The School of Art at Kent State University provides abundant opportunities for graduate students to advance their skills in all areas of visual art, offering degrees in Art Education, Art History and Studio Art. We offer the only M.F.A. program in northeast Ohio, and are the only public institution in the state to offer this breadth of studio specialties.
Kent State University’s School of Art offers these graduate degrees:
M.A. in Art Education - Students may choose between a traditional (on-campus) degree, the 100% online degree, or a hybrid degree, with courses taken both online and on campus. In addition, an M.A.T. with an emphasis in Art Education is also offered through the College of Education, Health, and Human Services, which includes eligibility for pre-K-12 licensure in the visual arts from the State of Ohio.
M.F.A. or M.A. in Studio Art - M.F.A. students may choose a concentration in Ceramics, Drawing, Glass, Painting, Jewelry/Metals/Enameling, Print Media and Photography, Sculpture and Expanded Media, or Textiles.
M.A. in Art History - Students may specialize in African, American, Medieval, Renaissance, Early Modern, Modern, American, or Contemporary art and critical theory.
Highlights of our program include:
• Dedicated studio space for studio art graduate students
• Competitive Graduate Assistantships that offer tuition remission and a stipend
• Teaching and research opportunities
• Access to world-class museums and research libraries
• Working with a range of graduate faculty
• Renowned visiting artist program
• Access to state-of-the-art facilities, equipment and tools
• Travel study opportunities every semester
All of the School of Art studios and classrooms are located under one roof in the Center for the Visual Arts, which had its grand opening in 2016.
For more information or to schedule a visit, contact Graduate Coordinator, Peter Johnson at email@example.com or 330-672-1362. Visit the Graduate Admissions page linked below for more information on how to apply.
FALL ADMISSION: FEBRUARY 2
ART EDUCATION FALL DEADLINE: APRIL 15 for assistantship consideration; JUNE 12 for final deadline to enter program
Applications completed after the deadline will not be reviewed. Due to the time constraints of the admissions process, all applications must meet the above deadlines.