Visual Arts/Secondary Major, Bachelor of Arts in Education (BAE)

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Students seeking certification in Art will be expected to demonstrate basic studio competencies prior to recommendation for admission to professional degree candidacy.

This major satisfies the endorsement for preschool to grade 12.

Notes:

  • see the Education Department for prerequisites, core requirements and additional SLOs;
  • the above major takes more than 12 quarters at 15–16 credits a quarte;
  • all BAE Visual Arts Secondary Education students will meet with an Art Department faculty mentor during their student teaching internship period.
Required Secondary Education Core
30–hour multicultural education field requirement
EDUC 200
EDUC 303
EDUC 309
ADMISSION TO TEACHER EDUCATION
and FOUNDATIONS OF ASSESSMENT
and FOUNDATIONS OF SECONDARY CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT (these three courses must be taken concurrently)
7
EDUC 201INTRODUCTION TO EDUCATION3
EDUC 341SECONDARY STRATEGIES, MANAGEMENT, ASSESSMENT4
EDUC 413CONTENT AREA LITERACY: MANAGEMENT AND ASSESSMENT FOR SECONDARY EDUCATION CANDIDATES4
EDUC 420ADMISSION TO PROFESSIONAL CANDIDACY1
EDUC 426SECONDARY STUDENT TEACHING 7-1215
PSYC 304EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY5
SPED 363INTRODUCTION TO SPECIAL EDUCATION4
Required ART Courses
ART 107BASIC DESIGN5
ART 155BEGINNING PAINTING5
or ART 355 PAINTING
ART 213ART IN THE HUMANITIES5
ART 300DRAWING5
ART 303DIGITAL ART I5
ART 3073D DESIGN5
or ART 365 SCULPTURE
ART 325CERAMICS5
ART 391FOUNDATIONS OF ART EDUCATION2
ART 393ART IN THE SECONDARY SCHOOL3
ART 400DRAWING5
or ART 401 LIFE DRAWING
ART 420HISTORY RENAISSANCE ART5
Choose one of the following5
ART OF THE 19TH CENTURY
HISTORY OF MODERN ART
HISTORY OF CONTEMPORARY ART
Electives–choose three courses from one of the following categories–courses with an * can be taken up to three times.15
Digital Art/Photography
ART OF PHOTOGRAPHY
DIGITAL ART II
ART OF PHOTOGRAPHY (*)
2D Painting/Drawing/Printing
WATERCOLOR
PRINTMAKING
DRAWING (*)
LIFE DRAWING (*)
PAINTING (*)
WATERCOLOR (*)
PRINTMAKING (*)
3D Ceramics/Sculpture
3D DESIGN
SCULPTURE
ADVANCED CERAMICS (*)
SCULPTURE (*)
Total Credits113

For information on General Education, see Undergraduate Degree .

Student Learning Outcomes—students will

Note: see Education for additional SLOs.

  • understand, develop, demonstrate and practice knowledge of the theory and practice of Art Education for secondary level students;
  • understand, develop, demonstrate and practice appropriate curriculum and teaching methods for studio and for art history, criticism and aesthetics;
  • understand, develop, demonstrate and practice appropriate professional dispositions, art content and art knowledge for successful teaching;
  • develop, demonstrate and practice understanding and knowledge through discussing the philosophical and historical foundations of Art Education, and be able to articulate and discuss art within our own culture and the art of other cultures;
  • understand, develop, demonstrate and practice skill in the use of computers for curriculum development, instruction, as an art media, and for classroom management;
  • understand, develop, demonstrate and practice an understanding of the community resources available to enhance the integration of art making, art criticism, aesthetics and art history in secondary educational settings.