Art Education K-12 Broadfield Option - B.A.

The Art Education K-12 Broadfield Major is designed for students who wish to become licensed to teach art in grades K-12.  Upon completion of the degree, students are eligible for licensure in the state of Montana.  Secondary education students are encourage to pursue a teaching minor in an additional content ares and should contact an advisor for details.  Obtaining a teaching minor along with the major will require more than eight semesters.  For more information on admission to the teacher Education Program, Student Teaching, Licensure, Professional Expectations and more, please visit: http://catalogmontana.edu/undergraduate/education-health-human-development/department-education/teacher-education-program/ 

Freshman YearCredits
FallSpring
ARTZ 109 - Visual Language: Comprehensive Foundations4  
ARTH 200IA - Art of World Civilization I4  
University Core and Electives7  
ARTZ 105RA - Visual Language - Drawing  3
ARTZ 110 - Visual Language: Ideation and Creativity  4
ARTH 201IA - Art of World Civilization II  4
EDU 202 - Early Field Experience  1
EDU 223IS - Educ Psych and Adolescent Dev  3
Year Total: 15 15
Sophomore YearCredits
FallSpring
Art Studio-Beginning
Choose two of the following:8  
ARTZ 221 - Painting I
ARTZ 231RA - Ceramics I
ARTZ 251 - Sculpture I
ARTZ 261 - Metals I
ARTZ 271 - Printmaking I
EDU 211D - Multicultural Education3  
University Core and Electives3  
ARTZ 211RA - Drawing I  4
Art Studio-Beginning
Choose one of the following:  4
ARTZ 221 - Painting I
ARTZ 231RA - Ceramics I
ARTZ 251 - Sculpture I
ARTZ 261 - Metals I
ARTZ 271 - Printmaking I
EDU 370 - Integrating Tech into Educ  2
University Core and Electives  5
Year Total: 14 15
Junior YearCredits
FallSpring
ARTZ 312 - Intermediate Drawing5  
Art Studio-Beginning
Choose one of the following:4  
ARTZ 221 - Painting I
ARTZ 231RA - Ceramics I
ARTZ 251 - Sculpture I
ARTZ 261 - Metals I
ARTZ 271 - Printmaking I
EDU 382 - Assessmt, Curric, Instructn3  
EDSP 306 - Exceptional Learners3  
University Core and Electives3  
Art Studio-Beginning
Choose one of the following:  4
ARTZ 221 - Painting I
ARTZ 231RA - Ceramics I
ARTZ 251 - Sculpture I
ARTZ 261 - Metals I
ARTZ 271 - Printmaking I
Art History-Elective
Choose one of the following:  3
ARTH 302 - Survey of Ancient Art
ARTH 310 - Ancient Art Mesoamerica
ARTH 312 - History of Decorative Arts
ARTH 323 - History of Printmaking
ARTH 375 - Roman, Etruscan, Greek
ARTH 400 - Art and Architecture of Egypt
ARTH 402 - Greek Art and Architecture
ARTH 406 - Roman Art and Architecture
ARTH 421 - Late Gothic Painting
ARTH 422 - Early Renaissance to 15th Century Art
ARTH 424 - High Renaissance and Mannerism
ARTH 426 - Baroque Art in Italy and Southern Europe, 1600-1700
ARTH 427 - Baroque Art in Northern Europe
ARTH 430 - 19th Century Art
ARTH 432 - Art in the Age of Revolution
ARTH 435 - Art in the United States
ARTH 440 - 20th Century Art
ARTH 451 - Contemporary Art
ARTH 460 - Contemporary Art & Ecology
ARTH 461 - Art and Social Activism
EDU 497 - Methods  3
EDU 395 - Practicum  3
University Core and Electives  2
Year Total: 18 15
Senior YearCredits
FallSpring
Art Studio-Advanced
Choose two of the following:10  
ARTZ 322 - Intermediate Painting
ARTZ 332 - Intermediate Ceramics
ARTZ 352 - Intermediate Sculpture
ARTZ 361 - Metals II
ARTZ 373 - Intermediate Printmaking - Lithography
ARTZ 374 - Intermediate Printmaking - Serigraphy
ARTZ 375 - Intermediate Printmaking - Intaglio
ARTZ 376 - Intermediate Printmaking - Relief
ARTZ 379 - Alternative Print Media
Art History-Elective
Choose one of the following:3  
ARTH 302 - Survey of Ancient Art
ARTH 312 - History of Decorative Arts
ARTH 360 - History of Asian Art and Architecture
ARTH 400 - Art and Architecture of Egypt
ARTH 402 - Greek Art and Architecture
ARTH 406 - Roman Art and Architecture
ARTH 410 - Medieval Art
ARTH 421 - Late Gothic Painting
ARTH 422 - Early Renaissance to 15th Century Art
ARTH 424 - High Renaissance and Mannerism
ARTH 426 - Baroque Art in Italy and Southern Europe, 1600-1700
ARTH 427 - Baroque Art in Northern Europe
ARTH 430 - 19th Century Art
ARTH 432 - Art in the Age of Revolution
ARTH 438 - Beginnings of Modern Art
ARTH 440 - 20th Century Art
ARTH 451 - Contemporary Art
ARTH 495 - Field Study
EDU 397 - Methods3  
EDU 408 - Professional Issues: K-12  2
EDU 495 - Student Teaching  12
Year Total: 16 14
Total Program Credits: 122

A minimum of 122 credits is required for graduation; 42 of these credits must be in courses numbered 300 and above.