Studio Art with K-12 Certification, Bachelor of Arts

This option gives students the opportunity to teach K-12 art or the capacity to pursue graduate level work in an M.A. or M.Ed. program in art education. The BASA with K-12 certification requires a minimum of 134 credit hours of which 63 are in ART and 30 are from the College of Education.

Requirements

Studio Core I (12 hrs.), Studio Core II (18 hrs.), Art History Core (9 hrs.) and Art History Elective (3 hrs.) courses are the same as in the BASA with a Concentration in Two Dimensional or Three Dimensional Arts. 

The following courses are required:

Studio Core I
ART 1100FOUNDATION DRAWING & DESIGN: TWO DIMENSIONAL APPLICATIONS3
ART 1110FOUNDATION DRAWING & DESIGN: THREE DIMENSIONAL APPLICATIONS3
ART 1210FOUNDATIONS THEORY & PRACTICE: COLOR AND VISUAL LITERACY3
ART 1220FOUNDATION THEORY & PRACTICE: DIGITAL MEDIA3
ART 2000CORE ONE PORTFOLIO REVIEW0
Studio Core II
ART 2100LIFE DRAWING I3
ART 3310ELEMENTARY SCULPTURE3
ART 3410ELEMENTARY PAINTING3
ART 3510ELEMENTARY PRINTMAKING3
or ART 3520 PHOTOGRAPHIC DIGITAL PRINTMAKING
ART 3610ELEMENTARY CERAMICS3
Art History Core
ART 2050SURVEY OF WESTERN ART HISTORY I3
ART 2060SURVEY OF WESTERN ART HISTORY II3
Select one course from each of the following two groups:6
Group A - Modern History:
HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE SINCE 1850
HISTORY OF PHOTOGRAPHY
MODERN ART I (ART OF EUROPE AND THE AMERICAS, 1850-1920)
MODERN ART II (ART OF EUROPE AND THE AMERICAS, 1918-1968)
CONTEMPORARY ART HISTORY SINCE 1968
Group B - Pre-Modern History:
INTRODUCTION TO ANCIENT ART
EGYPTIAN ART
GREEK ART
ETRUSCAN & ROMAN ART
EARLY MEDIEVAL ART
LATE MEDIEVAL ART HISTORY
NORTHERN EUROPEAN RENAISSANCE ART HISTORY
ITALIAN RENAISSANCE ART HISTORY
BAROQUE AND ROCOCO ART HISTORY
Plus one Art History Elective approved by advisor3
K-12 Art Concentration
ART 3300ELEMENTARY ART METHODS 13
ART 3370TECHNOLOGY IN ARTS EDUCATION3
ART 4300SECONDARY ART METHODS 13
ART 4350TRENDING TOPICS IN ART EDUCATION3
Studio Emphasis
A student must work with a faculty advisor to select coursework for an emphasis which must include an intermediate and advanced level class from the following:6
WATERCOLOR II
LIFE DRAWING II
MEDIA ARTS 1
ADVANCED DRAWING I
ADVANCED DRAWING II
MEDIA ARTS 2
GRAPHIC DESIGN 1
CGI: COMPUTER GENERATED IMAGERY
DIGITAL GAME DESIGN
THE HAND PRODUCED BOOK I: TYPOGRAPHY AND BOOK DESIGN
COLOR THEORY
HAND PRODUCED BOOK II: LETTERPRESS PRINTING
BOOK STRUCTURES: INTRODUCTION TO BOOKBINDING
INTERMEDIATE SCULPTURE
APPLIED ART & DESIGN
INTERMEDIATE PAINTING
PHOTOGRAPHIC DIGITAL PRINTMAKING
PAPERMAKING
INTERMEDIATE CERAMICS
CGI: COMPUTER GENERATED IMAGERY II
GRAPHIC DESIGN 2
ADVANCED DIGITAL GAME DESIGN
ADVANCED SCULPTURE
ADVANCED PAINTING
ADVANCED TECHNIQUES IN PRINTMAKING
ADVANCED CERAMICS
BASA Capstone Course
ART 4020PROFESSIONAL STUDIO PRACTICES3
College of Education Art Education Requirements 2
TED 2100EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATIONS3
TED 2200HUMAN RELATIONS FOR BIAS-FREE CLASSROOMS3
TED 2300HUMAN GROWTH AND LEARNING3
SPED 3800DIFFERENTIATION AND INCLUSIVE PRACTICES3
TED 2400PLANNING FOR EFFECTIVE TEACHING6
TED 4640K-12 STUDENT TEACHING AND SEMINAR: ELEMENTARY/SECONDARY12
Total Credits93
1

It is highly recommended that ART 3300 and ART 4300 be taken in the year just prior to student teaching.

2

 Pursuit of the K-12 Certification requires admission to the Teacher Preparatory Program through the College of Education and a successfully completed PPST.