Arts and Humanities
4:38 pm
Mon June 17, 2013

U of L Approves Studio Art MFA Program

Rodin's "The Thinker," University of Louisville.
File photo

The University of Louisville board of trustees voted last week to approve a new graduate degree in visual art with the goal of matriculating its first class next fall. The Master of Fine Arts in studio art and design is a 60-credit hour terminal degree. 

The University of Kentucky also offers an MFA in studio art, but U of L’s hot glass and graphic design studies will distinguish the program from the competition -- a not-insignificant consideration for the art department, which has been working on refining their proposed degree program for more than a decade. 

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