ART - Art Instructor Qualifications -- ARCHIVE

 

Art History and Studio Art Instructor Qualifications Prior to June 2010

 

Studio Art courses Instructor

  • For Studio Art courses a Master of Fine Arts is required for full-time, temporary, or part-time positions.

Exceptions include:

  1. A vacancy opens unexpectedly immediately before or during the term; a temporary replacement may then be hired to complete the term or academic year. The temporary replacement must have a combination of education and experience to adequately cover the course material as recommended by the Art Dept. Chair and approved by the Division Dean and Dean of Instruction.
  2. An opportunity exists to enhance the educational experience of Art students by offering a specialized class taught by an artist with specialized expertise and a local, regional, national, or international reputation.
  3. An individual with expertise and education in an area where an MFA is not an option, e.g., Calligraphy.

Revised Date: 4/03/2008


Studio Art Instructor

  • Master of Fine Arts is required for any full time, temporary, or adjunct studio art position at PCC. The only exception would be in the case of an emergency replacement or special offerings in which “equivalent “ qualifications means a local, regional and national reputation in their field (via exhibitions).

Studio Art History Instructor

  • Master of Arts in Art History and 30 graduate credit hours in art history.

Revised Date: 4/14/2000


Studio Arts Instructor

  • Master of Fine Arts

Revised Date: 1/15/1999

Art History Instructor

  • Master of Arts

Revised Date: 1/15/1999


Art History/ Studio Art Instructor

  • Master of Fine Arts degree or at least 30 hours of graduate studies in studio work

Revised Date: 1/27/1997


All Studio Instructor

  • MFA or equivalent with the addition of demonstrated competency in teaching subject area(s) as determined by SAC

Revised Date: 2/25/1991


Studio Instructor

A Master of Fine Arts is required for full-time, temporary, or adjunct studio positions. Exceptions would be

  1. emergency replacements
  2. special offerings where "equivalent" qualifications means applicant has a demonstrated local, regional, or national reputation,
  3. demonstrated competency in the field of Calligraphy.

Revised Date: 2/25/1991


ART (Visual) Requirements:

Art History/Western Art Instructor

  • MA in Art History with emphasis/thesis in European Art, college level teaching experience in course preferred.

Art History/Asian Art Instructor

  • MA in Art History with emphasis/thesis in Asian Art, college level teaching experience in course preferred. Prefer to hire separately according to cultural specialties: Indian, Chinese ore Japanese

History of Modern Art Instructor

  • MA in Art History with emphasis/thesis in European Art, preference given to applicant whose academic work was done on post-Napoleonic period, college level teaching experience in course preferred. Additional preference given to applicant with MFA, BFA, or graduate work in studio.

Intro to Art Instructor

  • N/A

Women in Art Instructor

  • MA in Art history with emphasis/thesis in European Art, additional academic work in Asian/ Ethnic art and college level teaching experience in course preferred.

Revised Date: 10/20/1994