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The Master of Fine Arts in visual arts is the terminal degree within the studio art discipline. Our program offers concentrations in the studio areas of drawing, painting, printmaking, ceramics, photography and sculpture.
Students are provided with opportunities to develop a high degree of professional competence in their chosen area of concentration. However, the relatively small size of the program (12 to 20 students) encourages students to explore other studio areas as well. Interdisciplinary and collaborative projects are encouraged within the department resulting in a highly individualized method of instruction.
The department is housed within the College of Art, Architecture and Humanities and presents opportunities to interact with various other college disciplines as well. For
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Applicants must have a bachelor's degree (BFA, BA) from an accredited college or university with a concentration in visual arts. Especially well-qualified candidates from other disciplines or degree programs who have exceptionally strong portfolios may be considered.
Applicants must submit a portfolio documenting their creative work. The portfolio should represent 15 to 20 works; the majority should represent the chosen field of study. The portfolio should consist of 20 images and an accompanying list that identifies the image, the size of the work and media used.
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