DEPARTMENT OF ARTS EDUCATION

  • Imo State University

Philosophy

The information, knowledge, skills or attitudes needed for the survival of an individual are acquired through exposures to disciplines. These acquired knowledge or skills need to be transmitted and transferred from one generation to another, otherwise man faces extinction.

The department therefore exists to explore and transmit the best ways of acquiring and transferring these desired skills. The historical, religions and arts knowledge and pedagogical skills offered by the department inculcate in the graduates the spirit of self-reliance, positive image and balanced personality which are needed in the present day human endeavours.

Programmes housed in the Department are B.Sc:

  • i) Education History

  • ii) Education Religion

  • iii) Education Fine & Applied Arts


Mission

Seeks to acquaint her undergraduate student-teachers with the cumulative trends of past events that are relevant to current problems, needs and aspirations of the immediate and wider world, as well as the acquisition of the pedagogical skills and strategies to contribute positively and remarkably in the improvement of Nigerian educational system, and also become teachers without borders.

Vision

The department envisions to have sound, critically minded and balanced graduate teachers in History, Religion and Fine & Applied Arts who will contribute to national and international debate and occupy enviable positions where they will be consulted for the development of educational, social, political, economic and cultural lives of the Nigerian states.

Admission Requirements

UTME:

For admission into the Four year degree programme, leading to award of a B.A (Ed) degree, in the listed disciplines, candidates should possess at least, credit passes in five subjects including. English Language, Mathematics, History/Government, Religion and Fine and Applied Arts respectively and any other two subjects obtained in not more than two sittings of O'level examinations (GCE, SSCE).

Direct Entry:

For admission through direct entry into the 3year degree leading to the award of a BA. (ED) degree, candidates should possess.
A) Three papers at the A'level examinations especially English Language and their various disciplines of History, Religion and Fine and Applied Arts, in addition to the normal five subjects obtained at O’levels as mentioned above.
B) NCE with at least passes in either history, Religion and Fine and Applied Arts, the second subject and Education theory. A minimum of six points by the point system excluding education practice qualify the candidate for a four-year degree programme.
C) For admission into the three year degree programme leading to a B.A (Ed) degree, candidates should possess at least overall merit passes in English language, the second subject and Education theory (at least 9 points shall be earned by the candidate, Education practice points do not count).

ONLINE RESOURCES

  1. The Impact of Visual Arts in Students’ Academic Performance by Jovita F. Punzalan
  2. Art and Design Practices in Nigeria: The Problem of Dropping Out bySunday Roberts Ogunduyile, Femi KayodeBankoleOjo
  3. Fine and applied arts programme in colleges of education: quality and relevance to national educational objectives from 1989 to 1999by okorie, simon achuwa
  4. Cultural and creative arts as a subject in nigerian secondary schools: issues and panacea (a case study of schools in enugu metropolis) by onuora-oguno, nnamdichiedu ph.d
  5. An investigation of fine arts students’ attitudes towards art education based on some variables
  6. Visual Arts and Technology Department, Cross River University of Technology, Calabar:An Overview by Enamhe, Bojor and Ekpe, Umana
  7. Assessing the Status of Fine and Applied Arts Curriculum in Human Capacity Building in North Eastern Nigeria by Goshi M. Shedrach
  8. The Origin and Development of Formal Art Schools in Nigeria by Chukueggu, Chinedu C.
  9. Arts education: a viable vocational area for secondary school students in arecessive economy: implications for counselling by izuchi mary-rose n. (ph.d)
  10. Fine and applied arts education: a means for reducing joblessness and insecurity in nigeria by peter a. adeyemo
  11. Contemporary issues in fine and applied arts education in nigeria by dr. m. p. m amza
  12. Contemporary Issues in Fine and Applied Art Education in Nigeria and the Way Forward BY Saibu Alasa School of Art and Industrial Design, Auchi Polytechnic, Auchi, Edo State, Nigeria
  13. University of jos fine and applied arts journal (ujfaaj)maiden edition edited by dr. yohanna c. datiri
  14. Impact of Arts on Economic Development: The NigeriaExperienceby Charles G. T. Omuaru 1*, Anselem A. Nyah
  15. Integrating Technology in Art Education in Nigerian Education System: The Need for an Effective Pedagogical Approach Bede Blaise ChukwunyereOnwuagboke* Dr. Termit Kaur Ranjit Singh &Professor Dr. Fong Soon Fooki
  16. Information Technologies in Art Monuments Educational Management and the New Cultural Environment for Art Historian by Tatiana Portnova
  17. Rethinking Visual Art Practice in Relation to Well-BeingA Conceptual Analysis by Päivi-Maria Jaatinen
  18. The Concept and Evolution of Art Styles/Schools in Contemporary Nigerian Art by Godwin OgheneruemuIrivwieri