Art Education (K-12) M.S.
The Master of Science in Art Education (K-12) is a 36 credit program that offers a unique opportunity for students to advance their development as artists while sharing their love of art with young people.
The primary mission of this program is to prepare art teachers for public and private school service who possess knowledge and skills in the arts, advanced theoretical and practical knowledge in art education, and understanding of the roles of education within wider contexts of culture and society.
At a Glance
|Degree||Master of Science|
|Start Terms||Fall, Spring, Summer|
|Format||On campus *(will be offered online in 2020)|
Master's (36 credits); Certification only (30 credits)
|Tuition & Fees||
$100 fee/semester (2019-2020)
|Average Class Size||
20 students or less
|Average Work Experience||The average student in the program is changing careers and has a strong desire to enter the teaching field.|
Graduates go on to teach in various educational settings:
|Graduate Housing||While most of our graduate students commute, there are resources available for those interested in living on-campus, or in near-by off-campus housing.|
|Graduate Assistantships||Graduate assistantships are offered on a limited basis. Please contact the program director for availability.|
|Support for Student Veterans||SJU is a yellow ribbon school that accepts GI education benefits. Our Office of Veterans Servicecan help you access and understand the benefits available to you and will support you during your educational career at SJU.|