Course Listing

Design & Media Management
Master of Arts
Published June 1, 2016

Student Learning Outcomes

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• Demonstrate the application of leadership theory, capacity management, risk assessment, marketing, and investment strategies in their academic coursework

• Demonstrate a range of effective communication skills that support the development and management of a business

• Demonstrate effective information literacy skills

• Demonstrate effective critical thinking skills in the development and execution of projects

• Demonstrate conceptual and creative thinking skills in the development and support of their academic coursework



Program Courses

Total Credit Hours: 48
Master of Arts in Design & Media Management: 48 Credits

Foundation Classes


DMMA501 Building and Leading Creative Teams
DMMA503 Information Management and New Technologies in Design and Media Arts
DMMA507 Law, Policy and Ethics in Design and Media Arts
DMMA511 Academic Writing & Research
DMMA517 Assessment and Analysis for Managers in Design and Media Arts
DMMA518 Design and Media Arts Innovation: Marketing, Planning and Strategy

Specialization Track: Design

DMMA607 Entrepreneurship in Design
DMMA608 Planning, Producing and Promoting a Design Venture

Capstone Courses*

DMMA610 Capstone I Design Sequence
DMMA630 Capstone II Design Sequence
DMMA600 Capstone I Media Arts Sequence
DMMA620 Capstone II Media Arts Sequence

* Students must successfully complete all other coursework and have their Capstone Project Proposal approved by the Program Coordinator.

Program Electives

Elective Courses: Select Two

DMMA508 Strategic Planning and Management in Creative Organizations
DMMA603 Collaboration at a Distance
DMMA604 Communication, Grant Writing and Management in Creative Organizations
DMMA613 Managing New Technologies in Creative Organizations
DMMA627 Creative Problem Solving
DMMA628 Project Management in Design and Media Arts
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Note: The Art Institute of Dallas (a campus of South University) reserves the right to alter the sequencing of classes. Some courses are offered on a rotating basis. Students should consult their Academic Advisors and/or Department Chair when creating their course schedules to ensure they are following the recommended sequence. Students must meet all co/prerequisites for courses.