Application requirements for the Professional BFA Program include:
1. Completion of foundation art core courses
2. Completion of 200-level studios (may use courses being taking during the semester of application)
3. A minimum 2.75 GPA
4. Statement of Intent (See BFA Portfolio Review Checklist for more information)
5. Printed copy of UI web transcripts
6. Digital portfolio of 10 artworks with printed Image List
BFA Portfolio Review Checklist
BFA Portfolio Review Application Form
Next Review Deadline: March 5th.
Portfolio reviews occur mid-semester in the fall and spring. Students may reapply for entry twice or consider the Bachelor of Arts Degree. PLEASE NOTE: Student accepted must maintain a minimum Institutional GPA of 2.75 and receive a grade of C or better in all 300-400 level art courses. Students accepted into the professional program must complete 15 credits of 300-level studio courses with at least 6 of the 15 credits in one sequential studio area and 6 credits of art history BEFORE registration in ART 490 and ART 495.
For further inquiries or questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Requirements for the professional program include:
1. Completion of the art core courses
2. A minimum 2.75 GPA
3. Statement of Intent and Interview
4. Printed copy of UI web transcripts
For further inquiries or questions, please email email@example.com or visit the College of Education's Teacher Education section.
For further inquiries or questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The University of Idaho’s M.F.A. program is a 60-credit concept-oriented, studio degree designed for students eager to explore INTEGRATED approaches to art making and design. Applicants are considered based on the strength of their portfolio and potential rather than a focus on a specific medium. The program fosters exploration in a number of theoretical and practice-based contexts in a vibrant and creative atmosphere.
You will apply online for the M.F.A. program through Graduate Admissions. Admission requirements for the M.F.A. include:
2. Supporting application materials as required by Graduate Admissions
3. Digital portfolio of personal work. Please reference MFA Application
4. 3 letters of recommendation
5. Statement of Purpose (1-2 pages)
6. Official Transcripts
M.F.A. Digital Portfolio Information
Priority deadline for full applications is Feb 15th. Admissions process closed April 1st.
The M.A.T. in Art is a 30 credit graduate degree for certified teachers who wish expand their studio practice and educational pedagogy. You can apply for the M.A.T. program through Graduate Admissions. Admission to the M.A.T. program requires:1. A related undergraduate degree
2. At least 20 credits of undergraduate Art & Design coursework
3. A minimum 3.0 GPA
4. Supporting application materials as required by graduate admissions, including a portfolio of your personal work.
5. Digital portfolio of 15 pieces of personal work and 10 of student work.