Arts & Business

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 award, presented in association with the Toronto Arts Council Foundation, honours Torys’ pro bono work with CARFAC Ontario (Canadian Artists’ Representation/le Front des artistes canadiens) in operating the Visual Artists’ Legal Clinic of Ontario (VALCO).

General studies majors interested in furthering their business knowledge may pursue a Master of International Business (MIB) or the Master of Science in Information Systems (MS-ISOM) through the combined degree programs. This course introduces students to the foundations of communication in a business setting.arts and business

For starters, right from your first year, you will gain industry exposure through our partnerships with arts organisations such as The Arts House, Esplanade, Singapore Art Museum, Pangdemonium, and Affordable Art Fair. In the Virtual Enterprise program, students take classes in computer applications and business management, and spend their senior year running a mock silver and gold trading company. Business On Board prepares business and legal professionals to be effective board leaders in the arts sector and carefully curates board matches. Make your CV stand out, and develop a sound understanding of both business and culture and society.

Cultural tourism saw its greatest gains ever and jobs in arts, cultural and scientific organizations have reached pre-great recession levels according to the new CBCA Economic Activity Study of Metro Denver Culture released on October 5, 2016 with a breakfast event at the Seawell Grand Ballroom at the Denver Performing Arts Complex.arts and businessarts and business

The Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Business conjoint programme will equip you with skills and knowledge from two complementary disciplines, in as little as four years. Students are required to complete: 16 Arts units, comprising of 4 Core Arts units and a 12-unit Arts Major; plus 16 Business units, comprising of 3 Business Edge units, 5 Core Business units, and an 8-unit Business Major. Within the business sector all these challenges are also to be met and many of them are at the forefront of these activities. Candidates who meet the course requirements shall be awarded the Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Business. This 4-month program starts in May at Queen’s School of Business in Kingston, Ontario. The UK has a rich history of radical arts and health activity and is central to this global movement.