Art Education Forecast

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6ffe159d76ab574a35cbc84fd8037e45WHY TEACH ART?

 

Art Educators are passionately engaged in helping others fulfill their human potential through learning in the arts, as well as…

    • share their love for art with others
    • promote understanding locally and globally through art learning
    • continue to develop their own artistic skill, problem solving capabilities, and engage in life-long learning

 

6ffe159d76ab574a35cbc84fd8037e45WHY GEORGIA STATE UNIVERSITY?

 

The NASAD accredited program boasts a long tradition of graduating prepared art educators taught by an award-winning faculty.

High job placement with a starting salary range of $36,000 – $43,000.

Many graduates hold leadership positions within their schools, districts and professional organizations. 

National Art Education Association has named Prof. Melody K. Milbrandt the 2015 National Art Educator of the Year Award.

 

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6ffe159d76ab574a35cbc84fd8037e45GET CERTIFIED!

 

Current GSU BA and BFA studio majors – before completing your degree, earn an Arts Education Certification (15 hours coursework followed by a semester of student teaching).

For Georgia Perimeter art students — transfer your associate degree art credits to Georgia State Art BFA in Art Education program (129 hrs.)

 

6ffe159d76ab574a35cbc84fd8037e45GET STARTED?

 

See the GSU catalog for pre-requisites at Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art Education
or contact Associate Professor, Kevin Hsieh at khsieh@gsu.edu 404.413.5268

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Art Education Faculty (L-R)- Assoc. Prof. Melanie Gail Davenport, Prof. Melody, Melody Kennedy Milbrandt and Assoc. Prof. Kevin Hsieh

Art Education Faculty (L-R)- Assoc. Prof. Melanie Gail Davenport, Prof. Melody, Melody Kennedy Milbrandt and Assoc. Prof. Kevin Hsieh

* Georgia Department of Labor, Long-term Occupational Projections 2012-2000