This study aims to examine postgraduate dissertations on multi-disciplinary arts education methods in Turkey in terms of content. The research data were obtained from the dissertations taken from the database of the National Thesis Center of Council of Higher Education. The dissertations were reviewed without any year limitation. The obtained data were analyzed by content analysis. The dissertations were examined in terms of the year they were published and the type of dissertation, the field of the study, the purpose of the study, data collection tools and the study group in line with the purpose of the research. The obtained findings were presented in tables, taking into account the percentage and frequency values. As a result of the research, it was revealed that the studies on the subject were insufficient and there was no serious tendency towards the subject. In the studies on the subject, the effect of the multi-disciplinary art education methods on the teaching of various subjects, which are largely involved in visual arts education, were examined. It was also seen that the contribution of the multi-disciplinary arts education methods to the success, interest, attitude and motivation of students is often aimed. It was concluded that the researchers generally studied using quantitative methods and their samples concentrated on secondary school students. In line with these results, various implications were made to researchers and educators.
Keywords: Multi-Disciplinary Arts Education, Postgraduate Dissertations, meta-synthesis