We immerse artists in specialized studio practice, introduce innovative teaching approaches and classroom art projects, and cultivate the rich connections young people can build across the arts, across other disciplines and across the lifespan. Successful program completion prepares artists to become creative art teachers and leads to eligibility for New York State teaching certification.
WHY SHOULD I ENROLL IN ADELPHI’S M.A. IN ART EDUCATION PROGRAM?
WHAT WILL I STUDY IN ART EDUCATION?
Through flexible evening, blended and online, summer and weekend courses, you’ll explore the craft of art instruction in many settings, including studio art to build artistic portfolios and integrated teaching practice with skilled K–12 teachers and University mentors. You’ll also gather school fieldwork experiences in local elementary, middle and high schools.
Our program is unique in its emphasis on integrating all the arts into education through specialized courses and studio work leading to exhibition opportunities so you can meaningfully connect your creative processes and teaching practices.
For already practicing art educators, the M.A. in Art: Track in Community Arts Education program helps the teaching artist to become a studio professional.
WHAT WILL IT COST?
Tuition in the M.A. in Art Education program is $1,110 per credit. The program is 37 credits.
University and technology fees (per semester):
|12 or more credits||$635|
HOW DO I APPLY TO THE M.A. IN ART EDUCATION?
In addition to a completed application for graduate admission and application fee, applicants must submit:
Applicants must have an undergraduate GPA of at least 3.0.
Please contact email@example.com with any questions about the M.A. in Art Education portfolio. International students should contact the Office of University Admissions about any language requirements.
Students can also request to enroll in classes on a provisional or nonmatriculating basis after transcript review but before completion of the application.