Art Education (MAT)

Art Education K-12
Master of Arts in Teaching
Art classes allow students of all learning abilities to thrive. SUNY Oswego’s program will prepare you to teach art in public schools for grades K-12. As a student in SUNY Oswego’s NCATE accredited program, you will expand your skill set and be able to work with your students using both traditional and digital art.
From the classroom to the real world

Through SUNY Oswego's Art Education program, you will gain real world experience through two student teaching placements over the course of your education.

You will have the opportunity to work in a variety of learning environments; this program encourages teaching in both urban and rural areas and both elementary and high school settings.

Meaningful extended student teaching experience

You will spend a full 12 weeks at one school each placement, compared to six weeks at two different places.

This experience, unique to our program, will allow you to have a meaningful experience and leave a lasting impression on your students.

Ready to apply?
Admission requirements
Official transcripts confirming a BFA or comparable Bachelor's degree in Art
GRE test scores
Purpose Statement
Indicate your purpose for applying to SUNY Oswego. Identify any particular area of interest within the program area you are applying to, your plans for future occupation or profession and any additional information which may be of help in evaluating your application.
Two letters of recommendation
ALST test
Art Portfolio
Application deadline
March 1 for Summer or Fall admission
October 1 for Spring admission
Length of program
42 credit hours
Application Fee
$65 application fee
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Still have questions?
Jessica Panicola is the first art education student to student teach in Bolivia.
Jessica Panicola turned her student teaching experience to a life changing one by being the first art education student to complete her student teaching requirement in Bolivia.