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Your Pathway to Become an Art Educator

As an Art Educator, you can apply your knowledge to various different fields such as working in community arts programs, becoming an art teacher or working as a museum educator.

Art Educators learn important skills and gain access to:

  • knowledge about creative concepts and design
  • how to build an art curriculum
  • understanding of artistic composition and detail
  • possibility of further education through a B.A. degree

SFSC’s Associate in Arts with an Art Education focus:

  • is 60 credit hours
  • takes approximately two years to complete
  • can be started in high school through dual enrollment

Plan your future by following the Art Education Program Map

Sample of Art Education Program Map