Applications for fall admittance must be received by February 1.
Faculty mentoring through close, personal attention is one of the keys to our program's success.
We emphasize individual artistic development by granting the students extended studio time for reflection and contemplation of their personal artwork while offering critical input from faculty experience. In addition, teaching and research assistantships, seminars and visiting artist workshops provide other professional skill-based experiences.
The M.F.A. is designed for mature graduate students who desire to teach at the college/university level and/or for those individuals who wish to pursue a career as a professional artist. Candidates select one of the following studio areas to earn their M.F.A. with an emphasis in: