Requirements for a Major in Visual Arts with Teaching Licensure Grades PK-12 

  Semester Hours
ART 103, The Visual Arts 3
ART 110, Basic Drawing 3
ART 120, Basic Color and Design 3
ART 130, Three-Dimensional Design 3
ART 201, Art History:  Ancient Through Medieval 3
ART 205, Art History:  Medieval Through Renaissance 3
ART 223, Painting 3
ART 283, General Crafts 3
ART 300, Methods in Art Education I (professional course) 3
ART 301, Methods in Art Education II (practicum) 3
ART 305, Art History:  Baroque Through Romanticism or  
ART 306, Realism Through Modern or  
ART 405, Non-Western Art 3
ART 310, Drawing 3
ART 330, Sculpture 3
ART 340, Graphics 3
ART 362, Pottery 3
ART 400, Senior Seminar 3
Total 48

Teaching Licensure in Visual Arts includes all grade levels (PK-12). The other General Education and Professional Education requirements which must be met in order to be recommended for teaching licensure may be found on pages 151-153.

Sample Four-Year Sequence for Visual Arts with Teaching Licensure
        
Freshman Year: Junior Year:
ART 103, Visual Arts ART 205, Art History:  Medieval Through Renaissance
ART 110, Basic Drawing ART 283, General Crafts
ART 120, Basic Color and Design ART 300, Methods in Art Education I
TH 103, Introduction to Human Communication ART 305, Art History:  Baroque Through Romanticism (or 306)
  ART 310, Drawing
  ART 330, Sculpture
  ED 322, Education Psychology
  ED 334, Content Area Reading and Language Development
  ED 378, Curriculum in Grades PK-6
  ED 379, Teaching Assistant:  Grades PK-6
   
Sophomore Year: Senior Year:
ART l30, Three-Dimensional Design ART 301, Methods in Art Education II
ART 201, Art History:  Ancient Through Medieval ART 340, Graphics
ART 223, Painting ART 362, Pottery
ED 290, Foundations of Education ART 400, Senior Seminar
HIS 201, U.S. History I (or 202) ED 406, Instruction in Secondary/PK-12 Education
HTH 220, Health and Fitness for the 21st Century ED 474, Secondary/PK-12 Curriculum
PE Fitness Course ED 478, Teaching Assistant:  Secondary/PK-12 Education
PSY 205, Developmental Psychology ED 489, Directed Teaching/Seminar in Secondary/PK-12 Education