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Curriculum

Requirements for the MFA in Painting
Course Title Course # Credits
Hoffberger School of Painting I PT 6550A 9-12
Hoffberger School of Painting II PT 6550A 9-12
Hoffberger School of Painting III PT 6550A 9-12
Hoffberger School of Painting IV PT 6551A 9-12
Graduate Liberal Arts Seminars   12

Total Credits for the MFA in Painting: 60

Course Descriptions

Hoffberger School of Painting I

PT 5550A

12 credits

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Waltemath. Offered Fall. Two days of the week will be devoted to the Hoffberger program which includes Visiting Artist presentations, lectures by the director, group critiques and Museum visits. Designed as research and development for studio practice, first year students are expected to balance the program demands with studio time in order to achieve anticipated results. Prerequisite: Hoffberger students only.

Hoffberger School of Painting II

PT 5551A

12 credits

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Waltemath. Offered spring. Two days of the week will be devoted to the Hoffberger program which includes Visiting Artist presentations, lectures by the director, group critiques and Museum visits. Designed as research and development for studio practice, first year students are expected to balance the program demands with studio time in order to achieve anticipated results. Prerequisite: Hoffberger students only.

Hoffberger School of Painting III

PT 6550A

12 credits

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Waltemath. Offered Fall. Two days of the week will be devoted to the Hoffberger program which includes Visiting Artist presentations, lectures by the director, group critiques and Museum visits. Designed as research and development for studio practice, second year students are expected to balance the program demands with studio time in order to achieve anticipated results. Prerequisite: Hoffberger students only.

Hoffberger School of Painting IV

PT 6551A

12 credits

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Waltemath. Offered spring. Two days of the week will be devoted to the Hoffberger program which includes Visiting Artist presentations, lectures by the director, group critiques and Museum visits. Second year students begin to work together with the director and Visiting Critic as a group to meet thesis requirements. Each student will prepare a publication of their thesis in addition to their exhibition. Prerequisite: Hoffberger students only.