Master of Fine Art

Master of Fine Art

Masters
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2 years
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  • Fee: NPR 375,000

Kathmandu University School of Arts has launched the Master of Fine Arts (MFA) program. Master of Fine Arts (MFA) is an independent research-oriented program that emphasizes practice with the support of the theory.

MFA provides an advanced level of fine arts education with intensive independent projects for creative individuals, art educators, aspiring artists, and designers. With rigorous studio practice, research, critical thinking, and a range of problem-solving approaches, the program foster creativity by supporting students to be versatile, resourceful, and reflective.

Master in Fine Arts prepares students to deal successfully with practical problems and issues. It aims to educate students not only in a specific discipline but also encourages students to work across disciplines, focusing on an intellectually rigorous independent practice.

With a wide range of experience in interdisciplinary collaborations, and exposure to historical, theoretical, and current debates in the various fields, MFA graduates address many of the needs of Nepali society. Thus, the graduates will be playing key roles in their respective fields of expertise contributing to the visual culture of their societies.

Eligibility

Bachelor Degree in any discipline with a minimum of 3 years with 50% or 2.5 CGPA.

Curricular Structure

Course Format for Master of Fine Arts (MFA)

MFA First Year / First Semester

Course

Credits

Research Methods I

3

MFA Seminar I

3

Independent Project I

6

Elective I

3

Total Credits

15

 

MFA First Year / Second Semester

Course

Credits

Research Methods II

3

MFA Seminar II

3

Independent Project II

6

Elective II

3

Total Credits

15

 

MFA Second Year / First Semester

Course

Credits

Dissertation Topics Seminar

3

MFA Seminar III

3

Independent Project III

6

Elective III

3

Total Credits

15

MFA Second Year / Second Semester

Course

Credits

Graduate Thesis Project

6

MFA Thesis Show

3

MFA Dissertation

6

Total Credits

15