Fees for part-time study are half the full-time fee. Additional fees for all students: The exact amount will be provided in the offer letter. The discount is applied at registration for students who are not in receipt of another discount or scholarship funded by the University.
Official test scores that meet the minimum requirement must be received by the application deadline. Academic Records Transcripts are records of your studies that list the courses you completed, the grades received, and provide evidence of degree conferral.
They may include grade sheets, exam results, final diplomas, degrees, or graduation certificates.
Official copies are issued in the original language directly by your university. Copies must bear the official stamp or seal of the institution, as well as the signature of the appropriate official such as the dean, rector, registrar, controller of examinations, or office of teaching affairs.
Photos, notarized copies, facsimiles, or email transmissions are not acceptable. Official translations are expected for all educational documents issued in a language other than English. A translation agency or university language department should issue official translations typed on official stationary and the translator must attest proficiency in the original language and indicate their translations are accurate word-for-word.
Following admission through a department, you will design your two-year plan of study based on optimizing the offerings and opportunities available throughout SAIC. You are encouraged to seek out curricular advising as needed from a variety of available sources including the dean, graduate dean, graduate division chair, department heads, academic advising, the graduate admissions office, and your peers.
You have a maximum of four years to complete your MFA in Studio degree. This includes time off for leaves of absence. Students will have access to studios for four semesters only.
You must complete a minimum of 45 credit hours in residence at SAIC. You can request up to 15 transfer credits at the time of application for admission, which are subject to approval at that time. Art History courses must be at the level and above.
Graduate students are permitted no more than one undergraduate studio course level and above per semester without permission of the Dean of Graduate Studies. Courses at the and level are allowed only with permission.
Full-Time Status Minimum Requirement: In the registration process, you may elect to earn 3 or 6 hours of credit with each advisor. This option is designed to allow for maximum flexibility in designing your program.
You can earn as few as 3 and as many as 6 credits with each advisor each semester, thus dedicating a maximum of 12 credit hours to your studio activity. The number of credits you earn has no correlation with the length or frequency of the advising sessions or to faculty assessment of student work.
The remainder of credits required for the full-time 15 credit hour load may include graduate seminars and academic or studio electives.
MFA students are urged to take graduate seminars, and an introductory seminar in their department of admission is highly recommended. In addition, the MFA student may choose from all the art history, studio, and academic offerings across the curriculum including undergraduate offerings above level in any given semester to customize their degree experience.
Graduate Critiques As one of the principle means of assessment each semester, you will be required to participate in Critique Week, a week-long schedule of critiques during which classes are suspended.
Fall semester critiques are organized by department with panels representing the discipline. Spring semester critiques are interdisciplinary, with panel members and students from across SAIC disciplines.
Interdisciplinary critiques allow for a broad range of responses to your work, and are intended to assess the success of your work for a more general, albeit highly informed audience. Critique panels include faculty, visiting artists, and fellow graduate students.
Each year more than graduate students exhibit work, screen videos and films, and present time-based works, writings, and performance to a collective audience of 30, people.
A faculty and staff committee conducts extensive studio visits and as a collaborative project with student participants, organizes and installs the show in designated space at the exhibition.
Undergraduate Courses MFA students are advised to understand the expectations of their faculty when enrolled in undergraduate studio classes.
Although graduate students are an asset to the group dynamic, faculty requirements for graduate students in undergraduate classes are variable. The student is responsible for understanding the faculty member's expectations about completion of assignments, attendance, and any other criteria for earning credit.
To assure that graduate students are working at degree level, they are permitted no more than one undergraduate studio course level and above per semester without permission of the dean of graduate studies.
The MFA in Studio program offers an expansive educational model in which designers engage history, critical thinking, and work across disciplines. SAIC's highly acclaimed Master of Fine Arts MFA in Studio is a 60 credit hour program that supports creative work, inquiry, and investigation across 14 departments as part of the advanced preparation of fine arts practitioners.
We encourage our MFA Studio students to move beyond their home departments, working with faculty and peers in any area that supports their graduate work and research. Graduate studios for MFA students are spread across campus in clusters that allow for robust, interdisciplinary exchange.
Graduate-level courses and topical seminars support individual studio work by exposing students to the larger dialogues around the production, exhibition, and function of art and design as well as their expanded cultural production and reception.
Students design a personalized curriculum by choosing from a wide variety of seminars, courses, and graduate advisors linked to numerous studio, design, and academic departments.In each case you will receive two master's degrees, the Master of Interpreting and Translation Studies from Monash University and an equivalent qualification from the partner university.
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