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Master of Fine Arts (M.F.A.) Academic Performance


In the master of fine arts (M.F.A.) program, no student may receive more than 9 credits for courses in which he or she earned grades of C. Each discipline's graduate faculty reviews students' performance at midsemester and at the conclusion of each semester.

Students who have not maintained satisfactory academic or professional standards in any phase of the program may be artistically dismissed. Artistic dismissal is subject to review by the dean of the school. Official notification of academic probation, academic warning, or academic dismissal is handled by the Mason Gross School of the Arts Scholastic Standing Committee. A student receiving notice of academic dismissal may appeal this action only by writing to the Mason Gross Scholastic Standing Committee.
 
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