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ART 493. Professional Dispositions in Art Education. (3)

This course is designed to engage students in the development of professional dispositions and preparation of being an effective and productive art educator. Students will participate in local and national professional organizations, network with practicing educators, hone philosophy statements and understandings, maintain a professional website, develop and utilize professional resources, explore writing for publication, and participate in the planning/dissemination of the John Michael Autobiogrpahical Series. This course can be taken with ART 495.
Prerequisites: ART 195, 295, 296, and 395.

Urban and Regional Planning- Bachelor of Arts

 This major is for students interested in an integrated view of urban affairs and an introduction to planning principles.

Geography- Bachelor of Arts

Geography majors explore the interactions of people, places, and environments, integrating social and natural sciences to understand global issues and address them locally. Geographers synthesize spatial information using qualitative and quantitative techniques, including geospatial mapping technologies. Students gain critical thinking, research, and communication skills through both independent research and collaborative learning. Majors are trained for diverse opportunities related to urbanization, global development, and the environment.