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A doctorate in art education from MU can help you expand your teaching skills and develop an expertise in conceptualizing, conducting and reporting current research topics. If you want to advance your career in college-level teaching, research or leadership, this may be the degree for you.
Official nameDoctor of philosophy in learning, teaching and curriculum with an emphasis in art education
CampusUniversity of Missouri
Academic homeCollege of Education | Department of Learning, Teaching and Curriculum
Delivery modeBlended, some campus visits required
AccreditationHigher Learning Commission, Teacher Accreditation Council
*This cost is for illustrative purposes only. Your hours and costs will differ, depending on your transfer hours, course choices and your academic progress. See more about tuition and financial aid.
This degree has potential benefits for
- Art agency directors
- College deans
- Museum administrators
- University professors
Delivery of this program is blended. Most courses can be completed online, but you must complete at least three consecutive semesters on campus.
Courses are semester-based. Per the Graduate School's policy, students may take up to 8 years to complete their course work.
To learn more about the program structure, see the video on the Art Education department site.
Course work includes
- Art pedagogy
- Art studio content
- Visual art and design education
- Research theory, methods and methodologies
- Educational leadership and policy analysis