It is important to not only know who your advisor is, but to meet with them regularly and work together to create a plan for how you want to move through your program at Miami. Contact us (Dr. Stephanie Baer and Dr. Stephanie Danker via the Contact page.)
Miami General Bulletin
Looking up classes
Spring Transfer portfolio deadline for art education is early March. Fall deadline is mid-October.
Fall is scholarship and grant season at Miami. Check out the links provided here.
Registration instructions for students can be found on the One Stop (also linked above). Oxford students are limited to scheduling no more than 17 credit hours during their registration date/time window (students in the College of Engineering and Computing have an 18 credit hour limit). During the open registration period, students may register for additional hours up to a maximum of 20 credit hours.
Regional students are limited to 20 credit hours.
Graduation & Licensure flyer from College of Education, Health & Society. It's also located here
Click on the file above to download a pdf version of the check sheet and suggested course plan. Remember to visit your advisor regularly to make sure you're on track for timely graduation!
FAQ's (Frequently Asked Questions)
What about AP credits? What counts?
Effective Fall 2018, AP studio art credits are all elective credits. AP Drawing and AP 2D Design both come in as ARTT** courses; AP 3D Design comes in as ART171, which we no longer teach and therefore is also elective credit.
Students may receive credit for ART187 and/or ART188 depending on their score on the Art History AP test (ART188 for score of 3; both for score of 4 or 5).
You can also look at AP information online or in the New Student Guidebook you received at orientation.
Is there a certain order I need to take art education courses?
Yes. You need to go in the order of the classes (195, 295, 296, 395, etc.); However, you can take 195 with 295 or 296. You can also take 493 and 495 at the same time.
Do I need to meet with my advisor?
YES. As catalog years change, course timings change, and situations are different for each of you. We are here to help you!
What should I have prepared when I meet with my advisor?
If you have a scheduled meeting with your advisor, it's a good idea to look at your DARS ahead of time. It's also helpful to have a list of questions prepared to guide the meeting.
General FAQs from the College of Creative Arts website