Master of Arts in Art Education General Information
The Master of Arts degree program in art education is designed for certified art teachers who wish to continue their professional/educational development. The program provides opportunities for current art teachers to improve skills in studio art, research in art education and K-12 art education methodology.
The 36 semester-hour low residency, lock-step cohort program addresses both elementary and secondary levels with an emphasis placed on the value of creative problem solving, leadership, and innovation within the field. The two-year program meets one weekend each month during fall and spring semesters for a total of 16 sessions as well as two two-week summer workshops. Participants will be admitted once every two years beginning with the summer workshop session.