Creative Practice Leadership

About course

Through a series of four transdisciplinary core courses and four discipline-weighted, student-selected electives in the performing and visual arts, the MS Creative Practice Leadership offers a two-semester, intensive, Masters-level program of training in and exploration of new approaches to leadership in the fields of critical creative practice, cultural entrepreneurship, and innovation in the arts and entertainment industries. Grounded in a broadly interdisciplinary approach, the goal is to enable administrators and practitioners in the creative professions to become transformational leaders and change agents for a rapidly evolving cultural environment. The MS Creative Practice Leadership engages administration, curation, advocacy and other forms of cultural communication and intermediation from the point of view that creative practice leadership must become more than an outwardly successful business or administrative exercise; rather, such leadership must re-examine past assumptions about, and envision new parameters for how, success is defined. The ethos underlying the design of courses in this program is that leadership in the arts and creative industries brings a responsibility to the progress, vitality and sustainability of the world that those creative enterprises seek to embrace, a responsibility that requires critical thinking and deeply thoughtful exploration, along with the skills necessary for implementation.


Programme overview

Master’s degree
Level degree
To be advised
Estimated Fee
Full-time
Programme type
English
Primary Language
24 Months
Duration

Grade & score

Test score

  • IELTS

    6.5

  • TOEFL IBT

    100

  • DUOLINGO

    120

Grade

  • GPA

    3.00

  • CGPA10

    7.50

  • CGPA5

    4.00

  • percentage

    73

  • British Degree

    Lower-second class honours

  • letter

    B