MASTERSTUDIES

2 Master of Science Programs in Applied Arts

After earning a bachelor’s degree, a person may be interested in achieving higher education through a master’s program. Typically requiring one to three years to complete, a Master of Science is usually research-based. Students develop a competency that is scientific, technical or professional in nature, and the knowledge and skills acquired provide a foundation for a successful career in the chosen field.

A prospective student may wonder, what is an MSc in Applied Arts? It is a postgraduate degree that focuses on the development and shaping of items for practical use and often has applications in industry, commerce and the government. Fashion, photography, interior design and even architecture are included in this realm of study, as well as graphic and visual design.

Design covers all areas of life, from interaction with computer software to the development and shaping of glassware. Students also learn research, leadership and collaboration skills that are useful in any professional career.

The financial requirements for this type of master’s program vary widely due to factors such as the location of the learning institution and its fees and tuition schedule. Anyone who is interested in an applied arts degree should research the options carefully before enrolling.

Theory and practice work together through applied arts to prepare an individual for a career in the real world. Graduates of a Master of Science in Applied Arts can find employment as visual information specialists within public, private or government agencies developing web-based media and other products. Designers who have specialized in specific industries such as textiles or ceramics are in high demand. Visual display specialists and exhibit coordinators often use artistic skills in retail industries.

Learning institutions offering applied arts degrees are located around the world. If you are unable to attend classes in a traditional setting, online or distance learning options may be available. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

 

2 Results in Applied Arts Filter

Master of Science in Print Media

Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT)
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English
Campus

This program is transitioning to the College of Engineering Technology, to be completed on July 1, 2019. The MS program in print media offers students an opportunity to explor ...

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MS in Surface Imaging

Thomas Jefferson University
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Full-time
English
Campus

The Master of Science in Surface Imaging is a unique program utilizing a variety of state-of-the-art digital printing technologies at the Center of Excellence in Surface Imagi ...

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