Curriculum and Instruction

Graduate Studies in Art Education

UT offers two advanced degree programs in Art Education:

M.A. in Multi-Age Visual Arts Education, for those who already hold a teaching license, or who wish to develop expertise in Arts Education.

Licensure and Masters (LAMP) in Visual Arts Education, for those who wish to earn a teaching license alongside a master's degree in Arts Education. Please visit the LAMP Arts page for more information

In Partnership: University of Toledo and the Toledo Museum of Art

Fully accredited by The National Schools of Art and Design  ( NASAD) the Art Education program offers you a unique opportunity to pursue a career as an art teacher and artist. Located in the Center for the Visual Arts, adjacent to the internationally recognized Toledo Museum of Art, the Art Education program offers a study enrichment which few other universities can offer.

As a University student, you have immediate access to the Museum's permanent collections as well as many outstanding temporary exhibitions. The Museum's superb collections trace nearly the entire history of art, providing primary sources for the study of visual creativity from remote antiquity to the present day. As an Art Education major, you will have the opportunity to observe, research and participate in the Museum's nationally-acclaimed programs for children and youth. In addition, the Museum Campus boasts excellent instructional and research facilities including state-of-the-art studios, and photography and cyber art labs. Central to the program of study is the development of your skills as an artist and craftsman.

CURRICULUM INFORMATION
The Master’s Degree in Art Education is a 36-hour program.

INTERNAL ADMISSIONS DEADLINES
Admissions are ongoing.

For more information, please contact:
Jason Cox
jason.cox2@utoledo.edu

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Last Updated: 1/25/17