Master of Science with a Concentration in Arts Education
The Professional Educator Program is a Master of Science in Education degree designed for teachers who want to focus on classroom teaching while pursuing a master’s degree that best fits their particular interests and needs.
The Professional Educator Program is a cross-department program that allows students to choose from multiple and diverse academic offerings that focus on teaching, learning, and assessment.
In order to concentrate in Art Education, teachers will take 15 credits of arts-based classes designed for art educators from various contexts. See the general MSED program plan below. Teachers can be taking the core requirments at any time in any order.
PDF of program plan: Professional Educator Program Sheet 2012-2013 copy.pdf
Art Education courses offered each summer:
*ART 599: Book Arts
*EPC 520: Creative Literacy: Building Literacy through the Arts
The class will meet from 8:30-4:30 M-F on the Portland Campus of USM.
AED 599: Art, Equity and Education
AED 599: Creative Pedagogies and Assessement in Art and Music k-8
July 8-12, 2019