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Curriculum Action Notice


From:

Academic Affairs Committee

Date:

March 26, 2005

This is a bulletin from the Academic Affairs Committee concerning proposed curricular actions. Please forward any comments or concerns in the next 10 days to the AAC chair, Flor Blanco, Belknap Hall 110A, Ext. 4604, fblanco@mnsfld.edu.

The Department of Art, Education and Special Education has requested the following curricular actions:

 

# 1 Action:

Course Change: ART 3301 Painting

Purpose and nature of change: To give more flexibility in the current painting course by including other painting mediums other than oil paint.

Course Description for Catalog:

An introduction to the use of color, light and value.  Compositional problems are taken from observation and imagination.  Experimenting in both acrylic and oil based media techniques.  Surface preparation and exploring “master” works will be included. 

Prerequisites: ART 2240; ART 2248; ART 2250

If taught dual-level, list:  ART 4401/5501

 

# 2 Action:

Course Change: ART 3345 Fibers

Purpose and nature of change:  To give an in-depth look at 2-D fibers from a cross-cultural viewpoint and apply to the 2-D/media cluster of the new Art Education program.

New Course Title: 2-D Fibers

Course Description for Catalog:

Surface design.  This course explores techniques used by ethnic peoples across the world to decorate and embellish cloth.  The color of cloth is altered with dyes through batik, stenciling, painting and tie-dye.  The cloth is enriched with embroidery, beading and quilting.  Floor looms are used to explore color and pattern in woven textiles.

Prerequisites: ART 2240; ART 2244; ART 2248; ART 2250 or permission of the instructor

If taught dual-level, list:  ART 4445/5545

 

# 3 Action:

Course Change: ART 3311 Advanced Drawing

Purpose and nature of change: Change course numbers to make sense in relationship to the new program and advanced/graduate levels of the same course.

New Number: 3348

 

# 4 Action:

Course Change: ART 3372 Advanced Ceramics

Purpose and nature of change: Change course numbers to make sense in relationship to the new program and advanced/graduate levels of the same course.

New Number: 4471

 

# 5 Action:

Course Change: ART 3382 Advanced Sculpture

Purpose and nature of change: Change course numbers to make sense in relationship to the new program and advanced/graduate levels of the same course.

New Number: 4481

 

# 6 Action:

Course Change: ART 4452 Advanced Jewelry

Purpose and nature of change: Change course numbers to make sense in relationship to the new program and advanced/graduate levels of the same course.

New Number: 4451

 

# 7 Action:

Course Change: ART 5510 Drawing

Purpose and nature of change: Change course numbers to make sense in relationship to the new program and advanced/graduate levels of the same course.

New Number: 5548

 

# 8 Action:

Course Change: ART 5511 Painting

Purpose and nature of change: Change course numbers to make sense in relationship to the new program and advanced/graduate levels of the same course.

New Number: 5501

 

# 9 Action:

Course Change: ART 5514 Printmaking

Purpose and nature of change: Change course numbers to make sense in relationship to the new program and advanced/graduate levels of the same course.

New Number: 5531

 

# 10 Action:

Course Change: ART 5515 Ceramics

Purpose and nature of change: Change course numbers to make sense in relationship to the new program and advanced/graduate levels of the same course.

New Number: 5571

 

# 11 Action:

Course Change: ART 5516 Jewelry

Purpose and nature of change: Change course numbers to make sense in relationship to the new program and advanced/graduate levels of the same course.

New Number: 5551

 

# 12 Action:

Course Change: ART 5519 Sculpture

Purpose and nature of change: Change course numbers to make sense in relationship to the new program and advanced/graduate levels of the same course.

New Number: 5581

 

# 13 Action:

Course Change: ARE 5531 Art Curr & Teachg in Elem Sch

Purpose and nature of change: Change course numbers to make sense in relationship to the new program and advanced/graduate levels of the same course.

New Number: 5590

 

# 14 Action:

Course Change: ARE 5532 Art Curr & Teachg in Sec Sch

Purpose and nature of change: Change course numbers to make sense in relationship to the new program and advanced/graduate levels of the same course.

