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A fine arts education will vary depending on the interests and skills of the students. Some program specializations include photography, dance, theater, ceramics, music, graphic design, illustration, digital media and sculpture. Instruction often includes both classroom lecture and studio practice.
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The Master of Fine Arts degree is the terminal graduate degree in studio art offered on our Statesboro campus. Graduate students in the M.F.A. program are charged with su
The Master of Fine Arts degree is the terminal graduate degree in studio art offered on our Statesboro campus. Graduate students in the M.F.A. program are charged with surpassing their previous art achievements by evolving a fresh conceptual premise into a body of artwork relevant to today’s contemporary art world. M.F.A. candidates achieve new heights as a studio artist through coursework that challenges them to advance their conceptual, historical, theoretical, and practical knowledge.
Concentration in Graphic Design – Statesboro campus only
Concentration in Studio Art – Statesboro campus only
Regular Admission Requirements
Completed requirements for the Bachelor’s degree in a college accredited by the appropriate accrediting association.
Satisfactory completion of a minimum of 18 semester hours of undergraduate studio arts courses and an additional minimum of 9 semester hours of art history.
A 3.0 (4.0 scale) cumulative grade point average or higher on all undergraduate work.
In addition to application materials required by the College of Graduate Studies, prospective students are required to submit a creative portfolio for consideration by the admissions committee in the Department of Art.Portfolio – submitted to the program director:Marc MoultonDepartment of ArtEmail: email@example.com
Letter of Interest which includes a Statement of Intent describing the purpose of entering full-time graduate studio art program and ultimate goal(s) as an artist.
20 to 30 images of current artwork representing a mature, post-baccalaureate, body of work. Submit images on printed tear sheets, minimum 4×6 each; including proper identification of title, media, year, size AND on CD/DVD...