Arts Entrepreneurship Minor
Artists and arts organizations operate in an increasingly complex political, social, and economic environment creating a need for entrepreneurial thinking in the arts. The arts entrepreneurship interdisciplinary minor exposes students to entrepreneurial thinking skills that can be applied to creating a new arts venture, adding value to an existing arts organization, and developing opportunities for the individual artist. Students complete the minor by taking the FSB entrepreneurship core curriculum and specialized courses in arts entrepreneurship.
The arts entrepreneurship minor is open to all university students and will fulfill the Thematic Sequence requirement for most majors.
For information, contact Todd Stuart, Director of Arts Management, 228 Center for Performing Arts, 513-529-2371.
(19 credit hours)
|CCA 111||Innovation, Creativity and Design Thinking||3|
|ESP 101||Entrepreneurship Foundations||1|
|ESP 201||Introduction to Entrepreneurship and Business Models||3|
|ESP 251||Entrepreneurial Value Creation and Capture||3|
|ESP 252||Entrepreneurial Mindset: Creativity and Organization||3|
|CCA 306||Arts Entrepreneurship||1.5|
|CCA 307||Arts Venture Creation||1.5|
|CCA 401||Strategic Planning for the Arts||3|
|Total Credit Hours||19|