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The Master of Fine Arts in Dance at The Ohio State University is a three-year program that requires a minimum of 60 semester units of graduate-level work.
Recognized as a terminal degree, the MFA springs from our studio-centered areas of study:
Movement analysis and notation
Production and lighting design
Dance and technology
Though the emphasis is on creative work, our program is grounded in academic study and is designed to send graduates out into the field with both depth and breadth of knowledge.
The MFA in dance is designed for learners who locate themselves within a spectrum of strengths — from returning dance professionals to those who exhibit exceptional promise without an extensive professional background. The ideal MFA candidate is one who understands and demonstrates what it means to be a working artist, who is a reflective practitioner and scholar, and who arrives in the program in a spirit of open-ended inquiry and a desire to expand his or her knowledge and artistry.
For more information and to schedule a visit, go to: dance.osu.edu/prospective-students/about-mfa