Arts Administration (B.A.)
Making Art Happen
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Why Enroll in Seton Hill's Arts Administration Program?
- courses such as "Professional Practice for Visual Arts" and "Arts for Community Change"
- apprenticeships in both non-profit organizations and for-profit galleries
- the opportunity to organize and curate a gallery event, as well as build your portfolio
- study in Seton Hill's Arts Center in our downtown Greensburg campus
- the integration of technology into your courses through our Apple Distinguished School, which includes an Apple laptop and iPad for all full-time freshmen
Seton Hill University's Arts Center is the perfect place to begin creating your future, and features two professional venues - the Harlan Gallery and the Jodee Harris Gallery. These spaces feature both professional artists and student art exhibits throughout the year, giving you up close and personal experiences in the arts from your very first semester here on the Hill.
Apprenticeships & Careers
As a student in the Arts Administration program, you will begin your experience with professionalism through a required apprenticeship.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment for art directors is expected to increase steadily through 2026. Seton Hill's Career and Professional Development Center will set you up to take advantage of networking opportunities and make meaningful connections with professionals in your field of interest.