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.

Transfer Credit Policy
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 Director 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

 

1st Year   

 

 
  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
AEGR618OL Research Methodology   3.0
  Spring I (15 weeks)  
AEGR620OL Assessment Strategies 3.0
AEGR630BL Independent Field Research for Thesis  3.0
  TOTAL     21.0
     

2nd Year

 

 
  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
AEGR700 Thesis 3.0
   TOTAL FOR DEGREE: 30.0


CONCURRENT CURRICULUM
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

 

1st Year

 

 
  Summer I (6 weeks in July and August)  
AEGR600 Contemporary Issues in Art Education 3.0
AEGR625 Studio Intensives: Independent Studios 3.0
  Total 6.0
  Fall I (15 weeks)  
AEGR617OL Technology for Special Populations 3.0
ED321 Art Methods and Curriculum Development 3.0
ED202 Engaging Students in Community Arts 3.0
ED316 ELL Through Art Education 3.0
  Total 12.0
  Spring I (15 weeks)  
ED313 Impact of Behavioral Sciences 3.0
ED322 Art Methodology and Curriculum 3.0
ED326 Lab Experience and Practicum 1.5
ED327 Special Populations 3.0
  TOTAL     10.5
     

2nd Year

 

 
  Summer II: (6 weeks in July and August)  
AEGR605 Curriculum Development in Art Education 3.0
AEGR635 Legal Perspectives in Special Education 3.0
  Total 6.0
  Fall II: (15 Weeks)  
AEGR618OL Research Methodology  3.0
ED501 Student Teaching 9.0
ED501S Student Teaching Seminar 0.0
  Total 12.0
  Spring II: (15 Weeks)  
AEGR620OL Assessment Strategies  3.0
AEGR630BL Independent Field Research for Thesis  3.0
  TOTAL     6.0
  Summer III: (6 weeks in July and August)  
AHGR610 Visual Culture and Contemporary Aesthetics 3.0
AEGR700 Thesis 3.0
  Total 6.0
   TOTAL FOR DEGREE: 58.5
 
 

Art Education Post-Baccalaureate = 28.5 credit hours
Art Education Graduate = 30.0 credits