Oct 27, 2020  
Undergraduate Catalog 2016-2017 
    
Undergraduate Catalog 2016-2017 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Art Education, Teaching Licensure K-12, B.A.


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The B.A. in Art Education Teaching Licensure K-12 prepares students for a rewarding professional career to teach art in various settings, including elementary and secondary schools. Students must apply for admission to the Teacher Education program through the School of Education and Psychology prior to taking education courses.

Students enrolled in this program will be required to maintain a GPA of minimum 2.75 for all major, cognate, education course work, as well as the overall GPA. For further information see the School of Education and Psychology  section in the undergraduate Catalog.

Major  44  
General Education 39  
Elementary Foreign Language* 0-6  
Denomination Certification 2  
Professional Education   37  
TOTAL 122-128  
*If Language excluded-Total to = 124    

Total 44 Hours


*Elementary foreign language or two years of foreign language in high school 0-6 hours

Required General Education


Total 3 hours


Total 6 hours


Area R-4


  •  UD RELB/RELT course except RELB 125  3 hours

Total 3 hours


Total 1 hour


Total 6 hours


Total 3 hours


Total 3 hours


Total 1 hour


Area IN-6


  •  HIST course 3 hours

Total 3 hours


Area IN-7


  • BIOL, CHEM, ERSC or PHYS 3-4 hours

Total 3-4 hours


Total 3 hours


Total 1 hour


Area P-1b


  • ADAC, OLAC, PEAC or RECR course 2 hours

Total 2 hours


Total 1 hour


Denomination Certification Requirement


Professional Education Leading to Licensure K-12


During the sophomore year, the student must apply to the School of Education and Psychology after completing all of the requirements as outlined in the Catalog under Admission Procedures  in the School of Education and Psychology section. Prior to the professional semester and student teaching, the student must take and pass the Praxis II—both the appropriate section of the Principles of Learning and Teaching and the particular specialty test(s) for the licensure area(s).

Recommended Minor Endorsements


  • Math, English, History, or Science.

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