TUITION: $1,713 per credit except for School of Information programs which are $1,336 per credit.
GRADUATE ADMISSIONS CONTACT
Office of Graduate Admissions
Request catalog at www.pratt.edu/request
Ranked among the top design schools by Businessweek, Pratt offers a variety of highly ranked programs in art, design, and architecture. In a city where most colleges claim for their campus the sidewalks and streets, Pratt's Brooklyn campus, home to most of its graduate and undergraduate programs, is a twenty-five acre oasis of grass, century-old trees, meandering paths and historic buildings. Located in Clinton Hill, an historic section of Brooklyn, it is a short commute to New York City by public transit lines and car. Pratt also holds day, evening and weekend graduate program classes at its Manhattan campus at 144 W. 14th St. in Manhattan. Housing and parking on Pratt's Brooklyn campus are available.
Pratt's faculty, most of whom are practicing professionals, bring to the classroom a "real world" expertise, a strong theoretical base and the high standards of their professional work. The faculty has received more than 18 Tiffany, Fulbright and Guggenheim Awards as well as other prestigious professional awards. All of the Institute's programs are supported by state-of-the-art computer facilities in order to prepare Pratt graduates for the increasingly competitive marketplace. Pratt also has extensive gallery space which features the work of students, alumni, faculty and other well-known artists and designers throughout the academic year. The Institute educates about 4,700 undergraduate and graduate students annually from 47 states and 82 countries.
GRADUATE SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE
Thomas Hanrahan, Dean of Architecture
Regina Cahill, Chairperson, Facilities Management
John Shapiro, Chairperson, Center for Planning and the Environment
Jaime Stein, Director, Sustainable Environmental Systems
Nadya Nenadich, Director, Historic Preservation
David Erdman, Chairperson, Graduate Architecture, and Graduate Architecture and Urban Design
M. Arch.: Architecture (first professional). Advanced standing available to those who qualify (see www.pratt.edu/apply)
M.S.: Architecture (post-professional), Architecture & Urban Design (post professional), City & Regional Planning, Sustainable Environmental Systems, Facilities Management, Historic Preservation, Urban Placemaking & Management.
M.S.: Library and Information Science, Museums & Digital Culture, Data Analytics and Visualization, Information Experience Design, Library & Information Science/Law JD (with Brooklyn Law School).
ADVANCED CERTIFICATE in Archives, Conservation & Digital Curation, Digital Humanities, Library & Information Studies, Library Museum Studies and User Experience.
GRADUATE SCHOOL OF ART
Gerry Snyder, Dean of Art
Mary McBride, Chairperson, Design Management
Peter Patchen, Chairperson, Digital Arts and Interactive Media
Jane South, Chairperson, Graduate Fine Arts
Stephen Hilger, Chairperson, Photography
Julie Miller, Chairperson, Graduate Creative Arts Therapy
Heather Lewis, Chairperson, Art and Design Education
M.F.A.: Digital Arts, Fine Arts (Integrated Practices, Painting/Drawing, Photography, Printmaking, Sculpture).
M.P.S.: Art Therapy & Creativity Development, Arts & Cultural Management, Design Management.
M.S.: Art & Design Education, Art History, Communications Design, Dance Therapy, Interior Design.
GRADUATE SCHOOL OF DESIGN
Anita Cooney, Dean of Design
Santiago Piedrafita Iglesias, Chairperson, Communications and Package Design
Constantin Boym, Chairperson, Industrial Design
Alison Snyder, Chairperson, Interior Design
GRADUATE SCHOOL OF LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES
TBA, Chairperson of English and Humanities
Beth Loffreda, Director, Writing
Jonathan Beller, Director, Media Studies
Tracie Morris, Director, Performance and Performance Studies
John Decker, Chairperson, History of Art and Design
M.A.: Media Studies.
M.F.A.: Performance & Performance Studies.
M.A.: History of Art & Design.