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.
To be eligible to screen, students must have earned at least 60 credits with an overall GPA of 3.00. The Praxis Core or ACT/SAT scores are no longer required unless GPA is below 3.0. Applicants with acceptable scores on the Praxis Core or ACT/SAT may be considered regardless of their overall GPA. In addition, they must provide a completed a Criminal History Disclosure Statement Authorization and Release Form (PDF), college transcript and art portfolio of recent work that can include both 2D and 3D work.
Post-Baccalaureate or second bachelor’s degree students screen with the undergraduates for admission into the program after they apply to the university. Official notification from the Admissions office will come after the interview and screening. The number of students accepted into the program is limited to the number of spaces available. Questions about the Post-Baccalaureate should be directed to Dr. Kay Broadwater at kbroadwater AT_TOWSON.