AEG 500. Great Books in Art Education. (1.5 Credits)

Offered at: CUW

AEG 501. The Historical Bases of Art Ed. (3 Credits)

surveys the history of educational practices and the major philosophic, theoretical, and methodological foundations that underpin the evolution and development of art education in American elementary and secondary schools. Emphasis will be on 19th and early 20th century ideas and practices - 3 credits.

Prerequisite: None

AEG 510. Developmental Issues in Art Ed. (3 Credits)

studies the physical growth, emotional and intellectual development, and the mastery of visually expressive skills of children, pre-adolescents, and adolescents and their relationship to artistic behaviors and creative operations. Visual learning behaviors and their consequences are also studied for the influence on social growth and the enculturation process - 3 credits.

Prerequisite: None

Offered at: CUW

AEG 521. Contemp Readings in Art Ed. (3 Credits)

draws upon recent literature related to the field of art education for purposes of study and discussion. Emphasis will be upon a selection of readings of the past two decades that deepens knowledge and insights into issues currently confronting the field. Emphasis will be upon independent inquiry, individual presentations of subject matter, and group discussions related to assigned readings and the selected readings of participants - 3 credits.

Prerequisite: None

AEG 522. Modrn/Post-Mod&Classroon Pract. (3 Credits)

AEG 530. Digital Photography I. (3 Credits)

AEG 531. Modern Practices in Art Ed. (3 Credits)

examines the philosophic, theoretical, and methodological grounds for practices in art education at all levels of instruction in public, private, and parochial schools from WWI to the present. Special emphasis will be given to post-WWII era curricular initiatives and instructional practices advocated and/or supported by foundations, special interest groups, government agencies, and public institutions (e.g. museums) as well as by leading art educators and general educationists - 3 credits.

Prerequisite: None

AEG 533. Teach Art with Art. (3 Credits)

presents ways in which historic and contemporary masterworks of art can be used to enhance kindergarten through twelfth-grade art curriculum. The use of the art museum, works of art, and environment as a primary resource for instruction will be emphasized. A wide range of curricular guides, visual reference materials, reproductions, and commercially developed resource materials are examined for their efficacy in the teaching of art with art - 3 credits.

Prerequisite: None

AEG 535. Docent Training:MAM. (3 Credits)

AEG 536. Lecture Series:MAM. (3 Credits)

AEG 537. Docent Training:MAM. (3 Credits)

AEG 538. Lecture Series:MAM. (3 Credits)

AEG 540. Curriculum Design in Art Ed. (3 Credits)

studies a wide range of curricular rationales and formats used to articulate programs of study in the visual arts in public, private, and parochial at all levels on instruction. Curriculum models are developed and tested. Special emphasis is given to the generation of developmentally appropriate instructional plans and to the use of art history and criticism with studio-based curricula - 3 credits.

Prerequisite: None

Offered at: CUW

AEG 542. Meth Tchng/Learn in Art Class. (3 Credits)

Offered at: CUW

AEG 544. Assessment & Evaluation in Art. (3 Credits)

Offered at: CUW

AEG 549. Calligraphy and Illumination. (3 Credits)

AEG 550. Integrative Iss in Art Ed. (3 Credits)

addresses issues, opinions, and strategies related to the integration of instruction in the visual arts with other subject areas of K through 12 curricula at all levels of instruction in public, private, and parochial schools. Special emphasis is given to the integration of visual arts instruction and curricula in language arts, science, social studies, and the other art forms—music, dance, literature, and theater - 3 credits.

Prerequisite: None

Offered at: CUW

AEG 551. Lect Series:Art Hist & Art. (3 Credits)

AEG 560. Special Topics in Art Ed. (3 Credits)

examines a specific art education topic in depth for a full semester. The single topic will be considered in a given semester will be identified—e.g. (COURSE NO.) SEMINAR: MUSEUM EDUCATION— and addressed through lectures, intensive study and research, independent readings by students, class discussions, group reports and/or presentations, and term papers. Topics for this special seminar will be selected by the graduate art education faculty for their relevancy, currency and important to practices in art education. These topics will include titles such as Museum education, Art and Language, Cognition and Sensation, Research Methods for Art Education, Assessment and Evaluation in Art Curricula, The Philosophic Bases of Art Education, Art Education and Urban Schooling, The Role of Art Education in Parochial Schools, and Utilizing Community Resources in the Teaching of Art - 3 credits.

