Art Education BSEd

Bachelor of Science in Art Education

Do you desire to teach young learners about art? The Art Education program will help you along your career path toward teaching by preparing you with necessary knowledge in studio practice, art history, aesthetics and criticism. By pursuing this Bachelor of Science degree, you will become adaptive and resourceful and will be able to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of art, the nature of the learner and the materials and methods from which they work. Upon completion, you will be eligible for certification to teach from pre-kindergarten to the 12th grade. 

Industry Highlights

Art teachers spur students to unlock their creativity and express their thoughts, feelings and opinions through artistic means.

- Study.com

Career Opportunities

  • Elementary, Middle and Secondary Schools
  • Private or Public Education
  • Art Museums

Armstrong Edge

Current students take advantage of small class sizes and dedicated art instructors who believe in the importance of art. Major studios and museums are located in the Savannah area for you to explore and use for inspiration.


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