Arts, Bachelor of Fine Arts (B.F.A.) with a concentration in art education

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The Bachelor of Fine Arts in Arts with a concentration in art education is an approved teacher preparation program that complies with the professional standards of the Virginia Department of Education and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. It is further accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education and the National Association of Schools of Art and Design. All of these agencies assure the highest professional program standards. Graduates of the program are eligible for Virginia teacher licensure to teach art in pre-kindergarten through grade 12. Student learning outcomes Upon completing this program, students will know and know how to do the following: Students will develop a professional philosophical position about the relevance and importance of art education. Students will implement/acquire a variety of art instructional strategies that reflect an understanding of the artistic, cognitive, emotional and social development of children, as well as national, state and local curricular standards and assessment techniques, in order to meet the needs of diverse learners. Students will be able to create and adapt learning environments that address the needs of all students. Students will be able to design assessment methods to measure student knowledge and skills, improve student learning and further professional practice. Students will teach art in ways that engage traditional and contemporary artists (diverse in regards to gender, ethnicity, sexual identity, social class and other dimensions of identity). Students will seek internships, service-learning positions and local, national and international experiences that lead to research and deepen engagement with diverse communities.

Fashion, Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) with a concentration in fashion merchandising

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The major in fashion merchandising requires a strong background in marketing, business and specialized professional courses with an emphasis on globalism. Students are directed toward assignments that will develop their skills in research, writing, presentation and critical thinking. Graduates find career opportunities in fashion forecasting, product development, advertising and promotion, retail management, buying, and international marketing. Internships provide not only experience but industry contacts, and are strongly recommended. They may be conducted primarily during the summer semester. Study abroad programs are readily available for fashion merchandising majors. Student learning outcomes Upon completing this program, students will know and know how to do the following: Implement technical skills: The program will provide students with technical knowledge and skills of contemporary computer software. Utilize problem-solving: Apply quantitative and qualitative skills to problem-solving within the apparel industry. Students will be familiar with the various levels of the fashion industry, and understand how the different business levels and segments intersect. Students will have knowledge of numerous occupations in the fashion industry. Understand the fashion industry and its occupations: Students will understand the workings of the wholesale segment of the fashion industry including market segmentation, buyer behavior and career opportunities. Numerous simulations and outside evaluators will be used. Understand the wholesale industry: Students will understand how theoretical perspectives on markets, trade and economic development can be applied to historical and current data on production, consumption and trade. Understand global economics: Students will understand how theoretical perspectives on markets, trade and economic development can be applied to historical and current data on production, consumption and trade. Application of the design principles: Students will successfully apply the elements and principles of design to various fashion-related projects and presentations. Knowledge of the theory of contemporary fashion: Students will be aware of the historical significance of fashion in contemporary history. Application of merchandising math: Students will demonstrate understanding of the fashion buyer’s job with regard to merchandise planning and control.

Department of Music

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Department of Music

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arts.vcu.edu/music VCU Music: Educating musicians...of music performances. Approximately 250 students choose to...

The Honors College

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...achieving undergraduates a liberal arts college experience within...HONR 200 and HONR 250 ) that emphasize those...

Physical Therapy, Doctor of (D.P.T.)

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...research project, work of art, thesis or dissertation...least 600 (score of 250 on computerized exam...

Biochemistry, Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)

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...using state-of-the-art approaches in enzymology...scores of 600 (pBT), 250 (cBT) or 100...

Neuroscience, Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)

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...incorporating state-of-the-art technological advances in...score of 600 (pBT), 250 (cBT) or 100...

Anatomy and Neurobiology, Master of Science (M.S.)

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...research project, work of art, thesis or dissertation...score of 100 (IBT), 250 (CBT) or 600...

Human Genetics, Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)

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...research project, work of art, thesis or dissertation...scores of 600 (pBT), 250 (cBT) or 100...

Microbiology and Immunology, Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)

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...research project, work of art, thesis or dissertation...scores of 600 (pBT), 250 (cBT) or 100...

Pharmacology and Toxicology, Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)

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...research project, work of art, thesis or dissertation...scores of 600 (pBT), 250 (cBT) or 100...

Physiology and Biophysics, Master of Science (M.S.)

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...research project, work of art, thesis or dissertation...score of 100 (IBT), 250 (CBT) or 600...

Department of Focused Inquiry

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...and the humanities/fine arts breadth of knowledge...program (offered in UNIV 250 and UNIV 251...

Health Administration, Master of (M.H.A.)

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...research project, work of art, thesis or dissertation...of 600 (paper-based), 250 (computer-based) minimum...

ARTE 250. Computer Technology in Art Education. 3 Hours.

Semester course; 2 lecture and 3 studio hours. 3 credits. For art education majors only. The use of computer as a tool for creating electronic imagery, as a filtering mechanism for traditional media and to develop teaching materials for the pre-K through 12th-grade classroom. The course includes an introduction to presentation technology, digital imaging and Web page design. Ethical and copyright issues related to new technologies will be addressed.

ARTS 250. Working Your Arts Degree. 1 Hour.

Semester course; 1 seminar hour (delivered online). 1 credit. Enrollment is restricted to students in the School of the Arts. This is a decision-making course for individuals focusing on the process of education and career and professional planning. Through exploration of various educational, career and professional options students will identify paths suitable to their strengths and interests and emerge from the course with a plan for their continuing education, their profession or both.