A Masters degree is an academic degree awarded to individuals who successfully denote a higher level of expertise. There are two main types of Masters - taught and research.
Arts management studies can provide students with a solid education on managing, promoting and developing artistic organizations and linking these associations, as well as connecting artists and cultural resources with the proper audiences.
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The Master’s Degree in Cultural Management is an on-campus academic program offered in Colombia with the possibility of accessing a double Master’s Degree in Art Market and Art-Related [+]
Master in Cultural Management
The Master’s Degree in Cultural Management is an on-campus academic program offered in Colombia with the possibility of accessing a double Master’s Degree in Art Market and Art-Related Companies Management granted by Universidad Antonio de Nebrija (Spain).
This master’s degree provides consultants, managers, entrepreneurs, government leaders and researchers with advanced knowledge and competencies in order to understand, design and manage cultural processes, programs and projects in governmental and private organizations.
It is aimed at responding to globalization demands modifying processes related to the creation, production, dissemination, consumption and appropriation of cultural goods and services. It also aims at contributing to the qualification of professionals involved in the administration and management of cultural companies, and even to the implementation of culture-related projects in order to develop managerial skills. The Master’s Degree in Cultural Management increases organizational management capacity and fosters business partnerships, research development generating and transferring knowledge in production chains, and the economic dimension of the cultural sector.... [-]