Goals and Course Topics
Gain a Deeper Understanding of Art with our Masters in Visual Communication Online
Art has the power to educate, motivate, stir emotions and change the heart. Advance your career with studies of modern and traditional art media, including websites, film, paintings, photography, sculpture. This Masters in visual communication online program will build your visual and creative literacy so that you can progress to the next level and become a graphic designer, museum curator, art teacher or a freelance collection manager.
Your Masters in Visual Communication Online Program
Tiffin University’s Masters in Visual Communication online program offers the benefits of a comprehensive curriculum taught by professors who are highly qualified academically and professionally. Tiffin University’s masters in visual arts online program is comprised of a diverse offering of courses that cover the history, practice, and theory of art and creativity.
Online: Combination of 7-week and 15-week classes starting in January, May and August
Who Is This Masters in Visual Communication Online Program For?
This Masters in Visual Communication online program guides students through both the western tradition and contemporary film and graphics with courses such as Survey of Western Art History, The Graphic Novel, and Woman and Art. The academic study of art and visual media at Tiffin University promotes visual literacy and gives students the appropriate tools to interpret and evaluate visual media in all forms. This specific concentration also supports those students interested in teaching art at the community college level.
At a Glance
- 100% online degree program
- Regional accreditations
- No application fees
- Flexible start dates
- Accepts transfer credits
- Opportunity to research a topic in-depth and demonstrate mastery in the chosen area of humanities
- Self-designed academic or creative study (e.g., academic thesis, creative project or portfolio project) that culminates in a forty to sixty page project
- Develops from the student’s coursework in the MH program and must be approved by the instructors of the Capstone course
- May help students gain entrance into Ph.D. programs or to more effectively teach at the high school or community college level; may also serve as the basis for future publications
- No work required prior to the start of the class