The innovative Wilson College Master of Fine Arts program is designed for working professionals or experienced artists in choreography and visual art. The program offers a low-residency schedule tailored to the needs of artists, allowing them to reach the next level in their field with a terminal degree.
The low-residency Wilson MFA— a two-year, 20-course (60 credit hours) terminal degree program—is specifically intended for master’s candidates with a busy schedule.
Program features include:
The required low-residency intensives consist of individual studio time with faculty mentoring and critiques, as well as discipline-focused seminars conducted with participants from both concentrations—fostering in-depth topic exploration. Students will have opportunities to refine their voice, network with fellow artists and advance their careers.
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