For Future Students: Art
For Future Students: Art
The mission of the Art Education Program at Tennessee Tech University is to cultivate professional art educators who understand the discipline of art as skill development in creativity and innovation, understand the diversity of students and how they can successfully learn, and most importantly as art teachers to understand how to become empathic toward their future art students. The art education program is based upon state, regional and national visual arts standards and reflects TTU’s educational conceptual framework for the perpetration of “competent and caring professionals for a diverse, technological society.
View the requirements on http://www.tntech.edu/ugcurricula/art-education/ The degree program requires 120 hours of classes: 57 hours of Art including 16 hours of Studio Emphasis where they can choose from painting or craft classes such as clay, fiber, metal, wood or glass; 28 hours in Education; 35 hours in General Core Classes.
No, the majority of the art/education classes will be taught at the main campus in the Bryan Fine Arts Building. It is a 55,000 square foot structure that included 28 faculty with offices, studios and classrooms. The art education classroom is equipped with the most up to date technology in its computer lab. The painting studio also offers current technology and studio space for advanced painting students.
The majority of the studio emphasis classes are taught at the Appalachian Center for Craft a satellite campus near Smithville, TN located on the beautiful Center Hill Lake. There are 6 internationally recognized fine craft faculty with staff, offices, galleries and state of the art teaching studios. The Center promotes excellence in American Craft by teaching tradition and innovation in technique, concept and design.
TTU’s art education students will be involved in many field experiences in the local community and schools. Many of these experiences are from awarded grants to the art education program.
TTU no longer prints “hard-copies” of the undergraduate catalog. View the catalog online at http://www.tntech.edu/ugcat/.
Yes, click on the Financial Aid main webpage on the TTU website for the Federal Application for Student Aid (FAFSA), as well as Tennessee’s Lottery scholarship information.
Yes, for freshmen art educations students there is the Nichols’ Freshman Endowment Scholarship and the Bacchanal Scholarship. Each require juried portfolios.
You must apply in the fall by December 15th of each year to become eligible for spring awarded scholarships.
The requirements to be admitted to TTU can be reviewed on the Admissions Page of the TTU website.
Visit the Transfer Equivalency page on Tennessee Tech’s website for transfer equivalency tables and evaluation processes.
View the TTU Teacher Education website to review the requirements for admission to the Teacher Education Program. TTU also offers post-baccalaureate art education certification.
Please go to the Admissions section of this web site for complete details.
On this campus map, click on "Bryan Fine Arts Building." For most events, parking is available in the lot across Dixie Avenue from the building. Parking is un-restricted on evenings and weekends. Campus parking is restricted between the weekday hours of 7:45 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Visitors may obtain a one-day parking pass from University Police (Phone 931/372-3234).
On this campus map, click on #6 (Bryan Fine Arts Building) to view complete parking and accessibility information. If additional accommodations are required, please phone the Departmental Office at 931/372-3161 for further assistance.