An emerging author today will work in many forms over the course of his or her career—Otis prepares its MFA Writing students for a full range of possibilities.
Otis offers minors as defined course sequences, exploring a specific theme, topic or discipline that extends and complements a student's work in a major.
Painting students learn the principles and processes of painting and drawing to give ideas visual form on surfaces that range from paper, canvas, panels, walls, and beyond.
Photography majors focus on a medium with a wide presence in popular culture, majors in gain technical and conceptual skills to analyze and make photographic works of art.
Located on the sixth floor, the Otis photography labs support both film and digital photography and provide a professional workspace for students.
The Monhoff Printmaking Lab supports work in traditional and new technology print processes including relief, photo-based lithography, intaglio, monotype, and screen-printing.
Product design is a multidisciplinary field that involves applying 2D and 3D fabrication processes to produce objects, commercial products, and systems that entertain, enable, and inspire, and transform the way people live.