The MFA program offers concentrations in painting and drawing, printmaking, ceramics, sculpture, film and Interdisciplinary Media Arts Practice (IMAP) which includes photography, video, digital art and integrated arts.
MA (art history)
Requires 30 semester hours of approved graduate study, demonstrated proficiency in the core areas of art history, completion of the foreign language requirement, and a successful thesis defense. The length of the program is 2 years.
MFA (studio arts)
Requires 54 semester hours of approved graduate study, providing the serious art student with an opportunity to attain a professional level of excellence as a visual artist, culminating in a thesis exhibition, a written thesis, and successful defense. The length of the program is 2.5 years.
Strongly recommend at least 12 semester hours of art history courses prior to application for MA in art history.
Fellowships, teaching assistantships (MA, art history); and fellowships, GPTI/GA (MFA, Studio). There is no separate application for financial support but the applicant's interest in a part-time teaching (TA, GPTI) or non-teaching (GA) position may be expressed in their statement of goals and objectives.
University of Colorado Boulder
Department of Art and Art History
Graduate Program Assistant
Boulder, CO 80309-0318