With thirty-three full-time faculty and many highly skilled part-time support faculty the School of Art and Visual Studies offers a broad visual arts curriculum.
The MFA in Art Studio is an interdisciplinary degree that embraces broad forms of making and practice.
Considering spaces of visual art learning within and beyond the traditional classroom settings, the program deepens student understanding and implementation of pedagogical practices.
The curriculum is structured to provide breadth and depth of inquiry through a variety of approaches to art history and, more broadly, visual studies.
With courses in art history, art studio, art education, and arts administration—among others—the MFA offers an individualized interdisciplinary degree that prepares students to be highly competitive in a diverse job market.