Master of Arts in Teaching: PERFORMING ARTS
5 Reasons to Apply to the Master of Arts Teaching Performing Arts at the College of Charleston
1. Your Passion – You possess a passion for music or theatre and a desire to share it through teaching.
2. The College – The history of the College of Charleston has allowed for faculty and staff to establish quality relationships with local county schools in Charleston, Berkeley and Dorchester. It has an active graduate student organization and an open and friendly graduate office to assist you throughout your studies.
3. Program and faculty – The MAT in Performing Arts is a NCATE Accredited program. The faculty working with graduate students in the Departments of Music and Theatre and Dance have years of experience in the classroom and in performance and production. They have merged those skills into an MAT program that will elevate the student as a teacher and a performer.
4. Charleston Arts & Culture – Not only is Charleston home to the international Spoleto Festival USA, but its arts and culture scene year round is filled with events and festivals for music, theatre, dance and visual arts.
5. The City of Charleston – The culture, dining, nightlife and family fun make it a top US city for tourists and residents alike. Historical sites, waterfront parks, beaches and special events throughout the year make it a city rich in activity and Southern charm.
- Learn about the M.A.T. in the Performing Arts, Theatre concentration.
- Learn about the M.A.T. in the Performing Arts, Choral Music concentration.
Master of Community Planning, Policy, and Design
The Master of Arts in Community Planning, Policy, and Design (CPAD) degree program addresses the many dimensions of community building, which include the combination of progressive traditional urban design skills, with a knowledge of public policy, real estate economics, and practical transportation/land-use planning.
Graduate Certificate: ARTS MANAGEMENT
The Arts Management Graduate Certificate at the College of Charleston is jointly administered by the Master of Public Administration program and the School of the Arts and meets the needs of individuals seeking a broader education in managing affairs within the arts sector, serving as a stepping stone for strengthening knowledge in arts advocacy on a local, state and federal level.