Graduate Programs in Art Education
Enhance your creative leadership as an educator. Join an exciting and dynamic community of artists and art educators, digging deeper into curriculum development and power of artistic expression. Whether you’re seeking as master’s degree, a teaching certification, or both concurrently, Arcadia’s Master of Art Education will challenge you to connect theory and practice to teaching and making art.
In addition to the general admission requirements, students must have a portfolio review. Students with a bachelor’s degree in fine arts are exempt from this requirement. Arrangements for the portfolio review can be made in the Office of Enrollment Management. Students must have appropriate prerequisites for any fine arts studio courses taken at the graduate level.
The Use of Theory in Art Education
An examination of the philosophy, psychology, and literature of art education as the basis for developing and evaluating art curriculum and instruction.
Introduction to Inclusive Education
Through a variety of learning strategies and experiences, students become familiar with current special education theory, practice, advocacy and legislation, and gain expertise on best practices to ensure access equity and quality education for every student.
Teaching Multicultural and Multilingual Literacies
Focus on the academic language needed for multilingual students to be successful in U.S. schools. Students spend time investigating reading and writing standards and curricula for students in a particular context and the ways that materials might be adapted for English Language Learners (ELLs) and ELLs with disabilities.
Curriculum Design in Art Education
This course will examine stages of development and how artistic learning occurs. Students will study curriculum theory, construct models for actual teaching situations and develop strategies for classroom management and evaluation procedures.
School of Education Graduate Program Information
Teacher Certification Agreements
Pennsylvania has signed the NASDTEC Interstate Agreement that provides for acceptance of state-approved educator preparation programs between certain states to facilitate educator mobility.
We operate under rolling admissions. Most programs begin in Fall, Spring, and Summer entry terms.
Tuition and Fees
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