The Master of Fine Arts in Visual Arts is the terminal degree for practicing artists and requires a minimum of 60 units. Students accepted into the program are expected to be registered full time, taking a minimum of 9 units per semester. The areas of specialization are as follows:
- Ceramics: Patsy Cox
- Communication Design: James Kelley
- Drawing: Steven Hampton
- Illustration: Erik Sandberg
- Painting: Samantha Fields
- Photography: Lesley Krane
- Printmaking: Michelle Rozic
- Sculpture: Christian Tedeschi
- Video/Digital Art: Candice Greathouse
Please contact the graduate area coordinators for more information about each area.
The MFA program requirements are listed in the University Catalog. Selection for admission into the MFA program is conducted by the Visual Arts Graduate Committee. MFA SlideRoom applications and required materials for Fall matriculation are due the first Monday in February. Application details can be found on the About page and on SlideRoom: csunart.slideroom.com. The SlideRoom application fee is $20.
For questions or clarification about the application, please contact the Visual Arts Graduate Coordinator: email@example.com.