Art Education degree NYC

Art Education Program

The MA Programs in Art + Education aspire to transform the landscape of the field through a radical approach to visual arts education and artistic practice. With a special focus on contemporary art and its social context, the programs position the artist-teacher as cultural producer, intellectual, and activist able to work in schools, museums, community-based programs, alternative educational sites, and in the public realm. Our programs combine aspects of contemporary art, critical pedagogy, and social activism, preparing students to be innovative researchers and persuasive advocates for the arts in schools and society.

See examples of student work: Certification and Community Practice programs.

Informal information sessions will be held at 6:00pm, at 34 Stuyvesant Street on the following dates:

Art + Ed Certification Programs: October 22, December 3, & January 21
Art + Ed Community Practice Program: December 10 & January 28

Plus, on Friday, November 6, there will be an information session for all Art +Ed Programs 5:00-6:00pm, followed by a talk by Martha Wilson, artist and founder of Franklin Furnace, from 6:30-7:30, and a reception with current students.

MA Teaching Art
(Initial Certification)

For aspiring teachers, this program leads to eligibility for New York state initial certification as a teacher of Visual Art, all grades (K-12). The 33-credit program combines a strong foundation in critical pedagogy with a solid grounding in practice, including experiences teaching in NYU Visionary Studios and both elementary and secondary classrooms.

MA Teaching Art
(Professional Certification)

The coursework in the professional certification program is designed for students who already have an initial teaching art certificate and wish to pursue graduate training that positions the artist-teacher as cultural producer, intellectual, and activist. The 30-credit program is tailored to student interests allowing them to take courses in the various schools and programs at NYU.

MA in Art, Education,
and Community Practice

This interdisciplinary, non-certification program combines coursework in contemporary artistic practice, educational theory, and social activism to prepare artists, educators, designers, community organizers, and other publicly situated activists to work within community-based settings, museums, NGOs, or broader public and civic contexts to initiate social change through the arts.

Safety: A study to determine the degree industrial arts teachers in Monroe County are promoting safety practices in their ongoing programs (Research papers. Industrial Arts Education)
Book (State University of New York, College of Education)
A comparative analysis of three structured groups: From all industrial arts graduates of the State University Teachers College at Oswego, New York, ... for the degree of Doctor of Education
Book (The University)
Analysis of New York State Education Law 409-a: A study to determine the degree of compliance and the reasons for non-compliance by industrial arts ... (Research papers. Industrial Arts Research)
Book (State University of New York, College of Education)
Index of dissertations of the School of education, New York university : an index of theses submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degrees of master of arts and doctor of philosophy in the School of education of New York university
Book (Rho chapter of Phi delta kappa, School of education, New York university)
A study of job deflection: the degree of disparity between occupational aspirations and occupational attainments (Masters' theses. Industrial Arts Education)
Book (State University of New York, College of Arts and Science)
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