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Today’s leaders in the arts and other cultural arenas require an impressive variety of critical, theoretical, and technology-based tools and frameworks to engage in creative practice and entrepreneurship. Northeastern University’s Master of Science (MS) in Creative Practice Leadership will provide a core critical and theoretical framework — along with a technological foundation – that enables leaders to reframe established practices, react to new opportunities, engage new audiences, and respond to new challenges. The program will empower leaders to establish, for themselves and their collaborators, a set of ethical and socially responsive principles to heighten the constructive impact of their work.

The MS in Creative Practice Leadership is a two-semester, interdisciplinary program that is centered on exploring new approaches to leadership in the fields of critical creative practice, cultural entrepreneurship, and innovation in the arts and entertainment industries. Students will have the opportunity to gain skills and knowledge to allow them to keep pace with and play a guiding role in the rapid evolution of the creative industries. The program welcomes both established professionals and recent graduates who aim to become transformational leaders and change agents.

For more information, visit camd.northeastern.edu/camd-ms-in-creative-practice-leadership.