Master of Education in Art Education
Art Education – ME6365
Department of Teacher Education
Athens, OH 45701
Delivery Mode: Athens Campus
Terms of Entry: Summer, Fall, Spring
The Art Education program prepares art teachers for grades K-12 with licensure.
The Art Education program offers a research-based dynamic curriculum focusing on the development of professional knowledge, skills, and dispositions. Program faculty members bring expertise in their disciplines as well as experience working in K-12 schools. Faculty members are committed to student success and collaborate with colleagues in the College of Arts and Science and other stakeholders to ensure program rigor and responsiveness to state, local, and national initiatives. Students enjoy the opportunity to become members in student chapters of disciplinary professional organizations.
A key feature of the Art Education program is its yearlong clinical culminating in a professional internship and a Master’s research project. The Art Education Master’s program can be completed in 3 academic terms if students (a) begin their program of study during the summer academic term, (b) follow a prescribed sequence of courses, and (c) submit official documentation demonstrating they have successfully passed the required content exam of the Ohio Assessment for Educators. Students who enter the program in fall or spring semester or who must meet additional content knowledge requirements may require more than 3 academic terms to successfully complete the Master’s program.
Program Learning Outcomes
The Art Education program is designed to prepare beginning teachers, who develop:
- A strong foundation in the subject matter and the ability to demonstrate the central concepts, tools of inquiry, and structures of the discipline(s) they teach
- An understanding of how children and youth learn, develop and engage with subject matter and with each other
- Equitable and inclusive teaching and assessment practices that are responsive to diverse learners, communities, and a global society
- The ability to work within and across a range of community and professional contexts
- A disposition and skills to critically reflect on and learn from their practice
- A strong sense of agency and the capacity to become leaders in their field
Opportunities for Graduates
Art Education Master’s program students are eligible to apply for a teaching license in the State of Ohio once they successfully complete the courses listed on their program of study, the required Ohio Assessment for Educators licensure examinations, and the Professional Internship in Teaching. Art Education program graduates enjoy careers teaching art in schools in Ohio and around the nation. Many additionally serve as curriculum specialists for their discipline.
Link to Program: https://www.ohio.edu/education/teacher-ed/masters/aya-multi
Applicants whose qualifications satisfy all the following elements are reviewed for admission to
the Master of Education in Adolescent-to-Young Adult program:
- Bachelor’s degree in an accredited program in a program related to the area of licensure
- GPA 3.0 or higher
- GRE score of 290 or higher (verbal and quantitative combined)
- A passing score on the Art (OAE 006) Ohio Assessment for Educators
The application requires three letters of recommendation, an autobiography, transcripts (undergraduate and graduate when applicable), and an academic writing sample. Transfer credit may be considered.
This program is for the purpose of Ohio teaching licensure and is open only to students who are U.S. citizens or permanent residents. An I-20 may not be issued based on admission to this program.
Complete a minimum of 46 credit hours as follows: