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Art

The degree offers students training in advanced artistry and perceptive abilities for the visual arts, such as drawing, painting, printmaking, sculpture, ceramic sculpture, photography, video, or electronic arts for careers as practicing artists. Seminars and elective courses provide enrichment in art history and theory, performance, cultural and environmental studies, and new technology. Individual workshops on campus are provided so that students have the opportunity to develop their studio practice while exploring the resources of a large university. The program culminates in an exhibition of the student’s work, which should reflect in its depth and quality the student’s assimilation of traditional and contemporary visual culture.

Degree(s) Available: 
Master of Fine Arts