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The Teacher of Art in Colleges and Universities


by George S. Dutch - 1941

Any discussion of the requirements of teachers of art in colleges and universities must be considered in relation to the basic purposes of the various types of collegiate institutions. As far as art is concerned, junior colleges, general colleges, and liberal arts colleges are often regarded as nonprofessional or nontechnical in nature, whereas the teachers' college and the university are generally to be classed as professional, even on the undergraduate level. There are, however, a great number of liberal arts colleges in which the art offerings follow the professional specialization of an individual professor of art, resulting in courses that are narrowly professional and that fail to meet any 'liberal arts' purpose.


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This article originally appeared as NSSE Yearbook Vol 40, No. 1.


Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 42 Number 9, 1941, p. 775-779
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 20539, Date Accessed: 10/29/2020 3:55:08 AM

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