Program Manual

The following program manual is a summary of the Master of Arts, Art Education Program. We intend that you use the procedures as outlined here to plan and fulfill all requirements for the M.A. degree in Art Education.

In addition to this manual, you must obtain and carefully read the current UNT Graduate Catalog, as you are additionally subject to all of the policies and procedures outlined in the catalog. Note that the Art Education faculty are always willing to assist you with planning and realizing your coursework and degree requirements. However, the responsibility of meeting all CVAD and UNT Toulouse Graduate School requirements for the degree of M.A. in Art Education rests with you, the student.

For additional information, visit the Toulouse Graduate School website.

Student accomplishments

Rachel Hiser Newberry Paper

Rachel Hiser, MA student in Art History, has had her paper, "Leading the Eye: Space as A Didactic and Spiritual Tool in the Twelfth-Century Church of San Clemente, Rome," accepted for the Newberry Center for Renaissance Studies 2016 graduate student conference. Her paper will be part of the panel "Cosmography, Space, Place," on Thurs, Jan 28, 1:30-3:00pm.

Art Education and Art History
Art History

Rachel Hiser, MA student in Art History, has had her paper, "Leading the Eye: Space as A Didactic and Spiritual Tool in the Twelfth-Century Church of San Clemente, Rome," accepted for the Newberry Center for Renaissance Studies 2016 graduate student conference. Her paper will be part of the panel "Cosmography, Space, Place," on Thurs, Jan 28, 1:30-3:00pm.

Alumni accomplishments

Tania Kolarik published in ATHANOR XXXIV

Art History graduate (MA, Fall 2015) Tania Kolarik’s article, “Vision of the Afterlife: The Heavenly Jerusalem of Santa Maria Maggiore,” has now been published in ATHANOR XXXIV, the journal of Florida State University, Department of Art History.

Art Education and Art History
Art History

Art History graduate (MA, Fall 2015) Tania Kolarik’s article, “Vision of the Afterlife: The Heavenly Jerusalem of Santa Maria Maggiore,” has now been published in ATHANOR XXXIV, the journal of Florida State University, Department of Art History.