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Graduate Art Education Non-Degree Programs
Add on Endorsement in Art Education:
This program is designed for teachers licensed in areas other than K-12 art, and demonstrate a strong background in visual arts. Candidates may add an endorsement by passing Praxis II Exam: Art Content and Analysis (0135) and by completing coursework as determined by faculty advisors. Candidates employed full-time as a teacher can receive a scholarship in the form of reduced tuition by submitting a Teaching Verification Form.
Transitional Licensure in Art Education:
This program is for candidates who hold a BFA, BS, or BA degree and have a minimum of 24 hours of studio coursework, are currently employed by a school system and who must gain state licensure in Visual Arts K-12). Candidates take 19 hours of coursework that must be completed within three years.The 19 hours can be applied toward the MAT degree with application and acceptance into the program. Candidates must work full-time as a visual arts teacher, pass all required Praxis II exams, apply annually for licensure renewal and have at least two years of satisfactory school evaluations. (19 hours)
Plus 30 Semester Hours:
This program is for licensed art educators with a masters degree. The Plus 30 Semester Hour Program allows for future pursuit of additional studies for professional development and pay increases from respective school systems. Entry to courses is on a space available basis in the published schedule of classes.