​​​​​Under Graduate &

Post Graduate Levels


Online Assessment by Jury & by Supervision


Our awards in Arts Administration & Leadership aim to: 

  • Recognize transferable skills that traverse a broad range of art form contexts, including film, theatre, dance, music, and the visual arts via a vocational pathway. 
  • Develop a broad understanding of issues concerning the arts.
  • Recognition of leadership potential 
  • Recognition of the ability to function ethically 
  • Recognition of the use of imagination and resourcefulness to advance and promote the arts across all borders.
  • Develop the application of business administration techniques and processes to the arts. The practical aspects of rational management of resources, pursuing efficiency while seeking to develop the means of expression and the artistic vision.
  • Recognize that the Arts requires freedom and space to fulfill its role, inspiring ideas, educating, and embodying current issues that develop and shape a nation's and people's identities, and ensuring the creation and evolution of cultural legacies.
  • Develop event management and planning, e.g., tours and workshops, camps, staging of concerts, displays, recordings, and distribution, etc., utilizing the techniques and tools available to Arts Administrators - PR, Social Media, HR, funding, accounting & governance, showing how it is all underpinned by sound fiscal management practices. 
  • Develop insight into the evolution of the demands of the cultural marketplace in a globalized context via the structures of cultural industries and cross-disciplinary settings.
  • Recognize that the dynamic arts and cultural sector have a strong demand for responsive and highly trained Arts Administrators to take on leadership roles in all areas; visual and performing arts and the heritage and creative industries. 


Masters International Certificate in Arts Management                                                                                                 

Pre-requisites:

  • An interest in the field of Arts Management.
  • At least 6 months of study in any Business subjects (Accounting, Marketing, Management, HR, PR, IT, & Soc. Media).

        OR  

  • A general interest in any of the above subjects (Soc. Media, IT - Web Design & Development, PR, Marketing, etc.).


Requirements:


  • Synopsis: A review of the field of Arts Management
  • Video Presentation: Clearly demonstrate a broad understanding of issues concerning the arts.
  • Some experience assisting in the management of an arts organization or at a school will be highly regarded. 


Post-Nominal - Cert.Arts (Mgt)


​Designation granted upon attainment: 

                                                                                                                               

  • A-MCPAA -
  • Associate of the Masters International Certified Practicing Arts Administrator Program


Masters International Diploma of Arts - Management                                                                                  
Pre-requisites:

  • An interest in the development of the Arts via higher-level studies in Administration & Leadership.
  • 1 – 2 years of study in Business subjects (Accounting, Economics, Marketing, Management, HR, PR, IT, & Soc. Media).
  • Cert.Arts (Mgt)  
  • A-MCPAA


Requirements:

  • Synopsis: A review of the dual field of Arts Administration & Leadership.
  • Video Presentation: Clearly demonstrate how each area of Arts Administration & Leadership contributes to the development of transferable skills that traverse a broad range of art form contexts, including film, theatre, dance, music, and the visual arts via a vocational pathway.
  • ​Practicum: Report on your role within an arts organization and how you are able to make contributions to its management.  


Post-Nominal - Dip.Arts (Mgt)


Designation granted upon attainment: 

                                                                                                                                                     

  • MCPAA - 
  • Full Member of the Masters International Certified Practicing Arts Administrator Program


Masters International Master of Arts - Administration & Leadership                                                                                     
Pre-requisites:


  • Dip.Arts (Mgt) 
  • BBA. &/or BBus.
  • MCPAA


Requirements:

  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Written Work: Candidates are required to submit a paper on how each area contributes to the development of a broad understanding of issues concerning the arts e.g. recognition of leadership potential, recognition of the ability to function ethically, and the ability to use resources effectively in the advancement and promotion of the arts across all borders.
  • Video Presentation: Discussion highlighting points in your written work. 
  • Practicum 1: Design an Arts Administration & Leadership plan which seeks to develop a local or regional area arts organization.
  • Practicum 2: Candidates are required to Implement the plan under supervision.


Post-Nominal - MA (Arts Administration & Leadership)


Designation granted upon attainment: 

                                                                                                                         

  • FMCPAA -
  • Fellow of the Masters International Certified Practicing Arts Administrator Program - FMCPAA  


Masters International Artistic Director - Administration & Leadership                                                                                                 Pre-requisites:

  • A deepening interest in the development of the Arts via Administration & Leadership. 
  • MA. (Arts Administration & Leadership)
  • FMCPAA


Requirements:

  • Curriculum Vitae (updated)
  • Written Work: Develop the application of business administration techniques and processes to the Arts. The practical aspects of rational management of resources, pursuing efficiency while seeking to develop the means of expression and the artistic vision.
  • Video Presentation: Discussion highlighting points in your written work. 
  • Practicum 1: Design a second Arts Administration & Leadership plan which seeks to develop a local or regional area arts organization.
  • Practicum 2: Candidates are required to Implement the plan under supervision.


Post-Nominal - AD (Arts Administration & Leadership)


Designation granted upon attainment: 

                                                                                                                            

  • SF-MCPAA - 
  • Senior Fellow of the Masters International Certified Practicing Arts Administrator Program   

Masters International Director of Major Arts - Administration & Leadership                                                                   
Pre-requisites:


  • AD (Arts Administration & Leadership)​
  • MBA or MBus (Arts & Cultural Management) or similar.
  • SF-MCPAA

Requirements:


  • Curriculum Vitae (updated)
  • ​Written Work: 'Describe the Methodology': Candidates are required to develop various approaches for use by Major Arts organizations and show clearly how the inherent potential can be elevated to its highest levels.
  • Concept​ Development:  A Major Arts event planning and project management assignment, e.g., tours and workshops, camps, staging of concerts, displays, recordings, and distribution, etc., utilizing the techniques and tools available to Arts Administrators - PR, Social Media, HR, funding, policy-writing, and accounting, showing how all is underpinned by sound fiscal management practices. 
  • Practicum: Provide an in-depth report of the implementation of an Arts Administration & Leadership plan for any Major Arts organization e.g., national and international bodies. 

