Fine and Studio Arts Management

A program that prepares individuals to organize and manage fine and studio art organizations, operations, and facilities. Includes instruction in business and financial management; marketing and fundraising; personnel management and labor relations; event promotion and management; public relations and arts advocacy; arts law; and applications to specific arts activities such as galleries, museums, studios, foundations, and community organizations.

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“…BU is a great place to find your way. They are full of resources, lively spirits, and people to help encourage your future, but you just need to know how to find them yourself and utilize them. It is a great place to learn life, get profound...” – Julie from Orlando, FL

“…Ohio State is it's own small world. Once you get involved, which is a must, you cannot walk across campus without seeing someone you know. From academics to sports, Ohio State is an excellent school with long standing tradition. ” – Amarilis from Newbury, OH

“…Florida State University is an all-around excellent school and has provided me with a positive educational experience. Florida State also has a beautiful campus with many traditions that create an inclusive environment including the famous mascots...” – Alix from Oconomowoc, WI

“…indiana university has the most beautiful campus in all of indiana and is surprisingly very easy to get around despite how large it is. the students and professors are great and really easy to get along with, and are always willing to help out in any...” – Kyle from Merrillville, IN

“…The University of Maryland is a fun and lively campus where there is no shortage of school spirit. The superior academics, endless list of clubs, neighboring cities, and great on-campus activities make the university one that you should definitely...” – Kerrigan from Severna Park, MD

“…George Mason has a great diversity of students and is rapidly expanding their campus to add many more programs to accommodate different majors. Mason has a great community feel with students who are excited to be patriots and go to class to learn....” – Jennifer from Columbia, MD

“…By far the most diverse private school I've ever encountered, I love it. Staff is always easily approachable! Extremely worth every cent I pay. ” – Cynthia from Chicago, IL

“…Drexel is an incredible school because of its focus on experiential learning. Students here have a huge advantage over their peers if they take advantage of the co-ops. Some can graduate with up to a year and a half of major-related job experience.” – Xavier from Littlestown, PA

“…NC State is a large school with a small school feel. You can walk around campus and always see a familiar face. There are always new people to meet as well. ” – Shayna from Germantown, MD

“…Miami University is a great mid-sized university for academics and social life. There are various organizations students can join and activities provided by the school to participate in. Big companies are always here recruiting, so there are many...” – Randy from Oxford, OH

“…UNC Greensboro is a very diverse school in a positive light. Because this school is so diverse, I have so many more opportunities I feel open to exploring rather than feeling the pressure of needing to be a part of something. Being a UNCG Spartan has...” – Charlene from Colfax, NC

“…Madison is probably one of the most diverse colleges in the state of Wisconsin. Here, I have met a variety of people from all sorts of different backgrounds and have been introduced to a multitude of experiences. All in all, there's no place like...” – Amber from Greenleaf, WI

“…Around campus, there is a general environment of smart, open-minded individuals who are, by a large margin, happy to be at Wesleyan. The free exchange of ideas is valued greatly by students and professors alike. The professors are very engaging and,...” – Brendan from Middletown, CT

“…appalachian is an awesome school to go to, i love it! the atmosphere is very friendly and if you get the right professor then you will have a great class experience. the best part is that even though the campus is pretty big, you can get just about...” – happy@app

“…UNC Charlotte has a great atmosphere for students who want to achieve great academic progress in their field of study. I loved the campus as soon as I arrived and met plenty of new friends. The professors are also fun to be around they teach you the...” – Dontre from Charlotte, NC

“…a large school with many opportunities (be it academics, socially, etc.) ” – Mina J from New York, New York

“…Butler has a very welcoming environment. There are a wide varieties of majors and therefore diversity. I made the right choice in attending Butler. ” – Meredith from Lexington, KY

“…The College of Charleston is well-rounded, beautiful school that rests elegantly on the Atlantic Ocean. Surrounded by delicious food, intelligent professors, and interesting people; there is no better place to attend school. Any student enrolled at...” – Robert from Hickory, NC

“…Innovative and explorative in everything that is taught within the arts. Fantastic opportunities to excel if the student accepts the challenge to grow and learn about their artistic process. Great community of students and relationships with...” – Elsa from Highland, MD

“…eastern is a fun, friendly school. all the professors are nice and really good at helping you retain the most knowledge possible. your fellow students are welcoming and willing to help all you have to do is ask.” – Stephanie from Ypsilanti, MI

“…WMU has a very nice campus where everything is fairly close to each other, unlike big 10 universities with enormous campuses. The professors are very helpful and personable due to the small classes and the opportunity to get acquainted with one...” – Alexander from Shelby Township, MI

