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), Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP), and the State of Ohio Department of Education Teacher Licensure Standards, it is in compliance with current guidelines from Ohio’s Academic Content Standards (Visual Arts) and the National Art Education Association (NAEA).

A student must plan a program with an art education advisor 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.

For information, contact an advisor in the Department of Art, 124 Art Building, 513-529-2900.

Program Requirements

(91 semester hours)

Plan of Study Grid
First YearCredit Hours
ART 102 Color Theory and Practice 1.5
ART 103 Creative Practices in New Technology 1.5
ART 104
Problem Solving
or Technical Drawing
1.5
ART 106 Introduction to Figure Drawing 1.5
ART 111 Design and Composition 3
ART 121 Observational Drawing 3
ART 187 History of Western Art: Prehistoric-Gothic 3
ART 188 History of Western Art: Renaissance - Modern 3
ART 195 Introduction to Art Education 3
ART 281 Contemporary Art Forum 1
 Credit Hours22
Second Year
ART 295 Elementary Art Methods 3
ART 296 Secondary Art Methods 3
EDP 201 Human Development and Learning in Social and Educational Contexts 3
200 level studio 3,3,3,3
Painting I  
Printmaking I  
Introduction to Digital Imaging
or Photography
 
Ceramics I  
Jewelry Design and Metals I  
Sculpture I  
 Credit Hours21
Third Year
ART 395 Art Across the Curriculum 3
ART 493 Professional Dispositions in Art Education 3
EDP 256 Psychology of the Exceptional Learner 3
EDP 279
Technology + Media Literacy and Learning
or Art and Digital Tools I
or Introduction to Digital Imaging
3
200 level studio 3,3
Painting I  
Printmaking I  
Introduction to Digital Imaging
or Photography
 
Ceramics I  
Jewelry Design and Metals I  
Sculpture I  
300 level studio focus 3
Painting II  
Painting III  
Printmaking II  
Printmaking III  
Fundamentals of Communication Design  
Photography II  
Photography III  
Ceramics II  
Ceramics III  
Jewelry Design and Metals II  
Jewelry Design and Metals III  
Sculpture II  
Sculpture III  
Letterpress Printing  
Select the following:  
MUS 226
Improving Reading through the Music Content Area
or Integrating Literacy Across the Content Areas
3
 Credit Hours24
Fourth Year
300-level studio focus 3
Painting II  
Painting III  
Printmaking II  
Fundamentals of Communication Design  
Photography II  
Photography III  
Ceramics II  
Ceramics III  
Jewelry Design and Metals II  
Jewelry Design and Metals III  
Sculpture II  
Sculpture III  
Letterpress Printing  
Select the following:  
ART 495 Art Education Practicum 3
Upper-Level Art History 3
History of Asian Art, China, Korea, and Japan  
The Arts of African Peoples  
Chinese Painting History  
Modern & Contemporary East Asian Art  
Arts of West Africa  
Art of the Early 20th Century  
Postwar to Postmodern, 1945-1980  
Select the following:  
ART 419 Supervised Student Teaching in Art 2 15
 Credit Hours24
 Total Credit Hours91 Credit Hours
1

ART 255 can NOT "double dip" as your technology requirement AND your photography requirement.

2

 No other courses should be taken during student teaching.

Students must also complete all Global Miami Plan requirements.