The Degree in Cultural Management aims to train qualified and homologated professionals that make culture an ethical and economic asset for the achievement of an open, critical, democratic, diverse, intercultural and tolerant society.
Among his numerous career opportunities include positions such as: heads of institutions and senior managers of cultural policies; policy and cultural planning managers; managers and managers of cultural and creative industries and companies; general technicians in culture; animation and cultural dynamics technicians; specialists in research and cultural documentation; cultural advice specialists; cultural mediation specialists (intercultural, business, interprofessional); responsible for image, communication and marketing; media and publishing industry; Human resources management and management of cultural tourism initiatives, projects or companies.
1. Introduction to the economy of culture
2. Geography of Culture
3. Mediterranean civilizations of antiquity and the middle ages
4. Concepts and historical foundations of Western art
5. English I
1. Business Administration
2. Historical Origins of Europe
3. Times and texts of universal literature
4. Economy of culture: markets, instruments and policies
1. The great artistic styles
2. History of the contemporary world
3. Culture and contemporary thinking
5. English III: English for communication in Cultural Management
1.Principle of Financial Accounting
2. Strategic Marketing
3. Spanish Language and Communication
4. History of the Theater: Text and Show
5. History and Theory of Cultural Management
1. Contemporary Art and Cinema History
2. Literature and Society in the Contemporary World
3. Organization and Management of Events and Cultural Processes
4. Financial Management I
5. Operational Marketing
1. Archaeological Heritage
2. Anthropological Heritage
3. Programming and Control of Cultural Projects
4. Budget and Internal Control
5. Human Resources Department
1. Commercial and Labor Regime for Cultural Management
2. Creation of Companies, Management of Information Resources
1. Internships in Companies and Cultural Institutions
2. Final Degree Project
3. Strategic Management
1. History and Culture of Latin America
2. Andalusia: Past and Present
3. Traditions and Musical Genres
4. Itineraries and Cultural Landscapes
5. Bibliographic and Documentary Heritage
6. Audiovisual Communication
7. Cultural Dynamization and Reading Promotion (not offered)
8. Positioning and Management of Computer Networks
9. Administrative and Fiscal Regime for Cultural Management (not offered)
10. Cultural Cooperation
11. Culture and Local Economy
12. Introduction to the Museology and Exhibition Curator
13. Andalusian Culture
14. Editing Techniques and Processes
15. Management Skills (not offered)
16. Communication, Public Relations and Protocol
17. Financial Management II (not offered)
18. Introduction to Quality Management in Companies and Services (not offered)
19. Survey Design and Sampling Techniques
Responsible for institutions and senior managers of cultural policies.
Policy and cultural planning managers.
Managers and managers of cultural and creative industries and companies.
Generalist technicians in culture.
Technicians in animation and cultural revitalization.
Specialists in research and cultural documentation.
Specialists in cultural advice.
Specialists in cultural mediation (intercultural, business, interprofessional)
Responsible for image, communication and marketing.
Media and publishing industry.
Human resources management.
Management of cultural tourism initiatives, projects or companies.
Public and private business managers
Cultural manager, senior culture technician
Creation and management of cultural companies