The School of Art offers Master of Fine Arts Arts (MFA) degrees in Two-Dimensional Studies, Three Dimensional Studies, and Digital Arts. We also offer Master of Arts (MA) degrees in Art History.
Within these programs students will find a broad range of studio and academic disciplines housed in outstanding facilities. These various disciplines are united by a deep commitment to craft and technical development sustained by rigorous examination of contextual and conceptual issues informing students' work. In the graduate programs at BGSU, we strive to create a productive community of diverse artists and scholars unified by our commitment to excellence. Students come to BGSU from all over the United States and the world. Graduates of our programs continue to achieve an uncommon level of professional recognition, both in terms of exhibition success and in obtaining college and university teaching positions.
All students accepted into the program with a MFA graduate assistantship are awarded shared studios, most often adjacent to the facilities and classrooms where they will be working and teaching. In addition there is a graduate student workroom/lounge equipped with computers and a printer for work with digital imaging or the writing of papers. Graduate student mailboxes are also located there, announcements are posted, and the room serves as an informal meeting and lunch space.
120 McFall Center
Bowling Green, OH 43403-0083
School of Art