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Montana State University

Date of Initial Accreditation: 9/1/1977
Year of Most Recent Comprehensive Review: 2013
Academic Year of Next Scheduled Comprehensive Review: 2023-2024

Degree-Granting, NWCCU, Not-for-Profit, Public.


Bozeman Campus

Bozeman, MT 59717.
Web Site: www.montana.edu/art

A school of art in the college of arts and architecture in the main campus of a state-supported, land-grant university.

Contacts

Joshua DeWeese, Interim Director, School of Art
Telephone: (406) 994-4501

Royce Smith, Dean, College of Arts and Architecture
Telephone: (406) 994-4933

Robert Mokwa, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs
Telephone: (406) 994-4501
Facsimile: (406) 994-3680

Degree and Program Listing

Bachelor of Arts-4 years: Art (Art History, Photography, Studio); Art Education (K-12); Film and Photography (Film, Photography).
Bachelor of Fine Arts-4 years: Graphic Design; Studio Art (Ceramics, Drawing, Metalsmithing, Painting, Printmaking, Sculpture).
Master of Arts-2 years: Art History.
Bachelor of Fine Arts-4 years: Integrated Lens-Based Media.
Master of Fine Arts-3 years: Ceramics; Drawing; Intermedia; Metalsmithing; Painting; Printmaking; Sculpture.
Master of Fine Arts-3 years: Filmmaking (Science and Natural History).


Gallatin College Campus

101 Hamilton Hall, Bozeman, MT 59717.
Web Site: gallatin.montana.edu

A branch campus of a state-supported, land-grant university.

Contacts

Joshua DeWeese, Interim Director, School of Art
Telephone: (406) 994-4501

Robert Mokwa, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs
Telephone: (406) 994-4501
Facsimile: (406) 994-3680

Degree and Program Listing

Associate of Applied Science-2 years: Interior Design.