Through the School of Liberal Arts, the Newcomb Art Department offers the MFA degree in an intensive, two-year residency program that emphasizes close interaction with faculty and peers. Degree requirements focus on studio work but include two graduate-level courses in the history of art, and four MFA seminar courses that rotate in theme: Pedagogy, Professionalism, Studio Practice, and Art Theory.
The Digital Arts area of the School of Art allows students to explore the expressive and conceptual potential of digital-based projects ranging from print to physical computing. The application deadline is February 1st.
The studio art faculty reviews all applications in early March and makes recommendations to the School of Liberal Arts on candidates to accept. All admitted students receive a financial aid package that consists of a tuition waiver and an assistantship stipend of approximately $13,000 per year
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