"For a long time, I have felt a yearning to do something more with my professional life. The Creative Pulse has made me a better person, a better teacher, and more confident in my ability to change the lives of my students."
The Master of Arts in Integrated Arts and Education is completed over two consecutive summer sessions plus independent studies and a final project. This schedule allows maximum convenience and flexibility to working educators. The immersion of summer residency is unique to the Creative Pulse.
2 summers of 4 weeks each
Independent coursework during the school year
Each four-week summer session consists of two major components:
Seminars constitute the core academic program, providing groundwork for teaching theories and exposing students to contemporary thinkers in arts education.
Studio apprenticeships enable students to experience new areas of expression, nurture creativity, challenge and support learning in new ways, and risk taking.