AE 6050 Special Topics in Art Education
Credit Hours 3.0
Description

For teachers in elementary school and others not majoring in art education. Lecture, discussion, studio, and field experience.

AE 6200 Art for Preschool through Fifth Grade
Credit Hours 3.0
Prerequisites ART 1020, ART 1030, ART 1040 and two 1000-level art history courses with grades of C or higher, 2.5 institutional GPA, 3.0 GPA in art and art history courses
Description

Curriculum, materials and practicum. Lecture and laboratory.

AE 6300 Art for Middle and Secondary Schools (TE)
Credit Hours 3.0
Prerequisites AE 6200 with grade of B or higher and admission to the art education major (2.5 institutional GPA, 3.0 GPA in art and art history courses, passing scores on GACE Basic Skills test, and successful portfolio review)
Description

Curriculum materials, methods assessment and observations. Lecture and laboratory.

AE 6400 Media, Technology, and Visual Presentation
Credit Hours 4.0
Prerequisites AE 6200 and admission to the art education major (2.5 institutional GPA, 3.0 GPA in art and art history courses, passing scores on the GACE Basic Skills test, and successful portfolio review)
Description

Computer-based educational media, creative applications for technology and visual presentation. Lab Fee $40.00.

AE 6600 Art Education Practicum
Credit Hours 4.0
Prerequisites AE 6200, completed with B- or better; 2.5 overall GPA with 3.0 GPA in art courses; passed GACE test or equivalent
Description

Cross-listed with AE 4600. 16 hours per week of observations in the school setting with bi-weekly seminars (240 hours of observation per semester). This course is intended for graduate certification Art Education majors.

AE 6750 Student Teaching in Art (TE)
Credit Hours 3.0
Prerequisites consent of the instructor
Description

Observing, teaching, coordinating, and directing art experiences under the guidance of a supervising teacher.

AE 6760 Student Teaching in Art (TE)
Credit Hours 3.0
Prerequisites consent of the instructor
Description

Observing, teaching, coordinating, and directing art experiences under the guidance of a supervising teacher.

AE 6770 Student Teaching in Art (TE)
Credit Hours 3.0
Prerequisites consent of the instructor
Description

Observing, teaching, coordinating, and directing art experiences under the guidance of a supervising teacher.

AE 6780 Student Teaching in Art (TE)
Credit Hours 3.0
Prerequisites consent of the instructor
Description

Observing, teaching, coordinating, and directing art experiences under the guidance of a supervising teacher.

AE 6785 Internship I
Credit Hours 3.0
Prerequisites Successful completion of Praxis I or equivalent, AE 6200 with grade of B or higher or concurrent with consent of instructor, admission to the art education major (2.5 institutional GPA, 3.0 GPA in art and art history courses, and successful portfolio review)
Description

Full-time internship in an elementary, middle school, or high school setting. Students will be supervised on site by Georgia State University faculty. Responsibilites will include lesson planning, curriculum development, and classroom management.

AE 6786 Internship I Seminar
Credit Hours 3.0
Prerequisites Praxis I or equivalent; 2.5 institutional GPA; 3.0 GPA in all Art and Art History courses; successful completion of AE 6200 with grade of B or higher, or concurrently with consent of instructor; concurrent enrollment in AE 6785
Description

Seminar designed to support and extend Internship I through reading, reflective response, creative projects, teaching portfolio and seminar discussion.

AE 6795 Internship II
Credit Hours 3.0
Prerequisites Praxis I or equivalent, successful completion of AE 6200 or concurrently with consent of the instructor, successful completion of AE 6785 with grade of B or higher, Internship I, 2.5 institutional GPA, 3.0 GPA in art and art history courses
Description

Full-time internship in an elementary, middle school, or high school setting. Responsibilities will include self-assessment of teaching performance, creating instructional resources, and integrating art into the larger curriculum.

AE 6796 Internship II Seminar
Credit Hours 3.0
Prerequisites Praxis I or equivalent; 2.5 institutional GPA; 3.0 GPA in all art and art history courses; successful completion of AE 6200 with grade of B or higher, or concurrently with consent of instructor; concurrent enrollment in AE 6795
Description

Seminar designed to support and extend AE 6795, Internship II. Responsibilities will include reading, creating instruction resources, teaching portfolio and integrating art into the larger curriculum.

