Creativity and entrepreneurship are leading themes in the cultural sector, and in the new economy. The Master Cultural Economics and Entrepreneurship in Rotterdam explore thoroughly these themes.
Students acquire a solid background in cultural economics, cultural entrepreneurship, and research methods. They learn about the latest theoretical developments in the economics of:
- art markets,
- cultural organizations,
- cultural and creative industries,
- performing arts,
- marketing of cultural goods,
- and about culture beyond markets.
In seminars, workshops and during fieldtrips students will apply the theory to actual cases. In the final thesis students pursue a topic of their choice, and develop the skills to conduct their own research.
The Master Cultural Economics and Entrepreneurship can be followed fulltime or part time. When you study part time, you have to obtain the same amount of study points. The courses are spread over two years.
Thematic Seminar: Cultural Economics: Theory
Thematic Seminar: Cultural Entrepreneurship
Cultural Economics: Empirical Research
Cultural Entrepreneurship: Empirical Research
Elective courses (2 out of 10):
*Students can only choose one among CC4015, CC4017 and CC4025.
|Thematic Seminar: Cultural Organizations|
|Thematic Seminar: Innovation and Cultural Industries|
Start Master's Thesis
Finish Master's Thesis
Student workload: -
International Art Markets
Economics of the Performing Arts
Economics of Fashion, Design and Architecture
CC4119 Project Course: Applied Cultural Entrepreneurship CC4160 Museums in Context CC4122 Assessing the impact of Culture and Creativity in Society CC4123 Arts Education (MA ACS)* CC4017 Art Today: The relational turn in Aesthetics and Contemporary Art (MA ACS)* CC4025 Media Tourism (MA PCT)* CC4015
*Students can only choose one among Media Tourism (CC4105), Art Today: The relational turn in Aesthetics and Contemporary Art (CC4025) and Arts Education (CC4017).
Student workload: 20 EC