ArtsWinthrop offers a variety of graduate programs, including an online program for working professionals in arts administration.
M.A. in Arts Administration: This program prepares individuals interested in contributing to the creative industry as innovative leaders. Through in-depth preparation, these arts leaders learn how to inspire audiences and their organizations, sustain financial support, manage resources, and create innovative strategies that sustain organizations. Choose from a low-residency (weekend classes) or 100% online program.
Graduate certificate in arts administration: This low-residency (weekend) certificate program is designed for individuals with fundamental, entry-level experience in non-profit arts organizations who seek to begin careers or enhance their effectiveness as arts administration professionals. This certificate is ideal for individuals who want advanced credentials and professional connections without the larger time commitment and academic requirements of a master’s degree. More Information
M.F.A. in Studio Art: The M.F.A. program at Winthrop develops and nurtures the artist’s voice. The Department of Fine Arts engages artists who can navigate ideas of the contemporary world. The program demands focused research in traditional, interdisciplinary, or emerging practices in visual and conceptual art. More Information
Master of Music in Conducting: Students may select either the wind instrumental or choral track.
Master of Music in Performance: Degree includes all band and orchestral instruments, piano, organ, voice, and guitar.
Master of Music Education: This graduate program develops effective music educators with courses on curriculum, music technology, teaching methodology, and more.
BROADEN YOUR OPPORTUNITIES IN ARTS LEADERSHIP
Today’s arts administration leaders require a mix of professional skills, creative initiative and humane integrity to thrive in nonprofit arts environments. The online M.A. in Arts Administration (M.A.A.A.) program gives you the solid skill set you need to develop these essential competencies and advance your career in the arts. It combines current theory, academic research and applied practice to help you become an effective leader in arts administration.
Graduate students work with a variety of full-time and adjunct faculty members with years of experience working in their respective fields. Many of our faculty members hold positions in prestigious arts organizations and have been internationally recognized.
- Master of Arts (M.A.) in arts administration
- Master of Fine Arts (M.F.A.) in studio art
- Master of Music (M.M.) in conducting
- Master of Music (M.M.) in performance
- Master of Music Education (M.M.E.)
- Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.)
- arts non-profit director
- museum manager
- symphony conductor
- art professor
- K-12 educator
- creative director
- and more