Department of Art + Design,
Art History, Art Education
Art Education Major
Art Education is a screened major. The prerequisites and procedures for screening are listed below. Admission into the university and into the Department of Art + Design does not guarantee admission into the Art Education major.
Screening into the art education major will take place yearly on the First Friday in September
Students may apply at the beginning of the fall of their junior year having achieved a minimum of 60 credit hours. Admission into the university and into the Department of Art + Design does not guarantee admission into the Art Education major.
Post-Baccalaureate or second bachelor degree students screen with the undergraduates for admission into the program. Official notification from the Registrar’s office will come after the interview and screening. The number of students allowed into the program will be limited by the number of spaces available.
Students must provide documentation of a passing score of 527 in Praxis I, a minimum score of 24 on ACT, or accepted SAT score as determined by test taking date in CPP website. Passing scores must be included in a student’s file to be considered for screening. Students who do not have one of these passing scores WILL NOT BE ADMITTED INTO THE ART EDUCATION PROGRAM. No student will be considered for screening without one of these three scores. Students awaiting final test scores WILL NOT be considered for screening.
A portfolio of visual work must be present in the ARED student file folder before the screening date. A minimum of 10 and maximum of 20 works will be presented on either a CD or thumb drive for committee review. A combination of 2D and 3D work must be presented. Only resent work completed at the university or junior college level will be accepted. No high school work will be accepted.
A short oral interview will take place at the time of the screening. Data from this interview will be taken into consideration as part of the total screening score and acceptance into the program.
Students must have an overall GPA of 2.75 to go through the screening process.
Requirements for admission into the major are as follows:
An overall GPA of 2.75
A GPA of 3.00 in the major
An interview and portfolio review with the art education faculty
Permission of the art education department
If you have any further questions please contact Dr. Kay Broadwater at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Department of Art + Design, Art History, Art Education
Center for the Arts, Room 3103 (map)
Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.