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Course #: ART-499 Min Credits: 0 Max Credits: 15
Course #: ART-3XX Min Credits: 0 Max Credits: 15
Course #: ART-326 Min Credits: 3 Max Credits: 0

A foundation of art education course exploring problems related to the teaching of art in the elementary (including early childhood K-3) and middle grades, emphasizing various materials and techniques, including fiber art, photography pr

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Course #: ART-325 Min Credits: 2 Max Credits: 0

A seminar and studio for art majors seeking certification to teach art in the public schools (K-12).

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Course #: ART-320 Min Credits: 1 Max Credits: 0

An exploration of curriculum development for the secondary classroom.

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Course #: ART-310 Min Credits: 1 Max Credits: 0

An exploration of curriculum development for the middle grades learner.

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Course #: ART-315 Min Credits: 1 Max Credits: 0

An exploration of curriculum development for the 9th and 10th grade classrooms.

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Course #: ART-421 Min Credits: 0 Max Credits: 12

On-the-job experience in art. Prerequisite: Cooperative Education 205 or permission. (Pass/Fail).

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Course #: ITM-954 Min Credits: 3 Max Credits: 3
Course #: CSI-345 Min Credits: 3 Max Credits: 3
Course #: EDU-732 Min Credits: 3 Max Credits: 0

This course focuses on the arts as a tool for learning. Participants will learn how aesthetics can increase students' skills in perceiving problems, discovering possible solutions, and making informed choices.

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Course #: ITM-387 Min Credits: 3 Max Credits: 0

In this course, students will explore how specific works of art become tools for learning across the curriculum.

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Course #: ART-358 Min Credits: 3 Max Credits: 0

The study of the interplay within the arts and the role they play in ideology, politics, propaganda, and moral issues.

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Course #: CSI-252 Min Credits: 3 Max Credits: 3
Course #: EDS-328 Min Credits: 3 Max Credits: 0

A continuation of the development of the student's skills in classroom management, and formal and informal assessment leading to application of federal and state rules for verification as a student with special needs (LD, BD, MH, or

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