If you plan to continue your studies toward an advanced degree, the Career Center can help. Many artists and designers choose to advance their skills through a graduate education. You might want to refine a focused body of work, gain business and entrepreneurship savvy, or prepare for a career in arts education.
To teach at the college level, you’ll likely need an MFA. And if you want to teach art at the K–12 level, you’ll need a master’s degree plus a teaching certificate. Read about the Master of Arts in Art Education degree offered in partnership with our campus neighbor, Case Western Reserve University.
Visit the Career Center during your junior year to explore your options for grad school. These resources can help you get started:
Experiential Learning Specialist
216.421.8072 | Contact
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Director of Career Center
216.421.8073 | Contact
Room 120, Joseph McCullough Center, 11610 Euclid Avenue
Drop-ins welcomed, appointments preferred