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Bachelor of Arts

(Art major with all-level teacher certification –
120 semester hours)

Academic Major
Courses Hours
Art 1321, 1322, 2301, 2302, 2311 and 2312 18
Art 3321 or 3322, 3331, 3341, and 3361 12
Art (advanced) 6
Other Requirements
Courses Hours
Communication 2301 3
Computer Literacy 3
Computational and Applied Math 2305, Mathematics 1302, 1303, 1311,
1312, 1332, 1561, 2305, or 2513
3
English 1301, 1302 or Honors 1302, and one sophomore literature 9
History 1301 and 1302 6
Humanities: (English-an additional sophomore literature, History 2331,
2332, French 2372; German 2372, Philosophy 2301, 2311, 2321,
Honors 2301)
3
Modern Languages 2311 and 2312 6
Natural Science (two lab sciences): biology, chemistry, geology,
physical science, physics
8
Political Science 2301 and 2302 6
Social Science: Agricultural Economics 1331, Economics, 2300, 2301,
2302, Geography 2301, Psychology 1303, 2301, Sociology 1303, 2301, 2307
3
Visual and Performing Arts: Art 1302 3
Professional Education
Courses Hours
Education 4974 9
Minor
Courses Hours
Education 2323 3
Educational 4321, 4322, 4323 9
Educational Psychology 3303 3
Reading 4320 3
Electives
Courses Hours
Electives 7

 

The above professional degree plan meets all core curriculum and Bachelor of Arts degree requirements. The B.A. degree with a major in Art and with All-Level Certification requires a minimum of 120 semester credit hours, a minimum of 42 advanced (junior and senior level) semester credit hours, and a minimum of 30 semester credit hours in residence (24 of which must be at the advanced level). 24 of the last 30 hours required to complete this degree must be taken in residence.

Certification - All Level: A student who chooses art certification must complete: Art 1321 or 1322, 2301, 2302, 2311 or 2312, 3321, 3331 or 3341, 3361, and three advanced semester hours.

* Students must be admitted to the Educator Preparation Program (EPP) to enroll in any senior-level Education course or Reading 4320. For more information, see page 305 of the undergraduate catalog or visit the College of Education website.