Master's Level Executive Education

The School of Graduate Studies. Seven Creative Disciplines. One Exceptional Community.

Advance your knowledge and gain unparalleled expertise with the School of Graduate Studies training and development offerings for individuals, managers, directors, senior executives, companies, and alumni. Achieve greater personal, professional, and business success while discovering or reigniting your passion and connecting with other leading professionals and industry experts. 

  • Be exposed to the latest thought leadership and upend the status quo
  • Explore In-depth analysis of current issues in your current or desired field
  • Develop innovative and strategic business solutions
  • Enhance your creativity, creative and strategic skills
  • Discover innovative approaches to today’s and tomorrow’s challenges
  • Grow your managerial and leadership competencies

Enroll in one of our master’s degrees, advanced or digital certificates, seminars or nondegree courses to take on new challenges and make an impact —in your profession, in your company, industry or field; and in the world.

Spring 2024 Course Offerings - Noncredit

Take a single course, earn a certificate, or a digital badge.
A woman looking at exhibits

Navigating the Art Fair Landscape: The Frieze and Spring Independent Shows

This course provides an insider’s view of art fairs.

  • Understand why to buy at art fairs instead of galleries.
  • Plan ahead to best utilize your time at the fair.
  • Grasp quick insights on artworks before making buying decisions.
  • Negotiate discounts on artwork.
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The Future of Fashion

The Future of Fashion: Web3, Metaverse, AI, AR and VR

This course is for apparel brands seeking to leverage the latest technology in this new landscape.

  • Understand Web3 and the metaverse.
  • Leverage the latest technology to solve real-world pain points.
  • identify new streams of revenue
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Data visualization

Data Visualization: Storytelling with Impact

This course is for managers, entrepreneurs, and other professionals who want to communicate and visualize information-based content more effectively in presentations. 

  • Research the metrics required to communicate effectively and
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Credit Courses

For FIT students already enrolled.
Gallery Management and Operations

AM 511 Gallery Management and Operations

Note: This course will be available at a future date.

Examines the principles of gallery administration, with particular emphasis on commercial art galleries' business models, facilities, design, marketing initiatives, pricing, staffing and art fair participation.

3 credits; 3 lecture hours





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