Intro to Financial Management | Principles of Marketing | Introduction to Management | Introduction to Arts and Culture | Event Management 1 | IT Skills | Music Industries | Theatre and Performance 1.
BA [Hons] Arts Management
There are opportunities to study abroad through an Erasmus Programme in Year 3. A work industry placement takes place in Year 3.
What will I do?
- Study the arts, and the cultural and creative industries from a business perspective.
- Develop a range of practical skills needed to work in this sector.
- Gain relevant hands-on business experience e.g. running events in music, visual arts, and performing arts.
- Benefit from small class sizes and industry-experienced teaching team.
- Learn through experience on cultural field trips.
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What will I be able to do when I graduate?
This course has a strong track record of producing graduates with the professional management skills to work in the arts, and the cultural and creative industries. Graduates go on to careers in Music Management, Festival & Event Management, Theatre Management, Marketing, Digital Marketing, Hospitality, Finance and Management. Recent graduates have been employed by Madison Square Garden, New York; Wicklow Arts Festival; RTÉ; and Sony. Graduates also progress to further study at Masters level in Ireland and abroad.
What modules will I study?
Financial Management | Digital Marketing | Creative & Cultural Industries | Law 1 | Event Management 2 | Market Research | Music Industries 2.
Applied Digital Skills | Cultural Economy | Design Thinking & Communications | Theatre & Performance 2 | Business Research Methods | Advanced Research Methods | Advanced Music Industry | Placement | Erasmus.
Strategic Arts Management | Financial Strategy & Taxation | Social Media | Law 2 | Irish Cultural Policy | Human Resources | Comparative Cultural Policy | Public Relations | Graduate Employability Skills | Arts & Sustainability.