Business and Arts Newfoundland and Labrador is a nonprofit organization that drives economic development and fosters partnerships between our business and arts communities. The course has been developed in conjunction with industry practitioners and is taught by a team of academics with strong links to regional organisations and extensive professional backgrounds in the business world. The CIB program is happy to announce that they are able to offer a limited number of spots in the Certificate program to students who are entering their 3rd year of studies in Arts and Science.
As a student in Arts and Business you have the option to enrol in a degree credit Vocational Placement (Internship) Course. AP courses include American History, World History, Calculus, Computer Science, English, Environmental Science, Psychology, Spanish Language Arts and Spanish Literature. But my focus is arts-based management: how the arts can be integrated and absorbed within organisational life in order to make new forms of organisation. High School for Arts and Business is a medium-size school that offers some large school perks.
This Arts specialisation course is tailored to the needs of the contemporary business environment, with a focus on business studies, economics and communication, whilst providing you with the knowledge and skills in your choice of humanities, liberal arts and social science based disciplines.
In 2012, we launched the pARTnership Movement to provide businesses and arts organizations with the tools they need to create meaningful partnerships that support a healthy, creative, and artistic community, but that also give businesses a competitive advantage.
Here are some other examples: a pre-law student can pursue an area of specialization in pre-law to help prepare for law school, or if you are pursuing a dual degree in Business and Spanish you can efficiently use your Spanish major courses to meet the Spanish area of specialization requirements for your general studies business degree.