Teacher Education / Art Education (Grades PreK-12) B.S.AE.
The College works cooperatively with the Department of Art and Art History in the College of Arts and Sciences to offer a program in Art Education, which leads to both degree and licensure for grades PreK-12. Students fulfill course requirements in general education, professional art education, professional education, studio art, art history, and related subjects. Graduates satisfy College of Education and Social Services requirements for teacher licensure and complete art course work in the Art and Art History department in the College of Arts and Sciences. The program allows sufficient additional advanced courses as recommended by the Art and Art History department for admission to graduate school.
Students must be enrolled in the College of Education and Social Services. Those admitted as first-year students or sophomores to the Art Education program are considered candidates in the program.
Students must meet with their advisor and receive approval prior to registration for the student teaching placement and accompanying courses.
A minimum of 120 approved credits is required for the degree. The number of electives depends on the degree of course overlap in the university, general education, professional, and content requirements. It is possible to have one course fulfill two requirements but the credits only count once.
Students are responsible for obtaining information regarding teacher licensure and degree requirements from the CESS Student Services office, 528 Waterman, or the CESS website.
Art Education Major Requirements
|UNIVERSITY GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS|
D1 - Race and Racism in the U.S.
D2 (EDSP 005) - Diversity of Human Experience
|Writing and Information Literacy||3|
Any course with"SU" designation
Any course with "QR" designation
|CESS GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS|
|Arts and Letters||3|
English Literature Elective
ASL 001, PHIL, REL, World Language
MATH 009 or higher
Any course beginning with the subject prefix: BIOL, CHEM, ENSC, ENVS, GEOL, PBIO, PHYS, or PSS 028
|HST 011||US History to 1865||3|
|or HST 012||US History Since 1865|
|POLS 021||American Political System||3|
|PSYS 001||Intro to Psychological Science||3|
|EDSP 005||D2:Iss Aff Persons W/Disabil||3|
|HDF 005||Human Development||3|
|Praxis Core Requirement|
|EDAR 177||Curriculum & Pract in Elem Art||4|
|EDAR 178||Curriculum&Pract Middle/HS Art||4|
|EDAR 283||Current Issues in Art & Ed||3|
|EDAR 284||Community-Engaged Arts||3|
|EDFS 002||School and Society||3|
|EDSC 226||Internship: Student Teaching||12|
|EDSC 230||Teaching for Results||3|
|Praxis II Requirement|
|ARTH 005||Western Art:Ancient - Medieval||3|
|ARTH 006||Western Art:Renaissance-Modern||3|
|Two Additional Art History Courses||6|
|ARTS 012||Perspectives on Art Making||4|
|One course in 3-D Art||3|
|One course in Digital Media (100-level)||3|
|18 credits of Studio Art Electives at 095 level or higher||18|
Students are required to complete a minimum of 120 credits to complete the program in Art Education.