MSc-Diploma-Certificate Arts and Heritage Management

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  • Objectives
    The management of arts and heritage is an applied area of education and training which provides specialised skills. These are transferable across the whole of the expanding service sector in the economy, which accounts for over two-thirds of employment in the UK and is growing internationally. There has never been a greater need for managers with appropriate training to ensure that arts and heritage organisations survive and succeed in the 21st century. The Arts & Heritage Management MSc has been designed to appeal to people interested in starting a career in arts and heritage; those already working in the sector who wish to improve their management qualifications; and those who want to make a career change.
  • Entry requirements
    Entry requirements A good second class honours degree or better from a recognised university, or approved professional qualification. Occasionally, experienced managers without these qualifications will be accepted. Our standard English requirements for overseas students are: IELTS 7.0 with a minimum of 6 in each category or TOEFL 617 with 4.5 on the Test of Written English, which must be taken as a separate part of the TOEFL test, or 260 in the computer-based test with 5 in the TWE.
  • Academic title
    MSc/Diploma/Certificate Arts and Heritage Management
  • Course description
    Course content

    The first semester consists of core modules. Some optional modules are available in the second semester and students complete a dissertation in the following summer.

    Core modules in the Autumn Semester

    -The Leisure Context in Arts & Heritage
    -Marketing, Consumption & Culture
    -Accounting and Financial Management
    -Managing People in Organisations
    -Research Methods

    Core modules in the Spring Semester

    -Festivals & Event Management in Arts & Heritage
    -Research Methods

    Optional modules in the Spring Semester (you will choose three)

    -Critical Issues in Tourism
    -Cultural Branding
    -Public Policy through Leisure
    -Strategic Management
    -Enterprise Development

    Students complete a project/dissertation in the following summer.

    -Case studies
    -Group work for collaborative learning
    -Augmented with web-based discussion groups

    -Individual assignments
    -Group projects
    -End-semester examinations

    Certificate/Diploma in Arts & Heritage Management
    Students who successfully complete the first semester but do not proceed receive the Certificate. Those who pass both semesters´ modules but do not proceed receive the Diploma.

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