The MFA in Studio Art is a comprehensive 3-year program designed to guide students toward expertise in studio art practices, aesthetics and scholarly inquiry while expanding proficiency in art history, criticism and theory. In addition, students have the opportunity to acquire experience in classroom instruction and pedagogy and gallery practices.
This 60 credit-hour program culminates with the successful production of a graduating thesis project including a solo exhibition, accompanying written thesis and oral defense.
The MFA is a distinguished terminal degree that prepares students to excel as professional practicing artists in a global context and careers in higher education.
In addition to meeting university criteria for admission to graduate studies, an applicant must meet the following requirements for admission to the MFA program. Graduate Admission Guidelines
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Graduates of the MFA in Studio Art program will demonstrate:
Students must complete 60 hours in art with a 3.0 average. No more than 2 grades of "C" earned at this university will be accepted as credit for this degree.
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