Director: R.C. Heipp
Graduate Coordinator: L. Garber Lake
Complete faculty listing: Follow this link.
The School of Art and Art History offers the M.F.A. degree in art with specializations in ceramics, creative photography, drawing, painting, printmaking, sculpture, graphic design, and art and technology. The school also offers Master of Arts degrees in art education, art history, and museology (museum studies) and the Doctor of Philosophy degree in art history. For information about each of these graduate programs, please follow the links below to their individual program pages within the Graduate Catalog.