MA in Art Education
Designed to develop the studio, intellectual and professional background of art educators, the Master of Arts in Art Education (MA) enables students to grow as teachers and leaders and achieve advanced goals within the field.
As a program designed for new and established art teachers, students have the opportunity to customize their curriculum to meet their needs, and explore areas such as Studio Art, Art + Design Education, Museum Studies, Art Therapy, or Liberal Arts.
Graduates have found the MA in Art Education relevant to careers in museum education, arts administration, educational media, community-based arts education, and teaching at the college level.
The MA in Art Education is a 36-credit program that may be completed in three semesters of full-time study. The curriculum comprises professional education courses and seminars, graduate research, and student selected course-work. At the end of the program, students must present an independent thesis or graduate project to receive their degree. There is no student teaching requirement.
- Bachelor's degree in Art Education or in a program that the Admissions Committee deems appropriate for the applicant's degree objective
- B or better cummulative average
- A teaching certificate is NOT required
- Students not holding degrees in the visual arts can expect to complete 18 credits of core studies and/or up to 50 credits of studio work
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