Art–Visual Studies (ARTV)
3360. Introduction to Theories and Practice in Art (3). Prerequisites: ART 1302, 1303 (or ARCH 1341), 2303, and 2304. Overview of the role of the visual arts in personal, social, and institutional contexts.
3364. Foundations of Art in Social Institutions (3). Prerequisite: ART 3360. Examination of historical, political, and pedagogical issues and policies of the visual arts in institutional settings.
3365. Visual Culture (3). Examination of contemporary thought and practice in the visual arts.
4000. Student Teaching in Art (V3-12). Prerequisite: Admission to student teaching. Supervised teaching involving a period of responsibility for art instruction in an accredited school.
4315. Integrating Instructional Technology into Learning and Teaching in Visual Arts (3). Instructional and studio emphasis on technology in the visual arts.
4361. Contemporary Visual Studies (3). Modern and postmodern socioeconomics, political, and visual histories in art education.
4362. Curriculum Theory and Instruction Methodology in Art (3). Prerequisite: ART 3364 or consent of instructor. Art teaching methodologies, including curriculum design, classroom organization and management, assessment strategies, and teaching effectiveness evaluation.
4365. Visual Studies Seminar (3). Prerequisite: ART 4362 or consent of instructor. Seminar focusing on teaching theories, curriculum development, communication strategies, real-life teaching scenarios, and student teaching preparation. (Writing Intensive)
5315. Integrating Instructional Technology into Learning and Teaching Visual Arts (3). Instructional and studio emphasis on technology in the visual arts.