The Master of Arts in art and design provides students with a firm foundation in critical theories and trends, as well as the practical application and problem solving involved in design. Students are exposed to various approaches in the field, provided with a historical overview of the field, and are introduced to the principles of a wide range of areas with emphases in graphic design, web user experience, photography, digital art, and project management.
A graduate student in the College of Arts and Humanities may take only one tutorial or independent study course and may enroll in a maximum of nine graduate credit hours per semester. A student may not receive graduate credit for any course designated as a dually enrolled course if that student received credit for the undergraduate version of that course.
- Digital Art Emphasis
- Graphic Design Emphasis
- Photography Emphasis
- Project Management Emphasis
- Web and User Experience Emphasis