Graduate Program in Sculpture
Graduate Programs in Sculpture
The School of Art offers Master of Arts and Master of Fine Arts degrees in Sculpture. Students are accepted into the program based on the quality of their portfolio, a demonstrated commitment to artistry, and an indicated grasp of dimensional form. A broad range of materials is available to students including wood, stone, clay, plaster and wax as well as the tools and materials needed for various forms of metal fabrication.
Master of Arts
23 hours – studio studies
3 hours – Art History elective
6 hours – ART 67199, M.A. Thesis
Master of Fine Arts
36 hours – studio studies
9 hours – electives
9 hours – Art History electives
6 hours – ART 69199, M.F.A. Thesis
Applicants are expected to have an undergraduate degree in fine art and a 2.75 overall grade-point average (3.0 in the art major).
Find specific information on our application process, here.