Advancement To Candidacy

MASTER OF ARTS IN ART (ART EDUCATION )

Candidacy denotes that the student is fully qualified to complete the final stages of the Master of Arts program in Art with an emphasis in Art Education, and is thus eligible to enroll in ART 696 Master's Project in Art Education. To be formally advanced to candidacy, the student must have:

  1. Completed the graduate entrance writing requirement. Students are urged to complete this requirement as early in their program as possible, and prior to taking any art history course work in the department;
  2. Achieved classified status;
  3. Been accepted by an art education advisor to supervise the course of study;
  4. Completed, with the approval of the Art Department graduate coordinator, at least 15 quarter units of applicable course work at this university, and achieved a minimum grade of "B" (3.0) in these courses;
  5. Successfully completed an advancement review conducted by the Department of Art graduate committee and art education advisor;
  6. Filed a program of graduate course work prepared in consultation with the student's art education advisor and approved by the Art Department graduate coordinator.

Requirements for Graduation

  1. A minimum of 45 quarter units of approved graduate-level work, with at least 32 completed at this university;
  2. A grade of at least 3.0 ("B") in all courses taken to satisfy the Master of Arts degree requirements;
  3. Completion and exhibition of an acceptable art project, a report and documentation of the project approved by the student's graduate committee and the Art Department graduate coordinator, and a substantial art education research paper that will be presented during a public forum;
  4. The graduation writing requirement is met upon successful completion of the art education research paper that accompanies the master's project in ART 696;
  5. Any general requirements not cited above for graduate degrees and noted in the university catalog.

MASTER OF ARTS IN ART (STUDIO ART)

Advancement to Candidacy

Candidacy denotes that the student is fully qualified to complete the final stages of the Master of Arts program in Art, and is thus eligible to enroll in ART 695. Master's Project. To be formally advanced to candidacy, the student must have:

  1. Completed the graduate entrance writing requirement. Students are urged to complete this requirement as early in their program as possible, and prior to taking any art history course work in the department;
  2. Achieved classified status;
  3. Been accepted by an area advisor to supervise the course of study;
  4. Completed, with the approval of the Art Department graduate coordinator, at least 15 quarter units of applicable course work at this university, and achieved a minimum grade of "B" (3.0) in these courses;
  5. Successfully completed an advancement review conducted by the Department of Art graduate committee and graduate coordinator;
  6. Filed a program of graduate course work prepared in consultation with the student's area advisor and approved by the Art Department graduate coordinator.

Requirements for Graduation

  1. A minimum of 45 quarter units of approved graduate-level work, with at least 32 completed at this university;
  2. A grade of at least 3.0 ("B") in all courses taken to satisfy the Master of Arts degree requirements;
  3. Completion and exhibition of an acceptable project, and submission of a report and documentation of the project approved by the student's graduate committee and the Art Department graduate coordinator;
  4. The graduation writing requirement is met upon successful completion of the written report that accompanies the master's project in ART 695;
  5. Any general requirements not cited above and noted on Page 368 in Bulletin of Courses 2011-12.
  6. Deficiencies must be made up as early in the program as possible, normally within the first 20 units after conditional admission.

 

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