Internships and Special Opportunities
To see exciting internship opportunities, visit our blog at http://news.art.fsu.edu/opportunities/internships/
To see reports of exciting internship experiences from other students, visit our internship experiences page at http://news.art.fsu.edu/student-perspectives/internship-experiences/
Art students are provided many study abroad opportunities through FSU International Programs. With opportunities to work closely with faculty from the Department of Art, Department of Art History, and other institutions, our students benefit from a broad range of related course offerings including art, design, and art history in numerous locations worldwide.
Internships are strongly encouraged for all students. An internship is an opportunity for a student to have an experiential leaning opportunity in the field while earning credit hours.
Please note that students must complete ALL Foundations courses before beginning an internship.
The Master Craftsman Program introduces students from a range of academic disciplines (including Art, Theatre, Film, Anthropology, Engineering, Art Education, and Interior Design) to specialized techniques in advanced molding and casting, state-of-the-art equipment and materials, methods in glass and metal, and design and construction of architectural elements, as well as professional business practices.