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Mike Curb College logo, collage of pictures includes cello, stage door sign, scene from a play, illustration from Art Gallery showing, and a picture of three dancers.

 

College Resources

OFFICE OF THE DEAN

DEAN'S CIRCLE EXECUTIVE BOARD

SUPPORT THE COLLEGE

RECENT HIGHLIGHTS

ASSESSMENT RESOURCE CENTER [ARC]

RAVI K. & AMALIA SAWHNEY CREATIVE EXCELLENCE AWARD

ARTS COUNCIL FOR CSUN

 

Academic Programs

ART

CINEMA AND TELEVISION ARTS

COMMUNICATION STUDIES

JOURNALISM

MUSIC

THEATRE

GRADUATE PROGRAMS

 

Student Resources

STUDENT RESOURCE CENTER/EOP

ROADMAPS TO GRADUATION

CENTERS/SPECIAL PROGRAMS

INFORMATION FOR NEW FRESHMEN

 

College Vision

The College of Arts, Media, and Communication is inspired by the shared belief that art is communication, that communication is an art, and that art and communication are essential pillars for building and maintaining community.

Graduate Programs

ART
Overview | Application Procedures

Areas of Emphasis
Art Education | Art History | Studio Art | Visual Communication

CINEMA AND TELEVISION ARTS
Overview

COMMUNICATION STUDIES
Overview | Application Procedures

JOURNALISM
Overview | Application Procedures

MUSIC
Overview | Application Procedures

Areas of Emphasis
Performance | Conducting | Composition

THEATRE
Overview
| Application Procedures

ART GRADUATE PROGRAM - Application Procedures

UNIVERSITY ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

The student must first apply to the Office of Admissions and Records for admission to the University. This must be completed before the departmental process can begin. Graduate student requirements for admission to the University are:

  1. Bachelor degree from an accredited college or university.
  2. Good academic standing at the last institution attended.
  3. Undergraduate grade point average of 2.5 or better in the last 60 semester or 90 quarter units.

For any questions regarding the portfolio evaluation for entry into the Program, make an appointment with a faculty member in the area of concentration, or the Graduate Coordinator, prior to the evaluation. Appointments should be made by calling the Art Advisement Office at (818) 677-2348.

For university on-line applications go to: www.csumentor.edu

MFA PORTFOLIO EVALUATION REQUIREMENTS

1. Phase 1

The deadline line for receipt is usually the end of the first week of February. Please contact the art department graduate coordinator for the exact date.

SUBMIT ALL MATERIALS DIRECTLY TO THE DEPARTMENT OF ART


2. Phase 2

Finalists will be asked to appear by appointment before the MFA Evaluation Committee with actual examples of their work to answer any questions the Committee may have. If for reasons of distance and/or expense, a personal appearance is not possible, a telephone conference can be arranged. The personal interviews and viewing of work is scheduled usually for the first week of March.

Please contact the art department graduate coordinator for the exact date.


3. Final Notification

Candidates will be notified of the decision of the committee in writing usually by the last week of March. Please contact the art department graduate coordinator for the exact date.

 

CONTACT

DEPARTMENT OFFICE:
ADC 120
(818) 677-2242
(818) 677-3046 fax
Hours: M-F 8 am - 5 pm

ADVISEMENT OFFICE:
ADC 100
(818) 677-2348
Hours: MTRF 8 am - 5 pm / W 8 am - 7 pm