These are mandatory and all come with course.
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The Master of Fine Arts (MFA) Program in Visual Art at the University of British Columbia (UBC) provides an opportunity for intensive conceptual, material, and technical development for those students wishing to pursue a professional career in advanced contemporary art.
The MFA degree is the standard qualifying degree for teaching visual arts at the post-secondary level.
Students take additional academic coursework to enrich their particular focus and present their Major Paper research and artwork to peers, faculty, and the public at their final oral presentation (occurring in the summer of their final year) and at a final critique (occurring during their graduation exhibition)
Students in the program may work in any area of contemporary art production, including painting, drawing, printmaking, three-dimensional and installation work, photography, digital art, multimedia, video, performance, or in any interdisciplinary form.
The MFA Program requires two academic years of coursework, with the completion of requirements occurring in no less than two calendar years and no more than five calendar years after initial registration in the program.
The MFA Program can only be pursued on a full-time basis.
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The Faculty of Graduate Studies may extend a conditional offer of admission to a highly-qualified graduate applicant who does not quite meet the minimum English language proficiency requirement set by the graduate program to which the student has applied.
The student will proceed directly into the graduate degree program after successfully completing the prescribed terms of study in the ELI Intensive Academic English Program (or pre-approved, equivalent alternative).
To be eligible for the Condition Admission Program (CAP), the applicant must:
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