The B.S. in Art Teaching trains students to be successful, resourceful K-12 art teachers.
Art Teaching students learn the theory and practice of teaching art in schools. They will develop their own artistic and creative voice.
After completing the Art Teaching program, students earn the Minnesota K-12 Art Teaching Licensure.
Many Art Teaching graduates enjoy art teaching careers in Minnesota and across the U.S. Some even teach in Europe and Asia.
In the Art Teaching program, you will take a variety of courses.
- General Education courses for a broad liberal arts foundation
- Courses in History of Art and Studio Art for practical and theoretical knowledge
- Art Education courses to develop foundational skills for teaching K-12 art
- Professional Teacher Education courses on the science of teaching and learning
Art Teaching students are required to take part in the Junior Portfolio Review and the Senior Graduation Exhibitions. These exhibitions take place in the Watkins and Weber art galleries.
Go Beyond the Classroom
Our campus and the town of Winona offer a scenic and creative environment for all students.
- Great River Shakespeare Festival
- Minnesota Beethoven Festival,
- Frozen River Film Festival
- Midwest Music Festival