The Wisconsin Full-Time MBA curriculum integrates a strong foundation in general management with highly focused preparation in your chosen career field. You will begin taking courses in your career specialization during the first semester of the program. This early start helps you achieve your full potential and makes your applied learning experiences richer.
Applied learning experiences in arts administration include leadership service on a nonprofit board, and consulting projects designed to assess and create capacity for both regional and national arts organizations as part of the capstone experience. These experiences are combined with in-class learning and discussion to reflect back the practical learning.
Applied practice with local organizations through work mentorship assignments, and the opportunity to interact with industry leaders during on-site visits to arts sector organizations in major cultural centers throughout the United States, are two other ways we make networking and applied learning a priority in the Wisconsin MBA Program in arts administration.
Customize Your MBA with Flexible Options
Electives give you the flexibility to shape a course of study that meets your individual needs. You can also focus on an area of interest to you by pursuing one or more graduate-level certificates in topics such as business analytics, entrepreneurship, strategic innovation, and sustainability.