Put your love of the arts to use in a school, museum, hospital, non-profit, or community-based organization. Have a wide impact through transformative work in your area of interest.
In this action-based Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Community Arts, you will get an interdisciplinary foundation in arts-based community work, grant writing, arts administration, networking, fundraising, and other components that will enable you to effect change through art. Six credits of specialization courses and twelve credits of electives help you tailor your program to your particular passion. Choose the specialization that best fits your interest, mission, and purpose, from among:
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Community Arts M.Ed. Community Arts InternshipsCommunity Arts Program Outcomes Art Education and Creative Arts in Learning Programs
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