2017-2018 General Catalog 
    Apr 21, 2018  
2017-2018 General Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Art, M.F.A. - Community-Based Art Education Emphasis

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Director of Graduate Studies: V. Kim Martinez
Phone: 801-581-8677

Graduate Coordinator: Jenni Evans
Phone: 801-585-9332

Minimum Degree Hours: 60

Admission Requirements

The Department of Art & Art History welcomes applications from candidates who have completed a BFA in Art or a degree with equivalent studio art background (minimum of 42 credit hours in studio art and 12 credit hours in art history). The applicant should be able to show a GPA of 3.0 for the last two years of studio art coursework.

Graduation Requirements

The Masters of Fine Arts: Community-Based Arts Education emphasis is composed of 60 semester credit hours of coursework.

The Masters of Fine Arts includes:

For details on these requirements, see the MFA handbook on the Department of Art & Art History website.

Coursework must be taken for a letter grade (B- or above to satisfy course requirements). Credit/No Credit is not an option for these classes. Students must maintain a 3.0 grade point average. 

Financial Assistance

The Department of Art & Art History offers some scholarship assistance to incoming students. There are also opportunities to serve as graduate assistants or teaching assistants during the two-year program.  Graduate students in good standing are eligible to apply for a graduate research fellowship for their second year.  You may consult the Graduate School website for further information on this and other financial aid resources. Please also see the Financial Aid Office website.

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