Master of Fine Arts Programme
The University of Michigan School of Art & Design's three-year MFA programme is a leader in curriculum innovation and student support. Designed for artists/designers with an active creative practice, who are also interested in engaging with fields of knowledge beyond the cultures of art and design, students conduct creative and cross-disciplinary work within a top research university along a cultural corridor that extends from Toronto to Chicago. They exhibit, curate, teach, perform, network, explore, present, research, and collaborate. They receive full tuition funding, including support for international travel, and conduct their creative work in fully equipped studios, assisted by software-loaded laptops and peripherals to enhance their creative production, research, and communications.
Capitalizing on UM's over 200 departments and colleges, the School of Art & Design also offers four dual degree programmes:
- a four-year dual degree programme with the Stephen M. Ross School of Business for a Master of Fine Arts and Master of Business Administration,
- a four-year dual degree programme with the School of Information for a Master of Fine Arts and Master of Science in Information,
- a four-year dual degree programme with the Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning for a Master of Fine Arts and Master of Architecture, and
- the Rackham School of Graduate Studies' interdisciplinary Design Science PhD.
The application deadline for 2013 admission is 1 January 2013.
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