This program aims to develop the scientific quality of the postgraduate program in the field of fine and applied arts, in order to ensure an effective contribution to the development of academic outputs of fine arts, and to achieve the cultural and civilizational progress of society. Increasing knowledge awareness in the field of fine arts and raising the level of research capabilities in the field of fine and applied arts. The student studies 45 units - 60 hours to be awarded upon completion of the program a master's degree in fine and applied arts.
- Developing the scientific quality of the graduate program in the field of arts
- Developing the academic outcomes of fine arts>
- Increasing cognitive awareness in the field of fine arts And raise the level of research capabilities in the field of fine and applied arts
Knowledge and understanding
- Learn about technical concepts and terminology and the similarities between them in different fields
- Identifying the cultural values that have been included in the arts throughout the historical eras.
- Recognition. Mechanisms for collecting and classifying information in research studies in the field of arts
- Familiarity with scientific theories and research studies in the field of arts.
- Learn about field survey methods related to the fields of arts
Mental Skills (mental skills)
- Practicing critical and analytical thinking of works of art.
- Interpreting different artistic theories and employing them in the practice of art and its objective readings.
- Realizing the expressive connotations and meanings contained in the elements of folklore.
- Realizing the different factors affecting the production of artwork.
Practical and professional skills
- The ability to use modern technologies available in this field.
- The ability to implement elaborate and thoughtful artwork.
- The ability to conduct research and academic studies in the field of arts.
- The ability to appreciate aesthetics and spread it as a general culture.
- The ability to use modern approaches in writing letters in scientific research.
General and transferable skills
- Dealing with community issues and communicating within a teamwork team.
- Focus on the use of modern technology in the field of arts of all kinds.
- The ability to think critically
Master degree in of Fine and Applied Arts
- Certificate of proficiency in the language of instruction.
- Obtaining a first university degree (bachelor's) in the field of specialization with the grade determined by the Graduate Studies Department at the university,
- Admission is only made after passing the entrance exam, which consists of a written exam and a personal interview
- Students are accepted according to the available capabilities in a manner that does not conflict with the quality requirements regarding the capabilities within the institutions.
The Master in Fine and Applied Arts prepares students to qualify for Master in Fine and Applied Arts. The student studies several subjects which have been carefully chosen in this major to cover its different aspects.
It comprises 8 Semesters of study, in which the student will study a total of 60 units, which include 12 units of general subjects, and 30 major units, 6 of elective units. In addition to a final project in the student's major.
Study plan for this program is shown below:
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