Academic Programs


Catalog 2016-2017

Teaching Art Major Pattern
24 course units, including:
ART 1424 Introduction to Drawing (Should be taken by the end of sophomore year)
ART 2104 Painting I
ART 2304 Sculpture I
ART 2364 Photography I
ART 2504 Ceramics I

3 art history courses, to include:
1 of the following courses: (Should be taken by the end of junior year)
ARTH 2144 Modern Art
ARTH 3124 Women in Art
ARTH 3164 Contemporary Art

1 course in non-Western art history

1 art history elective

2 studio art electives at the 2000-level or above
ART 4344 Advanced Studio Practices

Required of all majors during the winter term of senior year:
ART 4302 Studio Art Senior Seminar: Theory and Methods
ART 4402 Studio Art Senior Seminar: Exhibition

Must meet state P-12 certification requirements as follows:
EDU 1004 Foundations of Education
EDU 2014 Schooling in American Culture: History, Philosophies, and Diversity 
EDU 2094 Standards-Based Instruction
EDU 2164 Learning Theory and Pedagogy
EDU 3054 Instructional Strategies and Content Area Literacy for Learners in Middle and Secondary Schools
EDU 3244 Practicum in Learning Experiences
EDU 3434 Art Pedagogy
EDU 4314 Supervised Teaching: Twelve Grades
PSY 1004 General Psychology

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