Why are students excited about UVM's Art Education Program?
Designed to serve students with a passion for art and education, the Art Education program occupies a unique place among programs at UVM. Typically the Art Education courses are small (less than students), and easily geared toward individual attention.
Students grow into accomplished artists and experienced teachers, fulfilling requirements in general education, professional art education, professional education, studio art, art history, and electives in related subjects. Graduates satisfy requirements for teacher licensure in art for grades Pre-K through 12.
While the professional education courses come from the College of Education and Social Services, the bulk of the coursework (Studio Art, Art History, Art Education, and general education requirements) comes from the College of Arts and Sciences.
With the belief that experience in the classroom is the backbone of a strong program, most art education courses have a fieldwork component known as a practicum. The culminating Art Education experience is a 12-credit full-time student teaching practicum in a local public school, and an accompanying 3-credit seminar to help compile the licensure portfolio.
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