MAE in children's literature

Mazza



 
 
Children's author Jan Brett autographs one of her books for some dedicated
"fans" at The University of Findlay's Mazza Museum.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

The master of arts in education program allows you to explore the fascinating world of children's literature, while earning your graduate degree.  The University of Findlay campus is home to the renowned Mazza Museum, a showcase of 7,000 pieces of original art from children's picture books.  The Museum offers seminars and an extensive summer institute that can be taken for graduate credit.


To earn a master of arts in education in children's literature requires a student to complete the graduate education core and the Children's Literature Strand: six courses from the following:


EDCI 565  Integrating Literature and the Arts (3)

EDSP 548   Mazza Summer Institute: Children's Picture Storybooks: Windows on the World (1-6 semester hours)

EDSP 621  Writing for Children

EDSP 622  Topics in Children's Literature

EDSP 648  Advanced Mazza Summer Institute: Children's Picture Storybooks: Windows on the World

EDUC 514 or

EDUC 515



Have questions about the program?  Contact Dr. Melissa Cain, cain@findlay.edu, 419-434-4840.