Students in various O'Neill School curricular programs have the opportunity to work on projects in the Center for Cultural Affairs.
The O'Neil School’s doctoral programs in public affairs will equip you with research and analytical skills to produce knowledge that helps address the complex problems facing society. You’ll be prepared to lead for the greater good, whether in academia or as a practitioner.
The Center for Cultural Affairs will be offering dissertation fellowships for Ph.D. students focused on cultural affairs research. Students must first be accepted into the Ph.D. in Public Affairs program.
As an MAAA-MPA dual degree
As a MAAA student, you’ll learn from top scholars in arts management and cultural policy. In addition to being committed educators, O'Neill School faculty members are highly regarded by their peers in the arts management industry and at academic institutions across the country. Combining faculty and practical expertise with the astonishing variety of cultural offerings on campus and in Bloomington, students can look forward to an intellectually and culturally stimulating experience in the study and practice of arts management, while preparing themselves for leadership in the arts in the decades ahead.
With a Bachelor of Science in Arts Management degree, your coursework will cover arts marketing, finance, nonprofit management, law, and major selections that focus on your interests. You'll learn the fundamentals of running an arts organization, while specializing in specific arts