Earn your bachelor's and master's degrees in one streamlined program to become an artist as well as a licensed visual art teacher in public schools (PreK–8 or 5–12).
Get your Bachelor of Fine Arts and a Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Teacher of Visual Art for Grades PreK–8 or 5–12, Initial Licensure, in a joint program for a tuition discount and time savings.
This integrated dual degree program combines the curriculum of any BFA major and the curriculum of the Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Teacher of Visual Art, Initial Licensure, Grades PreK–8 or 5–12.
Year 1 (Freshman Year)Take your regular program.
Year 2 (Sophomore Year)
Year 3 (Junior Year)
Year 4 (Senior Year)In your senior year of undergraduate study, you will take 12 graduate-level credits.
Fall SemesterTake your regular program with two electives (one social science elective and one general elective) selected from the following graduate courses:
Spring SemesterTake your regular program with two additional electives (one Art History and one general elective) selected from the above list of education graduate courses.
You will map out your fifth and sixth years of graduate study with a Creative Arts in Learning advisor to fulfill the requirements of the master's program and to meet your individual goals. Review the requirements for the M.Ed. Program in Teacher of Visual Art for Initial Licensure.
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