The Art Education program in the Department of Art Education offers a 5 year BA in Art/MS in Art Education direct-entry pathway, a MA degree with and without a teacher certification, a Specialist in Education degree (Ed.S) and a Doctoral degree.
Art students are provided many study abroad opportunities through FSU International Programs. With opportunities to work closely with faculty from the Department of Art, Department of Art History, and other institutions, our students benefit from a broad range of related course offerings including art, design, and art history in numerous locations worldwide.
This course identifies the cultural landscape that artists are currently exploring and discusses a variety of artists’ works to explore and critically analyze the ways that art can function as a mirror of contemporary society.
In what ways can artists attempt to effect change through the use of environmental art & design? What are notable strategies used by artists/designers in this field? How can critical thinking be used to expand on issues of sustainable art practices? Art that focuses on sustainability comes in many forms. It reflects a series of ideas about social and ecological issues facing the world today.