Prepare for positions oriented to teaching and teacher education in higher education; leadership in K-12, museum or other community settings; or work as an independent consultant or scholar.
Such roles require the ability to critically analyze ideas and issues; design and implement curricula aligned with contemporary policy and theory; support and mentor novice and practicing educators; and make significant and ongoing contributions to the field of art education through teaching, scholarship and service.
This 60-hour Ed D is the right choice if you prefer research that seeks practical and tangible solutions to challenges in the field of art education. This is a rigorous program in keeping with expectations of doctoral-level work at Indiana University Bloomington. It demands a substantial commitment and offers access to the university’s vast intellectual resources. It provides not only course work but also opportunities to conduct research, participate in scholarly publication, and gain teaching experiences in higher education.
This degree is fully available online.