Art, M.A. (studio art)
Art is as individual as the artist. Our program will help you pursue advanced studies in the visual arts as a means of attaining accomplishment in their discipline that extends beyond that of the baccalaureate degree.
As a student in the art program, you will have the opportunity for in-depth study of ceramics, drawing, illustration, painting, photography, printmaking, or sculpture while gaining a greater understanding of the latest developments in art theory, history and criticism.
- ART 553 - Twentieth Century Art, credit: 3
- ART 558 - Native North American Indian Art and Architecture, credit: 3
- ART 500 - Graduate Studio, credit: 3
- ART 510 - Graduate Drawing, credit: 3
Read full curriculum in the 2016-2017 Graduate Catalog.
Read graduate stories
Oswego's program allowed me expand my portfolio by addressing design briefs and presenting full case studies. I especially appreciated the flexibility to explore the craft I wanted to expand, while also pushing me to incorporate new mediums and ideas.
Lily Choi, '15 M'17
Our program ensures that graduates have the opportunity to develop their art making to a highly professional level within an academic environment. Throughout your education, you will work closely with a faculty member who will also serve as your mentor. Many graduates of our program have been accepted in esteemed MFA programs.