LEGACY PROGRAMS

As the School of Art & Design transitions many of its current programs to revised and updated curricula it is important to provide information to those students currently on any former program. Below is a list of former degree programs and their requirements.

54-60 HR BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS (BFA)

Sstudents who enrolled at EMU prior to Winter 2011 and did not elect to switch to the revised 81 credit hour BFA should follow this course of study.

Foundation Courses (27 hours)

  • ARTH 162 Survey of Western Art I (formerly ART 107 Art History Survey I) (3 hrs)
  • ARTH 263 Survey of Western Art II (formerly ART 108 Art History Survey II) (3 hrs)
  • ARTS 121 (ART 122) Two-Dimensional Design (3 hrs)
  • ARTS 123 (ART 123) Foundations Drawing I (3 hrs)
  • ARTS 126 (ART 124) Foundations Drawing II (3 hrs)
  • ARTS 122 (ART 131) Three-Dimensional Design (3 hrs)
  • ARTS 205 (ART 210) Beginning Life Drawing (3 hrs)
  • ARTH 264 Survey of Western Art III (formerly ART 215 19th-Century Art) (3 hrs)*
  • ART 216 History of 20th-Century Art (3 hrs)*
  • *Beginning Fall 2011 ART 216 and 215 will no longer be offered. The content of these courses has been moved into Western Survey II and Western Survey III. Students should consult their advisor as to which Art History courses to take if they have not taken one or both of these courses.

Area of Concentration (12-18 hours)

A sequence of 4-6 courses in chosen area of concentration

Graphic Design students must take the following courses:

  • ARTS 250 (ART 201) Introduction to Graphic Design
  • ARTS 350 ART 301) Image Making I*
  • ARTS 351 (ART 205) Introduction to Graphic Design II*
  • ARTS 352 Intermediate Graphic Design I (formerly ART 303 Intermediate Graphic Design I)**
  • ARTS 474 History of Graphic Design
  • ARTS 451 Image Making I
  • ARTS 452 Advanced Graphic Design

*It is recommended students take these courses simultaneously.
**Students must pass mid-program portfolio review prior to taking this course.

Art Elective Courses (15 hours)

30hr Bachelor of Science in Art

Required Courses (18 hours)

  • ARTH 162 Survey of Western Art I (formerly ART 107 Art History Survey I (3 hrs)
  • ARTH 263 Survey of Western Art II (formerly ART 108 Art History Survey II (3 hrs)
  • ARTS 121 (ART122) Two-Dimensional Design (3 hrs)
  • ARTS 123 (ART123) Foundations Drawing I (3 hrs)
  • ARTS 126 (ART124) Foundations Drawing II (3 hrs)
  • ARTS 122 (ART131) Three-Dimensional Design (3 hrs)

Elective Courses (12 hours)

Twelve hours from art studio and/or art history courses selected in consultation with an art adviser. Nine hours must be at the 300-level or above.

Minor Requirements (20 hours)

B.F.A. with K-12 Teaching Certification (admission to Eastern prior to Winter 2011, not yet admitted to ITPP)

Art Studio and Art History(54 cr. hrs.)

Foundation Area (3 cr. hrs. each)

  • ARTS 122 (ART 123) Foundations Drawing I
  • ARTS 126 (ART 124) Foundations Drawing II
  • ARTS 121 (ART 122) Two-Dimensional Design
  • ARTS 131 (ART 131) Three-Dimensional Design
  • ARTS 205 (ART 210) Beginning Life Drawing
  • Non-Western Art History*
  • Survey of Western Art I or II (ARTH 162 or ARTH 263, formerly ART 107 or 108)
  • ARTH 264 (ART 215) 19th Century Art**
  • ART 216 20th Century Art**
  • *ARTH 161 Survey of Non-Western Art (Formerly ART 109) strongly recommended, or other available Non-Western art history courses can meet the Non-Western Art History requirement.
  • **Beginning Fall 2011 ART 216 and 215 will no longer be offered. The content of these courses has been moved into Western Survey II and Western Survey III . Students should consult their advisor as to which Art History courses to take if they have not taken one or both of these courses.

Media Electives (3 cr. hrs. each)

Elect 6 from the following 11 mediums. Of the 6 media, you must have at least 2 from the 3D-media category:

  • 3D Media: Textiles, Ceramics, Sculpture, Metalsmithing
  • 2D Media: Graphic Design, Printmaking, Photography, Drawing, Painting, Watercolor, Computer Imaging (now Foundations Digital Media ARTS 127)

Concentration Area (3 cr. hrs. each)

Choose 1 medium from the above 10 mediums as your concentration. Take three advanced level courses on that medium.

Education Courses(43 cr. hrs.)

