The Master of Fine Arts in Art requires 60 credits, 75 percent of which are studio related and 25 percent are art/design history. As the terminal degree in art, the curriculum presents appropriate professional intensity and high standards. We prepare you to be professional artists/designers and/or university art teachers with top-level masteries, skills, knowledge, and entrepreneurial capabilities.
Areas of study in Time Arts, Photography and Visual Communication
Fine Arts - 2-D Studio
Areas of study in Drawing, Painting (including concentrations in either Oil/Acrylic or Watercolor) and Printmaking
Fine Arts - 3-D Studio
Areas of study in Ceramics, Fiber, Metalwork and Jewelry, and Sculpture