Art Education- Bachelor of Science in Art with Multi-Age Visual Arts Licensure

This program prepares the student for licensure as an art teacher in Ohio Public Schools. It leads to the Bachelor of Science in Art with Multi-Age Visual Arts License (Prekindergarten through grade 12, ages 3-21). Accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD), NCATE, and the State of Ohio Department of Education Teacher Licensure Standards, it is in compliance with guidelines from Ohio’s Academic Content Standards K-12 Fine Arts and the National Art Education Association.

A student must plan a program with an art education adviser in the Department of Art and demonstrate progress toward candidacy for licensure by successfully completing key assessments and indicators and achieving benchmarks to pass programmatic reviews.

This curriculum is under revision.

Program Requirements

(128 semester hours)

All of these:

ART 111 Visual Fundamentals (3)

ART 121, 122 Drawing I, Drawing II (3, 3)

ART 171 Visual Fundamentals 3-D (3)

ART 195 The Profession of Art Education (3)

ART 231 Painting I (3)

ART 241 Printmaking I (3)

ART 261 Ceramics I (3)

ART 264 Jewelry Design and Metals I (3)

ART 271 Sculpture (3)

ART 295 Early Childhood Art Education (3)

ART 296 Middle to Adult Art Education (3)

ART 331 Painting II (3)

ART 395 The Art Teacher (3)

ART 419 Supervised Student Teaching in Art (16) (MPC)

ART 493/593 Art Curriculum in the School (3)

ART 495/595 Art Education Practicum (3)

CSE 151 Computers, Computer Science, and Society (3) or

equivalent technology course

EDL 204 Sociocultural Studies in Education (3)*

EDL 318 Educational Leadership (3)

EDP 201 Human Development and Learning in Social and Educational Contexts (3)

EDP 256 Psychology of the Exceptional Learner (3)

EDP 301 Assessment and Evaluation in Educational Settings (3)

Both of these:

ART 187 History of Western Art: Prehistoric to Gothic (3) ** *

ART 188 History of Western Art: Renaissance to Modern (3) ** *

Upper level art history. One course recommended from these: **

ART 311 Chinese Painting History (3)

ART 312 Japanese Painting and Prints (3)

ART 480 Seminar in Art History (3)

ART 487 Art of the Early 20th Century (3)

ART 489 Contemporary Art (3)

Studio discipline. One of these:

ART 221 Drawing III (3)

ART 257 Photography (3)

ART 332 Painting III (3)

ART 341 Printmaking II (3)

ART 353 Business of Design (3)

ART 361 Ceramics II (3)

ART 364 Jewelry Design and Metals II (3)

ART 371 Sculpture II (3)

Students must also complete all Global Miami Plan requirements.

* Global Miami Plan Foundation course
** See adviser for additional courses.

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