The Master of Fine Art and Design is a professionally oriented course that facilitate technical and conceptual development through studio practice. Studio options include: Furniture Design, Drawing, Printmaking, Painting, Sculpture, E-Media and Photography. Curatorial studies are also available.
This degree aim to provide a high quality recognised qualification at postgraduate level in a professional practice-oriented coursework program. The course provides a flexibly structured program with the capability of cross-disciplinary, cross-faculty and cross-campus study allowing students, in conjunction with the School, to design a course which best serves their professional needs.
Students complete a professional practice project, or a series of such projects, agreed upon in consultation with the Postgraduate Awards Committee, with the option of undertaking a research component in the final semester. These courses allow a great deal of flexibility for students and involve a substantial amount of independent study.
Those interested in Visual Communication and Graphic Design are encouraged to consider the Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma or Master of Visual Communication.
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18 December, 2012