The Master of Art in Design is set for students from the several disciplines that are embraced by the term visual arts and designs, who wish to engage in a period of study beyond the Bachelor level, and who wish to raise their intellectual and/or professional experience associated with visual arts and/or design.
Students with Bachelor degrees from other disciplines are invited into the program after they have fulfilled undergraduate requirements of the University admission policy.
In addition to the University admission requirements for graduate students, the candidate must submit a portfolio of work for assessment and schedule an interview with M.A. course faculty.
In order to be accepted into the program, the student must take a minimum of 6 credits per semester as a part-time candidate and 9 credits as a full-time candidate.
Students seeking the degree of Master of Design must meet the University
graduation requirements and complete 36 credits with a cumulative
average of at least 3.0/4.0.