We offer over 20 online courses (including 8 hands-on Studio Courses) designed to help art teachers at every stage of their professional career. Whether you’re looking to develop a new art curriculum, get help with classroom fundamentals, incorporate new technology into the classroom, or just brush up on your own fine art skills, we’ve got the course for you.
…relevant, helpful, inspiring information to enhance your art teaching. I have never taken classes that I enjoyed or learned more!
I am new to online classes and new to AOEU. They are very patient and make you feel comfortable even if you are nervous to venture into something new like I did.
I am truly amazed at how these classes are bringing me into an awareness of what’s going on in art education. I have taught many years and this opportunity is the best!
The Art of Education University is nationally accredited through the DEAC to provide students with the option to earn full 500-level degree credits with transcripts.
If you need graduate credit that is regionally accredited, you may elect to receive official transcripts through our educational partner Morningside College (HLC) instead. If you’re unsure of your state’s requirements, click here to research your state’s requirements.
Take a course to earn 500-level graduate degree credit, for only $349/credit.
Best of all, low-cost doesn’t have to mean low-quality. Every single course offered by AOEU has been specifically developed for practicing K-12 art educators.
AOEU classes are structured with you, the art teacher, in mind and it has paid off in world-class experiences and careers of lasting success. Put simply, our students love taking our courses, and the numbers prove it!
Q. Will these classes be accepted through my graduate program?
A. The Art of Education University cannot guarantee credits will be accepted as transfer credit at other institutions. It is strongly advised to check with the degree-granting school, your state, and your district to verify the credits will be accepted for license renewal, salary advancement, or for use in a degree program.
Q. What kind of time commitment does an AOEU course take?
A. Depending on your own pace, the commitment can vary. We tell students they expect 45 hours of contact time per credit. That includes interacting with your peers, research, reading and completing assignments. So for a two-credit course, that’s 90 hours over 8 weeks, or 11 hours a week. This includes online learning, interactions with peers, and reading/assignments outside of class.
Q. How are courses graded?
A. All participants will be given a letter grade for our courses. This letter grade will be scored based upon the rubrics and requirements in the course syllabus. Morningside College and the Art of Education University follow a rigorous academic model to maintain the highest standards and rigor.