Master of Education
The MEd in Integrated Arts is designed for students who want to enhance their professional development by incorporating the arts into educational, cultural, human services, and recreational settings. Integrated Arts graduates are typically classroom teachers, visual and performing artists, and arts or resource or media specialists employed in schools, museums, libraries, hospitals, and other educational and cultural institutions. In addition to gaining general MEd competencies, students will develop a specialization in the integration of the arts through a series of workshop and practicum experiences with professionals in the field, including opportunities for international study.
Use the Course Planning Matrix to see when Integrated Arts courses will be offered
Master’s Core Component – 9 credits
Learning Theory Component – 6 credits
Integration Component – 9 credits
Elective Component – 9 credits
Students will select from a variety of arts electives with an elementary or secondary education focus. Students select courses based on interest and individual needs.
Capstone Experience – 3 credits
Total for MEd in Integrated Arts – 36 credits