Geared toward professional artists and candidates with a bachelor's degree in art or a related field, this program blends fine arts principles, including a strong emphasis on figure drawing, sculpture, and art history, with a practical approach to studio art production that helps students develop both their personal skill and artistic voice.
Students have the option of enrolling in this program full-time for two years, or enrolling part-time and spreading their course load over four years. View the Recommended Sequence of Courses for both programs.
Applicants to the Master of Fine Arts in Digital Arts program should have experience in the following areas: drawing, figure drawing, art history, composition, 3D modeling, animation, sculpture, color theory, and digital painting. Candidates must also provide an art portfolio of 15 to 20 samples of artwork to be considered for admission. Read more about applying to the MFA program.
By the time they graduate, students in the MFA program will possess the following qualifications:
Graduates of the MFA program will be qualified to pursue a range of entry- and intermediate-level roles in both art production and academia, including: