The Art Department offers a graduate degree program for students interested in studying visual art beyond the baccalaureate level. The MFA degree requires that candidates complete coursework in art concepts and criticism, art history, a studio area of concentration, electives, and a creative thesis project.
The 90-credit Master of Fine Arts (MFA) is a terminal degree program providing students with professional levels of competency and experience in studio art. The MFA program qualifies students for careers as teachers in higher education, as professional studio artists, and for other studio-arts-related vocations.
Follow this link to information for the graduate studies page, and their additional requirements for application, including teaching assistantship application guidelines.
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