Graduate Degrees

As a graduate student in the School of Art, you are immersed in an environment that promotes artistic freedom and the honing of artistic skills. You are challenged to stretch beyond traditional limits and grow your artistic identity.

The graduate degree programs in the School of Art are diverse and wide reaching. Whether you’re interested in interdisciplinary pursuits or traditional structures, the graduate programs are tailored to fit your needs for success.

The program offers two MAs in art history and art education, two MFAs in studio art and digital technology and one Ph.D. in design, environment and the arts (history, theory and criticism). Studio art MFAs can be centered around our seven areas of study, which include ceramics, drawing/painting, fibers, intermedia, photography, printmaking and sculpture/metals/wood.

Graduate Degrees

Digital technology project

The MFA in art with a concentration in digital technology is a program offered by the School of...

Teaching children to work with clay

Students in the MA program in art with a concentration in art education investigate issues in...

A group looking and studying a piece of art

The MA in art with a concentration in art history is a comprehensive degree program designed to...

Student painting
MFA

The Herberger Institute MFA program in art, offered by the School of Art, provides a stimulating...

A group of students working together on an art project.

The history, theory and criticism concentration within the PhD program in design, environment...

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