“…Seattle University is a great option for students interested in International Studies. Because it is a private college, students get more one on one attention and support from well-educated professors. SU offers a wide range of extra-curricular...” – Marissa from Seattle, WA

“…I love Columbia. It's a great environment for artists. I am always getting great opportunities. ” – Catherine from Oak Park, IL

“…New School is a wonderful school, small classes and very involved student and faculty. As students we also benefit from great lectures and organized events involving highly recognized professionals in fields from fashion design to sustainable...” – Saydee from Brooklyn, NY

“…i would rate fit, 9 out of 10. fit offers endless opportunities that allow students to get involved in the fashion industry in college. all of the professors and faculty are serious about every students success. last but not least, fashion institute...” – Michelle Smith

“…This college is meant for those who want to be themselves or want to discover themselves. The classes feel almost personalized, everyone cares about your education and how you do. Basically, everyone accepts you without judging you and wants the best...” – Ana from Savannah, GA

“…SMU is a small university in a big city. The beautiful campus is a welcoming place for students who want to get involved and meet people from around the country and world. SMU offers endless ways to get involved and Dallas is the perfect city for...” – Paige from Edmond, OK

“…plenty of interest clubs available. cultural community with friendly people. great staff who are always willing to help.” – Morgan from Rock Hill, SC

“…One of the best in the midwest! My experience has been great, everybody is dedicated to making the Elmhurst Experience better. Beautiful campus, great reputation.” – Chad from Lombard, IL

“…The U of M has exceptional opportunities for those undergraduates who want to pursue research. The campus has a very diverse population with students coming from all over the world. The classes are difficult, but numerous sources of help are...” – Staci from MN

Rider University
Lawrenceville, NJ

“…I simply just love attending Rider University. From the amazing people, to the fun events and the great professors, choosing Rider was the best decision I made. ” – Diana from South River, NJ

“…Delaware State University is one of the Historically Black Colleges and ranks number 13 in the country. It is a diverse college with students from different states, countries, and backgrounds. There is an increase of enrollment of students attending...” – Aliyah from Wilmington, DE

“…Awesome staff/teachers/workers, number 2 in the country for travel abroad, 100% of students complete professional internships! AWESOME! AWESOME! AWESOME!” – Alexis from Durham, NC

“…If you are interested in studying abroad then Arcadia University is the school for you. It is very open to all cultures hence it is very diverse. Finally the professors and staff are very friendly and approachable and there is a one on one with the...” – Imoinda from Philadelphia, PA

“…the university of new orleans provides students from high school graduates to non-traditional students with an excellent opportunity to obtain a quality education. the university of new orleans is rich in diversity. i love being a uno privateer!” – Bridget from New Orleans, LA

“…saic provides a challenging and creative environment to sharpen your artistic skills. the staff is well equipped with experience and knowledge to give practical and helpful direction. the school is also located in one of the most exciting cities in...” – Maria from Irmo, SC

“…drury is a very historic looking school with a new age look on education. the food is actually pretty good most of the time. the staff are all very friendly.” – Katelyn from Verona, MO

“…the university of tulsa is an extremely diverse campus. many students from all over the world attend here involved in many of the extracurricular clubs available. furthermore, the professors treat each student as an individuals, truly intent on...” – Blc

“…the best school i could ever have attended. the staff is so professional, warm, caring, and helpful. the campus community is more like a family.” – Beverly from Raleigh, NC

“…Marywood isn't just a school, it's a community. It's a little old school in the rules, like no members of the opposite sex spending the night, but I think that just makes it more like home. ” – Katelynn from Reading, PA

“…webster exudes an open atmosphere filled with people that are easy to get along with. the staff is friendly, and personable, and the education quality is top-knotch.” – Lowell from Saint Louis, MO

“…Simmons College provides an excellent learning environment for its students. The faculty truly do care about their students. There is always something to do near the school and the location is great.” – Erika from Boston, MA

“…Albion is a small, community-based school. Students can do everything from join a sport, to a club, to the Greek system. Faculty here really care about the students and they're always enthusiastic.” – Catherine from Ann Arbor, MI

“…OCU is a great and prestigious University. It offers great opportunities to students while giving them an excellent education. All of the teachers have their Masters or Doctorate degrees and the class sizes are small enough to provide each student...” – Kate from Oklahoma City, OK

Messiah College
Mechanicsburg, PA

“…I love Messiah college! It is a fantastic school focused on building relationships and academics. You are free to express your views as a Christian on campus, allowing your faith to grow. ” – Carly from Mechanicsburg, PA

“…Chatham is a good place for young ladies to grow into independent women. It's a great place for those who are passionate about conserving the environment. Chatham University is like a family.” – Sade from New Kensington, PA

