Master of Arts in Art Education
The New Hampshire Institute of Art is now accepting applications for the Master of the Arts in Art Education (MAAE) graduate program.
This unique degree allows art educators to focus on the studio once again. Students will choose a studio concentration and devote the majority of their time to expanding and developing their own artistic skills. Art Education and Art History courses are designed to build connections between the personal studio practice and the art classroom.
The MAAE program is designed for the certified, working educator. Courses in the spring and fall are completed during weekend workshops and through distance education to allow you flexibility to focus on your career. Summer studio courses are held on campus, with optional housing, to create an immersive studio environment.
The Institute’s MAAE program was approved by the New Hampshire Post Secondary Commission in 2011 and accredited with the National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD) and New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) in 2012.
Current studio concentration offerings:
Painting, Photography, Illustration & Ceramics
2013 Important Dates:
Spring Program Start Date: April 20th 2013
Spring Application Deadline: March 1st 2013
Fall Program Start Date: August 19th 2013
Fall Application Deadline: July 1st, 2013
FAFSA Deadline: February 1st 2013