Bachelor´s Programme in Visual art and art education,
Language of instruction
60 credits in Visual art and art education
KF-103-1 Art educational practice
EX-100 Examen philosophicum
EX-102 Examen facultatum, humanities
Upon completion of the course, the student shall
have knowledge of course-related problems and issues, processes and methods within visual art and art education.
be aquainted with research and development related to the discipline.
be able to formulate a course-related problem, as well as to plan and explore this in a practical-aesthetic manner.
be able to use course-specific science theory and method.
be able to explore relevant research literature and apply methods for gathering relevant theory.
be able to reflect on course-related and research-ethical questions.
The student will make plans for a bachelor’s project and a plan for completing the project during the course. The plan shall include a course-related issue, including relevant theory, method and plan for a practical-aesthetical exploration. The students will get to know relevant sources and course-specific research methods, as well as knowledge on how to develop a pre-project. The course will also look at course-related issues and ethical dilemmas related to these.
The course will include lectures, seminars and debates. The teaching will be in groups with individual counselling. It is expected active participation in seminars where articles and R&D-work from the field are discussed. Lectures will cover topics such as relevant scientific methods, processes and issued related to art research. The students will complete a minor practical-aesthetic pre-project that will be presented to fellow students and teachers.
Mandatory presence in all teaching, counselling and seminars. More information will be available in Canvas at the start of the semester.
Expected workload is 27 hours per credit
Approved presence for mandatory teaching, counselling and seminar.
Approved mediation of a minor practical-aesthetic pre-project.
More information available in Canvas at the start of the semester.
Assessment methods and criteria
Individual 3-day written take-home exam. Approximately 2000 words.
Grade: Lettered grade
The study programme manager, in consultation with the student representative, decides the method of evaluation and whether the courses will have a midterm- or end of term evaluation, see also the Quality System, section 4.1. Information about evaluation method for the course will be posted on Canvas.