Non-Profit Arts & Creative Leadership - Art

Why study non-profit arts and creative leadership at Coe College?

Non-profit arts and creative leadership students at Coe College have significant advantages.

  • Class sizes are small, allowing for individual attention and learning. Classrooms are highly interactive, promoting opportunities for critical thinking.
  • Coe has the #7 Most Accessible Professors in the nation, according to The Princeton Review.
  • Coe students and faculty have built relationships with community non-profit partners through department courses and workshops. Courses have collaborated with Willis Dady Homeless Services and Family Caregivers Center of Mercy.

Careers for non-profit arts and creative leadership students

Nearly 100% of reporting Coe graduates are employed or in grad school within nine months of graduation. Students who study non-profit arts and creative leadership at Coe will be well prepared for leadership careers including:  

  • Non-Profit Arts Organizations
  • Art Museums
  • Theatres
  • Orchestras
  • Concert Venues
  • Historical Centers
  • Civic and Government Entities

Course requirements

  1. MU/MS/THE 283 Arts Administration (1.0)
  2. MS 220 Marketing the Museum (.5 credit)
  3. ART/MS 235 Arts Advocacy (.5)
  4. PR-205 Public Relations (WE)
  5. BUS-280 Computer Applications: Business Websites (.5) AND BUS-281 Computer Applications: Social Media (.5)
  6. ART-494 Internship in Art