Art and Design Education, MA
The MA in Art and Design Education (Initial Certification) is designed for individuals who seek initial certification in the visual arts to be able to work as artist-teachers in public schools and other educational settings, from prekindergarten through high school. In addition to certification, this intellectually challenging pathway supports research on curriculum design, pedagogical practice, and the historical and contemporary state of the field in art and design education. Through the integration of research and practice, the program contributes to professional renewal, leadership, and innovation. The program can be completed in three semesters.
This 33-credit degree program is open to individuals with a minimum of a 3.0 in their bachelor’s degree and 25 credit hours in art, design, and/or the history of art from an accredited higher education institution or the equivalent of the bachelor’s degree from an international institution
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|ADE-609||From City to Studio to Classroom I||3|
|ADE-616||The Inclusive Classroom||3|
|ED-608||New York City's Youth: A Historical Perspective||3|
|ADE-630||Media and Materials: From Studio to Classroom||3|
|ADE-610||From City to Studio to Classroom II||3|
|ADE-611||Teaching in the NYC Public Schools||3|
|ADE-621||Student Teaching: Saturday Art School||3|