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What will I learn?

OUR VISION

We envision an education that enriches and nurtures the imaginations of our students and provides them with the critical thinking tools of the history of art and design for life-long learning and success.

OUR MISSION

We strive to broaden our students’ intellectual and personal horizons through the study of art, design, and culture within a global perspective. We encourage respectful awareness of our pluralistic community and strive to enlighten our students’ understanding of their own cultural environments as well as their places within them. We work to facilitate the acquisition of the tools of critical inquiry needed to explore gender, class, politics, religious practices, conditions and materials of production, aesthetic expression, and the economics of the market within their larger geographic, historical, theoretical, and social contexts.

OUR VALUES

We value critical thinking, creative exploration and open-minded exchange in a safe, diverse, and socially engaged environment. We offer an inclusive curriculum taught by a faculty with diverse perspectives and backgrounds. We advocate cultural awareness and humility in our investigations, especially when studying cultures and art and design practices and objects outside our own. We also recognize that the writing of history is never neutral and that the choices we make when writing about ourselves and others matter.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

  • Undergraduates have an understanding of their own cultural environments as well as their places within them.
  • Undergraduates are able to use tools of critical inquiry to explore gender, class, politics, religious practices, conditions and materials of production, aesthetic expression, and the economics of the market within their larger geographic, historical, theoretical, and social contexts.
  • Undergraduates in the B.A. degree will be familiar with a foreign language after four semesters of study.

Which department am I in?

School of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Study options

Full Time (8 semesters)

Tuition fees
US$55,575.00 per year
USD $1,793 per credit (1–11 Undergraduate Credits); USD $55,575 annually (12–18 Undergraduate Credits); 19+ Undergraduate Credits: USD $55,575 plus USD $1,793 per credit in excess of 18 credits.
Start date

Expected August 2023

Venue

Pratt Institute

Brooklyn Campus,

200 Willoughby Avenue,

BROOKLYN,

New York,

11205, United States

Entry requirements

For students from United States

International applicants must submit official transcripts (academic records) of all secondary school studies as well as any post-secondary studies.

For international students

A high school diploma or equivalent is required for admission to all of Pratt Institute's undergraduate programs.

A minimum TOEFL 79 (Internet-based test or Home Edition); TOEFL ITP Plus, a 550 is required. The required IELTS or IELTS Indicator score is 6.5 and PTE is 53.

*There may be different IELTS requirements depending on your chosen course.

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