The Master of Arts in Teaching: Art Education is for candidates without a certification in teaching. This degree is no less rigorous than the advanced master degree program, but includes courses which provide the necessary background in professional education
Applicants for admission to the MAT – Art Education program must hold a BFA or equivalent bachelor’s degree in the appropriate area. All applicants must also satisfy the Board of Education admission requirements. A GPA of 3.0 or higher in the last 60 semester hours of upper-division undergraduate study and passing scores on GK or GRE.
Application materials must include: two (2) letters of recommendation, a résumé, a statement of personal philosophy/professional goals consistent with the objectives of the master’s program. After submission of application, applicants must schedule a portfolio interview with the program director. The Portfolio should contain fifteen (15) pieces of artwork including at least three (3) drawings.
Degree Program Hours: 54
Schedule Portfolio Interview contact Graduate Director, Prof. David Chang : firstname.lastname@example.org
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For a complete list of requirements and courses, visit: Graduate Art + Art History Course Catalog 22-23