AOEU and TAEA: Partnership in Art Education

Scholarship to AOEU for TAEA Members

The Art of Education University offers relevant and affordable, online master’s degree programs for art teachers, by art teachers. AOEU is thrilled to partner with TAEA to provide rigorous, relevant learning to art teachers at every stage of their careers!

AOEU is offering a Partnership in Art Education Scholarship worth 10% off tuition for eligible TAEA members who earn a master’s degree at AOEU.


TAEA members are eligible for a 10% tuition deduction when they apply and enroll in a degree program! Applicants must meet admissions requirements and be accepted to the program to be eligible. 

The total value of the scholarship is dependent on the degree.

Degree ProgramTuition*
(minus fees)
Tuition for TAEA Members 
(10% deduction)
Master of Arts in Art Education$14,814$13,333
Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction$13,467$12,121

Pending acceptance, the scholarship will be noted on your student portal, and your tuition rate adjusted accordingly!

Getting Started

Here’s how you can take advantage of this offer, exclusively for TAEA members:

  • Visit here to learn more about AEOU’s programs and offerings.
  • Email to have your specific questions answered.
  • Share a copy of your valid TAEA membership card with your admissions counselor or academic advisor.
  • Apply to the program of your choice.
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Terms and Conditions

  • The Master of Arts degree in Art Education requires 36 credits; 27 500-level credits at $399 per credit and 9 600-level credits at $449 per credit. The Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction requires 33 credits; 27 500-level credits at $399/credit and 6 600-level credits at $449/credit. For a listing of estimated fees in addition to tuition, visit
  • TAEA agrees to allow AOEU to publish this partnership in promotional literature disseminated to the TAEA members.
  • TAEA members who accept a scholarship remain eligible for other promotional offers at AOEU. Scholarships offered through other partnerships with school districts and associations cannot be combined.
  • TAEA members who have already taken courses at AOEU, but have not yet completed their degree, may have the scholarship applied to coursework for the December 2023 terms and beyond. Scholarships will not be backdated. Students who take continuing education courses who are not part of a degree program are not eligible for the scholarship.
  • Students who are accepted and enrolled in an AOEU degree program will be asked to provide documentation of TAEA membership annually. Teachers who elect to end their membership with TAEA, or who do not respond to university correspondence requesting an annual review of membership will no longer be eligible for the scholarship.
  • Students are required to maintain good academic standing (3.0 GPA or higher and a 67% course completion rate). Students who are placed on academic warning or academic probation risk forfeiture of the AOEU and TAEA: Partnership in Art Education scholarship.
  • Membership of TAEA is not considered when making admission decisions for entrance into any AOEU degree program. Eligibility is based on admission to the program; all admissions requirements apply. Students who withdraw from the program may not be eligible for the scholarship tuition rate if they reapply in the future.
  • Scholarships have no cash value and are not transferable outside of AOEU. Employees at the Education University are not eligible for the AOEU and TAEA: Partnership in Art Education Scholarship.

*AOEU tuition rates are set annually and are subject to change. Discounts are adjusted accordingly.