Boston has academic programs in everything you can imagine. The city has many colleges. I received an MFA from Boston University (never called University of Boston-called BU for short) many years ago, and was well served by the program. Barry Shauck, the director of art ed there is also the current president of the NAEA. The program is excellent but I do not know what the differences are, if any, between the campus program and the online one. Maybe none. I am sure the program will be rigorous.
Barbara from Boston
On Jun 7, 2010, at 1:11 AM, email@example.com wrote:
> As a busy art teacher, I never thought I could get my M.A. in art ed until I recently started to research the on line options some schools are offering. I was wondering if any of you out there have any experience with any on line degree programs like Univ. of Boston's or Univ. of Florida's offerings. I know these are fairly new, but I thought I might throw it out there on the list.
> Also, I can't seem to find any schools in California that offer masters in art ed. Can this be true? There's loads in the Boston area for some reason.
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