As an art education student, you will have the advantage of mentoring relationships with your professors and extensive hands-on learning opportunities in the studio and in local schools.
Florida Southern’s Art Education degree, K-12, has a 100% placement rate of graduates. As a graduate, you’ll be certified to teach in Florida schools.
Art education's small classes encourage strong, one-on-one relationships between art education and students and faculty members.
FSC focuses on engaged learning, whether it’s collaborating with an art education professor, working with other students on a class project, or gaining hands-on experience in a public school classroom through field-study classes.
In EDU 2200 Field Study Level I, you'll participate in instructional activities, classroom planning and management exercises that will help you develop your ability to teach art classes in painting, figure drawing, ceramics and more.
Graduate in five years with two degrees. Save time earning our prestigious MEd.
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