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

Freshman YearCredits
FallSpring
ARTZ 106RA - Visual Language - 2-D Foundations4  
ARTH 200IA - Art of World Civilization I4  
FCS 101IS - Indiv and Fam Dev: Lifespan3  
University Core and Electives4  
ARTZ 105RA - Visual Language - Drawing  3
ARTZ 108RA - Visual Language - 3-D Foundations  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
PHOT 113RA - Understanding Photography3  
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: 17 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 312 - Intermediate Drawing
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  
University Core and Electives2  
EDU 408 - Professional Issues: K-12  2
EDU 495 - Student Teaching  12
Year Total: 18 14
Total Program Credits: 128

A minimum of 128 credits is required for graduation; 42 of these credits must be in courses numbered 300 and above.