The graduate curriculum includes instruction in a mix of traditional skills developed from early stage production combined with emerging and sometimes yet-to-be commercially available technologies, including coursework in welding and statistical engineering, the stagecraft of illusion, AutoCAD and interpretive strategies. Students are trained to become leaders of a team of technical designers, technicians and craftspeople, able to generate a tangible world from abstract ideas, drawings and conversations.
Technical Direction MFA candidates are required to pass a Graduation Review to complete the Program and obtain the MFA degree.
Detailed curriculum and academic requirements can be found in the online course catalog.
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