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Art Education (K-12)

Program Description

Students pursuing a degree in Art Education are eligible to receive state certification to teach art at all grade levels, kindergarten through 12th grade. This course of study requires students to complete an art major and to study professional education and methodology courses.

Major Requirements

The general education courses that an Art Education major must take are ENG 152 or ENG 172, ENG 202, HIS 205 or HIS 206, PSY 101, COM 101,  FYS, ART 218, one Foundations of Knowledge Category B elective, MAT 142, MAT 223, one additional math course from the following - MAT 135, MAT 138, MAT 161, MAT 201, MAT 202 and two of the following sciences - life science, earth science, or physical science from the General Education list. The Education Department Courses that an Art Education major must take are:

Required Courses
EDU 202 Introduction to Teaching and Learning (3)
EDU 242 Introduction to Technology and Portfolio Design (3)
EDU 321 General Methods of Instruction (3)
EDU 355 Tests and Measurements (3)
EDU 357 Classroom Management (3)
EDU 462 Professional Development and Technical Design (3)
EDU 471 Critical Curriculum Studies (3)
EDU 481 Internship (12)
EDU 363 Methods of Teaching Art (3
ESE 309 Introduction to Exceptionality (3)
ESE 315 Cross Cultural Communications (3)
SED 363 Principles of Content Reading (3)

Required Art Courses
ART 105 Drawing and Composition I (4)
ART 106 Drawing and Composition II (4)
ART 204 Image Studio (4)
ART 225 Two-Dimensional Materials and Concepts (4)
ART 226 Three-Dimensional Materials and Concepts (4)
ART 241 Photography I (4)
ART 251 Survey of Art History I (3)
ART 252 Survey of Art History II (3)
ART 302 Painting I (4)
ART 315 Ceramic Sculpture (4)
ART 352 Art History III (3)

Choose 1 course from below
ART 338 Intaglio Printmaking (4) 
ART 339 Relief Printmaking (4)

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