Art MA with and emphasis in Visual Communication
The Department of Art offers a general program in Visual Communication leading to the Master of Arts degree. The graduate curriculum includes Creative Methodology, Winning Audiences, Cross-Cultural Marketing, Ideation, Process and Product, User Centered Design Experience, Creative Promotion and Innovation, and Visual Communication electives . The University Gallery hosts an annual series of exhibits of interest to the University and the Commerce community. A foreign language is not a requirement for a student pursing a Master of Arts degree.
Admission to a graduate program is granted by the Dean of Graduate Studies upon the recommendation of the department. The applicant should submit one letter of recommendation, a statement of intent, and a link to a digital portfolio of work and other supportive materials the department requires. Contact the departmental Graduate Coordinator for these requirements. The graduate degree program in Art is individually designed to meet the unique educational and professional needs of the student. In consultation with the graduate coordinator and the department head, students pursuing the MA degree will devise an appropriate degree plan during the first semester.
|ARTS 540||Studio 1 Creative Method||4|
|ARTS 542||Studio 3 Winning Audiences||4|
|ARTS 543||Studio 4 Cross-Cultural||4|
|ARTS 595||Research Lit & Techniques||3|
|Required Support Courses:|
|ARTS 549||Studio 9 User-centered Design Experience||3|
|ARTS 550||Studio 10 Ideation, Process and Product||3|
|ARTS 551||Studio 11 Creative Promotion and Innovation 1||3|
|Required Art/Visual Communication Electives||12|