Graduate Program in Drawing and Painting
The School of Art offers both the Master of Arts and Master of Fine Arts degrees in Drawing/Painting. Working in close consultation with a major advisor, graduate students pursue a sequence of course work that encourages the development of an independent, critical approach to artistry in the discipline. Studio space on campus is available on a limited basis for full-time resident students.
Program Outline: Master of Arts
23 hours – studio studies
3 hours – Art History elective
6 hours – ART 67199, M.A. Thesis
Program Outline: Master of Fine Arts
36 hours – studio studies
9 hours – electives
9 hours – Art History electives
6 hours – ART 69199, M.F.A. Thesis
Find specific information on our application process, here.