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Art Education > Major

Bachelor of Science in Visual Arts Education 84 credits

Art Education Requirements............................30 credits

ARE190 Introduction to Visual Arts Education (3)
ARE191 Fieldwork in Art Education I (1)
ARE200 Art Criticism (3)
ARE302 Curriculum and Instruction (3)
ARE303 Theory and Practice (3)
ARE305 Disability Studies in Art Education (3)
ARE391 Fieldwork in Art Education II (1)
ARE392 Fieldwork in Art Education III (1)
ARE405 Student Teaching in Art Pre-K-6 (6)
ARE406 Student Teaching in Art 7-12 (6)

Art Studio Requirement................................12 credits

ARS100 Drawing: Visual Thinking 1 (3)
ARS101 Drawing: Visual Thinking II (3)
ARS102 Design: Color (3)
ARS103 Design: Form (3)

Art History Requirement.............................12 credits

ARH201 Art of the Western World I (3)
ARH202 Art of the Western World II (3)

Each major candidate is required to take six additional hours of upper-division art history credit under advisement by art education faculty, one course in contemporary art and one course in non-western art.

Education Requirement................................. 6 credits

Each major candidate is required to take six hours of courses offered by the Faculty of Education under advisement by Art Education faculty: EDS 340 and EDS 371 or 372.

Required Art Studio or Art Education Electives.....24 credits

15 credits demonstrating breadth of two-dimensional and three-dimensional processes selected under advisement by Art Education faculty from the following:

Painting
Photography
Printmaking
Sculpture
Ceramics
Graphic Design
Metal

In addition, 9 upper-division credits in one studio area are required. Each major candidate must complete a minimum of 48 liberal arts credits as well as a minimum of 45 upper-division credits. All students enrolled in teacher education programs leading to NYS certification, must complete the following foreign language requirement:

- 6 credits of a foreign language (101 & 102)
OR
- 3 credits at the intermediate level (201)