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Programs of Study
At Oregon College of Art and Craft (OCAC), we believe that to excel as artists and makers, students need a nurturing and challenging environment. That’s why we cultivate a personalized, student-centered culture, with an emphasis on mentor-based learning.
Life focuses on the studio and the adventure of becoming an artist. It’s a place to develop a breadth of experience with different materials — rare in our age of specialization, and yet vital to meet today’s need for creativity and innovation.
We invite you to pursue your future here.
Degree Program Offerings
Through our 12 areas of study, and multiple degree programs, you can design the academic route that fits you. If you have questions, please contact us. Call us at 971-255-4192 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The MFA is an advanced Craft studies program emphasizes problem solving through the manipulation of materials and the vigorous exchange across disciplines and media. With an expansive and versatile approach, the MFA is an intellectual investigation of process, purpose, and communication distinguished by its methodology as much as its outcome. MORE >
Connecting design thinking to design doing, OCAC and Pacific Northwest College of Art have collaborated to create a unique MFA program, grounded in hands-on making, entrepreneurial strategies, and social and environmental engagement. MORE >
The Post-Baccalaureate Certificate is a one-year pre-graduate program designed for students with studio art experience at the college level. Applicants must have an undergraduate degree to apply to this program. The program gives students the opportunity to focus on the medium of their choice. MORE >
The Certificate in Craft program is a three-year program for students interested in studying a particular studio area in depth, without taking most of the general studies courses required for a BFA degree. The Certificate in Craft program is designed to focus primarily on studio practice to gain proficient skills and to create a body of work in their area of study. MORE >