When Opportunity Knocks...
The AME Program offers a rich platform of opportunities. Whether you are equipping yourself with a deeper network of experienced professionals or learning from an internationally renowned faculty member in a packed MBA course, you will find an entire spectrum of valuable experiences.
If opportunity doesn't knock, build a door. - Milton Berle
Expert Faculty and Customized Tracks
Our faculty, comprised of award-winning professionals and educators, are devoted to your learning and your success. Students enrolled in the AME Program have the opportunity to choose from a wide array of MBA and fine arts courses to give them a tailored toolkit to equip them on the journey of their dreams.
See for yourself:
Price College of Business:
- Gene Rainbolt Graduate School of Management
- Tom Love Division of Entrepreneurship and Economic Developoment
Weitzenhoffer Family College of Fine Arts:
Internships and Distinguished Partnerships
The AME Program identifies, matches, and places its students in meritorious and valuable internships. We introduce our students to local, national, and international organizations based on the strengths, interests, and capabilities of the individual.
AME's current partners include:
International Arts Incubator
Students enrolled in AME may choose to participate as supporting consultants in the innovative and fast-paced International Arts Incubator.
This bootcamp-style, competitive program accepts applications from top-tier artists and arts entrepreneurs who are looking for a comprehensive launching platform to success. These entrepreneurs hone their pitches and receive coaching from a panel of industry leaders and luminaries. They receive much more than a chance at having their financial requests fulfilled: They will have received support in the five areas that are vital to the execution of any creative idea.
Participating AME students have the chance to work with these artists and support them with the knowledge and skills they have recently learned in the program. Furthermore, these students gain the experience and confidence from taking a foreign creative idea and bringing it to success. So when an AME student has that creative spark of his or her own, they will know more precisely what needs to be done.