graduate | requirements

- 104 units over a three-year course of study are required.
- Students must take a minimum of 12 units per quarter.
- Residency is required.
 
 
FIRST YEAR - 36 units required
Art 210: First Year Graduate Seminar (Fall)
Art 220: Graduate Seminar: Issues in Contemporary Art (Winter)
Art 230: Graduate Group Critique (3 courses; must take one course per quarter)
Art 240: Interdiscipinary Projects (3 courses; must take one course per quarter)
Art 215: Graduate Seminar: Interdisciplinary Studies in Art and Culture, or Art 251: Special Topics Seminar (in Winter or Spring)
Open Studio First Year Review (Spring)
 

SECOND YEAR - 28 units required
Art 220: Graduate Seminar: Issues in Contemporary Art (Winter)
Art 230: Graduate Group Critique (2 courses; must take in Fall and Winter)
Art 240: Interdisciplinary Projects (2 courses; must take in Fall and Winter)
Art 262: Graduate Thesis, Independent Study (may take with thesis committee members for 4 units in Spring)
Art 215: Graduate Seminar: Interdisciplinary Studies in Art and Culture, or Art 251: Special Topics Seminar (in any quarter)
Open Studio Review (Winter)
Second Year Exhibition (Winter)

THIRD YEAR - 40 units required
Art 230: Graduate Group Critique (Fall)
Art 261: Graduate Thesis Writing Seminar (Spring)
Art 262: Graduate Thesis, Independent Study (must take with each thesis committee member for 1-4 units each quarter)
Art 263: Graduate Thesis, Exhibition Critique (Winter)

Two courses selected from the following, to be taken in any quarter:
Art 215: Graduate Seminar: Interdisciplinary Studies in Art and Culture
Art 236: Graduate Topics in Studio Production
Art 250: Directed Reading and Research
Art 251: Directed Group Study
Art 255: Graduate Interdisciplinary and Collaborative Projects
Art 257: Curatorial Projects

Two courses selected from the following, to be taken in any quarter:
Art 215: Graduate Seminar: Interdisciplinary Studies in Art and Culture
Art 240: Interdisciplinary Projects
Art 251: Directed Group Study
Art 399: University Teaching
Outside graduate course

Thesis Exhibition (Spring)