This baccalaureate degree program provides a broad-based preparation for teachers of the visual arts, and satisfies the visual arts endorsement course work requirement. Students in this major are assigned two advisors, as both the College of Arts and Sciences and the College of Education have requirements for degree completion. Students must pass the WEST-B and College of Education program admission process before completing the education courses and must complete co-teaching and WEST-E exams prior to state residency teacher certification.
A minimum of 126 credits, including 48 upper-division credits (300-level and above), is required for graduation.
1. General University Course Requirements: 43-45 credits