Doctor of Philosophy in Art Education

The doctoral program in art education is designed for advanced graduate students who want to pursue scholarly study and research in art education. Doctoral level coursework includes studies in both art education and in relevant disciplines and departments within the university. Applicants for admission must hold a master's degree in art education or the equivalent from an accredited institution. Admission is determined by a sample of academic writing, official records of previous education and experience, and letters of recommendation.

Course work Hours in residency on this campus32
ARTE 599Thesis Research ( Thesis Research min/max applied toward degree)32
Total Hours64

Other Requirements1

Other requirements may overlap
Masters Degree Required for Admission to PhD?Yes
Qualifying Exam RequiredYes
Preliminary Exam RequiredYes
Final Exam/Dissertation Defense RequiredYes
Dissertation Deposit RequiredYes
Minimum GPA: 2.75
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For additional details and requirements refer to the department's graduate studies requirements and the Graduate College Handbook.