Students in the Master of Arts in Performing Arts Administration program will take coursework taught be experts in the field in the following topic areas:
Facilities Management and Operations
Marketing and Public Relations
Technology in the Arts
Education and Community Engagement
A total of 30 credit hours will be taken over the course of the year to complete the Master of Arts in Performing Arts Administration.
Coursework for this program will be taught online during the traditional academic year (August through May). For 2 weeks prior to the academic year (July 21 to August 2) and 2 weeks just after the academic year (May 25 to June 21), however, students will be required to be on campus in Chicago for in-person coursework and networking opportunities. The Master of Arts in Performing Arts Administration faculty will also be on campus during these periods of time.
For students not currently living in the Chicago metropolitan area, campus housing will be made available during these periods of time. The Office of Enrollment and Student Services is also happy to assist in recommending neighborhoods around the city where students may look for temporary housing.
Yes! All students admitted to the Master of Arts in Performing Arts Administration degree will be considered for scholarships. Tuition for this program is the same as all of CCPA's other programs, and rates of tuition may be found here. Roosevelt University will work with students interested in taking out student loans to cover any portion of remaining expenses. Contact the Office of Enrollment and Student Services for additional information: (312) 341-6735.
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