Relm Posted October 7, 2013 Share Posted October 7, 2013 This is for those of you who DON'T have an undergraduate degree in art (or, for those of you who know MFA candidates that don't). For the MFA programs that have a requirement that "BFA/BA in art required" in order to be considered for an MFA, how strict are they on that? I've done a LOT of continuing ed through SVA and SAIC (including a certificate there). Without a doubt, my CEd coursework would MORE than cover the requirements for a studio art major at my alma mater, and my recommenders would be drawn from that pool of continuing ed instructors. Clearly, a lot depends on the school, who else is applying, and how strong your portfolio is. Just curious if any of you has had any experience with this stated prerequisite and could talk a little bit about how rigid or not rigid schools have been about it. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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