Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art Education

Our art education program prepares you to be a dynamic leader in the classroom. Our curriculum integrates Kansas state licensure for Pre-kindergarten to 12th grade and equips students with leading instructional methods and motivational strategies. For these reasons, more than 90% of ADCI art education students are hired before or directly after graduation. This professional degree gives students interactive, hands-on teaching experience as well as a specialization in one area of studio art. From crayons to computers, learn how to energize today’s youth to become tomorrow’s artists.

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Link to Faculty Bios for Tina Murano and Lori Santos.


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While students studying Art Education take studio art and graphic design classes throughout the school, the main art education classrooms are on the first floor of McKnight North. Our facilities include two classrooms, a material storage room, a resource room and a jewelry making lab.

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Looms and other equipemtn to work with fabric

Jewelry making equipment

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