An eight month online and in-person Ivy League certification designed to advance your career in arts and culture.
We’ve partnered with the University of Pennsylvania School of Social Policy & Practice to build an actionable, skills-based curriculum at a uniquely affordable price. Gain access to the world's leading business minds and learn proven methods in strategy, fundraising, financial management, governance, marketing online and at your own pace. Come together for two in-person gatherings to transfer knowledge, learn alongside one another and expand your network with a global community of diverse arts professionals, forming lasting relationships that provide opportunities for support and career advancement.
an Ivy League certificate through our partnership with the University of Pennsylvania School of Social Policy and Practice, an internationally renowned academic institution.
concrete skills you can immediately apply to your work. Implement tools in real-time to positively impact your organization the right way.
an international cohort of arts leaders, growing your network and building a community of support with whom you can connect and collaborate.
at your own pace. Courses are designed to be flexible around your busy life. Most students report spending an average of 4-6 hours per week on coursework.
This unique program is designed to give you expert industry knowledge, flexible scheduling, a powerful professional network and an Ivy League credential that will help you reshape the cultural landscape.
8 MONTHS • 4-6 HOURS/WEEK
No prerequisites in education or otherwise are required. All interested applicants looking to advance their career in the arts are invited to apply.
Tuition for the eight-month Executive Program in Arts & Culture Strategy is $5,950 and covers all materials required to successfully complete the program. Students are responsible for their own travel and accommodation costs for the in-person convenings in Philadelphia.
Payment plans are available and will be assessed an administrative and financing fee.
Half-price tuition is available via a limited number of scholarships based on need and merit. In order to be considered for a program scholarship you must apply by the Early Application Deadline of September 1, 2019.
Want to learn more about the Executive Program in Arts & Culture Strategy? Join us for a one hour webinar to learn more about the program and application process and chat with program manager Royce about any questions on your mind. Click the link below to register:
We’re proud that our Executive Program alumni have used the knowledge and skills they've gained in the program to become leaders in the world of arts and culture strategy.