AE 6850 Visiting Scholar Seminar
Credit Hours 3.0
Prerequisites MA Ed status, or permission of area coordinator
Description

Specialized graduate course devoted to topics related to the Ernest G. Welch Visiting Scholar. The Visiting Scholar will be distinguished in his or her area of expertise and will teach on campus during his or her semester of residency.

AE 6900 Art Theory and Criticism in Art Education
Credit Hours 3.0
Prerequisites AE 6200 with grade of B or higher and admission to the art education major (2.5 institutional GPA, 3.0 GPA in art and art history courses, passing scores on the GACE Basic Skills test, and successful portfolio review)
Description

Topics include art criticism, aesthetics, and multiculturalism and how issues from these areas may impact curriculum in art classrooms. Methods and practicum.

AE 6980 Directed Study
Credit Hours 3.0 TO 6.0
Prerequisites consent of the instructor
Description

Not for students who are art education majors. Individual research. May be repeated for a maximum of twelve hours.

AE 8000 Introduction to Research in Art Education
Credit Hours 3.0
Description

Introduction to analyzing research in art education. Review of a variety of research methodologies and research tools. Prepare proposal for a thesis or terminal curriculum project.

AE 8010 Philosophy and Curriculum
Credit Hours 3.0
Prerequisites Certification in art education or consent of the instructor
Description

For M.A.Ed. and Ed.S. majors. Visual art curriculum development based on varying philosophies and techniques of creative learning.

AE 8020 Learning Theory
Credit Hours 3.0
Prerequisites Certification in art education or consent of the instructor
Description

For M.A.Ed. and Ed.S. majors. Educational implications of selected learning theories and research in the psychology of art.

AE 8030 Leadership and Supervision in Art Education
Credit Hours 3.0
Description

For M.A.Ed. and Ed.S. majors. Philosophical and practical foundations. Reflective teaching, evaluation and conferencing skills, peer coaching, leadership roles in art education. Required field experience.

AE 8050 Computer Imaging and Instructional Technology
Credit Hours 3.0
Prerequisites consent of the instructor
Description

For M.A.Ed. Majors and Ed.S. students. Use of the computer in the art room, Internet access, web pages, digital imaging.

AE 8060 Project in Art Education
Credit Hours 3.0
Prerequisites AE 8000 and consent of art education project committee
Description

Culminating course for master’s students selecting a curriculum project aligned with National Professional Teaching Board standards. Successful completion of a written curriculum project will stand in lieu of thesis.

AE 8100 Seminar in Art Education
Credit Hours 3.0
Prerequisites consent of the instructor
Description

May be repeated for a maximum of twelve credit hours. Selected topics for the art specialist. May include lecture, discussion, studio, and field experience.

AE 8200 Histories, Cultures, and Communities in Art Education
Credit Hours 3.0
Prerequisites M.A. Ed
Description

or consent of advisor. History of art education, historical development in relation to general education and American culture. Contemporary trends in art education; historical, cultural, social contexts and implications for the field.

AE 8300 Research in Art Education Prerequisites:
Credit Hours 3.0
Prerequisites admission to Ed Specialist program, AE 8010 and AE 8020
Description

Specialist-level option to fulfill art education research requirement and complete a specialist project proposal.

AE 8400 Aesthetics and Critical Theory Prerequisite: M.A. Ed
Credit Hours 3.0
Description

in art education or permission of art education advisor. Graduate-level course focusing on foundational readings in aesthetics and art criticism shaping the field of art education. Traditional view of disciplines; contemporary critical theory regarding art, visual culture, technology, and the environment as educational issues.

AE 8500 Directed Study
Credit Hours 3.0
Prerequisites consent of the instructor
Description

May be repeated for a maximum of twelve credit hours. Individual research and studio projects for M.A. Ed. and Ed.S. students.

AE 8980 Special Problems
Credit Hours 3.0
Prerequisites consent of the instructor and school director
Description

Contract outlining course content is required. May be repeated for a maximum of six credit hours.

AE 8999 Thesis Research
Credit Hours 1.0 TO 6.0
Prerequisites Consent of thesis advisor
Description