Degree Requirements for the B.S.ED. in Art Education

The Bachelor of Science in Education degree in Art Education may be conferred upon a student by recommendation of the faculty and upon the satisfactory completion of a minimum of 122 semester hours of credit with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0.

University Requirements

Completion of the university's General Education (GenEd) curriculum.

  • Successful completion (minimum grade of C-) in both VS 1151 and ARTH 1156 will waive the GenEd Arts (GA) requirement.
  • Successful completion (minimum grade of C-) in EDUC 2109, SPED 2231, and ENES 3338 will waive the GenEd Human Behavior (GB) requirement.
  • Summer or semester study abroad will satisfy the GenEd Global/World Society requirement.

Major Requirements

  • A minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA is required for registration in all Art Education courses.
  • ARTE 2001, ARTE 3096, ARTE 4003 and ARTE 4088 must be completed with a C or better to fulfill major requirements.
  • Students must earn minimum grade of C- in required Studio courses, College of Education coursework and additional mathematics requirement.
Studio Requirements in Visual Studies, Foundation and Ceramics
FDPR 1501Introduction to Art and Design1
Select one of the following:3
VS 1058
Visual Studies 1: Interdisciplinary Studio Seminar 1
ARTE 3011
Introductory Seminar in Community Arts
ARTE 3911
Honors Introductory Seminar in Community Arts
VS 1151Visual Studies 1 Foundation: Drawing3
VS 1351Visual Studies 1 Foundation: 3D3
VS 1451Visual Studies 1 Foundation: Composition and Color2
VS 1651Visual Studies 1 Foundation: Digital Imaging3
ARTE 3202Artist Educators in Schools and Community Settings3
Select one of the following:3
VS 2152
Visual Studies 2 Concept Studio: Drawing
PDS 2311
Intermediate Drawing
PDS 2321
Intermediate Drawing
PDS 2331
Intermediate Figure Drawing
PDS 2361
Drawing Workshop
Select one of the following:3
VS 2252
Visual Studies 2 Concept Studio: Painting
PDS 2011
Painting
PDS 2111
Painting
PDS 2231
Painting Workshop
Select one of the following:3
VS 2552
Visual Studies 2 Concept Studio: Print Imaging
GAD 2702
Survey of Printmaking Techniques
Select one of the following:3
VS 3253
Visual Studies 3 Concept Studio: Hybrid Painting
PDS 3021
Landscape
PDS 2051
Painting Materials & Techniques
Ceramics course - select one of the following:3
CRFT 2151
Beginning Ceramics
CRFT 2152
Introduction to Beginning Ceramics for Non-Tyler BFA Majors
Art History
ARTH 1155Art Heritage of the Western World I3
or ARTH 1955 Honors Art Heritage of the Western World I
ARTH 1156Art Heritage of the Western World II3
or ARTH 1956 Honors Art Heritage of the Western World II
Additional Art History writing intensive elective course (2000+ level) (WI)4
Art Education
ARTE 2001Science and Art of Teaching4
ARTE 3096Art in Elementary and Secondary School (WI)4
ARTE 4003Special Needs K-12 Students in the Art Room3
ARTE 4088Student Teaching9
Education
EDUC 2103Socio-cultural Foundations of Education in the United States3
EDUC 2109Adolescent Development for Educators3
Special Education
SPED 2231Introduction to Inclusive Education3
SPED 3211Effective Instructional Strategies for Young Children with Disabilities3
English Education (Secondary)
ENES 3338Foundations of Language Teaching: Teaching English Language Learners in Grades 4 to 123
Electives
Select one of the following:3
CRFT 2304
Introduction to Fibers for Non-Tyler BFA Majors
CRFT 2317
Introduction to Fibers and Material Studies
Studio Art Electives 16
Academic Elective3
Mathematics Requirement - one Mathematics course (in addition to GenEd Math)3
Total Credit Hours93
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Select from the following areas: Visual Studies, Community Arts courses offered through Art Education, 2000 level Crafts, 2000 level Painting, Drawing, and Sculpture (PDS), and 2000 level Graphic Arts and Design (GAD).