The master’s degree in Arts Education prepares graduates to be innovative artists, effective and engaging educators, and advocates of the arts in the schools and communities they serve.
FULL tuition scholarships + living expenses for diverse future teachers in this and other select master’s programs through the Baldanza Fellows Program.
This dual program from the School of Education and The College of Visual and Performing Arts provides professional skills and curriculum strategies that are arts-based and principle-centered, promoting community engaged scholarship and problem solving across disciplines. Graduates meet the academic requirements for both initial and professional New York State teacher certification in Visual Arts (all grades).
Suggested Application Deadline: January 15 | More admissions information
The program’s legacy is the work of a long list of innovative artists and educators. Our graduates are in K-12 schools, preschool, and community settings including: