Master of Art Education (MAE)
The Master of Art Education (MAE) Program supports practicing teachers with contemporary social theories and strategies that strengthen their classroom, studio practice and research in relation to art and visual culture.
The MAE degree program is composed of a minimum of 36 semester hours of graduate hours including:
- 12 semester hours of art education courses (research core course & 3 others as offered)
- 12 semester hours of related art courses (i.e., studio, art history, or visual studies)
- 6 semester hours as a minor (taken inside or outside the School of Art)
- Thesis (for those planning to pursue a Ph.D. and publication) Art 6000
- Professional Report (for those interested in developing a project) Art 6001
- Artistic/Studio Problem (for those defining artistic problems within or across media) Art 6002
During the fall and spring semesters, classes are offered online and on the main campus in Lubbock, TX. During summer, classes in art education and studio art are offered in Lubbock. Follow the links to see the summer offerings. Some scholarships are available for the summer study. Consult with your advisor for more information.
Instructions to apply to the MAE program can be found [HERE].
Andrés Peralta, Ph.D, MAE Program Coordinator
Rina K. Little, Ph.D., Associate Professor