Department of Art Education
KVV The Department trains students of Teaching of Art Education and Culture (Master’s degree), and is split into the Section for Nursery School Teachers (Bachelor studies), the Section for Primary School Teachers – Level 1 (Master’s studies), the Section for Teachers of Art Education at Primary Schools – Level 2 and Secondary Schools (Master’s studies focusing on the socialization of art), the Section for Teachers at Secondary Schools and Primary Art Schools (Master’s studies), and the Section for Education as part of degrees in Education with Focus on Leisure and Resocialization (Master’s studies).
The degree programs focus on the development of the professional skills of future teachers of Art Education and Culture.
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