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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.


Fall 2016 Registration Entry Times

Registration for Fall 2016 begins on Monday, March 21.


  1. Intent Form: July 1
  2. Learning Agreement: August 1

For your assigned time visit,

New Faculty Public Lectures 

Saturday, May 28 | 11:30 a.m. | Room 309 - Simons Center for the Arts
(54 St. Philip Street)

"To further enhance the program, the Director of Arts Management, Dr. Karen Chandler, and the faculty of the program announce the academic appointments of Dr. Katherine (Kate) Keeney and Dr. Jason C. White, who will join the faculty this fall.

Keeney and White will give talks about their research and work in arts management and arts entrepreneurship – Keeney will speak about the importance of understanding arts organizations as a complex ecosystem supported by the nonprofit, private, and public sectors, and White will propose and discuss a framework for researching and analyzing the state of entrepreneurship across the South Carolina arts sector." The lecture/event will be an opportunity for students, and local and statewide arts and business leaders to meet the new faculty members.

For more information on Dr. Keeney, Dr. White, and their lectures:

The School of the Arts at the College of Charleston plays a distinctive role in the lives and education of the students of the College as well as the community by developing artists, art scholars, and art leaders within a liberal arts setting.  The education in the arts that we provide stimulates creativity and critical thinking skills, activates the whole learning process, and motivates a life-long love for the arts for all students.  Within a city known for its cultural heritage, this superior education marks the School as a national flagship undergraduate arts program.