Art, M.A. (studio art)
Art is as individual as the artist. As a student in SUNY Oswego’s Art master's program, you will have the opportunity to study a variety of media within studio art.
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
Throughout your education, you will work closely with a faculty member who will also serve as your mentor. Many graduates of Oswego’s master's program in art have been accepted in esteemed MFA programs.