College of Fine and Applied Arts

COLLEGE OF FINE & APPLIED ARTS

The table lists current assistantship waiver designations for graduate and professional programs in the college or school. Approved Cost Recovery or Self Supporting programs are also indicated. (You can see the definitions here.) The "Program" column indicates the program and degrees. The "Waiver Provided" column specifies whether students from these programs receive a full or base-rate waiver of tuition when they are appointed to waiver-generating assistantships. The “Reimbursement” column indicates what portion, if any, of the tuition may be sought by the student's disciplinary college as reimbursement from the appointing unit outside the college. The “Stand-Alone Waiver Provided” column indicates what type of waiver is processed when a Stand-Alone waiver is awarded by the college.

 

Self Supporting 

Program

Waiver Provided

Unit Seeks Reimbursement

Stand-Alone Waiver Provided

Self-Supporting Sustainable Urban Management MS None   None
 

Architectural Studies MS

Base

*Base

Full

 

Architecture MARCH

Base

*Base

Full

 

Architecture PHD

Full

 

Full

 

Art and Design MFA

Full

 

Full

 

Art Education EDM, MA & PHD        

Full

 

Full

 

Art History MA & PHD

Full

  Full
 

Dance MFA

Full

**Full

Full
 

Landscape Architecture MLA

Full

**Full

Full
 

Landscape Architecture PHD

Full

  Full
 

Music Education MME

Full

**Full

Full
 

Music AD, MMUS & AMUSD

Full

**Full

Full
 

Musicology PHD

Full

**Full

Full
 

Regional Planning PHD

Full

  Full
 

Theatre MA, MFA & PHD

Full

**Full

Full
 

Urban Planning MUP

Full

**Full

Full

 

* Effective Fall 2001 through Summer 2010, Fine and Applied Arts will seek reimbursement from certain administrative (non-research) units. Effective Fall 2010, Fine and Applied Arts may seek reimbursement from units outside the College.
** Effective Fall 2010, Fine and Applied Arts may seek reimbursement from units outside the College.

 

2017-2018