The Graduate Program in Art Education prepares educators to understand the role of artistic activity in the human condition, possess an advanced understanding of art curricula and pedagogy, demonstrate a high level of competence with visual arts media, and foster an awareness of the nature and implications of past and current practice in the field.

Master of Science in Art Education

Required Courses
Conceptual Base
AEG 501The Historical Bases of Art Ed3
AEG 531Modern Practices in Art Ed3
Contemporary Issues/Instructional Issuses
AEG 510Developmental Issues in Art Ed3
AEG 540Curriculum Design in Art Ed3
Relevant Practices
Select 6-9 credits of the following:6-9
Studio Workshop (Two-Dimensional Practices; Three-Dimensional Practices; Design; Multiple Image Processes (Printmaking, Photography, etc.); Craft Processes)
Teach Art with Art
Meth Tchng/Learn in Art Class
Technology in Art Ed
Extended Exp in Art Education (Field Applications; Directed Travel Study)
Electives
Select 6-9 credits of the following:6-9
Great Books in Art Education
Contemp Readings in Art Ed
Integrative Iss in Art Ed
Special Topics in Art Ed 1
Closure
Select one of the following:3-6
Thesis
Art Education Thesis (Scholarly; Applied; Studio)
Non-Thesis Alternative (2 Semesters)
Curriculum Development I
Mentorship/Apprenticeship I
Directed Course Work I
Total Hours27-36