A minimum of 180 credits is required for a bachelor degree in business or economics, including 80 hours of non-business courses. Key decision makers within business and government recognise the vital importance of the creative industries and the creative business sector in regeneration and the economic growth of regions and whole nations. Note: The Business Edge units must be completed sequentially, with BES3500 or FBL3501 taken in the final year of study. Within one month of its passage, 2A galvanized additional investment of $500,000 in the Museum from the National Endowment of the Arts and $1 million from a single private donor in The Dairy. Students learn to create and apply accounting documents in making better business decisions.
This means applying the arts across our organisations in a strategic and operational way, not just in a one-off way. It may well be that the cap has kept Boston from reaching a tipping point where the damages wrought by rampant charter expansion can no longer be contained.
The BA (Business Psychology) is taught in collaboration by psychology and business lecturers and applies psychology to the world of business. Define your product, discover your target audience, make decisions about how you sell your work, and identify a budget and strategy for your artistic business. The reports for Boulder County, State of Colorado and US can be downloaded through Creative Industries, another program of Americans for the Arts. It will contribute breadth to your knowledge of business and develop your understanding of multi-disciplinary decision making in organisations. The Art and Business College of London offers a high quality education in the area of the Creative Arts, Digital Media, Business and Entrepreneurship to create the next generation of leaders in these fields.
This Arts specialisation course is tailored to the needs of the contemporary business environment, with a focus on business studies, economics and communication, whilst providing you with the knowledge and skills in your choice of humanities, liberal arts and social science based disciplines.
The Private Sector’s Secret Weapon, by Robert Lynch, CEO of Americans for the Arts, makes the case that as companies seek new ways to build their competitive advantage, they are increasingly finding that the arts are the key to driving true innovation, ultimately reaching their business goals.