This one-of-a kind dual degree combines the business and management acumen of an Arts Administration degree with an understanding of folklore and the variety of music and diverse cultures that inform entertainment and the arts today. You’ll graduate uniquely prepared for a career as a festival or cultural events coordinator, as well as for the variety of opportunities available in arts administration, cultural policy making, academia, and more.
The MAAA-MAFE dual degree is offered in collaboration between O’Neill and the College of Arts and Sciences. You’ll graduate with both a Master of Arts Administration and a Master of Arts in Folklore and Ethnomusicology, with a focus in either the College’s Folklore or Ethnomusicology track.
To enroll in this dual degree, you should apply to both the MAAA and MAFE degree programs.