The Master of Education (MEd) with a concentration/certification in art education (K-12) is a program for those who are new to the field of education, in general, and art education, specifically. You must have an art major and demonstrated studio art proficiency. Student teaching at the secondary level is required.

QUICK FACTS: no GRE or GMAT required; classes begin August 29

Master of Education in Art Education w/Certification Course Information

Course Requirements: 36 credits
Degree: Master of Education
Locations: Main Oakland Campus

Notable Courses

AE-707 Museum Internship (3 credits) 

An internship that integrates theory with practice through the development, execution, and evaluation of programming specific to museums, and it all takes place in a museum education setting. This full semester experience takes place under the supervision of a site monitor and University faculty member.

PRC-727 Therapy & the Expressive Art (3 credits)

The use of the expressive arts in therapy is intrinsically healing. You will explore the creative process as a means to help clients connect with feelings, bring the unconscious to consciousness, and gain heightened self-awareness. Explore a specific emphasis on the creative process as a healing force.

for more details about these classes and more, please visit the Course Catalog section of our website. For a list of every course available in the MEd program, click here