Prerequisite: None

Offered at: CUW

AEG 565. Painting II. (3 Credits)

AEG 580. Studio Workshop. (2,3 Credits)

presents in-depth studio exercises that relate to a particular expressive form in the visual arts. A variety of workshops will be offered under this course title, each requiring a full semester of engagement with a specific art form. Any studio workshop to be offered in a given semester will be specifically identified—e.g. (COURSE NUMBER) STUDIO PRACTICES IN ART EDUCATION: TWO-DIMENSIONAL PRACTICES—and taught through lectures, technical demonstrations, independent inquiry, and studio exercises. Each studio workshop will be selected by the Graduate Faculty in Art Education for its relevance, currency, and importance to practices in Art Education. These workshops will include titles such as: Two-Dimensional Practices, Three- Dimensional Practices, Design Structures and Applications, Multiple Image Processes (Printmaking, Photography, and Computer), Fiber Arts, and Art in Public Places. 3 credits for each special topics seminar.

Prerequisite: None

Offered at: CUW

AEG 582. Creative Educator's Inst:MIAD. (3 Credits)

AEG 585. Studio Mentorship:MIAD. (3 Credits)

AEG 586. Studio Mentorship:MIAD. (3 Credits)

AEG 587. Studio Mentorship:MIAD. (3 Credits)

AEG 588. Studio Mentorship:MIAD. (3 Credits)

AEG 589. Studio Mentorship:MIAD. (3 Credits)

AEG 590. Technology in Art Ed. (3 Credits)

addresses the use of the computer and other electronic technologies to meet the needs of the art teacher in developing and presenting visually-based instructional materials, in managing and maintaining student performance records, and in developing and utilizing database and visual retrieval systems for a wide range of subject matter specific to the teaching of art. Special emphasis is placed on the technological support of curricula and program management in art education at all levels of instruction - 3 credits.

Prerequisite: None

Offered at: CUW

AEG 591. Fibers. (3 Credits)

AEG 595. Loom Weaving Fundamentals. (3 Credits)

AEG 598. Applied Design. (3 Credits)

AEG 599. Independent Study. (1-6 Credits)

AEG 600. Digital Design 1. (3 Credits)

AEG 601. Digital Design 11. (3 Credits)

AEG 610. Design 1-2-Dim Design. (3 Credits)

AEG 611. 2-D Composition. (3 Credits)

AEG 620. Extended Exp in Art Education. (3 Credits)

provides students with opportunities to extend their range of experiences in the study of Art Education and, in doing so, to increase insight into and understanding of social and professional contexts, theories, practices, curricular issues, practitioners, and subject matter that relates to the field. A variety of special opportunities that are usually non-scholastic in character and setting will be offered under this course title, each requiring the equivalent of a full semester of study and engagement. Any course offering will be specifically identified—e.g. (COURSE NUMBER) EXTENDED EXPERIENCES IN ART EDUCATION-FIELD APPLICATIONS—and taught and/or monitored through specifically guided activities, direct observations, reports, professional demonstrations, and academic and/or studio-like exercises. Each extended experience will be designed or evaluated by the Graduate Faculty in Art Education and assigned credit value for its relevancy, currency, and importance to practices in the teaching of art at all levels. These extended experiences will include titles such as Field Applications, Travel Study, Internships (Museum, Parks and Recreation, Schools, etc.), or Special Service Workshops (Scouting, Elderly Centers, Inner-City Programs), or Saturday or Summer Programs. 1 - 3 credits.

Prerequisite: None

Offered at: CUW

AEG 621. Design II (3D). (3 Credits)

AEG 622. Outdoor Drawing & Painting. (3 Credits)

AEG 627. Portfolio I. (0 Credits)

AEG 628. Portfolio II. (0 Credits)

AEG 629. Portfolio III. (0 Credits)

AEG 630. Printmaking. (3 Credits)

AEG 631. Photography 1. (3 Credits)

AEG 641. Drawing 1. (3 Credits)

AEG 645. Drawing II Assorted Media. (3 Credits)

AEG 658. Ceramics I. (3 Credits)

AEG 660. Curriculum Development I. (3 Credits)

is a two-semester thesis alternative and an optional capstone requirement for the program of study for the Master of Science Degree in Art Education. This two-course sequence permits the student to engage in concentrated curriculum writing for a specific teaching assignment or grade level. Guided curriculum work over the two semesters concludes with a thorough and complete curriculum document designed to be both developmentally appropriate and specific to a particular community demographic. 6 credits.

