A small, tight-knit creative community in a large university setting, the Stamps School of Art & Design is uniquely positioned to foster truly cross-disciplinary work. Stamps students apply their distinctive creative skills to collaborations with university partners in a wide range of fields—from nanotechnology to history—to develop innovative, expansive, and informed projects. The Stamps School also encourages students to participate in engaged creative practice through their Detroit Collaborations program, working directly with students in Detroit Public schools.
The only school at U-M with an International Experience requirement, the Stamps School firmly believes that a broad, global perspective fuels creative practice, creates engaged world citizens, and gives students a competitive 21st century edge. Undergraduate degrees offered include BFA and BA, Interarts Performance, and many dual- and joint-degree programs. For grad students, MFA and MDes degrees are offered.