Masters of Fine Arts (Art)

The Master of Fine Arts (Art) Program is a two-year, full-time, graduate degree program for students interested in pursuing advanced study in the visual arts. This Art Studio program accepts one to two students per year on a competitive basis, keeping the cohort small.

Students are provided with a generous, independent studio space and access to well-equipped technical facilities and support. Students follow an approved thesis program under the supervision of a Supervisory Committee comprised of University of Lethbridge faculty members. The program requires the completion of coursework and a thesis project, culminating in an exhibition/presentation and thesis defense. For more information, visit the School of Graduate Studies, or contact the graduate coordinator, Mary Kavanagh.

See examples of Faculty & Staff artwork in the Faculty & Staff Works Gallery section.