Students in Time-Based Art should meet with the faculty coordinator teaching the current Time-Based Art Graduate Seminar course (Time-Based Art I and II) to discuss requirements and future coursework planning.
An MFA requires a minimum of 60 hours, including the following:
Year I + II:
- A minimum of 16 hours of studio courses in the Time-Based Art concentration
- Time-Based Art students are required to take the offered Time-Based Art course each semester for the first two years.
- A minimum of 9 hours of graduate-level* academic (non-studio) courses of which at least 6 hours are to be in art history.
- 1 hour of First-Semester Graduate Seminar
- This course allows you an introduction to the School of Art faculty
- A minimum of 14 hours of electives consisting of any combination of courses offered by the University for Graduate credit*.
- Students with a GTA are required to successfully complete 3 hours of Art 503, Theory and Practice of Art Fundamentals. These hours are to be considered elective.
- Time-Based Art students are encouraged to take Experiments courses offered each semester in 4D and Design.
- 20 hours of Art 599, Project in Lieu of Thesis. Students must have completed all coursework prior to the commencement of Art 599.
*courses that are listed in the UT Graduate Catalog and allow the option of graduate credit (GR) during registration.