The Master of Arts degree is a 45-unit graduate program that provides an opportunity to increase artistic growth, and gain a strong educational and experiential basis for a professional career in the visual arts. The degree is offered in the options of studio art, design, art history, art education, and fashion and textiles. Please see the University Catalog for more detailed information.
The Master of Fine Arts degree is a 90-unit graduate program that provides rigorous study for students with a strong direction and focus in art and a high level of technical proficiency. The program is highly selective and provides advanced study and practice in preparation for professional careers in art or teaching in higher education. Graduates are prepared to take their places in the visual arts community. The degree is offered
in the options of studio arts and design. Please see the University Catalog for more detailed information.
Graduate Application Information
Graduate Program Guidelines
Graduate Program Screening Form
595M MFA Fieldwork
598 Graduate Directed Study
598M - MFA Directed Study
599 MA Thesis or Project
599 MFA Project
900 Graduate Studies
GS-5 Application for Course Substitution on Master's Degree or Conditional Program
GS-10 Application for Advancement to Candidacy
GS-12 Request for Thesis or Project Commitee and Title