MAT Art Education
The Master of Arts in Teaching in Art Education (MAT I) at George Mason University is a pre-service degree program that prepares students with a BFA degree or equivalent for PreK-12 art licensure by the Commonwealth of Virginia.
$ 1,431 per credit
Fairfax, United States
About the programme
Using a studio-based approach to art education and working closely with area public school systems, the Art Education degree at George Mason University consists of 30 credits of graduate art education, school practicum experience, studio work, and pre-service teaching internship and seminar.
The School of Art is founded on the premise that art both reflects and inspires a creative society, improving the human condition while describing the world, both as it is and could be. We focus on the role of artists in that conversation.
We encourage students to see art both as an individual expression and public interaction. We celebrate historical reference, current relevance and experimentation-emphasizing innovative ways of thinking that enhance the impact of art on the future of society.
- Issues and Research in Art Education
- Two-Dimensional Art Making and Differentiated Instruction
- Three-Dimensional Art Making Across Cultures
- Elementary Art Education
- Literacy and Curriculum Integration
- Secondary Art Education