Graduate Programs

The School of Art+Design offers a two-year in-residency program in Studio Practice or a three-year flexible-residency program in Social Practice leading to the Master of Fine Arts degree in Contemporary Art Practice. These 90-credit programs prepare the student to be a practicing artist within a regional, national, and international arts community.

Graduate admission requirements

Contemporary Art Practices M.F.A.

Art Education: Secondary Education Program

Graduate admission requirements

Application for admission to the MFA program must be made by January 8 prior to the fall term in which the student intends to begin work toward the degree.

Applicants must have a B.A., B.S., or B.F.A. degree in Art or a related field. Exceptions may be made for related experience and a solid art history background.

The school application is submitted online. For the most up to date information on the MFA program and its application process please visit our web site