ART - Art Instructor Qualifications

Art History Courses

A Master’s or PhD in Art History or a Master’s or PhD degree in a related field to include Arts, Humanities, or Social Sciences and 30 graduate quarter credits in Art History is required.

Exceptions include the following:

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 Department Chair and approved by the Division Dean and Dean 
of Instruction.

2) An opportunity exists to enhance the 
educational experience of students by offering a unique course or courses taught by an individual with specialized expertise anda regional, national, or international reputation. This individual may teach one term per year.

 

Studio Art Courses

Master of Fine Arts in Visual or Studio Art is required

Exceptions include the following:

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 Department Chair and approved by the Division Dean and Dean 
of Instruction.

2) An opportunity exists to enhance the 
educational experience of students by offering a unique 
course or courses taught by an artist with specialized expertise anda 
regional, national, or international reputation. This individual may teach one term per year.

3) An individual with expertise and education may teach in an area 
where an MFA is not an option, e.g. Calligraphy.

 

Revised and Approved June 2010

Art History and Studio Art Instructor Qualifications Prior to June 2010