Careers in Art Education

In the M.A. in Art Education program, our experienced faculty integrate a Christian perspective on your life and calling while preparing you to begin or enhance your career in:

  • K-12 public schools (with teaching credential)
  • Private schools
  • Community and nonprofit arts organizations
  • Community colleges
  • Museum education
  • Arts advocacy
  • Higher education teaching and research (with doctoral degree)

My students motivate me every day to push myself as an artist and scholar. The more I am able to achieve, the more they are able to achieve.

Laura G. Powell, M.A. ’18
Middle school art teacher
Hamilton, New Jersey

What Can You Do with a Career in Art Education?

Obtaining a master’s degree in art education can open the door to several career options. Read more about the job outlook and careers pathways in art education.

Note: This information is current for the 2019-20 academic year; however, all stated academic information is subject to change. Please refer to the current Academic Catalog for more information.