Diploma in Education – Visual & Performing Arts

Diploma in Education – Visual & Performing Arts

 

This diploma program is designed to achieve breadth in the arts. Students complete courses from three of the four art disciplines: art, dance, drama, and music.

Should student choose art as one focus, they are required to complete 6–22 credits in art education of the program's total 30 credits.

Students make take 30 credits from the following:

Drama Education courses

  • LLED 433 Drama in Education: Primary/Elementary Classrooms (3)
  • LLED 434 - Drama in Education: Intermediate/Middle School Through Secondary (3)
  • LLED 435 - Drama, Literacy & Creativity
  • ENGL 431 Canadian Drama
  • ENGL 303 A History of Drama Part I: Early Stages
  • ENGL 304 A History of Drama Part II: Modernist Theatre

Art Education courses

  • EDCP 301 Curriculum and Pedagogy in Art: Elementary
  • EDCP 302 Curriculum and Pedagogy in Art: Secondary
  • EDCP 303 Ceramic Design and Pedagogical Approaches: Art Education
  • EDCP 304 Textile Design and Pedagogical Approaches: Art Education
  • EDCP 305 Digital Media in Arts Education: Introduction
  • EDCP 306 Digital Media in Arts Education: Advanced
  • EDCP 400 Studies in an Art Education Studio Area
  • EDCP 401 Visual Arts for Classroom Practice: Two Dimensional Practices & Processes
  • EDCP 402 Visual Arts for Classroom Practice: Printmaking Practices & Processes
  • EDCP 403 Visual Arts for Classroom Practice: Three-dimensional Practices & Processes
  • EDCP 404 Visual Arts for Classroom Practice: Textile Design
  • EDCP 405 Visual Arts for Classroom Practice: Media & Digital Processes
  • EDCP 406 Visual Arts for Classroom Practice: Photography
  • EDCP 407 Art Education Curriculum and Pedagogy: Theory & Practice
  • EDCP 408 Art, Education and Cultural Diversity
  • EDCP 409 Art Education Theory and Research

Music Education courses

  • EDCP 308 Curriculum and Pedagogy in Music: Elementary
  • EDCP 309 Instrumental Pedagogy: Elementary
  • EDCP 311 Curriculum and Pedagogy in Music: Secondary
  • EDCP 312 Instrumental Pedagogy: Secondary
  • EDCP 313 Choral Pedagogy: Secondary
  • EDCP 314 Instrumental Jazz Pedagogy: Secondary
  • EDCP 315 Choral Jazz Pedagogy
  • EDCP 316 Contemporary Methods of Instruction in Ear Training, Music Reading, and Musicianship I
  • EDCP 317 Contemporary Methods of Instruction in Ear Training, Music Reading, and Musicianship II
  • EDCP 318 Canadian Music in the Classroom: Elementary/Secondary
  • EDCP 319 The Musical: Organization and Production
  • EDCP 410 Curriculum and Pedagogy in Music and Movement
  • EDCP 411 Advanced Music Curriculum & Pedagogy: Elementary
  • EDCP 412 Conducting and Rehearsal Techniques for Teachers
  • EDCP 413 Digital Media for Music Education
  • EDCP 414 Elementary Choral Music
  • EDCP 415 Music for Children with Exceptional needs
  • EDCP 417 Music Education: Orff Basics
  • EDCP 417 Music Education: Orff Level I
  • EDCP 418 Music Education: Orff Level II
  • EDCP 419 Music Education: Orff Level III

Students may wish to draw from courses offered by UBC's School of Music, as well.(Pre-requisites may apply).

Music courses available online at Athabasca University, which will transfer to the UBC VIPA Diploma in Education:

  • MUSI 310 Western Music: Beginnings to Baroque
  • MUSI 420 Anglo-American Popular Music Tradition
  • MUSI 421 The Folk Music Revival I: Before 1945
  • MUSIC 423 Advanced Studies in Popular Music

Dance and Movement courses

HKIN 366 - Movement Experiences for Young Children

Art History Courses

UBC – Art History courses list

Athabasca University:
ARHI 301 Art History – Canadian and Visual Culture

TRU – OL (Thompson Rivers University – Open Learning):
ARCH 3019 Archeology – Prehistoric and Indigenous Art


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Courses may also be drawn from the Faculty of Arts – Visual Arts (VISA), Art History (ARTH) and Theatre (THTR) programs. Be aware that certain pre-requisite courses may apply.

Dance, music, theatre, and visual arts courses appropriate for transfer credit from other institutions may also be considered. Conditions apply.

Any undergraduate degree with Visual and/or Performing Art coursework.

Find out more information about how to apply and register.

For the most up-to-date information on this program, including admissions information and program requirements, please visit the UBC Calendar.

Apply via the Teacher Education Office


 


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This program is offered by the Department of Curriculum & Pedagogy.