1 Art education majors are required to apply for admission into the Teacher Education Program. Please refer to the TEAC Web site for further information and forms. Please see the Coordinator of Art Education in the Department of Visual Arts for additional information.
2 The upper level studio courses are basic requirements. Art education students may elect to take additional course work in specific studio areas such as drawing, painting, photography, printmaking, ceramics, sculpture, and graphic communications. Additional studio work is highly recommended for students planning to do graduate study.
3 Declared art education majors must take ART 3000 after completion of lower division major requirements and after the completion of 6 hours of upper division studio art courses. ART 3000 may not be taken until at least two of the six studio art courses have been successfully completed. All transfer students will be required to present a portfolio for transfer admission and credit evaluation. All transfer students must have transfer credit in all lower division major requirements (Area F) and six hours of upper division major requirements to enroll in ART 3000. Students are admitted to the art education program based on available openings and the quality of the student’s work.
4 The senior seminar and exhibition must be arranged at least two semesters in advance. Contact the Art Gallery Office for specific details and for an application.