The due date for applications to the MAED degree is rolling. That means we accept applications year round. All materials need to be submitted more than 2 weeks before the start of the next semester you wish to start classes, so that the Graduate School has time to verify all official documents.
The Master Of Arts In Education With A Concentration In Art Education
(MAEd In Art Education) is the professional degree in art education. Applicants for the MAEd must possess a teaching license. Graduate certification requires demonstrated competence and recommendations from the certifying institution. This is a one-year or equivalent degree (33-36 s.h.). Students interested in applying for admission to this degree program must submit a portfolio of their own portfolio showing competence in a studio area or areas as well as sufficient undergraduate preparation in art history. All applicants must have at least the initial teaching license to apply for this degree as well as a satisfactory score on the Miller Analogies Test or the Graduate Record Examinations. If you have had well over 5 years of continuous employment as a licensed K-12 art teacher, you may be eligible to apply for professional admission which would waive the standardized test requirement. To inquire, send a current resume to the Art and Design Director of Graduate studies (email@example.com).
This degree can be pursued completely online.
This degree does not lead to licensure.
Admission to the MAED in Art Education degree program is a 2 step process. (Step 1) admission to the University through the Graduate School and (Step 2) acceptance by the School of Art and Design Graduate Faculty on the basis of professional competency.
Carefully read and follow the Graduate School application guidelines. The Graduate School is the umbrella organization for all graduate degree programs at the University. They are located in a different building and have a different staff than the School of Art and Design. You will be required to provide them with the following;
You have not officially applied until you receive confirmation from the Graduate School. The graduate school processor will notify you of any missing items via e-mail once the application is processed. Until the application is processed there is no notification.