The Masters in Fine Arts in Studio Art is administered through the Division of Arts & Letters, and offers a concentrated multi-media studio focus on developing professional art makers.

The graduate program in fine art stresses intellectual curiosity, self-discipline, and technical proficiency in the art studio. With course work in painting, printmaking, photography, digital imaging, sculp­ture, graphic design or ceramics, the art studio student is directed to become a mature artist in command of multiple mediums that highlight expression of an individual artistic voice.

The graduate art program enables students either to become practicing artists or to achieve a level of scholarship that can help them to be both art scholars and professional educators. Trained innovators and creative thinkers, fine art majors find ever expanding use of their arts education in contempo­rary life. The employment and entrepreneurial outlook for artists continues to be strong.

Courses in art history support the research of the Fine Arts major and treat art objects as historical documents related in subject, style, technique, and material to other works of art. They further explore analysis through interpretation of their context and purpose. Art history courses range from contemporary international and regional artistic expressions to those of ancient America, Africa, and Asia.

Students are encouraged to develop perception and imagi­nation, combined with an awareness of visual elements, principles of design, artistic statement, and criticism. Professional display, public presentation, and sound research skills culminate in the thesis exhibit and written support document.

Program Objectives:

The Masters of Fine Art in Studio Art, MFASA, is a terminal degree for working artists and scholars. The curriculum is designed to provide students with tools in theory, criticism, and practice so that they hold mastery over the studio art field. In order to provide a framework to ensure a consistent set of expectations across media, the MFASA program has a set of five program outcomes. Courses within the major will address one or more of the following program outcomes:

  • Create a body of professional-level work demonstrating personal vision, rigor, and a cohesiveness in a style that is worthy of a professional gallery.
  • Exhibit the ability conceptualize creative problems and execute solutions while choosing the appropriate techniques/materials and making quality aesthetic choices.
  • Recognize the influence of western/non-western art history and contemporary art on their artworks.
  • Critically analyze artworks by describing, analyzing compositions, interpreting content, and judging results.
  • Communicate research professionally using effective visual, oral, and written presentation skills.

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College of Arts and Sciences


เต็มเวลา (60 ชั่วโมงเรียน)

USD $706 per credit hour

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ประมาณ สิงหาคม 2020


Governors State University

1 University Parkway,



60484, United States



Applicants must: have earned (or will have earned by the term they wish to enroll) a bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited college or university, and have been in good standing at the last institution attended, and have satisfied collegial and/or major criteria, if applicable, for graduate study in a specific major.


  • An undergraduate degree in Art is highly recommended, BFA preferred. An exceptional portfolio of work or post-baccalaureate certificate can prove proficiency in the field if an undergraduate degree is not held.
  • IELTS, applicants must meet the minimum acceptable score of 6.0 academic version.
  • TOEFL Exam scores: Paper - 550; Computer Internet - 213; Internet (iBT) - 80
  • Pearson Test of English PTE Exam score 53: Listening - 53; Speaking - 53; Reading - 53; Writing - 53.

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  • มีหลักสูตรให้เลือกมากกว่า 60 หลักสูตร