Arts Education


There are innumerable artistic manifestations that man has used throughout history to express his vision and his perspective of the world of visual, sonorous and linguistic resources, for example, the men reveal their sensations and their ideas about all kinds of social relations and, with that, develop their culture. Diving into this world, understanding it and allowing other people to express their emotions from art is also one of the main challenges of the art teacher. Therefore, he needs a training that will allow him to master the different languages of art, focusing on the language of the Visual Arts, as well as didactic-pedagogical knowledge that stimulates his students to understand and to produce artistic. If your talent is to be an art teacher, it is what you will find at ITS-USA from an educational mission based on personal and professional ethics and human values as primordial tools for teaching art and its importance in cultural development of their students.



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The general objective of the Bachelor’s Degree in Arts Education is to train the professional educator in Art, prepared to work in the various religious segments of Basic Education: High School, Fundamental and Early Childhood Education, as well as in Technical Schools; workshops or art studios. The promotion of the specific knowledge and methodologies of the area, enables the professional to contribute to the training of children and adolescents through the exercise of perception, sensitivity, creativity and criticality, essential to coexistence in society and the environment.

Target Public

Holders of high school and other interested in the area.

Programmatic Content

  • Art-Education and Technology
  • Ceramics
  • Visual Composition
  • Print shop computing
  • Observation Drawing I
  • Observation Drawing II
  • Observation Drawing III
  • Geometric Drawing I
  • Geometric Drawing II
  • Didactics I
  • Didactics II
  • Sculpture I
  • Sculpture II
  • Aesthetics
  • Evolution of the Visual Arts I
  • Evolution of Visual Arts II
  • Philosophy of Education
  • Fundamentals of Visual Language I
  • Fundamentals of Visual Language II
  • Engraving I
  • Engraving II
  • History of Art I
  • History of Art II
  • History of Art III
  • Multimedia Language
  • Scientific Methodology I
  • Scientific Methodology II
  • Visual Methodology I
  • Visual Methodology II
  • Modeling I
  • Modeling II
  • Painting I
  • Painting II
  • Educational Policies and Organization
  • School I
  • Educational Policies and Organization
  • School II
  • Teaching Practice I
  • Teaching Practice II
  • Educational Project (TCC)
  • Psychology of Education I
  • Psychology of Education II
  • Sociology of Education
  • Sociology and Anthropology
  • Reproduction Techniques I
  • Reproduction Techniques II
  • Supervised internship
  • Additional activities