Diploma in Education – Visual & Performing Arts

Diploma in Education – Visual & Performing Arts

 

This diploma program is designed to achieve breadth in visual and performing arts (VPAE). Students complete relevant courses from three of the four art disciplines: art, dance, drama, and music.Students should consult with Program Manager for the Diploma in VPAE for approval and planning of their courses.

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.

A 4-year, 120-credit UBC bachelor’s degree or equivalent 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.