Comparing Graduate (MFA) and Undergraduate (BFA) Approaches to Design Education
Note: This video is more relevant to MFA applicants than MA applicants. Michael Gibson speaks briefly about the differences between learning objectives and outcomes at the graduate and undergraduate levels in design (at least at UNT CVAD...). Regardless of an individual MFA applicant's design discipline (visual communication design, interior design, industrial design, interaction design, etc.), the work an applicant submits for our faculty selection committeeto review must be very well-considered conceptually and aesthetically.