Ldrshp in Arts & Entmnt Ind

Name Title Credits School
LAEI 501 Producing and Presenting I 3.00 School of Int Stud & Education
This is the first of the three experienced- based portfolio development courses that expose students to a platform of performing arts industry standards of success. Weekly day- long classes are designed as master classes which take place in various performing arts venues. Classroom Hours- Laboratory and/or Studio Hours- Course Credits: 3-0-3

LAEI 601 Producing and Presenting II 3.00 School of Int Stud & Education
This is the second of the three experienced- based portfolio development courses that expose students to a platform of performing arts industry standards of success. Weekly day- long classes are designed as master classes which take place in various performing arts venues. Classroom Hours- Laboratory and/or Studio Hours- Course Credits: 3-0-3

LAEI 610 Strategic Planning Technology 3.00 School of Int Stud & Education
Strategic planning must be an ongoing practice to ensure the sustainability of public and nonprofit performing arts organizations. This course focuses on the role of technology in the dynamics of strategic planning and its value to effective leadership practice.

LAEI 620 Global Performing Arts 3.00 School of Int Stud & Education
This course explores how effective managers and leaders of performing organizations that present and produce dance, theater, opera and music in the US and globally create sound programming, hire artists, maintain appropriate staffing, run box offices/ ticketing, create marketing and public relations campaigns, etc. Students are required to attend the 5- day APAP/NY Global Conference & Marketplace held the second week of January at the NY Hilton Midtown.

LAEI 701 Producing and Presenting III 3.00 School of Int Stud & Education
This is the last of three experienced- based portfolio development courses that expose students to a platform of performing arts industry standards of success. Weekly day- long classes are designed as master classes which take place in various performing arts venues. Classroom Hours- Laboratory and/or Studio Hours- Course Credits: 3-0-3

LAEI 710 Performing Arts Practicum 3.00 School of Int Stud & Education
This course provides advanced students with a forum for challenging and debating theories and models in the performing arts industry. While working in the industry (on a job or a 6- week internship), students keep journals and, once a week, gather for full-day sessions, facilitated by experienced professionals, where guest speakers engage with the students in their area of expertise and students, through discussion and other forms of reflection, gain in-depth knowledge of a range of arts leadership and management topics affecting performing arts leaders such as leadership v. management, leadership styles and roles, organizational sustainability and financial stability, technological adaptation, advocacy, global issues and evaluation. Classroom Hours- Laboratory and/or Studio Hours- Course Credits: 3-0-3

LAEI 720 Capstone Seminar in Arts Policy & Strategy 3.00 School of Int Stud & Education