The Master of Fine Arts degree is a unique 60-credit program with options in painting and drawing, printmaking, sculpture and installation, and photography and experimental media. Students can focus in one studio area or many. It is offered in two formats:
1) The flexible, low-residency MFA with residencies at the Vermont Studio Center in Johnson includes four 4-week residencies at the studio center where they have the sanctuary to create while connecting with a community of resident and visiting artists from throughout the world.
2) The campus-based MFA on the Johnson campus offers artists the opportunity to complete a graduate degree while taking advantage of the rich local and regional art communities.