In addition to meeting the minimum university requirements for graduate study, applicants should hold a Bachelor of Arts (with a major in Fine Arts) or a Bachelor of Fine Arts. Under special circumstances, applicants without a BA or BFA degree or without a major in Fine Arts, but with outstanding artistic or professional qualifications, may be considered for admission.
Admission is based on academic record, two letters of recommendation, a resume and portfolio of twenty images. Application for admission is made online and further instructions are available on the Department of Art website.
36 credit hours of approved graduate work
Additional studio (or art history) courses may be required to attain maturity and proficiency and to complete satisfactorily the comprehensives and thesis. The number and kinds of additional courses will be stipulated by the admissions committee at the time of admission
A thesis exhibition of original works of art in the student’s area of specialization executed independently by the student in consultation with a thesis committee of two or three faculty members. Written and photographic documentation of approved thesis is also required
Mandatory attendance at all visiting artist lectures and critiques