New Number: 5593

 

# 15 Action:

New Course: ART 2250 Figure Drawing

Purpose and Nature of Course: The course develops the drawing skills and understanding of the human body in artistic composition.

Course Description for Catalog:

The second foundation course in drawing concentrates on the visual language of the proportion, gesture, and composition of the human figure. Focus will be on the figure as both inspiration and subject matter in Art.  Exploration of ideas, techniques and “master” works included.

Prerequisites: ART 2248

Co-requisites: ART 2240

If taught dual-level, list:  ART 3350/5550

 

# 16 Action:

New Course: ART 3393 Special Topics

Purpose and Nature of Course:  The course is designed to address different issues in art that may not be covered in the current studio courses. i.e. architecture, animation, etc.

Course Description for Catalog:

The course is constructed each time it is offered to address different contemporary through historical issues, media, and/or techniques of importance in art and art education.

Prerequisites: ART 2240; ART 2244; ART 2248; ART 2250

 

# 17 Action:

New Course: ART 3350 Advanced Figure Drawing

Purpose and Nature of Course:  The course develops the drawing skills and understanding of the human body in artistic composition.

For variable credits, list Minimum Credit 1; Maximum Credits 6           

To repeat for additional credit (not repeat of previously earned grade), list maximum hours of credit that may be earned over multiple Semesters 12 semester hours.

Course Description for Catalog:

An advanced drawing course concentrating on the visual language of the proportion, gesture, and composition of the human figure. Focus will be on the figure as inspiration, subject matter and abstraction.  Exploration of ideas, techniques and “master” works included.

Prerequisites: ART 2248, ART 2240

If taught dual-level, list:  ART 2250/5550

 

# 18 Action:

New Course: ART 3346 3-D Fibers

Purpose and Nature of Course:  The course is the fiber component of the 3-D/Spatial cluster of the new art education curriculum.

Course Description for Catalog (limit to four sentences):

Fibers construction.  This course follows the fiber constructions used by ancient peoples to create textiles.  Felting leads to spinning.  Knitting and knotless netting lead into weaving and basketry.  The floor looms are used to explore color and pattern in woven textiles.

Prerequisites: ART 2240; ART 2244; ART 2248; ART 2250

If taught dual-level, list: 

ART 4446/5546

 

# 19 Action:

New Course ART 4446 Advanced 3-D Fibers

Purpose and Nature of Course:  The course is the fiber component of the 3-D/Spatial cluster of the new art education curriculum.

For variable credits: Minimum 1; Maximum Credits 6      

To repeat for additional credit (not repeat of previously earned grade), list maximum hours of credit that may be earned over multiple Semesters 12 semester hours.

Course Description for Catalog:

Fibers construction II.  Advanced fiber constructions used by ancient peoples to create textiles.  Felting leads to spinning.  Knitting and knotless netting lead into weaving and basketry.  The floor looms are used to explore color and pattern in woven textiles.

Prerequisites: ART 2240; ART 2244; ART 2248; ART 2250

If taught dual-level, list: 

ART 3346/5546

 

# 20 Action:

New Course: ART 5546 3-D Fibers

Purpose and Nature of Course:  The course is the fiber component of the 3-D/Spatial cluster of the new art education curriculum.

For variable credits, list Minimum Credit 1; Maximum Credits 6

Course Description for Catalog:

Fibers constructions used by ancient peoples to create textiles.  Felting leads to spinning.  Knitting and knotless netting lead into weaving and basketry. The floor looms are used to explore color and pattern in woven textiles.

Prerequisites: ART 2240; ART 2244; ART 2248; ART 2250

If taught dual-level or cross-listed with another department, list: ART 3346/4446

 

# 21 Action:

New Course: ART 5550 Figure Drawing

Purpose and Nature of Course:  The course develops the drawing skills and understanding of the human body in artistic composition.

For variable credits, list Minimum Credit 1; Maximum Credits 6

Course Description for Catalog:

Drawing course concentrating on the visual language of the proportion, gesture, and composition of the human figure. Focus will be on the figure as inspiration, subject matter, abstraction and personal narrative.  Exploration of ideas, techniques and “master” works included.

