The Corcoran School of the Arts & Design at the George Washington University provides a powerful arts experience in the heart of Washington, DC. The Corcoran School’s faculty and students make art with influence — bridging creative expression and real-world application.
Corcoran graduate students choose from three programs:
MFA in Interior Architecture & Design
The Master of Fine Arts provides a top-ranked design curriculum in an urban epicenter of arts and culture. Students craft three-dimensional spaces using of dynamic concepts, cutting edge materials, and pioneering methods. With projects focused on contemporary design challenges and mentorship from distinguished professionals, graduates acquire skills and connections to launch their creative careers.
MA in New Media Photojournalism
As the first program of its kind, the master’s in New Media Photojournalism encourages experimentation and teaches students to adapt to the ever-evolving world of visual storytelling. The degree prepares the next generation of reporters, editors, and producers with a combination of the latest digital tools and enduring fundamentals of journalism.
MA in Exhibition Design
The Master of Arts in Exhibition Design is uniquely devoted to experiential design. Students create engaging spaces and environments for museums, events, private companies and more. In conjunction with technical and theory-based education, students gain skills through projects and internships at organizations like the Smithsonian, the National Zoo, SweetGreen, and award-winning design and event marketing firms.
For more information on admissions visit corcoran.gwu.edu.
Apply now for Fall 2015 admission.
Attend an open house (online or in-person) February 26 from 6–7:30pm.