MEd in Learning, Teaching and Curriculum with Emphasis in Art Education
The master's degree in Art Education is designed to allow elementary teachers or secondary teachers to pursue a program of study to increase competence in curriculum planning, techniques of teaching art, and the subject matter of studio art and art history.
The MEd degree in Art Education comprises 32 semester hours of graduate work that meets the professional needs of the students. The courses include 16 hours of classes at the 8000-9000 level and 16 hours of work in education at the 7000-9000 level or above, which includes a course that enables the student to read, interpret and evaluate research.
|Core Courses in Art Education (on-campus)
|Survey of Art Education
|Curriculum in Art Education
|Review of Research in Art Education
|Culturally Responsive Pedagogy
|Visual Literacy and Visual Culture
|Visual Thinking Strategies I
|Visual Thinking Strategies II
|Artistic Thinking: Multimedia Applications for Teaching Art
|Illuminating Process and Product: Making Learning Visible
|The Art of Teacher Reflection
|Additional Elective Options: Graduate Studio, Graduate Art History, Graduate Digital Media
Applicants are required to meet two sets of minimum qualifications for admission: the requirements of the MEd in Learning, Teaching and Curriculum program and the minimum requirements of the Graduate School. Because requirements vary, you must refer to a degree program's graduate admission page to learn about specific admission criteria, application deadlines, eligibility and application process. Your application materials will be reviewed by both the Graduate School and the degree program to which you’ve applied before official admission to the University of Missouri.
The LTC graduate program cannot assure admission to all applicants who meet minimum standards specified for the degree program. Resource constraints do not permit the admission of all qualified applicants.
A committee of faculty reviews the credentials of each applicant. It is the responsibility of this committee to exercise professional judgment related to the criteria that applicants must meet in order to be considered for admission to the program.