These courses are intended as guidelines. Speak to your guidance counsellor to see what courses are offered at your school.
Students entering the Master of Fine Arts program should in most cases hold a Bachelor of Fine Arts or a Bachelor of Music. Qualified applicants will be considered for admission to the program on the basis of academic standing and a proposal leading to an MA thesis or an MFA project. This proposal must clearly demonstrate the need for supervision in more than one area of knowledge, and must indicate the availability of resources and supervision in these areas. In addition to the proposed program, applicants should submit appropriate supporting material (portfolio, sample of scholarly writing, etc.) and a proposed format for his/her graduation project. An audition and/or interview may be required. Once students have begun course work a more detailed, formal proposal will be submitted to the Ad-Hoc Fine Arts Graduate & Interdisciplinary Committee for approval.