Post-Nominal - DMA (Arts Administration & Leadership)


Designation granted upon attainment:

                                                                                                                                                   

  • DSF-MCPAA - 
  • Distinguished Senior Fellow of the Masters International Certified Practicing Arts Administrator Program.

 
Masters International Chartered Director of Arts - Administration & Leadership                                                                                Pre-requisites:

  • DMA (Arts Administration & Leadership)
  • DSF-MCPAA

Requirements:

  • Curriculum Vitae (updated)
  • Written Work: Develop deeper insight into the evolution of the demands of the cultural marketplace in a globalized context via the structures of cultural industries and cross-disciplinary settings.
  • ​Candidates are required to develop an Arts Administration & Leadership plan via international professional networks
  • Provide a report on the implementation of such an Arts Administration & Leadership plan for any Arts organization. 


Designation granted upon attainment: 

                                                                                                                             

  • MCD~
  • Full Member of the Masters International Chartered Director of Arts Administration & Leadership Program.                                                                                               

Fellowship -

Masters International Chartered Director of Arts - Administration & Leadership                                                           

Pre-requisite:

  • MCD

Requirements:


  • Curriculum Vitae (updated)
  • ​​Candidates are required to develop an Arts Administration & Leadership plan that sets up an Arts organization to become an international networking hub.
  • Implement such a plan for an Arts organization.
  • Provide an in-depth report on the implementation of such a plan.


Designation granted upon attainment: 

                                                                                                                             

  • FMCD~
  • Fellow of the Masters International Chartered Director of Arts Administration & Leadership Program


Masters Chartered Global Director of Arts - Administration & Leadership                                                          
Pre-requisite:

  • FMCD or 
  • DBA (any area)

Requirements:

  • Curriculum Vitae (updated)
  • Develop a chronological history or timeline for an international organization​​ from the beginning to the current day. 
  • Discuss via video presentation how the timeline assists in the understanding and realization of steps in the process of an Arts Administration and Leadership role. Describe, in particular, some of the creative techniques utilized.
  • Teaching Syllabus: Candidates are to develop a syllabus devised for the entire Tertiary Series and show how it includes a vehicle for continuous improvement. 
  • Teaching Methodology: Provide a paper giving consideration to various approaches that might be utilized in teaching this subject.
  • Practicum: Undertake participation in a supervisory team at the Global level. 


Designation upon attainment:


  • MCGD~
  • Full Member of the Masters International Chartered Global Director of Arts Administration Program                                                                  

Fellowship - 

Masters Chartered Global Director of Arts - Administration & Leadership                                                       

Pre-requisites:

  • MCGD

Requirements:

  • ​Written Work: 'Describe the Methodology': Candidates are required to develop innovative approaches for use by international Arts organizations and show clearly how their professional international networking hub can build these approaches into their operations.
  • Concept​ Development:  International networking hub operations: End to end event planning and project management, utilizing the techniques and tools available to all Arts Administrators. Discuss the need for capacity building and how it applies at the global level. 
  • Practicum 1: Provide an in-depth report of any plan implemented at the global level.
  • Practicum 2: Undertake participation in a supervisory team at the Global level. 


Designation granted upon attainment: 

                                                                                                                             

  • FMCGD ~
  • Fellow of the Masters International Chartered Global Director of Arts Administration & Leadership Program


Senior Fellow - 

Masters Chartered Global Director of Arts - Administration & Leadership                                                  
Pre-requisite:

  • FMCGD

Requirements:

  • Written Work: 'Review of the Methodology': Candidates are required to review their entire approach to this subject at the global level and make major or minor modifications that demonstrate high-level improvements and/or other ways to study the subject. 
  • Concept​ Development:  Candidates are to develop a syllabus devised for the entire Tertiary Series in Arts Administration & Leadership and make major or minor modifications that demonstrate high-level improvements and/or other ways to study the subject.
  • Teaching Methodology: Provide a brief giving consideration to the approaches utilized.
  • Video Presentation: Discuss how and why the syllabus and the methodology were developed and demonstrate practice-specific approaches.   ​  
  • Practicum 1: Provide a report of any plan implemented at the global level. 
  • Practicum 2: Undertake an assistant leader role of a supervisory team at the Global level. 


Designation granted upon attainment: 

                                                                                                                                 

  • SF-MCGD~
  • Senior Fellow of the Masters International Chartered Global Director of Arts Administration & Leadership Program


Distinguished Senior Fellow -

Masters Chartered Global Director of Arts - Administration & Leadership                          
 Pre-requisite:

  • SF-MCGD


Requirements:

  • Written Work: 'Reflection on the Methodology': Candidates are required to reflect on their entire approach to this subject at the global level and make major or minor modifications that demonstrate high-level improvements and/or other ways to study the subject. 
  • Concept​ Development:  Candidates are to develop a syllabus devised for the entire Global Series of designations and make any major or minor modifications that demonstrate high-level improvements and/or other ways to study the subject.
  • Teaching Methodology: Provide a brief giving consideration to the approaches utilized.
  • Video Presentation: Discuss how and why the syllabus and the methodology were developed and demonstrate practice-specific approaches.   ​  
  • Practicum: Lead a supervisory team at the Global level. 


Designation granted upon attainment:  

                                                                                                                         

  • DSF-MCGD ~
  • Distinguished Senior Fellow of the Masters International Chartered Global Director of Arts - Administration & Leadership Program.​

















 

 





`Tertiary Series

Arts Administration & Leadership