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Art Education (M.Ed.)

Individuals who do not have undergraduate professional education prerequisites for the regular Master of Education degree program may pursue the Master of Education program for non-education majors. These programs are designed for individuals who do not plan to obtain teacher certification but wish to improve their educational background in certain academic disciplines (e.g., Art, English, Mathematics, Natural Sciences, etc.).

Individuals interested in community college teaching or other types of nonpublic school employment may pursue graduate studies in the following areas:

Parks and Recreation Management**

Early Childhood*

Reading Specialist*

Educational Administration*

School Counseling*

Elementary Education*

School Psychometry*

Health and Physical Education*

Social Sciences*


Special Education*

Natural Sciences*

Sport Management**

* these degrees can be taken on a Certified Track (education majors) or Non-Certification Track (non-education majors) refer to the previous section for the specific degree requirements

** these degrees can be taken only on the Non-Certification Track, refer to the following section for the specific degree requirements

(Code No. 823)