Diploma in Arts Management.