At the end of their program, all students are required to undertake an external internship with an arts organization of their choice, arranged by the Program Director. This organization can be located anywhere in the world, and often opens doors to future employment.
- Two internships, one taken on campus and the other with an organization external to Bishop’s, are required for all Arts Administration students. These internships provide valuable, practical, work experience with a local or international cultural organization.
- A Program Director with extensive professional links in the Arts community across Canada and internationally.
- An internship is a requirement for all Arts Administration students. This provides work experience with a local or international cultural organization.
- Employment possibilities on campus through paid student internships in Centennial Theatre, The Foreman Art Gallery, and Music Chez Nous Concert Series.
- Possibility of completing a double major, in Arts Administration plus a second discipline, either in the Arts or in Business.
- At Bishop’s University the average class size is 23 students!
Where can this lead me?
Our Graduates Have Pursued Careers In:
- Community and regional performance halls
- Professional musical ensembles and entertainment companies
- Advertising agencies
- Festival Management
- Recording studios and related music businesses
- National museums
- Art galleries
- Art co-ops for both public and private sector
Courses & Programs
Degree Options: Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)
- Major in Arts Administration-75 credits, composed of:
- Business-30 credits
- Drama or Fine Arts or Music-30 credits
- Arts Administration-15 credits
- Certificate in Arts Management
- Charles & Kathleen Rittenhouse Internship in Arts Administration, including scholarship
- Hodder internship for Department of Music – Chez Nous concert series
- Arts Administration: Internal Operations, The External and Legal Environment
- Business: Organizational Behaviour, Marketing Management
- Fine arts: Museology, Canadian Art
- Drama: Contemporary Canadian Drama, Intro to Technical Theatre
- Music: Canadian Music, Choral Ensemble