Winthrop University: Majors and More - Bachelor of Arts in Art – Certification as Art Teacher (K-12)

Majors and More

Fine Arts

Bachelor of Arts in Art — Certification as Art Teacher (K-12)

The Bachelor of Arts degree in Art with Certification as an Art Teacher prepares the student for teaching in the K-12 art classroom. Licensure is through the State of South Carolina.

General Education

 

Semester Hours

ACAD 101 Principles of the Learning Academy

1

Shared Skills and Proficiencies
   
Writing and Critical Thinking    
WRIT 101 Composition

3

HMXP 102      Human Experience 3
CRTW 201 Critical Reading, Thinking & Writing

3

    Oral Communication Met in major with ARTE 391 0
    Technology Met in major with ARTS 281 0
    Intensive Writing Met in major with ARTH 454 0
    Constitution Requirement See approved list; may be met with another requirement 0-3
    Physical Activity See approved list 1
Thinking Critically Across Disciplines*    
Global Perspectives Met in major with ARTH 175

0

Historical Perspectives Met in major with ARTH 176

0

Introducing Students to Broad Disciplinary Perspectives*

 

Social Science See approved list; must include 2 designators

3

  3 hours met with EDCO 200  
Humanities and Arts Met in major with ARTH 348 and ARTS 351

0

Quantitative Skills and Natural Science (3 courses) 9-12
    Quantitative Skills See approved list (3-8)
Natural Science See approved list; must include one lab science.  If 2 courses taken, must be in two
different groups:  Life, Physical, Earth

(3-8)

Subtotal   23-29
*No more than two courses in the major may count toward requirements in these areas
 
Required Courses in Major  

70

ARTT 112 Introduction to Fine Arts

2

ARTS 101 Two-Dimensional Design I

3

ARTS 102 Three-Dimensional Design I

3

ARTT 200 Foundation review

0

ARTS 120 Drawing I

3

ARTS 121 or  ARTS 220 Figure Drawing or Drawing II

3

ARTS 204 Three Dimensional Media Studies      3
ARTS 206 Two Dimensional Media Studies 3
ARTS 281 Digital Studio

3

ARTS 332 or 355 Sculpture I, Jewelry and Metals I

3

ARTS 335 OR Printmaking: Serigraphy/Screen Processes

3

ARTS 336 OR Printmaking: Relief

 

ARTS 337 OR Printmaking: Intaglio

 

ARTS 364 Digital Photography

 

ARTS 342 Painting I

3

ARTS 351 Ceramics I

3

ARTS or ARTH Electives in one designator  

6

ARTT 300 Sophomore Portfolio Review

0

ARTH 175 Intro to Art Hist Prehistory-Middle Ages

3

ARTH 176 Intro to Art Hist Renaissance-Present

3

ARTH Non-Western Elective Any non-Western ARTH course

3

ARTH 348 Modernism

3

ARTH 454 Contemporary Art and Criticism

3

ARTE 348 Introduction to Art Education

3

ARTE 391 Principles of Teaching Art

3

ARTE 393 Senior Capstone Seminar in Art Ed 1
ARTE 528 Foundations for Art Education

3

ARTE 548 Curriculum Development in Art Ed

3

 
Professional Education Sequence  

30

EDCO 101* Developing Observation and Analysis Skills

1

EDCO 200* Developmental Sciences and the Context of Poverty

3

EDCO 201* Literacy and The English Language Learner 2
EDCO 202* Supporting Exceptional & Gifted Learners in the General Ed Classroom 2
EDCO 220* Assessment to Meet Diverse Needs

2

EDCO 305* Technology in the Classroom

2

EDCO 350* Academic & Social Strategies for Establishing Inclusive Classroom Climate

3

EDCO 401* Internship I:  Understanding Contextual Factors

1

EDCO 402 Internship II:  Assessment and Instruction, Secondary and K-12

9

EDCO 410* Education in a Democracy 2
READ 345* or 346* Content Area Reading/Writing 3
Total  

123

*A grade of C or better must be earned and cannot be taken on the S/U basis.

Foundation Review Requirements: A review of student proficiency for acceptance in the Department of Fine Arts is required of all Department of Fine Arts majors, except BA-Art History. All must enroll in the Foundation Review (ARTT 200) prior to enrollment in ARTS courses numbered 399and above. Required for first-year Art majors. 

For additional degree requirements, please visit the Degree Requirements page.

Last Updated: 8/1/19