Art Education, B.S. Ed (Certifiable for PK-12 teaching)

Requirements

Art Education Core

ART 112History of Art I

3

ART 113History of Art II

3

ART 120Design I

3

ART 124Three-Dimensional Design

3

ART 130Drawing I

3

ART 230Drawing II

3

ART 240Printmaking I

3

ART 252Painting I

3

ART 260Ceramics I

3

ART 261Sculpture I

3

ART 263Crafts I

3

and

one additional three-credit art history course

Total Credit Hours:36

Pre-Professional Program

ART 301Art Education Theory and Practice I

3

EDTE 314Applying Learning Theories in Diverse Settings (K-12 Programs)

3

Total Credit Hours:6

Professional Education Programs

ART 302Pre-Practicum in Art Education

1

ART 303Practicum in Art Education I

2

ART 400Art Education Theory and Practice II

3

ART 403Art Education and Technology

3

EDSC 425Multicultural, Interdisciplinary Teaching at the Secondary Level

3

EDF 415Educational Foundations

3

SPED 315Introduction to Educating Learners with Exceptionalities

3

ART 402Practicum in Art Education II

1

ART 401Student Teaching Seminar - Art

1

ART 491Aesthetic and Critical Dialogue About Art

3

EDSC 428Student Teaching - Elementary Art

5

EDSC 429Student Teaching - Secondary Art

5

Total Credit Hours:33

Studio Specialization Area

9 credits in one media area are required; 3 credits from the required studio core can be used as a beginning studio specialization course

Directed Electives

3 credits, as necessary to meet program requirements, chosen in consultation with advisor

Total Credit Hours: 45

No minor is required for BS in art education students.

Students interested in art education should also read "Professional Program for Teacher Certification" in the School of Education and Professional Studies section on page 83 of this catalog.

A portfolio review is required of all BS in art education majors.

Portfolio Requirement

All art majors must submit a portfolio of works for consideration by the art faculty. Students whose portfolios do not meet standards will be required to take supplemental courses. No student will be allowed to proceed on to a 300-level (or higher) studio course without a successful portfolio review.