The College of Fine Arts at Ohio University offers graduate degrees in five of its six schools. The School of Art offers an M.F.A. in ceramics, painting, photography, printmaking, and sculpture, as well as an M.A. in art and art history. The School of Interdisciplinary Arts offers a Ph.D. in the arts, with emphasis on art, architecture, film, music, and theater. The School of Dance does not offer a graduate degree, but graduate courses are available each quarter. The School of Film offers an M.F.A. in film and an M.A. in film studies. The School of Music offers a Master of Music in applied music (perform ance and performance-pedagogy), history and literature, theory, composition, music therapy, and music education. The School of Theater offers an M.A. in theater history and criticism or theater general, and an M.F.A. through professional programs in acting, directing, playwriting, and production design.
Graduate support is available in the form of teaching, research, and graduate assistantships. Graduate internships are also available for selected degree programs. You can obtain information on graduate support and financial aid by contacting the director of the graduate program in each school.