4. Acceptance into an area is by portfolio review.
Individual program areas require a portfolio review for acceptance into the area after the student has completed the survey course and one upper-level studio course but not more than two courses. Entrance is competitive and space is limited. Students not accepted into their preferred program or area of concentration should be prepared to seek alternative areas of concentration and/or degree programs.
5. An approved senior show and digital documentation of work exhibited are requirements for graduation.
6. Art education majors must demonstrate computer literacy before admittance to the upper division of teacher education.
This requirement can be met by verification of competency by experience or by taking a computer course.
7. Certification additionally requires demonstrated teaching competence and recommendations from the certifying institution.