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Miami University has a rich tradition in training caring, competent, transformative art teachers. The Art Education Program prepares students in the knowledge, skills, and professional dispositions for teaching excellence. It leads to the Bachelor of Science in Art with Multi-Age Visual Arts License.
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Curriculum and Courses
The Art Education program at Miami University prepares the student for licensure as an art teacher in Ohio Public Schools. It leads to the Bachelor of Science in Art with Multi-Age Visual Arts License (Prekindergarten through grade 12, ages 3-21). Accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD), Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP), and the State of Ohio Department of Education Teacher Licensure Standards, it is in compliance with current guidelines from Ohio’s Academic Content Standards (Visual Arts) and the National Art Education Association (NAEA).
- Art 195 Introduction to Art Education
- Art 295 Elementary Art Methods
- Art 395 Art Across The Curriculum
- Art 495 Saturday Art Practicum
- Art 419 Student Teaching In Art Education
The degree in Art Education prepares students to teach visual art at public schools, private schools, museums, art centers and arts organizations. Students can also pursue careers in arts administration and arts management.
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First-to-second year retention
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Among Public Universities in the United States for Four-Year Graduation Rate
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of 2018-2019 graduates who were employed or furthering their education by fall 2019
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Your admission into the art education program is judged on a portfolio that you must submit for review. The purpose of the review is to assess artistic potential, to approve admission to the department, and to award departmental scholarships. Students who are denied admission in their initial attempt may apply a second time after successfully completing ART 195. In addition, a student should have completed at least six hours of studio work with at least six additional hours of studio classes in process.
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