Masters Degree Study Departments
Master’s degree in Fine Arts
Learning period: Non research track: 2 years | Registration Status: open for Fall semester 2021-2022 | Department web site
The Department of Fine Arts’ workshops and courses encompass all contemporary fields of the creative arts (painting, sculpture, drawing, video, computers, printmaking, ceramics, illustration, performance art, installation art) and they are taught by first class artist-lecturers. Studies in the department are aimed at providing skills, basic concepts, and principles of thinking to those engaged in the making of creative art. The combination of applied work and theoretical study, including courses in the Department of Art History, enables students to develop practical abilities along with historical understanding and tools to critically analyze artworks.