Ph.D. Art Education Program Manual

A Ph.D. in Art Education gives one the opportunity to achieve a high level of scholarly competence and provides the chance for contributions to the field. The degree facilitates educational experiences intended to foster research, scholarship and knowledge of a specialty in the field. The program consists of structured coursework in Art Education, a minor field of study and research methodology; a comprehensive exam; a dissertation and a final oral examination in defense of your research.

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Student accomplishments

Sarah Travis, Dr. Amelia Kraehe

Art education doctoral student Sarah Travis and art education professor Dr. Amelia Kraehe published a co-authored paper in 2016 in The Urban Review titled Equity, the Arts, and Urban Education.

Art Education and Art History
Art Education

Art education doctoral student Sarah Travis and art education professor Dr. Amelia Kraehe published a co-authored paper in 2016 in The Urban Review titled Equity, the Arts, and Urban Education.

Alumni accomplishments

Annette Becker

Annette Becker (Art History MA, 2015) was formerly the Assistant to the Director of the Spencer Art Museum at the University of Kansas. In September 2016, she returned to Denton and UNT to serve as Director of the Texas Fashion Collection.

Art Education and Art History
Art History

Annette Becker (Art History MA, 2015) was formerly the Assistant to the Director of the Spencer Art Museum at the University of Kansas. In September 2016, she returned to Denton and UNT to serve as Director of the Texas Fashion Collection.