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  Oct 22, 2020
 
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Art Major (ARED) (Teacher licensure), BA


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Requirements


Pass the Sophomore Portfolio Review (see explanation below).

Liberal Arts: 44 Hours


All majors at Harding are required to complete 53 hours of Liberal Arts  studies. The following Liberal Arts requirements are met within the content of the major:

  • EDFD 2030 , required in place of PSY 2010 , is counted below in the hours required for certification.
  • Three hours of the Creative Spirit component are met within the content of the major and counted below. ENG 2010  or ENG 2020  is required to complete the Creative Spirit component.
  • ART 3800  satisfies three hours of the Global Perspective component and is counted below.

Requirements:

3 hours from:


Note(s):


Also recommended are 3 additional hours of art history and courses in ceramics, watercolor, printmaking, computer graphics and sculpture.

Note(s):


Students seeking teaching licensure must follow eligibility criteria for admission and retention listed in the Cannon-Clary College of Education section of the undergraduate catalog.

Remaining Bible/Electives: 3 Hours


ART 3750 , counted above in the major, satisfies the Bible Enrollment requirement in the semester it is taken. Bible is not required during the supervised teaching semester. See Bible Class Enrollment policy here .

Total Hours: 131


Note(s): Sophomore portfolio review


The sophomore portfolio review, ART 2900 , is for the Art & Design student who has completed (including current classes) 12-15 credit hours of selected core Art & Design coursework. The review is intended to provide feedback on the student's artistic growth progress. At the review we will be assessing drawing and compositional skills, presentation skills, ability to discuss and exhibit work and the student's level of knowledge about current professional activity in his or her program area.

A minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 in Art & Design courses is required to be eligible for participating in sophomore portfolio review. Passing the sophomore portfolio review is a prerequisite to enrolling in junior level courses.

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