Bachelor of Science in Arts Administration (Comprehensive Arts, Fine Arts, Theatre)

Core Curriculum

All degree programs require completion of the Core Curriculum. A complete description of the core and its requirements is available in the Core Curriculum section of the Daemen catalogue. Courses which satisfy a portion or complete a core requirement will have such designation indicated after the course title.

Required in all Programs

  1. MAJOR: 51 credits

    • VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS/ARTS ADMINISTRATION: 15 credits:

      • ART436 Overview of Aesthetics (3)
      • ARTA450 Practicum Seminar in Arts and Management (6)
      • MUS100 Introduction to Music (3)
      • THA246 Design for the Theater: History of Theatrical Space (3) -- CI
    • BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION: 36 credits:

      • ACC225 Financial Accounting (3) - CT
      • ACC226 Managerial Accounting (3)
      • BA211 Effective Business Communications (3) -- WI
      • BA220 Diversity & Cross Cultural Management (3) -- AA; WI
      • ECO201 Principles of Microeconomics (3) -- CT
      • FIN325 Corporate Finance (3)
      • HSM350 Grants and Contract Development (3)
      • MGT208 Principles of Management (3)
      • MGT312 Human Resource Management (3)
      • MIS280 Computer Studies and Problem Solving (3) -- CT
      • MKT209 Principles of Marketing (3)
      • MKT312 Promotional Strategies (3)
  2. CORE : 12 credits:

    • CMP101 English Composition (3) -- CS; ILIT; WI
    • IND101 Sustainable & Critical Relationships (3)
    • MTH104 Survey of Statistics (3) -- CT; QL
    • PHI213 Reflections on Contemporary Moral Issues (3) ME

Additional Requirements for the Comprehensive Arts Specialization

  1. MAJOR

    • VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS/ARTS ADMINISTRATION: 24 credits:

      • ART275 History of Art: Ancient-Medieval (3) -- AA; WI
      • ART285 History of Art: Renaissance-Modern (3) -- AA; WI
      • MUS115 The Music of the United States (3) -- AA
      • Art Studio and Theater Electives: 15 credits
  2. CORE: 33 credits:

    • ART101 Introduction to Visual Arts (3) -- AA
    • THA106 Introduction to Theater (3) -- AA
    • Core Electives: 27 credits

TOTAL PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS = 120 CREDITS

 

Additional Requirements for the Fine Arts Specialization

  1. MAJOR

    • VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS/ARTS ADMINISTRATION: 27 credits:

      • ART103 Foundation Design I (3)
      • ART104 Foundation Design II (3)
      • ART105 Foundation Drawing I (3)
      • ART106 Foundation Drawing II (3)
      • ART275 History of Art: Ancient-Medieval (3) -- AA; WI
      • ART285 History of Art: Renaissance-Modern (3) -- AA; WI
      • ART446 History of Contemporary Art: 1940-Present (3)
      • Art Studio Electives: 6 credits
  2. CORE: 33 credits

    • THA106 Introduction to Theater (3) -- AA
    • Core Electives: 30 credits

TOTAL PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS = 123 CREDITS

 

Additional Requirements for the Theater Specialization

  1. MAJOR

    • VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS/ARTS ADMINISTRATION: 24 credits:

      • THA103 Basic Acting Technique (3)
      • THA106 Introduction to Theater (3) -- AA
      • THA207 Improvisation (3) -- AA
      • THA260 Advanced Acting: Scene Study (3) -- AA
      • Theater Electives: 12 credits
  2. CORE: 33 credits:

    • ART101 Introduction to Visual Arts (3) -- AA
    • Core Electives: 30 credits

TOTAL PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS = 120 CREDITS

 

Requirements for Animation; Art; Arts Administration Programs: Admission, Admission to Upper Division, Graduation - consult the Visual & Performing Arts Department section of the catalogue or the Program Plans option on the Registrar's web page.

Suggested Course Sequence

Access the suggested course sequences for: BS, Arts Administration, Comprehensive Arts specialization, BS, Arts Administration, Fine Arts specialization, BS, Arts Administration, Theater specialization, from the Visual & Performing Arts web page or from the Program Plans site on the Registrar's web page.

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