The MA in Art Education Program is designed to be completed in four semesters / 15 months (Summer I, Fall I, Spring I, Summer II) and must be completed within 27 months (2 years and 3 months). Candidates are required to complete 9 courses totaling 30 credit hours, and must maintain a 3.0 cumulative GPA.
Entering graduate students can transfer up to 3 credits of advanced, post-undergraduate level studio or technical-based electives from an accredited institution.
All transfer credits are evaluated and approved by the Associate Dean of Graduate Studies and the appropriate Graduate Program Manager. All transfer credits must be a B level or higher. Coursework from Moore’s BFA program, Post-Baccalaureate program, and Continuing Education program are not eligible for transfer.
Transfer credits are not accepted after a student matriculates. Please read the MA in Art Education information about Non-Matriculating Students.
Entering With Art Certification
|Summer I (9 credits earned during 6 weeks in July and August)|
|AEGR605||Curriculum Development in Art Education||3.0|
|AEGR600||Contemporary Issues in Art Education||3.0|
|AEGR625||Studio Intensives: Independent Study in the Studio||3.0|
|Fall I (15 Weeks)|
|AEGR617OL||Technology for Special Populations||3.0|
|Spring I (15 weeks)|
|AEGR630BL||Independent Field Research for Thesis||3.0|
|Summer II (9 credits earned during 6 weeks in July and August)|
|AEGR635||Legal Perspectives in Special Education||3.0|
|AHGR610||Visual Culture and Contemporary Aesthetics||3.0|
|TOTAL FOR DEGREE:||30.0|
MA with CERTIFICATION IN ART EDUCATION with an EMPHASIS IN SPECIAL POPULATIONS
The Concurrent Program is designed to be completed in seven semesters / 27 months (2 years and 3 months). Candidates must complete 19 courses totaling 58.5 credit hours and must maintain a 3.0 cumulative GPA
Art Education Post-Baccalaureate = 28.5 credit hours
Art Education Graduate = 30.0 credits