The BS-Art Education program provides students a broad base of experience in the visual arts, with a professional education series of coursework that allows them to become licensed Pre K-12 art teachers in the state of Minnesota. Students in this program complete state-required testing and student teaching in order to qualify for licensure.
College of Liberal Arts
What previous degree and/or experience is required prior to admission to this program?
High School / GED
Required GPA for graduation
Mn State BOT Outcomes
The potential to inspire others and to excite the imagination of students, engendering a respect and desire for art and visual experiences.
The ability and desire to seek out, evaluate, and apply new ideas and developments in both art and education.
The ability to maintain positive relationships with individuals and various social and ethnic groups, and empathize with students and colleagues of differing backgrounds.
The ability to articulate and communicate the goals of an art program to pupils, colleagues, administrators, and parents in an effective and professionally responsible manner.
Familiarity with the basic expressive, technical, procedural and organizational skills, and conceptual insights which can be developed through studio art and design experiences. Instruction should include traditional processes as well as newer technological developments in environmental and functional design fields.