Graduate Research in Public Action (APA5102.01)

Robert Ransick

This class is designed for MFA students to research and develop new work, show work-in-progress, be in critical dialogue with their colleagues, and discuss issues involved in the development of new work. The weekly format is determined with the students. Outside of class, students develop their own independent creative projects that will be presented to the public, either formally or informally, by the end of the term.

Prerequisites: 5000-level course: Enrollment in the MFA Program in Public Action. For registration, please e-mail to confirm.
Credits: 6
Maximum Enrollment: 2
Course Frequency:
This course is categorized as 5000, Advancement of Public Action, All courses, Four Credit, Robert Ransick.