If taught dual-level, list: ART 2250/3350

 

# 22 Action:

Course Change: ARH 1101 Introduction to Art

Purpose and nature of change: Allow Art Education majors to complete the Fine Arts Block General Education requirement by taking ARH 1101 Introduction to Art.

Provide Support for this request.

The Art Dept. requires Art Education majors to take ARH 1101 Into to Art as part of the program requirements.  In order to meet the 120 hours, we are asking that it would be counted as the Fine Arts Gen Ed requirement.

 

# 23 Action:

Program Change: Bachelor of Science in Art Education

Rationale for change: 

1) to consolidate our extensive range of studio requirements into a more manageable number for staffing purposes; 2) to infuse the updated program with more technology/media requirements, in an effort to become more current in our student outcomes of knowledge and skills; 3) to accommodate the design of the proposed new building with relevant studio and art education spaces; 4) to meet new PDE requirements in Art Education

 

List all changes:

1.  Add New Course ART 2250 Figure Drawing to required Freshman Foundation Courses

2.  Add New Course ART 3350 Advanced Figure Drawing- 1-6 credits/semester, 12 max

3.  Add New Course ART 5550 Figure Drawing- 1-6/semester, 6 maximum

4.  Add New Course ART 3346 3-D Fibers- 3 credits

5.  Add New Course ART 4446 Advanced 3-D Fibers- 1-6 credits/semester, 12 maximum

6.  Add New Course ART 5546 3-D Fibers- 1-6/semester, 6 maximum

7. a)  Add New Course ART 3393 Special Topics- 3 credits

     b) Add New Course ART 5593 Special Topics – 3 credits

8.  Course Change ART 3345 Fibers to ART 3345 2-D Fibers and description of course

9.  Course Change ART 3301 Painting - description of course

10. Course Change ARE 5532 to ARE 5593 - course number

11.  Course Change ARE 5531 to ARE 5590- course number

12.  Course Change ART 5519 to ART 5581- course number

13.  Course Change ART 3382 to ART 4481 – course number

14.  Course Change ART 5515 to ART 5571 – course number

15.  Course Change ART 3372 to ART 4471 – course number

16.  Course Change ART 5516 to ART 5551 – course number

17.  Course Change ART 4452 to ART 4451 – course number

18.  Course Change ART 5510 to ART 5548 – course number

19.  Course Change ART 3311 to ART 3348 – course number

20.  Course Change ART 5514 to ART 5531 – course number

21.  Course Change ART 5511 to ART 5501 – course number

22. Course Change – ARH 1101 Intro to Art – fulfills Gen Ed Fine Arts requirement

Program Description for Catalog:

     The Art Department offers two baccalaureate degrees:  B.S.E. in Art Education and B.A. in Art History.  The art education program guides prospective teachers to meet general education requirements, to develop skills in three studio clusters with a concentration in one area, and to provide a rich foundation in studio art production skills, art history, aesthetics, criticism, theory and practice of art education.  Upon satisfactory completion of the program, the graduate is qualified to teach in the elementary and secondary schools.  Graduating students must successfully complete the Praxis examinations both in general studies and their area of specialization to be certified to teach in Pennsylvania.

    Incoming freshman and transfer students must successfully complete an interview and portfolio review conducted by art faculty. Portfolios must be submitted under the Art Department guidelines (see Art Dept. web page). Deadlines are:  Fall admittance prior to April 30th; Spring admittance prior to November 15th.

     Art Education majors are required to meet a 3.0 grade average at the time they are admitted to the professional education program (after 48 semester hours) at the time of student teaching and at graduation.  A negative TB tine test, the Act 34 Pennsylvania Police and Act 151 Child Abuse clearances must be filed and current at 48 hours and again at student teaching.  In keeping with the Pennsylvania Department of Education requirements, all students are required to take: 6 credits of math; 3 credits of English composition; 3 credits of English literature; and pass the Praxis I exam.  All studio and professional courses must be completed before student teaching.

