Education core courses (15 credits)
EDMC 530 - The Teacher as Researcher
EDMC 531 - The Standards-Based Classroom: Curriculum
EDMC 532 - The Teacher as Leader: From Issues to Advocacy
EDMC 533 - The Standards-Based Classroom: Instruction and Assessment for Diverse Learners
EDMC 538 - The Professional Teacher (capstone course for the degree program)
Visual Arts content courses (18 credits)
ARTS 501 - Art Studio Graduate Seminar
500-level art history (ARTH) course (3 credits)
500-level studio art (ARTS) courses (12 credits); except ARTS 504 - Studio Art Practices
Graduate Committee Review
Students are required to present their studio investigations to the Graduate Committee to receive interdisciplinary feedback about their work and suggestions for further research and exploration. These reviews are to be held after the completion of:
3 ARTS credits
9 ARTS credits
15 ARTS/ARTH credits
Exit requirement (3 credits)
ARTS 502 - Research
Successful completion of a thesis and oral defense is required. Students must follow the guidelines established by the College of Graduate Studies for completing a master’s thesis.
Total Minimum Credits: 36
Non-degree students will be allowed to enroll in two courses or six credits prior to matriculation.
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