39 hours in Art required as follows 9 hours Art History Core ART 155 156 257 6

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39 hours in Art required, as follows: 9 hours Art History Core: ART 155, 156, 257. 6 hours Art History Foundations: ART 140, 290. 24 hours required sequence courses: 24 hours of 300- level Art History courses, including ART 395 and at least 1 course from each of the following 4 broad histor- ical periods: I. Ancient/Medieval: ART 366, 367, 368, 369. II. Renaissance/Baroque: ART 375, 376, 377. III. Modern/Contemporary: ART 372, 373, 378, 379, 383, 385. IV. American: ART 380, 381, 382. 21 hours required in other Departments: ENG 145; HIS 101, 102; and a minimum of 3 semesters (12 hours) French, German, Italian or Spanish. At least 15 additional hours electives, including 9 hours required in courses related to Art History offered by the following departments/schools: Anthropology, English, Foreign Languages, History, Music, Philoso- phy, Theatre. Students are encouraged to consult with Art History faculty for advice on choosing electives in Art History and in other departments that will comple- ment their own areas of interest. Faculty are also avail- able for consultation on preparing for graduate school. NOTE: ART 201, 207, 211, 307, and 309 do not count toward the Art History Sequence. NOTE : Students may combine Art History and Studio by declaring a second Sequence in Studio Arts and ful- filling all requirements for both sequences. This will include submitting a portfolio of art work for admission. Admission-Retention Requirements for Art History Sequence: Students will be admitted to the Art History Sequence who achieve grades of B or better in ART 155, 156 and 257, then pass the sequence screening requirements. See the School of Art office for more information on screening requirements. Students will be allowed to continue in the sequence if they maintain a minimum cumulative and major GPA of 2.50. 280 Art
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C F A Teacher Education Sequence: Degree offered: B.S. The Teacher Education Sequence is a program that emphasizes a comprehensive approach that supports state and national student learning standards and teaching perfor- mance standards in the visual arts. Also stressed are creative and critical thinking, studio techniques, understanding the learner and developing skills to become an effective teacher. Students completing this sequence are eligible to apply for K-12 teaching certification in art in the State of Illinois. 83 hours in Art and Professional Education required. Part of entitlement program leading to certification: Special K-12. All Art majors planning to become certi- fied teachers must apply for and be admitted to the University Teacher Education program (see Teacher Education Admission-Retention program section of this Undergraduate Catalog ). Grades of C or better in all Art and Education courses, and a 2.80 cumulative and major GPA are required for admission and retention in this sequence. Continuation in the Teacher Education Sequence will be determined early in the ART 211 semester, when students will be required to have an interview with Art Education faculty, submit a portfolio of work and demonstrate technological proficiency.
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  • Fall '15
  • TrevorBelcher
  • Academia, Academic degree, Bachelor's degree

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