The Master of Fine Arts in Studio Art is designed to prepare students for careers as practicing professional artists. Comprised of a diverse group of students who share in a vision to explore, synthesize, innovate and create, the program fosters opportunities for critical discourse in an environment where individuals can collaborate or work independently and make meaningful contributions to contemporary culture.
MFA in Studio Art
Our two-year MFA program assembles a diverse group of forward-thinking artists and distinguished artists and educators who have exhibited all over the world. The curriculum is comprised of 60 credits including seminars in theory, criticism and art history; independent study in research, studio and criticism; completion of a final paper; design and production of an exhibition catalog; mounting of a solo thesis exhibition; plus, a sequence of lectures, presentations and critiques.