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OTIS Ben Maltz Gallery and LMU’s Laband Art Gallery, 12pm–4pm
Announcing Considerable, an art show of sculpture, video, and installation in Gallery G107 and Closet Gallery (Sculpture Studio), the Sculpture Pad, and the Video Screening Room (Ahmanson Hall lower level) on Tuesday, December 10, 4:30-6:45 pm.
Last day of fall semester classes.
Have a great break!
Spring semester classes begin on Jan 13, 2014.
All locations are closed for the winter holiday from December 19 - January 1. Administrative offices open on Jan. 2. Classes begin on January 13.
Sign up for Continuing Education courses with the early bird discount at the Spring 2014 Open House. Classes begin Feb 1.
Tour the campus, meet instructors, attend workshops from 1-3 pm.
Free parking off La Tijera
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Spring semester classes begin today and end on May 6
Otis is the only independent art and design college to offer a California Commission on Teacher Credentialing Approved Subject Matter in Art Program.
The Teacher Credential Preparation Minor is for students who wish to pursue the California Single Subject in Art Teaching Credential needed to teach in California Kindergarten-12th grade public schools. As a CA Commission on Teacher Credentialing Approved Subject Matter in Art Program, the combined coursework of this minor with the Painting/Photography/Sculptures/New Genres BFA requirements satisfy the CA Subject Matter in Art requirements (MS Word Doc), and upon graduation, students with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 will qualify for a CSET (California Subject Exam for Teachers) waiver. A fifth year of study at another institution, or a two year internship at a CTC approved K-12 school, is required to complete the remaining CA Single Subject Credential requirements.
18 credits of coursework in place of LAS and studio electives. Pursuing a minor does not require additional course work or degree requirements (for the 130-credit BFA).
For a list of required courses see ACT Program Courses and Curricula.
To learn about eligibility requirements and the application process see the Interdisciplinary Studies / Minors Home page.