(Admission to this program is suspended)
Advisor: Nick Gauthier
Room 2104 Richmond Center
The online Master of Arts in Art Education addresses the need of new and established art educators interested in advanced preparation, research, leadership, and advocacy. The 30-hour program includes 18 credit hours of study in art education and 12 credit hours chosen from a range of complementary disciplines. Designed to be completed in three years of sequential coursework, the individualized curriculum provides opportunities for study in contemporary theory, classroom practice, research methods, and technology, with a focus on application in the student’s own particular setting.
Delivered entirely online, this program is appropriate for are educators in a variety of contexts, including schools, museums, community-based organizations, alternative settings, and unaffiliated scholarship. Program requirements culminate in a personalized research project and graduate thesis.
- An undergraduate degree with a major in art education or its equivalent as deemed appropriate by the admissions committee.
- Transcript(s) showing all coursework completed prior to application.
- A statement of intent outlining your educational philosophy and reasons for seeking admission to a graduate program in art education.
- A current resume.
- Three letters of recommendation from professional sources.