Art K-12 Licensure Program toward M.Ed., Secondary Education
Offered on the Troth Yeddha' (Fairbanks) Campus only, this is an intensive, classroom-based K-12 art licensure program (34 credits) that prepares postbaccalaureate candidates for K-12 teaching positions. The program is specifically designed to prepare candidates to teach in multicultural settings in Alaska. The content will specifically identify and discuss current issues of art education and applying Alaska content/performance standards and frameworks as well as national standards for art education.
Candidates who apply as graduate applicants may simultaneously pursue teacher licensure and the M.Ed. secondary education degree. Significant additional coursework will be required. (See requirements for M.Ed. secondary education.)
At the end of the program, if students have successfully met all of the program requirements, they will be eligible to apply for an Alaska initial teaching license and will receive certificates of completion from UAF.
Candidates who enter the K-12 art licensure program are required to have use of/own a laptop computer before they begin their internships in the fall semester of their professional year.
For program options and professional field experiences information, please see information listed in the catalog for the secondary postbaccalaureate licensure program.
Admission to the K-12 art licensure program toward M.Ed. in secondary education includes meeting requirements of the UAF Graduate School and the School of Education. Candidates take five of the licensure courses at the F600 level.
For information on the application process, acceptance to the program and professional field experience, please refer to the secondary postbaccalaureate licensure program toward M.Ed. section.