Attend UArts’s Virtual Grad Info Session on Wednesday, February 8, from 6 to 7:30 pm (EST).
MFA in Book Arts & Printmaking
UArts’s program is the most prominent and established professional master’s degree program in the US.
MFA in Dance
Internationally situated: Considering differently the very idea of study, the program rethinks itself anew each year and departs from a traditional education format.
MFA in Devised Performance
In collaboration with Pig Iron Theatre Company, this program explores ensemble theater practice and trains students’ bodies and imaginations, and helps them create original performance works in response to the world around them.
Master of Education in Educational Program Design (online)
This online-only program demystifies curriculum, instruction, and assessment as educators gain tools to meet the needs of diverse learners.
Master of Education in Educational Technology (online)
This online-only program deepens students’ expertise in integrating technology into the classroom.
Master of Music in Jazz Studies
Students get advanced private instruction, focus on their individual goals, and develop their musical identities.
MFA in Museum Exhibition Planning & Design
Students learn to design experiences that cultivate curiosity, build empathy and inspire people to action.
Master of Arts in Museum Studies (emphases: Education, Engagement)
Students are engaged in a cohort and community learning environment and are passionate about the mission-driven impact only museums can deliver.
Master of Music in Music Education (summers only)
The nation’s premier program for music educators is designed for teachers and others interested in studying music education at the graduate level.
Master of Design in Product Design
Students learn how to solve social, economic, technical, and material challenges through human-centered design, maker culture, and entrepreneurship.
Master of Arts in Teaching in Music Education or Visual Arts Education
Students gain hands-on teaching experience and take coursework in practice, pedagogy, and current theory and research to become a certified art or music educator.
Learn more and register for the Virtual Grad Info Session on February 8 at uarts.edu.
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