The Decker Library is a repository for documentation of Masters Theses from MICA's graduate programs (1956-present). Here is an inventory of the theses that we have from the MFA IN COMMUNITY ARTS program.
A complete listing of theses on deposit from all graduate programs is available on the Library website, Masters Thesis Collection. This catalog provides access by name, year, and program.
The Masters Theses documentation for all years can be viewed by appointment. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 410-225-2714 to arrange.
New! Digital Decker
Complete masters theses from recent years are available for viewing online in the Decker Library's new digital thesis repository. Theses that are "unrestricted" are available to view from any location. Those that are "restricted" can only be viewed on MICA's campus.
Theses from 2015 and later are available in Digital Decker
Graduate students submit their thesis through Moodle, MICA's learning management system. Go to moodle.mica.edu to view the 'course' titled "Graduate Thesis Archive." Graduate students will be automatically enrolled in this course. If you are a graduate student and you do not see this course, please contact Andrew Lundholm in the Graduate Studies office at email@example.com
Research assistance is available whenever the Library is open -- in person, by phone, or by email -- for studio or academic work.
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