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Arts Management Program

The College of Charleston is one of the few schools in the Southeast and the only school in South Carolina to offer undergraduate study with a major and a minor in Arts Management. The College's program is uniquely situated in an environment with an active arts community. This provides students numerous opportunities for internships, career networking, and participation in special projects.

Message from the Director

Karen ChandlerKaren Chandler, Ph.D.
Program Director

The Arts Management Program continues to grow by leaps and bounds.  We are expanding our programs as well as the learning opportunities we offer our students.

Over the last several years we have added an Arts Management concentration as part of the Graduate School’s Masters of Public Administration and a Graduate Certificate which focuses on preparing arts managers to meet the ever-changing demands placed on cultural institutions. Read more.

Summer 2015 Internships & Classes

Students who intend to do their "for-credit" internship during Summer 2015 should contact Anja Kelley in the Program office before Spring Break. For all necessary documents and information, visit the Internship page of the website. If you are still looking for an internship, visit the Internship Opportunities page for some ideas.

Students who are interested in taking classes during Summer 2015 can learn about the courses offered by the Arts Management program here

Registration for Summer & Fall 2015

Beginning Monday February 28th, all currently enrolled undergraduate College of Charleston students may register for Maymester and Summer session classes via MyCharleston.
Visit the Registrar's Registration Entry Times webpage for more information regarding Fall course registration. 

May 2015 Graduation

ATTN. SENIORS: If you plan to graduate this May, all of the information you need to know can be found on the Senior Information page of the website. 

IN THE MIX Returns for Spring 2015

Now back for the third semester, IN THE MIX continues to connect students with music industry leaders through engaging lectures each month. Join us on February 16, March 16, and April 20 in the Simons Center Recital Hall at 6:30 pm for these free lectures. 

Check back often for updates, announcements and important information about the Arts Management Program.