Digital and Interdisciplinary Art Practice (M.F.A.)

*Note: this is a full-time program, non-matric nor PT students are accepted. This program does not admit students in the spring semester.

Total Credits: 60

GRE Required: No

Minimum Language Test Scores: 577 (TOEFL PBT), 90-91 (TOEFL IBT), 7 (IELTS), 61 (PTE), 110 (Duolingo) 

Degree Awarded: M.F.A.

Supporting Documents Required:

  • Official transcripts from all post-secondary institutions attended
  • 2 letters of recommendation
  • Resume/CV
  • Personal Statement
  • Portfolio

What is the value of this degree for the student? 
Students who graduate from DIAP become independent career fine artists, administrators of cultural institutions, designers (graphic, UI and motion/video), art educators (primary, secondary education and academic environments). 

Recent student job placements and/or distinctions: 
Work by current and past DIAP graduate students has been included in major exhibitions at Museo el Barrio, Sao Paulo Biennial, Gwangju Biennial, Istanbul Biennial and were awarded prestigious fellowships and residencies by the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (LMCC), Smack Mellon, Art Omi, Robert Wilson Foundation, Baryshnikov Art Center, Creative Climate Award First Prize.

Who is the ideal student for this program? 
Great for those with an interest in interdisciplinary approaches. Great for those who are interested in Art & Technology, interactivity, time-based media, movement/performance and stimulating dialogues with peers. Applicants should have a BA, BS, or BFA degree in the fields of computer art, graphic/communication design, video, photography, computer science, theater, dance, architecture or other related degrees in art, media, design or technology. 


Prof. Hojoe Moderegger

For more information, please visit the Program Website

Last Updated: 01/12/2023 16:25