“…awesome atmosphere. everyone is so nice and helpful. small class room size!” – Kayla from LA Crosse, WI

“…Newberry is over all the best decision that i have ever made. It has changed my life for the better and continues to do so. All of the people in Newberry are very kind and caring people that are easy to love.” – Christopher from Rock Hill, SC

Wagner College
Staten Island, NY

“…wagner is an excellent place to learn. the environment is calming and suitable for studying. there is also always someone wanting to help you become a better student. ” – Kari from Brooklyn, NY

“…Bellarmine's an amazing school that offers so much during your time on campus. I can't wait to see what Bellarmine does for me after I graduate--I've heard great things from graduates! I'm so glad I decided to come here!” – Abigail from Carmel, IN

“…the greatest education i ever thought i would get. the teachers and students all work together to make sure we get the proper education. fantastic school.” – Nicole from Coventry, RI

“…Brenau is a great university for adult learners. I'm married with children and working full-time. Brenau is the best fit for my current situation.” – Ryan from Gainesville, GA

“…immersion in fine art and all other arts related degrees. amazing guidance and leadership, along with the most amazing support staff any college could ever dream of having. opportunities abound for work, work study, gallery shows, sales, and...” – Alan from Bradenton, FL

“…Whitworth University is wholeheartedly committed to its motto of providing an education of the mind and heart. The professors are devoted to encouraging their students to reach their fullest potential and to explore topics outside of their usual...” – Anya from Medford, OR

Salem College
Winston Salem, NC

“…The classes are small which is great. The campus is easy to navigate and get around. The professers and other students seem helpful if you're lost or have questions. ” – Jessica from Lewisville, NC

“…Baldwin-Wallace College is great place to be. The institution is warm and welcoming; it feels like every student and faculty member are apart of your family. Aside from the humble atmosphere, BW offers many community service, internship, and job...” – Courtney from Cleveland Heights, OH

“…Minot State is a great school for those who want a smaller school, but to still have the large events. The housing and food options are great and the professors are the best.” – Samantha from Fort Walton Beach, FL

“…adrian college is a great place to attend. from the students to the professors, adrian college is my home away from home. i am glad i chose adrian as my college of choice.” – Ashleigh from Adrian, MI

“…Randolph-Macon was the perfect fit for me; they had everything I was looking for, and offered a great financial aid package. The staff and faculty are all very friendly, and willing to work with students. This really is a college that cares about its...” – Caroline from Lebanon, TN

“…This may not be the best school in the country, but it is a fantastic school. Small class sizes, you can get to know your professors better, gorgeous campus, and you can even self design majors!” – Amber from Ashford, CT

“…this college, now university, offers the perfect balance of social activities, sports, and most importantly academics. my decision to come to mercyhurst is the best decision i have ever made for myself. it is definitely the place to build memories...” – Jonna from Grove City, PA

“…Its a great university and has fantastic programs! Its great financial aid and price was the reason I chose here. It has that college feel and you are guaranteed to find your niche at Fitchburg State University!” – Christina

“…Mary Baldwin College is a close community and a beautiful campus. The faculty and staff are wonderful. Everyone you come in contact with wants you to succeed.” – Sky from Virginia Beach, VA

“…This college is small with 1700 undergrad. You can have easy professors or you can have hard ones depending on your major you may have a lot of work or not. Time management Is key.” – Mariana from Auburndale, MA

“…MICA is the best location for artists to learn their trade in a supportive environment. There are many involvement opportunities both on campus and in the community. There is a healthy amount of competition, creating a competitive, effective learning...” – Cindy from Blacksburg, VA

“…Seton Hill has a beautiful campus. Nowhere else will you get the one on one experience with faculty members who actually know your name. Its small size make Seton Hill the most personable school I know of.” – Breanna from Greensburg, PA

“…Finding a place where i feel accepted and not criticized. Working hard to achieve my personal and academic goals with support from my education instructors.Loving the experiences and the next chapter to my educational/career success” – Sarah from Dickinson, ND

“…it's a great college to attend especially if you can't afford or don't want to go to a four year school” – Joseph from Latham, NY

“…belhaven is an excellent school for the adult learner. whether just starting or returning to college, the adult program will get you on the road to earning your degree quickly. the classes are rigorous, and the professors are committed to student's...” – Rita from Houston, TX

“…I absolutely love my school. When i came here i was instantly surrounded by support and love from the women. I can tell it is going to help mold me into a wonderful young woman.” – Kennishia from Atlanta, GA

“…Waynesburg is a wonderful school! I love the people there and the teachers are very willing to help. I love this university!” – Christena from Falling Waters, WV

