When you complete majors in both studio arts and education, you'll be prepared to teach visual arts in K-12 settings, evincing the importance of creative expression and the arts to the children who are the future of our society.
Your preparation for becoming an art educator, who makes a difference, combines the advantages of uniting the broad-based curriculum of a liberal arts degree with courses in education, studio arts, and art history. As a double major, you will choose a creative discipline and receive methods instruction from The Educators College.
Our program assists you with articulating a mission and vision as an artist-educator through real-world student teaching experiences and professional art opportunities. Advanced studio studies culminate with a senior exhibition, professional communication materials, and a comprehensive portfolio ready for graduate school application or entry into the education profession. You will graduate with a bachelor of arts degree in Studio Arts and all of the requirements needed to apply for a state teaching license.
Foundation program studio courses (12 credits)
Art history courses (12 credits)
Studio art courses (21 credits)
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