Management of Cultural Activity

State code 6531LX042
Faculty Faculty of Arts and Creative Technologies
Study field Management
Qualification Professional Bachelor’s Degree in Culture Management
Form and duration of studies Full-time studies, 3 years
Credits 180
Study plans Degree Course 2019-2022

Career Prospects

Graduates are given the opportunity to work in artistic associations, concert organizations, agencies, theaters, television, leisure centers, audio studios, cultural centers, art galleries and other cultural organizations.

Learning Outcomes

You will be able to:

Full-time studies
Degree Course 2019-2022

1st semester (33 credits)
Subject Credits Evaluation*
Professional foreign language 3 E
Creative writing 6 E
Social psychology 3 E
The basics of management 6 P
Entrepreneurship education 3 P
History of audiovisual and visual arts 6 E
Tourism and entertainment industry 6 E
2nd semester (27 credits)
Subject Credits Evaluation *
Theater and musical history 6 E
Visual arts industry 3 E
Design and fashion industry 3 E
Sustainable management 3 E
International business communication 6 P
Practice of Entrepreneurship Education 6 P
3rd semester (30 credits)
Subject Credits Evaluation *
Theater and film industry 3 E
Music industry 3 E
 Cultural project management 6 P
Market research theories and applied research 9 E
Professional Ethics and Protocol 3 E
Financial Research 3 E
Optional subject 3 P
4th semester (30 credits)
Subject Credits Evaluation *
Fundamentals of computer graphics 6 P
Corporate Finance and Cultural Economics 6 E
Intellectual Property Law 3 E
Marketing 6 P
Practice of Management 6 P
Optional subject 3 P
5th semester (30 credits)
Subject Credits Evaluation *
Organization of Advertising, Resource Management 3 P
Strategic Management 3 E
Specialization in performing arts management:
Theatrical events management
6 P
Musical events management 6 P
Stage arts events 3 P
Specialization in Event Management:
Management of cultural and entertainment events
6 P
Stage mastery 9 P
Project Practice 9 P
6th semester (30 credits)
Subject Credits Evaluation *
Cultural Policy 3 E
Negotiating Art and Speech 3 P
Final Practice 9 P
Optional subject 3 P
Final project 12 work defense at the commission meeting

Optional subjects are chosen from a list of optional subjects

* E – exam, P – project