Pre-admission Phase: The Learner and the Community (10 hours)

The following courses can be taken prior to admission to the teacher education program:

  • ARTE 357 Introduction to Visual Arts Education (prerequisite of ARTE 460) (3 hrs)
  • SPGN 251 Education of Students with Exceptionalities (3 hrs)
  • EDPS 322 Human Development and Learning (3 hrs)

Admission to the College of Education (COE) requires: Attending COE secondary group advising, GPA 2.5 or higher (overall and in Art), 56 cr. hrs. (at least 12 at EMU), pass of the MTTC Professional Readiness Examination, and application

Phase I: Curriculum, Assessment and the Social Context (12 hours)

The following courses require admission to the teacher education program

  • ARTE 358 Curriculum and Assessment in Visual Arts Education (3 hrs.)
  • ARTE 359 Practicum in Visual Arts Education (3 hrs.)
  • ARTE 360 Technology in Visual Art Education Credit Hours (3 hrs.)
  • SOFDW 328 Schools for a Diverse and Democratic Society (3 hrs.)

Phase II: Content Methods, Literacy and Technology (10 hours)

  • ARTE 460 Approaches to Teaching Visual Art Education (4 hrs)
  • RDNG 311 - Teaching Reading in the Secondary School (3 hrs)
  • RDNG 311 Teaching Reading in Secondary Practicum (3 hrs)

You are recommended to take and pass the MTTC Subject Area test (#95 Visual Arts Education) the semester before or of student teaching.

Phase III - must apply for student teaching in advance (by January 15 for fall or June 15 for winter)

All Visual Arts Education students (including double majors, second bachelors and additional endorsements) will be responsible for fulfilling student teaching requirements in visual arts.

  • EDUC 496 Student Teaching (Art) (5 hrs)
  • EDUC 497 Student Teaching (Art) (4 hrs)

Note: Students must receive a grade C or higher in all professional and methods courses.

B.F.A. with K-12 Teaching Certification (admission to Eastern & ITPP prior to Winter 2011)

Art Studio and Art History(54 cr. hrs.)

Foundation Area (3 cr. hrs. each)

  • ARTS 122 (ART 123) Foundations Drawing I
  • ARTS 126 (ART 124) Foundations Drawing II
  • ARTS 121 (ART 122) Two-Dimensional Design
  • ARTS 131 (ART 131) Three-Dimensional Design
  • ARTS 205 (ART 210) Beginning Life Drawing
  • Non-Western Art History*
  • Survey of Western Art I or II (ARTH 162 or ARTH 263, formerly ART 107 or 108)
  • ARTH 264 (ART 215) 19th Century Art**
  • ART 216 20th Century Art**
  • *ARTH 161 Survey of Non-Western Art (Formerly ART 109) strongly recommended, or other available Non-Western art history courses can meet the Non-Western Art History requirement.
  • **Beginning Fall 2011 ART 216 and 215 will no longer be offered. The content of these courses has been moved into Western Survey II and Western Survey III . Students should consult their advisor as to which Art History courses to take if they have not taken one or both of these courses.

Media Electives (3 cr. hrs. each)

Elect 6 from the following 11 mediums. Of the 6 media, you must have at least 2 from the 3D-media category:

  • 3D Media: Textiles, Ceramics, Sculpture, Metalsmithing
  • 2D Media: Graphic Design, Printmaking, Photography, Drawing, Painting, Watercolor, Computer Imaging (now Foundations Digital Media ARTS 127)

Concentration Area (3 cr. hrs. each)

Choose 1 medium from the above 10 mediums as your concentration. Take three advanced level courses on that medium.

Education Courses(43 cr. hrs.)

Pre-admission Phase

The following courses can be taken prior to admission to the College of Education:

  • ARTE 357 Introduction to Visual Arts Education (Formerly ART 317 Teaching of Art) - 3 hrs. (prerequisite of ARTE 460)
  • SPGN 251 Education of Exceptional Children - 3 hrs
  • Corequisites (the following two courses to be taken concurrently):
  • EDPS 322 Human Development and Learning - 4 hrs
  • FETE 201 Field Experience 1 - (Service learning) - 1hr

Admission to the College of Education (COE) requires: Attending COE secondary group advising, GPA 2.5 or higher (overall and in Art), 56 cr. hrs. (at least 12 at EMU), pass of the MTTC Basic Skills test, and application

Phase I - After admission to the College of Education

  • SOFD 328 Schools in Multicultural Society - 3 hrs
  • Corequisites (the following four courses to be taken concurrently):
  • CURR 305 Secondary Curriculum and Methods - 3hrs
  • ARTE 360 Technology in Visual Arts Education (Formerly ART 331) - 3hrs
  • EDPS 340 Introduction to Assessment & Evaluation (Visual Arts Education only section) - 3hrs
  • FETE 301 Field Experience II (Elementary) - 1hr

Phase II

  • ARTE 460 Interpreting Art in Visual Arts Education (Formerly ART 416 Art Methods and Materials)- 3hrs (prerequisite: ARTE 357)
  • Corequisites (the following two courses to be taken concurrently):
  • RDNG 311 Teaching Reading in the Secondary School - 3hrs
  • FETE 402 Field Experience III (Secondary)
  • Diversity and Adaptation in Literacy - 1 hr

100 clock hours of pre-student teaching

You are recommended to take and pass the MTTC Subject Area test (#95 Visual Arts Education) the semester before or of student teaching.

Phase III - must apply for student teaching in advance (by January 15 for fall or June 15 for winter)

  • EDUC 496 Student Teaching (Art) - 6 hrs
  • EDUC 497 Student Teaching (Art) - 6 hrs

Note: Students must receive a grade C or higher in all professional and methods courses.