Skip to Main Content

News

Events

  • May 9: Graduate Commencement Ceremony
  • May 9: University Commencement Ceremony
  • May 10: College Commencement Ceremonies
  • More >

News

Events

News

Events

  • May 9: Graduate Commencement Ceremony
  • May 9: University Commencement Ceremony
  • May 10: College Commencement Ceremonies
  • More >

News

Events

  • May 9: Graduate Commencement Ceremony
  • May 9: University Commencement Ceremony
  • May 10: College Commencement Ceremonies
  • More >

News

Events

  • May 9: Graduate Commencement Ceremony
  • May 9: University Commencement Ceremony
  • May 10: College Commencement Ceremonies
  • More >

News

Events

  • May 9: Graduate Commencement Ceremony
  • May 9: University Commencement Ceremony
  • May 10: College Commencement Ceremonies
  • More >

Teaching Licensure

You are in the main content

 

Welcome continuing students as well as the incoming class of 2017!

art ed 3

Students can earn a K-12 teaching licensure by completing course work in art education, education and psychology, and student teaching.

art ed 4

Students can earn a K-12 teaching licensure by completing course work in art education, education and psychology, and student teaching.













Teaching Licensure

Degree Checklist

In addition to the general education and academic major requirements, students desiring pre-kindergarten — 12 teaching licensure in art must complete 19 credits of additional course work in art education, education and psychology, and 16 credits of student teaching. It is necessary to be admitted to the teacher education program prior to enrolling in professional education courses. For a complete description of admission and retention policies and procedures for teacher education, refer to the College of Education. Students seeking licensure are encouraged to consult regularly with the program coordinator of art education.

The undergraduate degree leading to licensure must include the following minimum requirements in art:

• Nine credits must be earned in art history and art appreciation.
• Six credits must be earned in ceramics and crafts, with a minimum of one course in ceramics.
• Six credits must be earned in three-dimensional media.
• Twelve credits must be earned in two-dimensional media.
• Twenty-seven studio credits, with a minimum of six credits in each of three separate studio areas.

Dr. Katherine A. Schwartz, Art Education Coordinator, Professor of Art and Art Education
Ph.D. University of Arizona; M.S. Florida State University; B.S. Radford University
schwarka@jmu.edu 540.568.6464