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The Master of Arts in Art Education with an Emphasis in Special Populations is a one-of-its-kind graduate program for students passionate about educating art students with disabilities as well as typical students.
The program is offered in a traditional on-campus setting and, beginning in Fall 2014, through a hybrid delivery option that includes students completing program requirements both on-campus and online instruction.
Throughout the MA in Art Education program experience, students
Unifying characteristics of students enrolled in the MA in Art Education program at Moore include:
The four-semester, 15-month program* is designed to suit a working professional’s schedule and offers both an on-campus as well as a hybrid experience including both on-campus and online courses.
MA in Art Education
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*The program may be completed in an extended 27 months (2 years and 3 months)
Throughout the program, students experience multiple instructional modes and learning opportunities via:
MA candidates are also ultimately required to present and defend their thesis in which they design, research and assess an essential question related to the study of art education.