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Art

Art Education

View the course and credit requirements for an Art Major with Art Education Emphasis below or in the UW-Green Bay Catalog.
 

Art majors may complete an emphasis in Art Education leading to teacher licensure from the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction. Only those requirements for coursework in Art are listed here. For additional information about admission to the teacher education program, consult the Education Office (www.uwgb.edu/education), or the Office of Academic Advising, or refer to the Education program description in this catalog. For advising information, see the Art Education adviser.

Supporting Core Courses 43
Art History
 
ART 102
History of the Visual Arts: Ancient to Medieval  
or ART 103
History of the Visual Arts II: Renaissance to Modern
ART 202
Modern Art  
ART 203
Contemporary Art  
Design Core
 
ART 101
Tools, Safety, and Materials  
ART 105
Introductory Drawing  
ART 106
Three Dimensional Design  
ART 107
Two-Dimensional Design  
Two-Dimensional Studios
 
ART 210
Introduction to Painting  
ART 243
Introduction to Photography  
ART 270
Introduction to Printmaking  
Three-Dimensional Studios
 
ART 220
Introduction to Sculpture  
ART 230
Introduction to Ceramics  
ART 235
Introduction to Woodworking and Furniture Design  
ART 250
Introduction to Fibers/Textiles  
ART 260
Introduction to Jewelry/Metals  
Upper-Level Core Courses 24
Required Core Courses
 
EDUC 316
Teaching Art in the Middle and Secondary Schools  
Drawing (choose one of the following courses):
 
ART 302
Intermediate Drawing  
or ART 304
Figure Drawing
Art History (choose two of the following courses):
 
ART 376
Modern American Culture  
ART 379
Women, Art and Image  
ART 380
History of Photography  
ART 381
Art of the First Nations  
ART 382
Precolumbian Art of Mesoamerica  
ART 383
African Art  
ART 384
Asian Art  
Choose 12 credits of Studio Art courses 1
 
Total Credits 67

Art Education Association

The Art Education Association is a student organization that connects art education students, networks with area art teachers and schools, and engages in related community service projects.