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Earning a Ph.D. can be done in as little as two years, and the wealth of knowledge and experience gained can be put to good use for decades to come. This advanced degree can make a big difference in your ability to find a job doing something that you enjoy. What is a Ph.D. in Creative Art? This advanced degree represents the highest level of education you can attain. By focusing on the field of cr… Read more

Earning a Ph.D. can be done in as little as two years, and the wealth of knowledge and experience gained can be put to good use for decades to come. This advanced degree can make a big difference in your ability to find a job doing something that you enjoy.

What is a Ph.D. in Creative Art? This advanced degree represents the highest level of education you can attain. By focusing on the field of creative art, individuals can concentrate their studies in one area of their choosing, such as architecture, painting, drawing, sculpture, or another medium. Students then work to develop their skills and knowledge in that area to a greater extent. However, you must have received a bachelor’s and master’s degree prior to beginning your doctoral program.

The benefits of earning a Doctorate in Creative Art are vast and varied. Individuals often learn to work cooperatively with others as they complete projects and set up exhibits, and they usually develop better communication skills as they discuss their projects and ideas with professors and students.

The cost of earning a doctoral degree in creative art can vary for each student and depends on a variety of factors. Students are encouraged to seek out financial aid, scholarships, and other economic means in order to help offset the cost of earning their doctorate.

Receiving a Ph.D. in Creative Art can open the doors to many employment opportunities. Graduates may choose to work as curators in art museums and cultural institutions, or as directors for art studios overseeing art exhibits. Individuals who have earned this advanced degree may also choose to return to higher education and join the faculty of a college or university as a professor or assistant professor teaching classes in creative art.

Earning a Doctorate in Creative Art can help graduates find successful and rewarding careers. If you would like to start your doctoral degree right away, search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

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Sunway University
Shah Alam, Malaysia

The Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Creative Arts and Media is a program that provides students an opportunity to carry out research and contribute new understanding and insig ... +

The Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Creative Arts and Media is a program that provides students an opportunity to carry out research and contribute new understanding and insight into the discipline. By carrying out independent scholarly work within a specialist area of the creative arts and media, graduates will contribute to the advancement of their discipline. This list is not exhaustive, topics may combine, overlap, be interdisciplinary, and combine theory with practice. Potential candidates should contact the Programme Leader to discuss prospective research topics of interest in the area of creative arts and media. Acceptance of the Ph.D. proposal is subject to a panel review, interview session, and the supervisor’s approval. -
PhD
Full-time
3 - 6 years
English
Campus
 
SOAS University of London
London, United Kingdom

This MPhil/PhD Creative Arts programme provides advanced training and research experience at a doctoral level in the Creative Arts, broadly understood to encompass a range of ... +

This MPhil/PhD Creative Arts programme provides advanced training and research experience at a doctoral level in the Creative Arts, broadly understood to encompass a range of expressive and performing arts (including dance and theatre), embodied traditions of knowledge (including oratory and artisanal techniques), and aesthetics. The programme recognises that certain established cultural forms fall between the conventional disciplinary boundaries of the Western academy (including dance-dramas, puppetry, fashion, perfumery, and digital artworks) and draws upon the collective expertise of members of the School of Arts to create a platform for critical engagement with these forms. Members of the School of Arts cover a broad geographical area, across Asia and the Middle East, Africa, and diasporic cultures. We also have PhD students working on projects that fall outside of this geographical expanse, including research on Europe and the Americas. Staff often have research interests in issues that cross regional boundaries; our Department Staff page has a summary of their interests, research specialisms and activities. Students in the School of Arts use a variety of research methods, including fieldwork, interview, archival research, recording and filming, performance, transcription and analysis, composition, and curatorial projects. A key feature of the degree in Creatve Arts is the scope for Practice Research, where relevant. This may include design portfolios, installations, and performance. Most SOAS research students spend some time doing fieldwork in the regions of their research. Through SOAS’ various connections with individuals and institutions in the universities and governments of Asia and Africa, students may be able to benefit from personal contacts and introductions. -
Master PhD
Full-time
3 years
English
Campus