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The City College of New York

Graduate Art Programs

The MFA in Studio Art
The MA in Art Education, K-12
The MA in Art History, Museum Studies Option
The MFA in Digital & Interdisciplinary Art Practice [DIAP]

More Information about the Programs and the Art Department at the City College of New York
Digital and Interdisciplinary Art Practice MFA

Develop a critical art practice in digital media. Use a research perspective to explore the relationship between technology and art, and earn an MFA in Digital and Interdisciplinary Art Practice in New York City.

Studio MFA

The MFA in Studio Art at CCNY is a two-year program comprised of a close-knit community of exceptional students, working with committed faculty with expertise in a wide range of mediums and approaches to art-making.

Art Education

The Art Education program at City College of New York prepares students to be reflective artist-educators who can teach in multiple settings, including schools, community centers, museums, and alternative learning sites.

Art History & Museum Studies

The Master’s Program in Art History offers an array of courses that complement and draw on New York’s dynamic arts culture. The city’s diverse museums and galleries and its thriving contemporary art scene are featured in many courses.

Reasons to choose us?

    • Competitive partial tuition fellowships for first and second year students in all graduate programs
    • Active dialogue among the programs, students, and faculty
    • Full schedule of lectures and visiting artist studio visits
    • Collaborative and individual studio space for MFA students
    • Faculty comprised of nationally and internationally recognized artists and scholars
    • Collaborations with NYC art institutions
    • Teaching opportunities
    • Individual attention, small class sizes
    • Historic campus with Neo-Gothic architecture in Manhattan

Contact us

Email, call, or visit CCNY's Campus on 160 Convent Ave