 

Program requirements:  Art Education (B.S.E.):  120 credit hours

(* courses with asterisk may also satisfy General Education requirements)

Studio - Foundation Cluster- 12 credits required

ART 2240* 2-D Design   3

ART 2244  3-D Design   3

ART 2248  Drawing    3

ART 2250 Figure Drawing  3

 

Studio Clusters

Art Studio-9 credits required                                   

 

2-D/Media-3 credits

ART 2218 Photography

ART 3301 Painting

ART 3331 Printmaking

ART 3345 2-D Fibers

ART 3261 Waterbase Media

ART 3393 Special Topics

 

3-D/Spatial-3 credits

ART 2238 Multicultural Crafts

ART 3271 Ceramics

ART 3281 Sculpture

ART 3346 3-D Fibers

ART 3351 Jewelry

ART 3393 Special Topics

 

Digital/Graphics – 3 credits

GRA 1101 Intro to Graphic Design

ART 3330 Digital Photography

ART 3342 Advertising, Design & Lettering

ART 3365 Computer Art

ART 3393 Special Topics

 

Art Studio-Depth- 12 credits

3000-4000 studios in one cluster- 6 hours

3000-4000 studio electives – 6 hours

 

Art History- 9 credits

                        ARH 1101* Introduction to Art 

                        ARH 3331 Modern Art

One of the following:

ARH 3330 American Art-3

ARH 4409 Women in Art-3

 

Professional Education- 38

PSY 1101*  Intro to Psychology - 3

ED   1102    Intro to Education-3

ARE 2211   Intro to Art Education-3

ED   2205*  Educational Psychology-3

SPE 3275    Inclusion of Diverse Learners-3

ARE 3390   Art Curriculum & Teaching in Elementary-3

ARE 3393  Art Curriculum & Teaching in Secondary Schools-3

ARE 4400   Student Teaching- 12

ARE 4403   Seminar – 2

ART 3300    Visual Studies-Aesthetics-3 online or

PHL 3300* Philosophy of the Arts-3

 

               

Fall 2005 ART EDUCATION MAJOR:

0090 Writing

3

 

 

ART STUDIO REQUIREMENTS

 

WIG

(36)

0090 Math

3

 

 

FOUNDATION- 9 credits

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ART 2244 3-D Design                                              

3

 

 

WRITING = W  5 courses

 

W

 

ART 2248 Drawing                                                 

3

 

 

INFORMATION LITERACY=I 

3 courses

 

I

 

ART 2250 Figure Drawing                                     

3

 

 

GLOBAL  = G    3 courses

 

G

 

BREADTH – 9 credits

 

 

 

PRAXIS I

 

 

 

a. 2-D/Media – 3 credits

 

 

 

PRAXIS II

 

 

 

ART 2218 Photography

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

ART 3261 Waterbase Media

3

 

 

Gen. Ed Requirements

 

 

(10)

ART 3301 Painting

3

 

 

UNV 1100

1

 

 

ART 3331 Printmaking

3

 

 

COM 1101

3

 

 

ART 3345 2-D Fibers

3

 

 

ENG 1112

3

 W

 

ART 3393 Special Topics

3

 

 

ENG 3313

3

W

 

b. 3-D/Spatial – 3 credits

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ART 2238 MultiCult Crafts

3

 

 

WELLNESS

 

 

(3)

ART 3271 Ceramics

3

G

 

HPE 1101

1

 

 

ART 3281 Sculpture

3

 

 

HPE 1101

1

 

 

ART 3346 3-D Fibers

3

 

 

HPE 1101

1

 

 

ART 3351 Jewelry  

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

ART 3393 Special Topics

3

 

 

FINE ARTS

 

 

(3)

 

 

 

 

ARH 1101 Intro to Art

3

 

 

c. Digital/Graphics – 3 credits

 

 

 

HUMANITIES

 

 

(6)

GRA 1101 Intro to Graphic Des

3

 

 

PHL 3300 Phil of the Arts*

 

G

 

ART 3330 Digital Photography

3

 

 

OR (ART 3300 Visual Studies OL)

 

 

 

ART 3342 Advertising, Design, Ltr

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

ART 3365 Computer Art

3

 

 

LANG & LIT

 

 

(6)

ART 3393 Special Topics

3

 

 

ENG  Literature

3

W

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DEPTH – 12 credits

 

 

 

