Chemistry/General Science Degree (B.S.) with Teacher Licensure

This program prepares you for becoming a science teacher in Massachusetts. By graduation, you'll be ready for recommendation to the Mass Dept of Education for Initial Licensure in Chemistry or Gen Science.


Program Description

For Art majors interested in a career in Art Criticism, Museum work or preparation for graduate study in Art History, the Art History concentration (18 additional credits) offers broad-based training in Western and Non-Western Art.

Requirements for Art Majors

One of the following:


** Students completing Art Teacher Licensure Programs must take ART 0108 Introduction to Computer Graphics as their art elective.

Art majors are required to take ART 0106 and ART 0107, to satisfy the Appreciation of the Arts requirement of the common core.

Art majors must complete a minimum of 27 credits of course work within the Art Department at Westfield State. Students are advised to consult their advisors for information on course sequencing and general core requirements.

Art majors intending to pursue graduate work beyond their major are advised to take additionally recommended studio courses of their choice. It is also advisable to include more than the minimum requirements in Art History.

Art History Concentration for Art Majors

  • Art Studio Elective Credits: 3
  • ART 0345 - Criticism
  • 200-Level Art Class: 3 300-Level Art History Course Work: 9
Additional Graduation Requirements

All students must meet the University Graduation Requirements and complete a common core of studies, distributed among the different academic areas as detailed in the Common Core.