Department of Integrated Rural Art and Industry Graduate Programmes

Department of Integrated Rural Art and Industry Graduate Programmes

MPhil Integrated Art

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The MPhil Degree in Integrated Art programme is designed to last two years; two semesters of taught courses and studio practice, and two semesters of Studio Practice (Research) and Project Report (thesis writing) with a minimum credit hour requirement for graduation of 65 credits.

Admission Requirements

a) Applicants must have a first degree in Integrated Rural Art and Industry preferably a First Class or Second Class Honours (Upper Division) or a first degree in a closely related field.

b) Applicants with Master of Integrated Art and Industry will be admitted to the Second Year of the Masters Degree programme.  Candidates with a second class Lower Division and considerable relevant professional experience may also apply.

c) Applicants must be successful at an interview and assessment of portfolio in the areas of specialization.

Areas of Specialization

Fibres and Fabrics Technology; Leather Technology; Clay and Earthenware Technology; Woodworking Technology; Metals Fabrication Technology; Bamboo and Rattan Technology; and Product Design Technology.

d) Study in Product Design Technology is available to candidates       with good first degree in relevant designed based

programmes, such as; Graphic Communication, Painting, Architecture, Computer Science and Engineering programmes.

Master of Integrated Art

Duration of the Programme: One Year (Full Time) / Two Years (Part-Time)

The Master of Integrated Art Degree programme is designed to last for one year; two semesters of taught courses and Studio Practice (Research) and Project Report (thesis writing) with a minimum credit hour requirement for graduation of 35 credits.

Admission Requirements

a) Applicants must have a first degree in Integrated Rural Art     and Industry preferably a First Class or Second Class        Honours (Upper Division) or a first degree in a closely      related field. Candidates with a Second Class Lower      Division and considerable relevant professional experience may also apply.

b) Applicants must be successful at an interview and assessment of portfolio in the areas of specialization.

 Areas of Specialization

Fibres and Fabrics Technology; Leather Technology; Clay and Earthenware Technology; Woodworking Technology; Metals Fabrication Technology; Bamboo and Rattan Technology; and Product Design Technology.

Study in Product Design Technology is available to candidates      with good first degree in relevant designed based programmes,   such as; Graphic Communication, Painting, Architecture, Computer Science and Engineering programmes.

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