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Master of Arts in Live Entertainment Management

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Master of Arts in Live Entertainment Management

Earn a degree from the top-ranked University of Miami Frost School of Music. Prepare to succeed in the multifaceted field of live entertainment.


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4 Certificate Options 16 Week Programs 9 Credit Hours Per Program 3 Courses Per Program GRE/GMAT Not Required

Grow your professional credentials with carefully curated, 100% online graduate certificates in Live Entertainment Management. Our graduate certificate programs are designed to give you the knowledge and tools you need to be successful in all aspects of live entertainment production and venue management. Choose from four specialized certificate programs, including Arts Presenting Fundamentals, Arts Leadership, Arts Management, and Tour and Live Entertainment Administration. From gaining insight into the responsibilities of a tour planner to learning how to write a line-item budget and analyzing contracts and agreements for artists, vendors, and facilities, you will gain the tools you need to meet the demands of a competitive industry.

Students accepted to the Master of Arts in Live Entertainment Management or Master of Arts in Music Industry degree programs can transfer nine credit hours (1 certificate) into the master's program.

Arts Presenting Fundamentals Certificate

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Arts Leadership Certificate

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  • MMI 632 – ARTS LEADERSHIP

    Building a career in the twenty-first century and beyond creates challenges, both exciting and daunting. The purpose of this course is to provide grounding, critical information, as well as planning and vision for shaping the key components of launching and sustaining a career in the arts.

  • MMI 726 – PERFORMING ARTS CENTER AND FACILITY MANAGEMENT

    In this course, students learn the many aspects of managing a live entertainment and performing arts center facility. Logistics, management, budgeting, marketing,and programming within a live entertainment and performing arts facility are addressed.

  • MMI 738 – LEGAL ASPECTS OF THE LIVE ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY

    In this course, students become familiar with various artist, client, production, vendor, and facility contracts and agreements commonly used in the industry.

Arts Management Certificate

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Tour and Live Entertainment Administration Certificate

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Artist Development Certificate

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  • MMI 632 – ARTS LEADERSHIP

    Building a career in the twenty-first century and beyond creates challenges, both exciting and daunting. The purpose of this course is to provide grounding, critical information, as well as planning and vision for shaping the key components of launching and sustaining a career in the arts.

  • MMI 735 – WORLD OF THE WORKING MUSICIAN

    This course is intended to provide immediate, important, comprehensive, and detailed information and tactics for building a lasting, meaningful career as a performing artist - one that exemplifies best practices but is unique to your artistic voice and vision.

  • MUS 735 – MEDIA CREATION

    This course is intended to provide the student with the ability to record, edit, mix, and master content in both video and audio mediums, by using the most current, practical, and affordable technology available today.

  • MUS 745 – PEAK PERFORMANCE STRATEGIES FOR MUSICIANS

    Become a more confident and expressive performer. This unique and forward-thinking course will be both performance and research-based. Students will develop the tools to succeed by studying techniques and concepts in preparation, positive psychology, visualization, bodily kinesthetics, communication, mindfulness, and weekly performance and practice assignments. The goal is to encourage fearless artistry, beginning in the practice room and continuing on stage and beyond.

  • MUS 755 – COMMUNICATION, MARKETING, AND PUBLICITY FOR THE MUSICAL ARTIST

    Effective communication skills are key for realizing your objectives in a competitive and dynamic music scene. In this course, the concepts, techniques, and conduits of communication will be defined and detailed - as they pertain to the musical artist and emphasize the most up to date technologies and platforms for getting your message across. More traditional ways of interfacing will not be neglected: the honing of clear writing, speaking, and person to person skills will be stressed. We will also reveal the ins and outs of working with publicists and other marketing professionals in our field. By the end of this course, you should have the tools to execute a communication and marketing strategy appropriate for your own career goals.

*To earn a certificate, students must complete all three designated courses within two years and earn a minimum combined GPA of 3.0 and no less than a C- in any one course.