The Master of Science in Art Education (Birth to Grades 12) offers a unique opportunity for students to advance their development as creative artists while sharing their love of art with young people in public and private schools.
The M.S. plan of study is designed to meet the needs of all interested students preparing to enter the field (45 credits). Candidates in both programs sharpen their design and drawing skills through studio classes and workshops in traditional and electronic media. All students also take courses aimed at enhancing their teaching skills and exploring the psychological, philosophical and social foundations of art education.
With input and guidance from two graduate advisors each student designs a personalized curriculum that reflects his or her strengths and professional goals.
The program is accredited by the Teacher Education Accreditation Council, which ensures you receive the highest quality instruction.
Art education majors have access to impressive studios, exhibition halls and labs to transform their ideas and concepts into beautiful works of art. Specialized facililties include a ceramics center, sculpture studio, printmaking workshop and papermill, digital art and design labs, and photography, drawing and painting studios. The Hillwood Art Museum and the Hutchins Gallery, both located on the LIU Post Campus, feature an ongoing series of exhibitions by professional and student artists. Many students and faculty showcase their work in galleries throughout Long Island and in New York City. Exhibiting artists are frequently brought to Campus to discuss their work, conduct workshops and visit classes.
All faculty members of the LIU Post Art Department are practicing artists who enjoy affiliations with publishers, galleries and graphic design studios. Several members of the faculty have works that are included in the permanent collections of some of the nation’s largest galleries and museums.
Applicants to the Master of Science in Art Education must meet the following requirements for admission.
Send application materials, with the exception of the portfolio, to:
Admissions Processing Center
Randolph, MA 02368-0805
The portfolio should be mailed to:
Art Department Graduate Studies Office
720 Northern Boulevard
Brookville, N.Y. 11548-1300
(Please indicate degree applying for on portfolio)
For the Plan of Study for the M.S. in Art Education, please see the Department of Curriculum & Instruction in this bulletin.
College of Arts, Communications & Design
Christine Kerr, Ph.D.
Acting Dean and Professor
Moreen Mitchell, J.D.