386 early intervention for infants and young children

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386 EARLY INTERVENTION FOR INFANTS AND YOUNG CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES 3 SED 101 or equiv; SED 340 or 377; SED 374 req. Curriculum and organization of service delivery for young children with disabilities. Emphasizes birth to eight years of age. Special Education
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C F A Dean: Lon Gordon, 116 Center for the Visual Arts. Web address: The primary function of the College of Fine Arts the Schools of Art, Music, and Theatre, and the program in Arts Technology is to provide professional education in the Arts for students desiring professional careers in select areas of the arts and for students preparing to be elementary, sec- ondary, and college teachers. Various areas of concentration in undergraduate and graduate studies, including B.A., B.S., B.F.A., B.M., B.M.E., M.A., M.S., M.F.A., and M.M. pro- grams, provide comprehensive and flexible curricula for a variety of student talents and interests. The College also pro- vides a cultural environment through the performing and visual arts for the campus, community, and region. Arts Technology Program Director: Shari Zeck, 116 Center for the Visual Arts phone: (309) 438-8321 Degrees Offered: B.A., B.S. MAJOR IN ARTS TECHNOLOGY The major in Arts Technology is a 55-hour interdiscipli- nary program in the College of Fine Arts that emphasizes theory, design, and practice in the application of computer technology to art, music, and theatre. The degree provides undergraduate training and experiences in arts technology to better prepare students with a broad range of knowledge and skills in multimedia design, including digital video and sound, computer graphics and theatre design, digital and MIDI music, and web design. Admission and Retention Requirements: All students must undergo a portfolio review and/or an interview with the Arts Technology Admissions Committee before being admitted into the program. The Committee will evaluate admission requests from new beginning freshman, new transfer students, and internal transfers. The Arts Tech- nology program reserves the right to maintain a balanced enrollment and the number of students wishing to enter the Arts Technology program may be restricted. Students will be allowed to continue in the Arts Tech- nology program who have completed the 11-hours Fine Arts Core and the 8-hours Arts Technology Core with grades of C or better, have met and continue to maintain a GPA of 2.50 from 300-level courses in Arts Technology curriculum with no grade less than a C, and have demonstrated competency through an intermediate portfolio review. Academic Requirements: The 55 hours required for the degree are programmed as follows: Fine Arts Core (11 hours): This group of courses provides the student with a basic experience in reading and perform- ing music, visual arts experience in drawing and design, and interdisciplinary fine arts history study: 3 hours from ART 103, 104 or 109; and 2 hours from MUS 118 or 119, 121, or 126; and 6 hours from ART 155, 156; MUS 152; THE 100, 170 or 171 in two different Schools.
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