The Department of Art and Art History offers both a Master of Fine Arts (60 credits) and Master of Arts (30 credits). Students learn from faculty that are nationally recognized, practicing professional artists and art historians who are dedicated to teaching. Faculty members have received many grants and awards, including Prix de Rome, Fulbright, NEA, NYFA and Tiffany fellowships. Additionally, the Visiting Artist program brings distinguished artists and critics to campus for public lectures and individual critiques with students. The graduate program, comprised of thirty to forty graduate students, is highly selective, with applicants coming from all regions of the United States and abroad. Students are provided with a private studio space and spacious, well-equipped common work areas and exhibition spaces during their studies.
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