|Faculty:||Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
|Field of Study:||Visual and Performing Arts, General
|Description:||The objective of the Master of Fine Arts (M.F.A.) program is to produce self-critical, creative artists capable of engaging the contemporary art world independently, both in terms of technical abilities and expanding professional opportunities, which face them beyond the university. The work of the graduate students encompasses a broad range of practices, aesthetic issues, personal concerns, and technical means.
The program provides two years of advanced education and creative development in the student's chosen areas of research. The program functions to stress studio production and the exploration of ideas and technical skills within a critical framework. Areas of research within the M.F.A. program are painting/drawing, sculpture, printmaking, and integrated media (video, sound, photography, and digital arts).