Master of Arts
MA program application information can be found here.
Master of Fine Arts
MFA program application information can be found here.
The Department of Art & Art History offers two degree programs—the Master of Fine Arts (MFA) and the Master of Arts (MA). The MFA is the advanced terminal degree most appropriate for the formal education of the studio artist and is preparation for college or university teaching. The 60 units program requires 4 to 6 semesters to complete. Students specialize in one of four areas: Digital Media Art, Photography, Pictorial Art, or Spatial Art.