University of Oregon

Arts and Administration Program

Welcome to Arts and Administration

This section of the website serves as a handbook for current graduate students in the Arts and Administration (AAD) master's program at the University of Oregon. It is designed to meet the needs of both incoming and continuing students.

As a member of both the AAD and larger UO Graduate School communities, we strongly encourage you to familiarize yourself with Graduate School policies and procedures and numerous resources, including employment, research, and travel opportunities; financial assistance and scholarships; interdepartmental collaboration; and workshops for graduate-level academic success. Please visit the Graduate School website for more information.

Sections of this Guide

Policies & Procedures - Instructions for securing an ID Card, setting up a UO email address, registering for classes, and some essential policies pertaining to your graduate education

Curricular Advising - Summary of minimum requirements for earning a master's degree at the UO and detailed overviews of program requirements (technology core, research, internships, Friday Forums); concentration area electives (Community Arts Management, Museum Studies, Performing Arts Management); alternate tracks (DMA/PhD Supporting Area, Concurrent MBA/MA); and certificate programs (Graduate Certificate in Museum Studies, Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management, Graduate Certificate in New Media and Culture).

ELAN & SAG - Overview of the AAD Student Advisory Group (SAG) and our program's chapter of the Emerging Leaders in the Arts Network (ELAN)

Resources - Directory of support services on campus and cultural resources on campus and in the greater Eugene area

Forms - Digital repository of downloadable forms pertinent to your AAD education; some are posted in other sections of the handbook, but this page houses them in one central location

Questions? Staff members are always available and willing to help. If you have questions beyond the scope of this guide, please call the AAD office at (541) 346-3639 or speak with your academic advisor.