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The master of arts (M.A.) degree program in arts in context – creative leadership prepares students with diverse art education, studio arts, design, architecture, transmedia, humanities, and entrepreneurship backgrounds to become exemplary change agents in fostering creative leadership in 21st-century urban societies. 

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This advanced program of study emphasizes community engagement, social activism, and critical citizenship, providing students with historical and contemporary knowledge, scholarship, and practical experience related to creative leadership development in global educational contexts.

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Application deadline: February 1 for fall admission (January 1 if you are applying for a McNair Graduate Fellowship or a University African American Fellowship). Arts in context – creative leadership currently does not offer spring admission.