Arts in Education
Application deadlines: 7 January
Processing time: 30 days
Application fee: $85
International tuition: $50,144
Domestic tuition: $50,144
The strengths of AIE include: Internships and Fieldwork – There are many progressive arts in education organizations and advocacy groups in the Cambridge and Boston area. For-credit internships through the Field Experience Program are one cornerstone of the AIE experience, offering hands-on opportunities to work with local artists and youth in school and afterschool settings. Cohort and Community – You will form strong bonds with the other members of your cohort through a yearlong seminar required of and limited to AIE students. Outside of class, students share their artistic work during AIE Cabaret nights, concerts, film screenings, and campus art gallery expositions. Students have found it energizing and inspiring to be surrounded by so many creative artists and educators working together to make an impact in the lives of others.
This program can be done
Statement of Purpose and Resume Three letters of recommendation (submitted through the online application system) Standardized test score(s): GRE TOEFL or IELTS (if applicable) Transcript(s) from each postsecondary institution attended
Many AIE students are trained and working artists in a variety of disciplines. Some are experienced educators who want to incorporate the arts more effectively into their students' learning experiences. Others come with specific academic or professional interests in arts integration, museum education, curriculum development, arts policy research, after-school arts programming, or the use of the arts with incarcerated populations, Alzheimer's patients, and parties engaged in conflict resolution. AIE alumni are making an impact as leaders, educators, and social entrepreneurs in communities across the U.S. and the world.
Cambridge , United States