NATURAL SCI/LAB

 

 

(6)

a. 3000-4000 studios in one cluster concentration                                   

6

 

 

Lab Science

4

 

 

b. 3000-4000 studio electives

6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MATHEMATICS

 

 

(3)

ART HISTORY – 6 credits

 

 

 

MA                                 

3

 

 

ARH 3331 Modern Art

3

 

 

SOCIAL SCIENCE

 

 

 

(9)

One of the following:         

 

 

 

PSY 1101 Intro to PSY

3

 

 

ARH 3330 African Art

3

 

 

ED 2205 Ed Psych

3

 

 

ARH 4409 Women in Art

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

PROFESSIONAL BLOCK

 

 

(32)

GEN ED ELECTIVES

 

 

(9)

ED 1102 Intro. To Ed

3

 

 

ART 2240 (2-D Design)

3

 

 

ARE 2211 Intro to Art Ed

3

 

 

MATH

3

 

 

SPE 3275 Incl. of Diverse Learners

3

 

 

 

 

 

 

ARE 3390 Elementary Art

3

GW

 

Total Gen Ed Credits

 

 

(52)

ARE 3393 Secondary Art

3

GW

 

Entry Date:

 

 

 

ARE 4403 Seminar         

2

 

 

Transfer Student?

 

 

 

ARE 4400 St. Teaching           

12

 

 

Expected Graduation Date:

 

 

 

ART 3300 Visual Studies (online)

3

 

 

Total:  120 Semester Hours

 

 

120

   OR PHL 3300 Phil of Arts*

 

 

(68)

Fall 05

FALL 2003 ART EDUCATION MAJOR:   

0090 Writing

3

CORE REQUIREMENTS

  (36)

0090 Math

3

ART 2244 3-D Design                    3

 

 

 

ART 2248 Drawing                         3

 

Gen. Ed

(10)

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UNV 1100                                       1

 

ART 3261 Waterbase                      3

COM 1101                                      3

 

ART 3351 Jewelry                          3

 

ENG 1112                                       3

 

ART 3271 Ceramics                       3

 

ENG 3313                                       3

 

ART 3281 Sculpture                       3

 

 

 

ART 3365 Computer Art                3

 

WELLNESS

 (3)

ART 3331 Printmaking                   3

 

HPE 1100                                        2

 

ART  2238 MC Crafts                    3           

 

HPE 1101                                        1

 

ART 2218 Photography                  3

 

HPE 1101                                        1

 

 

 

HPE 1101                                        1

 

ART 3300 Visual Studies               3

 

 

 

ARH 3331 History of Mod. Art      3

 

FINE ARTS

 (3)

 

 

MU 1101                                         3

 

PROFESSIONAL BLOCK

  (29)

THT 1110                                        3

 

ED 1102 Intro. To Ed                      3

 

 

 

SPE 3275 Incl. of Diverse Learners        3

 

HUMANITIES

(6)

ARE 3390 Elementary Art              3

 

 

 

ARE 3393 Secondary Art               3

 

 

 

ARE 2211 Intro to art ed                 3

 

 

 

ARE 4403 Seminar                         2          

 

LANG & LIT

(6)

ARE 4400 St. Teaching                12           

 

ENG                                                 3

 

 

 

 

 

Writing

 

NATURAL SCI/LAB

(6)

1.

 

 

 

2.

 

 

 

3.

 

LAB                                                

 

4.

 

 

 

5.

 

MATHEMATICS

(3)

Information Literacy (2)

 

MA                                                  3                                   

 

1.

 

 

 

2.

 

SOCIAL SCIENCE

(9)

Global (2)

 

PSY 1101 Intro to PSY                   3

 

1.

 

ED PSY 2205                                  3

 

2.

 

 

 

PRAXIS I                

 

 

 

PRAXIS II

 

GEN ED ELECTIVES

(9)

 

 

ARH 1101 (Intro to Art)                 3

 

Entry Date

 

ART 2240 (2-D Design)                  3

 

Transfer Student?

 

MATH                                             3

 

Expected Graduation Date

 

 

55

 

65

                                                               Total: 120 Semester hours

 

Fall 03          

 


 

 

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