Advanced Studio Art Certificate

Graduate Certificate for Professional Development: Post-Baccalaureate in Advanced Studio Art

The Post-Baccalaureate in Advanced Studio Art certificate provides focused, advanced professional studio experience and portfolio development for the experienced visual artist. The certificate offers a 5th-year opportunity for portfolio development in preparation for Graduate School applications for advanced studio training for art educators and professional artists in one of the following six media tracks: Ceramics, Metals, Painting, Printmaking, Photography, or Sculpture.

The Advanced Studio Art certificate program further develops concepts, techniques, materials, methods and critical aesthetic thinking as applied to process of creating two-dimensional or three-dimensional works of art.

Program Requirements

(15 graduate level credit hours)

Select one track9-12
Select one of the following:3-6
Graduate Study in Drawing
Any 600-level Art History
Total Credit Hours12-18

Tracks

Track 1: Ceramics

ART 561Ceramics IV3
ART 562Ceramics V3
ART 600Advanced Research Problems3-6
Total Credit Hours9-12
Track 2: Metals
ART 564Jewelry Design and Metals IV3-6
ART 600Advanced Research Problems3-6
Total Credit Hours6-12
Track 3: Painting
ART 531Painting IV3
ART 532Painting V3
ART 600Advanced Research Problems3-6
Total Credit Hours9-12
Track 4: Photography

For additional information contact the Studio Art Graduate Director.

ART 600Advanced Research Problems3-6
Total Credit Hours3-6
Track 5: Printmaking
ART 541Printmaking IV3
ART 600Advanced Research Problems3-6
Total Credit Hours6-9
Track 6: Sculpture
ART 571Sculpture IV3
ART 572Sculpture V3
ART 600Advanced Research Problems3-6
Total Credit Hours9-12

Portfolio submission required. February 1 deadline for Summer or Fall admission. September 1 for Spring admission; any alternate portfolio reviews are by arrangement through the studio faculty and the Graduate Director, Department of Art. All courses are subject to Permission of Instructor. A 3.00 GPA is required for all course work in the certificate.