If you’re interested in taking your art and design talents into a classroom of your own—as a K-12 art educator—you can do that here at CIA.
Our academic partnership with our campus neighbor, Case Western Reserve University, offers the collaborative programs and degree-bearing coursework that will lead to a master’s degree in art education.
Once you earn your BFA from CIA, you can apply to CWRU to become a licensed visual arts teacher with only one additional year of study. In this extra year you will have access to the resources of a comprehensive university as you develop essential leadership and teaching skills. Through this program, many of CIA’s students have gone on to become committed, knowledgeable and creative professionals in art education.
Learn more about what you’ll need to do to pursue a Master of Arts in Art Education.