Master of Fine Arts
The MCAD MFA program is a community of makers, thinkers, theorists, researchers, and creative professionals working in a mentor-based, interdisciplinary environment. Our diverse student body—one with a robust international presence—explores and fulfills social, cultural, and professional needs, as well as entrepreneurial opportunities stretching across art and design practices.
Students may pursue creative work in the fields of:
- comic arts
- furniture design
- graphic design
- installation art
- interactive media
- paper and book arts
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Most credits are earned through one-on-one work with a faculty mentor. Additionally, students take critique and liberal arts seminars and have the option to pursue internships and a range of engaging educational opportunities.
The final year culminates in a capstone thesis exhibition and paper. Combined, this advanced degree affords artists and designers many career opportunities in studio work, as well as the option of teaching.
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Studio Core: 39 credits
Studio Critique Seminar: 9 credits
Liberal Arts Seminar: 12 credits
Graduate Teaching Seminar: Optional
Total Credits: 60