Arts Management

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Program Highlights

Arts Management combines selected courses in the arts and business. The program trains students who are interested in merging their studies in the arts fields with specific career-­related training in business and management.

Career Paths

Students who minor in Arts Management can help advance their career in nonprofit arts administration, gallery management, or other business aspects of the art world.

Degrees Offered



Barowsky School of Business

Office Hours

Mon.–Fri., 8 a.m.–5 p.m.

Admissions and Aid

A degree from a top-ranked, private University like Dominican is deliberately affordable and accessible! More than 99 percent of our first-year incoming students receive significant financial aid through merit- and need-based scholarships as well as state and federal aid. Additionally, for most students, there is no application fee, and we don't ask for test scores. Get in touch with a counselor to learn more about your path to an exceptional college experience at Dominican!

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Barowsky School of Business

The Business School's stand-alone minors allow you to combine a solid business education with another discipline, providing the theoretical knowledge and practical skills you need to earn your undergraduate degree.

The Barowsky School of Business

Faculty and Staff

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Thomas Cavanagh, PhD

Associate Professor of Management
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Apollo Demirel, PhD

Assistant Professor of Marketing
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Jacob Massoud, PhD

MBA Program Director Professor of Strategic Management
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Courtney Budesa

Director of Internships and Professional Development Integrative Coach
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La Vida Dominican

La Vida Dominican is a program for all students, increasing educational access and connection to support services, enabling degree completion and post-graduation success. Particularly, La Vida is centering experiences of students from Latinx and other historically underserved backgrounds.

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