Middle States Commission on Higher Education
Undergraduate Enrollment: 3,145
Room and Board: $11,496
Profile: Recognized internationally for the quality of its programs, faculty, and students, Pratt offers students:
A world-class faculty of successful working professionals who ensure the highest professional standards in the classroom while connecting students with internships and eventually jobs.
A choice of 27 majors and concentrations in its three schools: architecture, art and design, and liberal arts and sciences.
The ideal locations - a beautifully landscaped Brooklyn campus just minutes from Manhattan with historic buildings, tree-lined green spaces, contemporary sculpture park, and outstanding facilities and a Manhattan campus in a recently renovated historic building in Chelsea. The Brooklyn campus houses all the four-year programs but construction management, which is offered in Manhattan. The two-year associate's programs are offered in Manhattan as well.
An Outstanding Professional Education: Pratt ranked third regionally for industrial design and ranked second nationally for interior design and ninth nationally for architecture by DesignIntelligence (2015). All art and design students take a foundation year. Students begin their professional studies in the first year - an intensive preparation that is highly valued by the professionals who hire Pratt graduates.
Programs: UNDERGRADUATE DEGREES (B.F.A., B.I.D., B.P.S., B.S., B.A.) Advertising, Animation, Architecture, Art & Design Education, Art History, Digital Arts, Construction Management, Critical & Visual Studies, Fashion Design, Film/Video, Fine Arts (Painting, Drawing, Printmaking, Sculpture, Ceramics, Jewelry), Graphic Design, Illustration, Industrial Design, Interior Design, Photography, Writing. TWO YEAR ASSOCIATE DEGREES (A.O.S., A.A.S.): Graphic Design, Illustration, Digital Design & Interactive Media, Painting/Drawing. MASTER'S DEGREES: M.F.A., M.I.D., M.P.S., M.S. COMBINED BACHELOR’S/MASTER’S DEGREES: B.F.A./M.S. Art History; B. Architecture/M.S. City & Regional Planning. DUAL DEGREES: M.S. Art History/M.S. Library & Information Science; M.S. Art History/M.F.A. Fine Arts; M.F.A. Digital Arts/M.S. Library & Information Science
Special Features: Faculty of practicing professionals, generous merit scholarships, state-of-the-art computer facilities in six labs, five residence halls on campus. Exceptionally strong Career Services & Placement Office. Traditional college atmosphere on a beautiful 25-acre tree-lined campus. Ninety percent of freshmen live on campus. National enrollment. Located in the Clinton Hill section of Brooklyn, just a short ride from New York City.
Admissions Requirements: High school graduate or GED; 16 units; art portfolio for architecture, art and design majors; SAT or ACT; writing portfolio for writing major, BA in Art History, and Critical & Visual Studies; essay.
Spring Deadline: Oct. 1,
Fall Deadline: Feb. 1,
Transfer Admissions Contact: Erica Wilson, Associate Director, Transfer Admissions