The MFA in Studio Arts represents the culmination of academic training in the visual arts. Alongside exemplary production skills within a given medium, our graduate students develop sophisticated understandings of the conceptual underpinnings of their work; of the social significance of their activities; and of the historical lineage and antecedents of their ideas.
MFA in Studio Arts
Choose one of the following concentrations:
The residency requirement consists of five consecutive terms of full-time study:
- Fall, Winter and Summer terms in the first year
- Fall and Winter terms in the second year
Your residency will straddle seminar courses and individual studio experimentation in the first two years. In the final year, you will focus on the development and defense of your thesis project, a mature body of work produced under the mentorship of a faculty advisor. You may also apply for a limited number of teaching assignments reserved for graduate students in your final year of study.
As a Studio Arts graduate student, you will have access to Concordia’s many state-of-the-art facilities.