Prerequisite: None

Offered at: CUW

AEG 661. Curriculum Development II. (3 Credits)

is a two-semester thesis alternative and an optional capstone requirement for the program of study for the Master of Science Degree in Art Education. This two-course sequence permits the student to engage in concentrated curriculum writing for a specific teaching assignment or grade level. Guided curriculum work over the two semesters concludes with a thorough and complete curriculum document designed to be both developmentally appropriate and specific to a particular community demographic. 6 credits.

Prerequisite: None

Offered at: CUW

AEG 665. Painting I (Acrylic). (3 Credits)

AEG 670. Mentorship/Apprenticeship I. (3 Credits)

is a two-semester thesis alternative and an optional capstone requirement for the program of study for the Master of Science Degree in Art Education. This two-course sequence permits the student to identify and work closely with a master artist, craftsperson or art educator. Directed studio work over the two semesters concludes with a thoroughly developed body of work in a specific studio discipline. Work with an art educator would result in a written account of the engagement as well as a set of curriculum documents related to a specific medium, age level, or teaching situation. 6 credits.

Prerequisite: None

Offered at: CUW

AEG 671. Mentorship/Apprenticeship II. (3 Credits)

is a two-semester thesis alternative and an optional capstone requirement for the program of study for the Master of Science Degree in Art Education. This two-course sequence permits the student to identify and work closely with a master artist, craftsperson or art educator. Directed studio work over the two semesters concludes with a thoroughly developed body of work in a specific studio discipline. Work with an art educator would result in a written account of the engagement as well as a set of curriculum documents related to a specific medium, age level, or teaching situation. 6 credits.

Prerequisite: None

Offered at: CUW

AEG 675. Sculpture I. (3 Credits)

AEG 676. Sculpture II. (3 Credits)

AEG 679. Travel Study. (3 Credits)

AEG 680. Art Education Thesis. (3 Credits)

is the capstone requirement for the program of study for the Master of Science Degree in Art Education. This course supports a student’s independent initiative to define a problem or area of interest in the field of art education and to then pursue its resolution. Thesis students will select one of three formats for their study: a scholarly effort concluding with a major paper related to philosophy, theory, or practice; a body of work applied to their curricular practices, concluding with a major paper which describes the applied practice and analyzes the curricular insights gained from it; or a studio-centered project, developing new curricular structures and processes in a particular median. 3 credits.

Prerequisite: None

Offered at: CUW

AEG 681. Directed Course Work I. (3 Credits)

is a two-semester thesis alternative and a possible capstone requirement for the program of study for the Master of Science Degree in Art Education. Enrollment in AEG 681/682 requires the approval of the Director of the Graduate Program in Art Education. This two-course sequence consists of two courses selected in consultation with a member of the graduate art education faculty. Courses are selected based upon the perceived needs of the student and student interests. 3 credits.

Prerequisite: None

AEG 682. Directed Course Work II. (3 Credits)

is a two-semester thesis alternative and a possible capstone requirement for the program of study for the Master of Science Degree in Art Education. Enrollment in AEG 681/682 requires the approval of the Director of the Graduate Program in Art Education. This two-course sequence consists of two courses selected in consultation with a member of the graduate art education faculty. Courses are selected based upon the perceived needs of the student and student interests. 3 credits.

Prerequisite: None

AEG 685. Art History I. (3 Credits)

AEG 686. Art History II. (3 Credits)

AEG 687. Student Teach in Art Ed:Elem. (3 Credits)

Offered at: CUW

AEG 688. Student Teach in Art Ed:Second. (3 Credits)

Offered at: CUW

AEG 690. Applied Design:Fibers. (3 Credits)

AEG 691. Stained Glass. (3 Credits)

AEG 692. Special Projects I. (3 Credits)

Offered at: CUW

AEG 693. Special Projects II. (3 Credits)

Offered at: CUW

AEG 698. Applied Design. (3 Credits)

AEG 730. Printmaking. (3 Credits)

AEG 739. Film and Video Production. (3 Credits)

AEG 741. Drawing III. (3 Credits)

AEG 758. Ceramics II. (3 Credits)

AEG 765. Painting II. (3 Credits)

AEG 781. Aesthetics. (3 Credits)