This program is designed to allow the working professional to complete a degree in two years.
The Art Department of Eastern Illinois University is an accredited institutional member of the National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD).
Today, evolving technology paired with brilliant artistic minds constantly redefines what we think of as art, necessitating art educators and artists to actively seek out and apply new approaches to curriculum design and innovative methods for instructional delivery.
EIU offers you rich and sustained opportunities to achieve your creative, professional, and life goals as an arts educator.
The Art Education option is an excellent choice if you are a certified teacher and need to acquire a graduate degree for an entry-level position and beyond.
The Master in Art, Art Education Option is a 32-hour program blending online courses with intensive studio experiences designed to strengthen the development of certified art teachers and allow them to engage in professional development and graduate studies. Click here for more information on this program.
The Master of Arts degree in Art, Community Arts Option provides individuals interested in community arts education with professional development for the teaching of art in multiple settings. Click here for more information on this program.
Specializes in the area of figurative art. The creative theme of recent work is based on Greek Mythology in a style of Romantic Realism.
Associated with the New Aesthetics movement, an informal group of artists and writers who emphasize the physical and material nature of art.