ARED 6900. Special Topics in Art and Art Education. 1-3 Hours.
A special course designed to fit a special need in the curriculum. May be used for a study abroad course or for inter-sessions as is appropriate. May be repeated for up to six hours of graduate credit.
ARED 7670. Aesthetic Inquiry and Art Criticism. 3 Hours.
Prerequisites: Nine semester hours of art history or equivalent background. This course will focus on aesthetics and critical methods for art and art education. Field applications of critical methods and/or issues related to aesthetics are required.
ARED 7900. Directed Study in Art Education. 1-3 Hours.
Prerequisites: Approval of the instructor and department head. Selected individual problems in art education as defined by the student with the approval and guidance of the supervising instructor. May be repeated for credit.