The Executive Master of Arts draws together the practical skills needed for effective career development, and the creative and critical thinking strengths from the humanities. The EMA is developed in consultation with arts, government, corporate and community sectors.
The program focuses on project management, leadership, creative and critical thinking, people management, budgeting and financial management, as well as organisational theory and practice.
Where will it take you?
Career outcomes for the Executive Master of Arts are rich and varied. Graduates of the program have gone on to work in roles including arts program director, business analyst, communications manager, foreign affairs and trade officer, management consultant, public relations manager.