2013-2014 Undergraduate Catalog 
    Jun 02, 2023  
2013-2014 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Visual Arts Education, BSE

(Bachelor of Science in Education)

Students who complete the following comprehensive major in visual arts education will receive a Bachelor of Science in Education degree with multi-age licensure for teaching visual arts to learners ages 3-21 and PreK-12. Visual Arts Education majors must submit a portfolio for review during their junior year. This mandatory review is a requirement for acceptance into the major. Portfolio specifications may be obtained from the department office or from the art faculty. In addition to the portfolio review and the University requirements listed on Majors and Minors , acceptance into the Visual Arts Education major requires an overall gpa of 2.75, a major gpa of 2.75, and a minimum ACT score of 20 in Reading, English, and Mathematics (or SAT equivalent score). Remedial courses are available if ACT scores are below 20 in Reading, English, or Mathematics.

The major in Visual Arts Education consists of the following:

9 hours in an emphasis area:

6 hours in studio electives:

Two additional studio courses which are not in the student’s own area of emphasis and not in the art core