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UNDERGRADUATE AND GRADUATE
PROGRAM CHANGE PROPOSALS
(for CPSP Review only)

LIST #1– 2003/2004

The Council on the Preparation of School Personnel will meet on
Wednesday, March 10, 2004, at 1:00 p.m. in the Orchard Suite, U.U., 2nd Floor,
to review the Program Proposals contained in this list.
(Response due to Academic Affairs by March 10, 2004)

Program Proposals

College of Arts & Letters
College of Education


 

COLLEGE OF ARTS & LETTERS

Department of Art

SUBSTANTIVE CHANGE

Subject Matter Program (Pre-Credential Preparation)

The Art subject matter program for the single subject teaching credential should be revised to include the following new studio and art history courses:
Computer technology is a NASAD and CCTC requirement for all future art teachers, therefore, ART 97 Beginning Electronic Art should be inserted into the core areas and ART 197 Intermediate Electronic Art into the breath and depth area of the pre-credential program.

Last year, the art department hired an art historian who specializes in Asian Art and she has developed two new courses, ART 117A Art of India and Southeast Asia and ART 117B Art of China and Japan. Also, our contemporary art historian has developed two new courses, ART 111 Latin American and Latino Art and ART 112 Contemporary Art. These are important art history courses because they include historical and contemporary issues on North/South American, Asian, Indian and Japanese art and cultures. We request that these new art history courses be added to the Depth and Breadth area of our pre credential program.

The ART 132 Early Childhood Art has been deleted because it is no longer active.

Studio Art 53 Beginning Hand-Built Ceramics has been inserted in the core area because it is a prerequisite for the upper division ART 153 Hand-Built Ceramics course.

The art department requests that these changes be included in the 2004-2006 Catalogue.

NEW PROGRAM
OLD PROGRAM

A: Core Courses (33 Units)

(3) Art 001A
Art in the Western World: From Stone Age
to End of Middle Ages

(3) ART 001B
Art in the Western World: From
Renaissance to Present

(3) ART 020A
Beginning Drawing

(3) ART 021
Painting (ART 020A or equivalent)

(3) ART 040A
Basis Printmaking: Survey OR
(3) ART 040D
Basic Printmaking: Relief OR
(3) ART 040E
Basic Printmaking: Silk-screen

(3) Art 050
Beginning Ceramics OR
(3) Art 053
Beginning Hand-Built Ceramics

(3) Art 097
Electronic Art

(3) ART 130
Aesthetics and Art Criticism

(3) ART 133
Understanding and Creating Art
(Upper division status)

(3) ART 135
Secondary School Art Education (ART 133
or instructor permission)

(3) Art 137 Art for Exceptional Children

B. Breadth and Perspective Courses (15 units)
(3) Select one of the following:

ART 020B
Intermediate Drawing (ART 020A or equivalent)

ART 024
Watercolor (ART 020A or equivalent)

ART 027
Beginning Color



ART 060
Two-Dimensional Composition

ART 070
Form, Space and Vision

ART 074
Beginning Jewelry Design

ART 080
Materials and Methods

ART 088
Sculpture

 

 


 


(3) Select one of the following:


Art 120
Advanced Drawing (ART 020B or equivalent)

ART 121
Advanced Painting (ART 021 or equivalent)

ART 124
Advanced Watercolor (ART 024 or equivalent)

ART 125
Life Studio (ART 020A or equivalent)

ART 145
Advanced Printmaking

ART 148
Barrio Art for Ethnic Groups

Art 160
Photography in the Arts (One semester of
basic photography or instructor permission)

Art 197
Intermediate Electronic Art

(3) Select one of the following

ART 150
Advanced Ceramics ( Art 050 or
equivalent, or instructor permission)

Art 153
Hand-Built Ceramic Techniques
(ART 053 or instructors permission)

Art 180
Figure Sculpture (Art 20 A or equivalent)

(6) Select two of the following:

Art 100
Origins of American Indian Art

Art 101
Art and Photography

Art 103
Greco-Roman Art (Art
001 or equivalent)

Art 105
Medieval Art (ART 001A or equivalent)

Art 106
Renaissance Art (Art 001A or
ART 001B or equivalent)

