College of Arts and Architecture
The School of Architecture offers a five and a half year professional program culminating in a Master of Architecture degree. The Master of Architecture is fully accredited by NAAB. The program has 300 undergraduate and 50 graduate students.
The Master of Fine Arts is a project based, non-media specific curriculum that focuses on individual artistic development and creative leadership. The program brings together talented individuals from a variety of different media building a community that fosters exploration, professionalism and creative success.
The MA in Art History program welcomes inquiries and applications from students who have an academic background in art history or a broad spectrum of the humanities and social sciences. Candidates should have the motivation to learn to read a foreign language, to employ analytical structures, and to make timely progress through the two-year program.
M.F.A. in Science and Natural History Filmmaking seeks candidates with at least an undergraduate major or minor degree concentration in natural, applied, or social sciences. These fields include but are not limited to biology, physics, chemistry, mathematics, astronomy, engineering, earth sciences, computer and technology science, environmental sciences, psychology, anthropology, archaeology, sociology, health sciences, and other related fields. Some research experience is preferred. Candidates are not expected to have education or experience in filmmaking although applications from filmmakers with science backgrounds or science production experience will be given full consideration.
Dean, College of Arts & Architecture
Dr. Royce Smith
217 Cheever Hall, Bozeman, MT 59717
406-994-4405 Email: email@example.com
Director of the School of Architecture
Andrew Vernooy, Professor
160 Cheever Hall, Bozeman, MT 59717
406-994-4256 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Director, School of Art
Vaughan Judge, Professor
213 Haynes Hall, Bozeman, MT 59717
406-994-4501 Email: Vaughan.email@example.com
Director of the School of Film & Photography
Theo Lipfert, Professor
226 VCB, Bozeman, MT 59717
406-994-7588 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org