Animation MFA Program Suspension
The MFA program in the School of Art is currently going through a period of growth and reorganization which has presented some challenges. Because of this, the Graduate Committee had to make a difficult decision and has decided to suspend admissions into the Visual Arts/Animation MFA program until further notice. This will allow us to continue providing students with exceptional learning experiences and opportunities in our other MFA concentrations.
What You Will Study
Total Credit Hours: 60
Through concentrated study and experimentation, you will focus on your development as a professional artist. Through your interactions with faculty and peers, you will explore ideas and techniques, interact with visiting artists and critics, and broaden your technical, aesthetic, and conceptual understanding of media within contemporary practice.
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Paying for Your Education
Work as a graduate assistant to help pay for your tuition while gaining meaningful, hands-on experience through working alongside our expert faculty. We offer both full-time (20 hours/week) and part-time (10 hours/week) assistantships. Find a position.
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Ready to Apply?
To be considered for Ball State's graduate program, you must have earned an undergraduate degree in animation, film, art, graphic design, illustration, or another visual art discipline. Admission is granted once per academic year. Using a cohort model of instruction, coursework begins each Fall semester.