Master of Education in Arts and Academic Interdisciplinary Education
The Master of Education in Arts and Academic Interdisciplinary Education is ideal for teachers who wish to gain practical skills and techniques for engaging children in learning by using the arts. The program presents various skills in art, music, theater, and dance as well as how to integrate these areas. Students will explore the use of the arts in teaching children as a way to expand their interest and creativity. Courses will present different artistic ways to teach many subjects including math, language arts, science, social studies, and many others. The program has a Christian foundation, meaning students will explore how to integrate their faith and their careers.
Students in this program will be taught various skills in the arts; they will then be expected to use those skills as teaching methods in the classroom. Drama techniques include acting and improvisation that children can use in creating skits based on their lessons. The visual arts will present skills in drawing with freehand as well as with computer applications. The music portion of the program will teach students how to distinguish various composers and read music, which can then be used in the classroom to relate counting notes and measures to math skills. By learning these techniques, educators can seek to improve student performance as they encourage students to use their imagination and engage critical thinking skills.
The course outline is flexible and caters to those who are working part-time or full-time. Students can take one to four courses each semester, and may complete the program at their own pace. Most courses are available online, though there are four on-campus courses which will be taken during the summer, each lasting a week. During these classes students can work directly with faculty in developing their skills in the arts.
Degree Level: Master
Delivery Format: Hybrid
Accreditation & Licensing
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges
Southeastern University was established in 1935 in Alabama with the purpose of training pastors and missionaries, and later relocated to Lakeland in 1946. Today, the co-educational, private, not-for-profit liberal arts university continues to promote Christianity through well-rounded programs, including regularly scheduled chapel services, volunteer service, music programs, clubs and organizations, and intercollegiate and intramural sports.
Southeastern University offers associate's, bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees, and has developed an online program to cater to the needs of working Christian adults pursuing bachelor's and master's degrees.
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