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With a firm grounding in the liberal arts and sciences, a Pratt education blends theory with creative application in preparing graduates to become leaders in their professions.
Pratt enrolls a diverse group of highly talented and dedicated students, challenging them to achieve their full potential.
There are almost 1,000 faculty members, including working professionals and scholars that have earned more than 18 Tiffany, Fulbright and Guggenheim awards.
$37,500 ($1,210 per credit)
Graduate students attending the School of Art & Design pay $1,338 per credit.
American Express Company, Array Marketing, Barnes & Noble Bookstores, Calvin Klein, Designers Management Agency, Hearst Integrated Media, Sony Corporation and Saks Incorporated.
Stefan Sagmeister, Harvey Fierstein, Ellsworth Kelly, Edward Koren, Rodney Leon, Roxy Paine, Sylvia Plachy, Beverly Pepper, Paul Rand, Robert Redford, Robert Sabuda, Annabelle Selldorf, Robert Wilson, Carlos Zapata and Peter Zumthor.
Undergraduate degrees: Graphic Design/Illustration (AAS), Painting/Drawing (AAS), Digital Design and Interactive Media (AOS), Graphic Design (AOS), Illustration (AOS), Art and Design Education (BFA), Art History (BA), Communication Design (BFA), Digital Arts (BFA), Fashion (BFA), Film (BFA), Fine Arts (BFA), History of Arts & Design (BFA), Industrial Design (BID), Interior Design (BFA) and Photography (BFA).
Graduate degrees: Art and Design Education (ADV CRT), Art and Design Education (MS), Art therapy and Creativity Development (MPS), Art Therapy- Special Education (MPS), Arts and Cultural Management (MPS), Communications Design (MS), Communications Design (MFA), Dance/Movement Therapy (MS), Design Management (MPS), Digital Animation and Motion Arts (MFA), Digital Imaging (MFA), Fine Arts (MFA), Industrial Design (MID), Interactive Arts (MFA), Interior Design (MS), Package Design (MS), Museum Studies (ADV CRT) and History of Art & Design (MS).
There are two main types of scholarships at Pratt: merit-based scholarships and restricted/endowed scholarships. Pratt distributes $18.5 million in unrestricted scholarship support and $450,000 in restricted scholarship support each year. Presidential Merit-based scholarships are awarded upon acceptance to the university based on the student’s GPA, test scores and portfolio (if required). Restricted and endowed scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic achievement and/or financial need. The minimum annual amount is $500 and the maximum annual amount is $1500 dollars.
Approximately 77.45% of students receive financial aid. Financial aid options include grants, loans, scholarships, work-study programs and tuition management programs, which allow families to space out tuition payments rather than making one payment upfront. To apply for financial aid, students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
At the School of Art & Design, there are a total of 22 undergraduate degree programs, including Advertising, Ceramics, Digital Design, Film & Video, Industrial Design, Illustration, Package Design, Printmaking, Animation (2D and 3D), Communication Design, Drawing, Graphic Design, Interactive Arts, Jewelry, Painting, Sculpture, Art & Design Education, Digital Arts, Fashion, History of Art & Design, Interior Design, Motion Design, Photography and Web Design.
At the School of Art & Design, there are a total of 25 graduate degree programs, including Animation (2D and 2D), Art Therapy/Creative Development, Design, Management, Digital Imaging, Industrial Design, Interior Design, Painting, Sculpture, Arts & Cultural Management, Art Therapy/Special Needs, Digital arts, Drawing, Interactive Arts, Motion Design, Photography, Interaction Design, Art & Design Education, Communication Design, Digital Design, Graphic Design, History of Art & Design, Package Design, Printmaking and Integrated Practices.
Pratt’s Center for Continuing and Professional Studies is committed to serving the learning needs of diverse, non-traditional students, including young adults, adults and alumni, by enhancing student creativity, professional expertise and networking opportunities. CCPS programs include career-focused educational and training programs in artistic, management and technical fields.
On Campus Clubs
Pratt offers a variety of clubs, volunteer groups, student government opportunities, athletic teams and Greek Life organizations.