Licensed art education teachers who complete an art education master’s degree at Kent State University develop a focused competence in the visual arts as well as an intellectual understanding of the history and current issues of the field of art education. Students complete a course on quantitative and qualitative approaches to research then select to do a research study with a thesis or a master’s project option. The thesis culminates in a document that is based on scholarly research of an art education related topic. The master’s project involves action research, which focuses on participant/researcher studies in curriculum, classroom settings, grant implementation, and/or community-based projects.
Information on financial aid is available through theOffice of Student Financial Aid
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Kent State University
Kent, Ohio 44242-0001
Graduate Degree information is available online at theGraduation Planning System website.
For more information about the program in Art Education, contact Professor Kathleen Brown, Coordinator of Graduate Studies in School of Art, 330-672-1362, or Dr. Linda Hoeptner Poling, firstname.lastname@example.org, Coordinator of Art Education. 330-672-7895.