The Arts Integration and Learning Certificate consists of 15 credits. Students must achieve a grade point average of 2.5 or above in all courses counting towards the Certificate. Courses counting for the Certificate may not be taken on a credit/no credit basis.
|Teaching and Learning Course||3|
|Choose one of the following:|
|Introduction to Art Education|
|Literacy 3: Introduction to New Literacies|
|Reading in the Content Areas: Middle, Junior, and Senior High School|
|Literature for the Young Child|
|Introduction to Community Art|
|Art and Design Workshop:|
|Multicultural Art and Visual Learning in Elementary Education|
|Learning Processes in Art Education|
|Field Work in Curriculum and Instruction:|
|Curricular Applications of the Internet|
|Current Topics in Curriculum and Instruction:|
|Arts in Community Service|
|Improvisation for Dancemaking|
|Creating Dance in the Community|
|Teaching Dance in Community Settings|
|Making Music Connections with Children|
|Theatre and Social Change|
|How to be a Teaching Artist|
|ART ED 489||Art Education Workshop:|
|or CURRINS 500||Workshop in Curriculum and Instruction:|
Location: Theatre 120
Hours: M–Th 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. | Fri. 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. (closed on university holidays)
Contact: 414-229-4763 | Contact Form
Academic advising is an important aspect of long-term academic success. At the Peck School of the Arts, we offer professional advising in the undergraduate disciplines of art, dance, film, music and theatre.
Our advisors provide students with individualized appointments to assist them in areas such as: degree requirements, major options, course selection, campus resources, college success strategies, graduation assessment, academic policies and procedures, and more.
For more information please visit the Peck School of the Arts advising and student services page.