REQUIREMENTS- Art Education Curricula
The department offers a bachelor of science program which prepares a student to become licensed as a teacher
of the visual arts. The 52-hour program provides for licensure to teach kindergarten-12 and to supervise art
programs at these levels. Students should be thoroughly familiar with the requirements for admission to the
Teacher Education Program, and the teaching curriculum. Refer to the School of Education and the Department of
Curriculum, Instruction, and Media Technology sections in this Catalog.
Art Education Major- All Grade (52 semester hours)
This major may be added to the All Grade Instructional License; its coverage is grades K-12.
18 hours of the core curriculum; 210—3 hrs.; 215--3 hrs.; 230--3 hrs.; 240--3 hrs.; 245--3 hrs.; 392--3 hrs.;
479A, B, or C--3 hrs.; 491--3 hrs.; 493--3 hrs.; 494--3 hrs.; 4 hrs. of art electives.
Required Professional Education:
391--3 hrs. is required in the All Grade Professional Education sequence described in the Department of
Curriculum, Instruction, and Media Technology.
Students in their last semester prior to student teaching shall present a representative example of their
work (1-2 pieces) in an approved gallery setting and shall accompany that work with a unit/lesson plan. The
work presented will be evaluated by the art education faculty, will be photographically documented, and a copy
of the unit/leason plan will be retained.