Carrera en Estudios y Gestión Cultural
Carrera en Estudios y Gestión Cultural

Undergraduate degree in Studies and Cultural Management

Studies and Cultural Management

Become a professional capable of studying, analyzing and clearly understanding all cultural dimensions, to manage productions for national or foreign audiences. Bet on starting value-added companies for the creative industry!

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Degree Granted
Studies and Cultural Management.
Duration
144 academic credits.
Tuition fee
$4.914.000*
Per semester
Schedule

(From 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.) Terms and conditions.

Curriculum

First Semester 17 credit hours

  • Core Courses
  • Introduction to Studies and Cultural Management 2 credit hours
  • Types of Cultural Organizations 2 credit hours
  • Art Appreciation I 3 credit hours
  • Cross-Disciplinary Courses
  • Colombian Political Constitution and Sustainability 3 credit hours
  • Mathematical Logic 3 credit hours
  • Communication Skills 4 credit hours

Second Semester 16 credit hours

  • Core Courses
  • Cultural policies 2 credit hours
  • Economy and culture 2 credit hours
  • Art Appreciation II 3 credit hours
  • Cultural Studies 2 credit hours
  • Integral Law of Cultural Organizations 2 credit hours
  • Cross-Disciplinary Courses
  • Basic business english I 5 credit hours

Third Semester 19 credit hours

  • Core Courses
  • Socio Cultural Animation 2 credit hours
  • History of Art I 4 credit hours
  • Cultural Industries 3 credit hours
  • Art Appreciation III 3 credit hours
  • Cross-Disciplinary Courses
  • Basic business english II 5 credit hours
  • Culture of Entrepreneurship I 2 credit hours

Fourth Semester 20 credit hours

  • Core Courses
  • History of Art II 4 credit hours
  • Market Studies and Audience Formation 2 credit hours
  • Art Appreciation IV 3 credit hours
  • Cross-Disciplinary Courses
  • Culture of Entrepreneurship II 3 credit hours
  • Intermediate business english 5 credit hours
  • Complex Thinking Structures 3 credit hours

Quinto Semester 18 credit hours

  • Core Courses
  • History of Art III 4 credit hours
  • Cost accounting and financial planning 3 credit hours
  • Art Appreciation V 3 credit hours
  • Cross-Disciplinary Courses
  • Upper intermediate business english 5 credit hours
  • Descriptive Statistics 3 credit hours

Sixth Semester 19 credit hours

  • Core Courses
  • Financing Sources and International Cooperation 4 credit hours
  • Formulation of cultural projects 3 credit hours
  • Marketing I 4 credit hours
  • Heritage and Cultural Tourism 3 credit hours
  • Cross-Disciplinary Courses
  • Advanced business english 3 credit hours
  • Degree Requirements Courses
  • Research Seminar 2 credit hours

Seventh Semester 20 credit hours

  • Core Courses
  • Marketing II 2 credit hours
  • Creation and Management of Cultural Events 2 credit hours
  • Cross-Disciplinary Courses
  • Geopolitical Context 4 credit hours
  • Culture of Entrepreneurship III 3 credit hours
  • Elective Courses
  • Emphasis I 3 credit hours
  • Emphasis II 3 credit hours
  • Emphasis III 3 credit hours

Eighth Semester 15 credit hours

  • Core Courses
  • Design of spaces and curatorship 2 credit hours
  • Degree Requirements Courses
  • Professional Internship 6 credit hours
  • Cross-Disciplinary Courses
  • Socio-humanistic and Culture I 2 credit hours
  • Socio-humanistic and Culture II 2 credit hours
  • Elective Courses
  • Emphasis IV 3 credit hours

*The tuition fee of the whole program depends on the number of academic credits enrolled by the student.

Academic credit fee is subject to annual increases determined by Universidad Ean and authorized by the Colombian Ministry of Education – MEN (by its initials in Spanish).

SNIES code (National Higher Education Information System): 53924, Res. nº. 4144 of the Colombian Ministry of Education -03/30/15, effective until 03/30/22. City: Bogotá D.C., Cundinamarca, Colombia, South America.

Why should you study Studies and Cultural Management?

“The Orange Economy” Opportunity

Always dynamic, the cultural market will make you bet for the development of “the Orange Economy,” by taking the challenge of strengthening cultural industries, as a mechanism for economic development.

International Mobility

You can choose among several options to go on exchanges and get double degrees, as well as having international academic experiences. Universidad Ean has alliances with about 80 universities in Colombia and abroad.

What does a Cultural Manager do?

  • Strategically analyzes the cultural environment to solve business problems.
  • Manages technical, logistic, administrative and economic resources of cultural projects.
  • Designs and manages national and international cultural projects.
  • Strengthens corporate capital necessary for the development of cultural processes and products in public-private connections.
  • Develops sustainable business opportunities.
  • Lead projects that generate economic and social value ('the Orange economy').

What are the working areas of a cultural manager?

  • Cultural promotion.

  • Events management.

  • Artistic representation and cultural marketing.

  • Consultancy to start new social and cultural companies.

  • Management of companies oriented to offer cultural and artistic services.

  • Cultural centers management.

  • Management of economic and technical grants for cultural companies.

  • Consultancy for national and international organizations in order to evaluate sociocultural projects.

  • Entrepreneurship and intrapreneurship.

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Acreditaciones
Institucionales

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Acreditación ACEEU
Green Project Management (GPM)
Certificación Project Management Institute (PMI)
Certificación ISO 9001
Acreditación Institucional de Alta Calidad
EAN

Accredited in High-Quality

(Res. No. 29499) By the Colombian Ministry of Education.

12/29/17, effective until 12/28/21
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