Cochise College

CATALOG 2013-14

Secondary Art Education - Associate of Arts (Major Code - SEAE)

The Secondary Art Education Associate of Arts degree is designed for secondary education majors. To ensure seamless transfer, students must develop their specific program of study in close coordination with a Cochise College advisor.

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GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS (AGEC-A)

35 CREDITS

Composition

ENG 101 ( ENG 1101)

3

English Composition

ENG 102 ( ENG 1102)

3

Mathematics

MAT 142 or higher

3-5

Laboratory sciences

 

8

Arts

 

3

Humanities

 

3

Social and behavioral sciences

 

6

General education electives*

 

4-6

Six credits of arts, humanities, social and behavioral sciences, or general education electives must be chosen from the current listing of intensive writing courses. See www.cochise.edu/AGEC.

LANGUAGE REQUIREMENT**

0-16 CREDITS

Non-English language

Second- or fourth-semester proficiency

CORE CURRICULUM

21 CREDITS

Design Fundamentals

ART 103

3

Drawing I

ART 106 ( ART 1111)

3

Survey of World Art: Prehistoric-Gothic

ART 107 ( ART 1101)

3

Survey of World Art: Renaissance through the 20th Century

ART 108 ( ART 1102)

3

Three-Dimensional Design and Sculpture

ART 231 ( ART 1115)

3

Introduction to Education

EDU 201

3

Introduction to Special Education

EDU 222

OR

Cultural Diversity in Education

EDU 226

3

ELECTIVES
(AS NEEDED TO COMPLETE 64 CREDITS)***

 

TOTAL DEGREE REQUIREMENTS

64 CREDITS

*General education electives must be chosen from the general education course list. See www.cochise.edu/AGEC.

**University non-English language requirements vary. Check with your advisor.

***Elective courses must be transferable to the university or universities to which the student plans to transfer. See www.aztransfer.com. The Art Department recommends a painting or ceramics course. For a two-dimensional emphasis, select ART 216, ART 230, ART 245, ART 280, ART 281, ART 286, ART 295,or ART 296; for a three-dimensional emphasis, select ART 250, ART 255, ART 270, or ART 290.

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