The MFA in fine arts studio is a rigorous two-year program comprised of major studio courses chosen from painting, sculpture, non-toxic printmaking, and expanded forms. The program also includes studio electives in areas such as film, ceramics, photography, industrial design, and glass in addition to theory, and contemporary art history, A thesis is required.
The program is committed to collaboration and interdisciplinary approaches both within the four major fine arts areas of study and the entire College of Imaging Arts and Sciences. The program's structure allows for personal growth, experimentation, collaboration, and unique, non-discipline specific results to occur in the thesis. Courses are meant to concentrate on creative visual work while also thinking about making and sustaining a dialogue.
- First Year
Fine Art Studio Major Courses Thinking About Making Fine Art Research Art History (Contemporary) Course Business Practices CIAS Studio Elective Free Elective
- Second Year
Fine Art Studio Major Courses Research and Thesis CIAS Studio Elective Free Electives
Fine Arts Studio MFA
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