The School of Art & Design offers a Master of Arts degree with both on-campus and hybrid delivery options. You can focus on Studio Art, Art Education, or Art History in our on-campus program, or select our low residency M.A. program specifically designed for current art educators.
Low Residency Master of Arts
The low residency program is designed for current art educators who wish to build upon their credentials while developing as artists, teachers and leaders in the field of art education. You will learn from expert faculty connecting theory and practice in research methods, curriculum development, critical analysis, aesthetics, studio processes and other current issues within the discipline. The program allows synthesis of personal talents and interests into an in-depth and individualized Master's degree.
Coursework is delivered online during the fall and spring semesters and includes a 4-week summer on-campus residency, allowing you to get back in the studio. In these summer courses you can formulate your research, actively extend your studio practice and connect your learning to the K-12 classroom.