We offer rolling admissions. Students can apply for autumn or spring semester or summer term.
The GRE is optional for the Online MA in Art Education.
Students take four credit hours each semester, except for the second summer semester when they take six credit hours
No. Many of our students are licensed teachers but this is not a requirement. Students can be art educators within the community, museums, or schools. It helps to have some background in arts teaching.
Two years for a total of seven semesters.
Yes, courses are offered in a sequential order that students are required to follow.
This is determined on a case by case basis.
Our priority admissions deadline is April 1st and the final deadline is June 1st. Applications are reviewed as they are submitted until we reach maximum enrollment.
The total cost estimate for Ohio residents is $23,065. The total cost estimate for non-Ohio residents is $23,100.
We do not offer financial aid. However, students can apply for grants, scholarships, and federal student aid. Sometimes teachers can apply for fee waivers through their school district.
No, our program does not lead to a teaching license.
Students in our program do not complete a thesis. Instead, they complete a non-thesis research project in which students implement and document practices and ideas they have learned in their MA Online classes in their own classroom or comparable context.
This program is 100% online.