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Arts Management (AMM) Course Descriptions

AMM 200: Management and the Arts
Goal: To explore the field of arts management, including career possibilities, and to develop awareness of both the history and current trends in the field.   
Content: Overview of the arts management discipline, including issues related to arts administration, business/financial aspects, and leadership theory.
Taught: Spring semester in alternate years.
Prerequisite: None.
Credit: 3 hours. 
 

AMM 396: Special Topics in Arts Management.
Goal: To provide an opportunity for exploration of a topic not offered as part of the established curriculum.
Content: Examination of special topics, problems, or issues in accounting that seem particularly relevant to student needs and interests.
Taught: Offered occasionally.
Prerequisite: Dependent on topic.
Credit: 3 hours. A student may take a maximum of six to eight semester hours (two courses) of special topics in any one field.

AMM 451: Directed Independent Study.
Goal: To provide the student with the opportunity for independent study, under careful supervision, of significant topics in accounting selected in consultation with the instructor.
Content: Varies.
Taught: Fall, Spring, and Summer.
Prerequisite: Adequate course work for the topic selected.
Credit: 1–6 hours.

AMM 452/199: Field Study.
Goal: To provide the student with intensive, specialized work experience in the area of accounting.
Content: Observation and participation in the work of accounting professionals.
Taught: Fall, Spring, and Summer.
Prerequisite: Adequate course work for the placement selected and permission of the faculty advisor; approval of the Director of Career Development.
Credit: 1-12 hours.

AMM 470: Senior Capstone.
Goal: To provide the student with an opportunity to integrate skills to create a self-designed project with focus given to project management. 
Content: The student will make a formal presentation to the Program Director and faculty of the chosen track as in a business setting.
Taught: As needed.
Credit: 3 Credit Hours.

AMM 499: Honors Thesis. (Fee required).

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