MAJOR PROGRAM IN ART EDUCATION
ART CERTIFICATION IN ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION
Undergraduate students can earn a B.S. in Art Education. The successful completion of this program, consisting of a minimum of 120 credits, fulfills the requirements of the Connecticut Initial Educators Certificate and permits the graduate to apply for certification to teach art in both elementary and secondary schools. Acceptance into the art education program is provisional until the end of the sophomore year. A minimum of a 2.7 QPR in all college-level courses taken is required for admission to major status in the junior year and is also a prerequisite for the student teaching assignment.
For more information about the B.S. in art education program, please see the undergraduate catalog.