Michael Drought, Director, 2000 Jenkins Fine Arts Center
The National Association of Schools of Art accredits the School of Art and Design graduate programs. The North Carolina State Department of Public Instruction and the National Council on Accreditation of Teacher Education accredits the MAEd in art.
As a prerequisite to graduate study in a degree program, the School of Art and Design requires that the applicant meet the admission requirements of the university Graduate School. In addition, applicants must meet all admission requirements of the School of Art and Design, including a portfolio showing competence in a studio area or areas as well as sufficient undergraduate preparation in art history. Portfolio evaluation is a primary criteria used in making an admissions decision. Applicants with deficiencies in undergraduate course requirements or preparation will be required to remove them. All application materials should be submitted to the Graduate School by January 15 for fall semester and October 15 for spring semester.
MAT in Art Education
Please refer to the College of Education for the degree requirements for the Master of Arts in Teaching and the master of arts in education, both of which lead to advanced certification.
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