“…Its been a great experience. The atmosphere is fun and the teachers care about how you do in their classes. There is lots of people to help you out if needed.” – Dylan from Canada

“…Anna Maria College is a beautiful small campus college in the town of Paxton, Massachusetts. We are a family here, and through daily interactions and events and programs, we truly get close to each other. There is always something amazing and new...” – Ernie from Nashua, NH

“…Midland University is a tight-knit community with something for everyone. The education prepares students with real experience. The opportunities the school offers are amazing and it always seems to have a very active campus.” – Jack from Lincoln, NE

“…The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point is a great college to attend if you prefer a generally smaller sized campus. Class sizes tend to be smaller as a result which I find very beneficial. Additionally most professors are welcome to questions...” – Daniel from Tomahawk, WI

“…great advancement opportunities for students after college. great internship opportunities and helpful placement in them. great helpful and encouraging staff. ” – Stephanie from West Valley, UT

“…Saint Vincent is a rather quiet, rural college. The professors are generally pretty good and with the small class sizes it is easy to meet with professors on a regular basis. Overall, Saint Vincent is a good college and a good place to receive an...” – Student from Greensburg, PA

“…i would rate bluefield college on a scale of 1-10 a nine. bluefield is a small christian school that has small classes where i feel i can succeed better academically. the environment has a warm, safe and relaxing feel to it which can help me feel at...” – SC

“…this campus has a unique style from the students that go here to the buildings not being a the norm. the blend of people from different backgrounds and countries make acceptance here easy for everyone. this college maybe a suny college but it lets us...” – Rondell from New york, NY

“…a beautiful college that gives their students many opportunities to achieve their life goals. the professors actually take the time to help students understand the information that is taught. a fun, loving place where you can make your dreams come...” – Stephanie from Dorcas, WV

“…Baruch College is the most diverse campus in the city and allows anyone to fit in. Making friends is very easy and there are campus events weekly that will keep students entertained and involved. Professors and students are always glad to help.” – Monica from NY

“…I have been to many different colleges in the past and this college is the only one I have continued my education with. This school has been helpful, understanding, and have pushed me to fulfill my potential. I have enjoyed every class and especially...” – Candice from Santa Fe, NM

“…They have a great community that is friendly. They have the best program for Criminal Justice. They are everything that I want and need for a college.” – Denzel from Kansas City, MO

“…Buena Vista University is expensive if you don't know what you're doing. But for the student who knows what they want to study, it is very easy to find your course and lay down all the right foundations while at BVU.” – Christopher from New Providence, IA

“…Despite its lackluster buildings, MCLA is a really great community and a great college to get a degree from. The campus is made up of old buildings with new ideas and the two of them together create a great atmosphere that lets students have all of...” – Sophia from West Coxsackie, NY

“…the college so far is great. it's very well organinized and the saff and students are welcoming to new people. i look forward to the next two years there.” – Ben from Grand Rapids, MI

“…I am a high school student that is duel enrolled at NMC. I love all the help we received at NMC when my Mom and I went for orientation. Its great to be able to do my class through the Internet while in high school and next fall as a high school...” – Lexi from Benzonia, MI

“…with a freindly staff, bright campus, and wide subject range suny potsdam is the perfect school for anyone who is serious about getting their education. while attending, you can get involved with the numerous school organizations, greek life, or...” – Briana from Massena, NY

“…One the best schools I could have chosen for me, in that it does not feel like I am just a number but rather a friend and student. The environment is that of a family, everyone is friendly and interested in you as a person.” – Gabrielle from Westminster, CO

“…The university includes social justice and interdisciplinary studies in its curriculum. Because I have the opportunity to learn on a deeper level and how each discipline is interconnected, the awareness I gain is not just in my area of study. These...” – Gail from Claremont, CA

“…Gorgeous campus with original structures. First university in the state of New York. Amazing location in New York city walking distance to anything you want. ” – Cora from Purchase, NY

“…This is a beautiful campus. It has the right amount of students, not to big or to small, and had helpful professors. I Love Penn State Behrend.” – Cayla from Latrobe, PA

“…Contributes greatly in the intellectual, and professional development of the student by providing wonderful professors and courses that challenge the students capabilities to higher levels. Has a campus filled with history, variety and a knowledge...” – Paola from San Juan, PR

“…I am a freshman at North Country Community College and I absolutely love it here. Everyone makes you feel at home and are so friendly and helpful. I am living in the dorms and they are so nice. Apartment style dorms are a must! You get a lot of...” – Chelsey from Nicholville, NY

“…Penn state lehigh valley has a small campus. Students and teachers are extremely nice and helpful. and The prominade mall is right across the street which is a perfect place to hangout in. ” – Abdulrahman from Whitehall, PA