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We believe that through the study of design and the arts, you gain the knowledge and skills to become the change-makers of the world.
It’s time to create your future - Graduate Education in arts and culture enterprise and entrepreneurship
Introducing the Curb Master of Arts in Creative Enterprise and Cultural Leadership. This new graduate program leads students to increase their capacity for interpersonal communication, public communication, opportunity recognition, network/systems thinking, problem recognition and creativity. Graduates will demonstrate ability in cultural leadership and knowledge of the creative industries, distribution of creative products, the creative process and management of innovation in creative industries. This program will enhance your undergraduate disciplinary work and give you the tools to work with the evolving cultural economy. Contact us or visit our website for more information about this amazing program.
The Bachelor of Arts in Digital Culture is a broad-based liberal arts degree program designed for students who are interested in new media-based cultural practice. The Digital Culture initiative is recognizing the transformative role of digital technology in cultural practice and our day-to-day lives overall. The degree emphasizes the strongest emerging trend in cultural media: systems and processes that integrate digital technology with the everyday physical human experience. Much of cultural practice is now mediated through digital technology. We believe it is imperative to train the next generation of creative practitioners, scholars and educators to engage new media in a thoughtful manner, connect new technologies to established knowledge and expertise on creative practice and develop new paradigms for advancing humanist societies.
The BA degree program in fashion at ASU combines history, business practices and hands-on studio experience to prepare students for a variety of roles in this important industry. This program is distinguished from other fashion programs in the U.S. through its integration with other research disciplines in the university. Students have the opportunity to pursue tracks in marketing and merchandising, costuming, wearable technology, sustainability, management and leadership, international experience, and fashion and culture. In the capstone experience, students develop a substantial project within their focus track. Opportunities for internships and study abroad further advance students' professional goals. Through the leadership of well-known industry professionals, the bachelor's degree in fashion is connected globally to leaders in the industry.
Students in the minor program receive grounding in the history, social context and economics of the contemporary fashion industry. They also have the option of pursuing more focused classes designed to introduce students to a variety of roles in this important industry: fashion history, fashion industry business practices, and fashion design and production. How to declare a minor: for more information, consult your academic advisor or an advisor in the unit offering the minor. Visit this page for more details.
The Digital Culture (English) concentration curriculum will explore the historical, scientific and theoretical intersections of art, media and technology. Students in the English concentration will focus on the philosophical framings and cultural applications of media. In collaboration with the English department, students in the concentration will use tools of inquiry to examine, analyze, and create works of art through a hands-on approach to communication, writing, rhetoric and literacies.
The goal of the BA in Music (Music and Culture) concentration is to attract, welcome, and nurture students who are interested in deep immersion in theoretical and historical studies who plan to go on to graduate school in musicology, ethnomusicology or theory. Students of this program will able to discuss and examine music history and music theory, with contextualizing understanding of music's place in the liberal arts. Graduates in this program will be able to outline the stylistic evolution of music, and identify the artistic, literary, political, and cultural contexts in which music develops.