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3D4M MFA Degree Requirements

3D4M offers a Master of Fine Arts degree following a two year course of study and the successful completion of the requirements for 3D4M, the School of Art + Art History + Design, and the Graduate School. The information below outlines the degree requirements specific to 3D4M:ceramics/glass/sculpture.

Year One (45+ Credits)

Autumn Quarter: 15–18 Credits

ART 553 3D4M Graduate Studio (5 Credits)
ART 590 Interdisciplinary Graduate Seminar (5 Credits)
Art History Or Studio Art Elective (3–5 Credits)
GRDSCH 610 Graduate School Teaching Mentorship (3 Credits)**
**required only if you are assigned to TA in winter or spring quarter

Winter Quarter: 15–18 Credits

ART 553 3D4M Graduate Studio (5 Credits)
ART 590 Interdisciplinary Graduate Seminar (5 Credits)
Art History Or Studio Art Elective (3–5 Credits)

Spring Quarter: 15–18 Credits

ART 553 3D4M Graduate Studio (5 Credits)
ART 590 Interdisciplinary Graduate Seminar (5 Credits)
Art History And/Or Studio Art Elective (3–5 Credits)
Any Elective (2–5 Credits)

Year Two (approximately 45 Credits)

Autumn Quarter: 15–18 Credits

ART 553 3D4M Graduate Studio (5 Credits)
ART 590 Interdisciplinary Graduate Seminar (5 Credits)
 Art History and/or Studio Art Elective (3–5 Credits)
Any Elective (2–5 Credits)

Winter Quarter: 15–18 Credits

ART 590 Interdisciplinary Graduate Seminar (5 Credits)
ART 700 Masters Thesis (10 Credits)

Spring Quarter: 12–15 Credits

ART 700 Masters Thesis (10 Credits)
Any Elective (2–5 Credits)

School of Art + Art History + Design Minimum Requirements

ART 553 3D4M Graduate Studio (20 Credits)
ART 590 Interdisciplinary Grad Seminar (25 Credits)
ART 700 Master Thesis (20 Credits)
Art History Electives (10 Credits)
Studio Art and Related Electives (15 Credits)

MINIMUM TOTAL CREDITS: 90

Graduate School Minimum Requirements

Detailed information from the UW Graduate School

Satisfactory Progress Requirements

Admission to the Graduate School allows students to continue graduate study and research at the University of Washington only as long as they maintain satisfactory performance and progress toward completion of their graduate degree program - Memo 16: Unsatisfactory Performance and Progress.

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