Art 107
Baroque and Rococo Art (ART 001B or equivalent)

Art 108
19th Century Art (ART 001B or equivalent)

Art 109
20th Century Art (ART 001B or equivalent)

Art 110
American Art (ART 001B or equivalent)

Art 111 Latin American and Latino Art

Art 112
Contemporary Art (ART 001B or equivalent)

Art 117A
Art of India and Southeast Asia East Asia

Art 117B
Art of China and Japan

Art 118
Modern Architecture


A. Core Courses (30 Units)

(3) ART 001A
Art in the Western World: From Stone Age
to End of Middle Ages

(3) ART 001B
Art in the Western World: From
Renaissance to Present

(3) ART 020A
Beginning Drawing

(3) ART 021
Painting (ART 020A or equivalent)

(3) ART 040A
Basis Printmaking: Survey OR
ART 040D
Basic Printmaking: Relief OR
ART 040E
Basic Printmaking: Silk-screen

(3) ART 050
Beginning Ceramics

 



(3) ART 130
Aesthetics and Art Criticism

(3) ART 133
Understanding and Creating Art
(Upper division status)

(3) ART 135
Secondary School Art Education (ART 133
or instructor permission)



B. Breadth and Perspective Courses (18 units)

(3) Select one of the following:

ART 020B
Intermediate Drawing (ART 020A or equivalent)

ART 024
Watercolor (ART 020A or equivalent)

ART 027
Beginning Color

ART 053
Beginning Hand-built Ceramics

ART 060
Two-Dimensional Composition

ART 070
Form, Space and Vision

ART 074
Beginning Jewelry Design

ART 080
Materials and Methods

ART 088
Sculpture

(3) Select one of the following:

ART 132
Early Childhood Art

ART 137
Art for Exceptional Children

(3) Select one of the following:

ART 120
Advanced Drawing (ART 020B or equivalent)

ART 121
Advanced Painting (ART 021 or equivalent)

ART 124
Advanced Watercolor (ART 024 or equivalent)

ART 125
Life Studio (ART 020A or equivalent)


ART 145
Advanced Printmaking

ART 148
Barrio Art for Ethnic Groups


Art 160
Photography in the Arts (One semester of
basic photography or instructor permission)


 

(3) Select one of the following:

Art 150
Advanced Ceramics (ART 050 or
equivalent, or instructor permission)

ART 153
Hand-Built Ceramic Techniques
(ART 053 or instructor permission)

Art 180
Figure sculpture (Art 20A or instructor permission)

(6) Select two of the following:

Art 100
Origins of American Indian Art

Art 101
Art and Photography

Art 103
Greco-Roman Art (ART
001A or equivalent)

Art 105
Medieval Art (ART 001A or equivalent)

Art 106
Renaissance Art (ART 001A or
ART 001B or equivalent)

Art 107
Baroque and Rococo Art (ART 001B or equivalent)

Art 108
19th Century Art (ART 001B or equivalent)

Art 109
20th Century Art (ART 001B or equivalent)

Art 110
American Art (ART 001B or equivalent)

 

 

 

 



Art 118
Modern Architecture

 

 

 

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

Department of Child Development

SUBSTANTIVE CHANGE

Child Development Minor
Changes in the Child Development Major B program last spring, pursuant to new State Commission on Teacher Credentialing standards, resulted in changes in unit totals for some courses as well as the addition of some new courses in Child Development. Some of these courses are also included in the Child Development Minor. This proposal revises the minor to reflect these changes.

NEW PROGRAM
OLD PROGRAM

Total Units Required: 20

(3) CHDV 30 Human Development OR
(3) CHDV 35 Child and Adolescent Development

(3) CHDV 131 Language Development

(3) CHDV 133 Research in Human Development

(4) CHDV 137 Cognitive Development

(4) CHDV 138 Social/Emotional Development

(3) Elective - selected from list of approved electives in the Child Development Major A Handbook



Total Units Required: 22

(3) CHDV 30 Human Development


(3) CHDV 131 Language Development

(3) CHDV 133 Research in Human Development

(5) CHDV 137 Cognitive Development

(5) CHDV 138 Social/Emotional Development

(3) Elective - selected from list of approved electives in the Child Development Major A Handbook