Graduate students should refer to the Graduate Student Handbook for information on course sequencing, program requirements, academic policies and resources. The Graduate Student Handbooks can be accessed via the Student Resource Website. Note: You will be required to log into Google Drive with your g.uky.edu email address to access the Student Resource Website.
A list of required and recommended textbooks for each course in the program is provided on the Student Resource Website. The textbook list includes links to the texts on Amazon.com but students may purchase the books from any retailer. Students are responsible for having their textbooks for the first day of class each semester. Note: You will be required to log into Google Drive with your g.uky.edu email address to access the Student Resource Website.
Navigating Online Courses
For tutorials and tips on navigating your online Arts Administration courses, download a guide.
In order to register for AAD 699: Internship in Arts Administration, students must complete the three-party internship learning contract. This contract must be completed and filed with the Arts Administration Program prior to any work hours being complete. The contract requires that the student, the internship site supervisor, and the Arts Administration faculty instructor and program director agree to the duties and activities that will be completed during the internship. The Internship Learning Contract and Internship Exemption forms can be accessed via the Student Resource Website.. Note: You will be required to log into Google Drive with your g.uky.edu email address to access the Student Resource Website.
Center for Graduate and Professional Diversity Initiatives
The Center for Graduate and Professional Diversity Initiatives is deeply committed to the retention of students of color in the University of Kentucky’s graduate and professional programs as well as the cultural education of all members of the campus community. By connecting students to essential tools and resources, CGD assists the university in promoting academic excellence, building inclusive communities, and supporting the professional development of graduate and professional students of color, with the ultimate goal of developing leaders in academy, industry, and society. The CGD has two locations: 307A in the College of Nursing on the third floor of the Kentucky Clinic and in Suite 10 of the Ezra Gillis Building. You can give our office a call at 859-257-5196 or email us at CenterGDPI@uky.edu.
Dr. Jaleesa Wells, Assistant Professor