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BFA MAJORS

Ten majors leading to a Bachelors of Fine Arts degree

MINORS

Moore provides students with the opportunity to create a customized learning experience, offering 17 tracts leading to one of 11 minors to complement the major courses of study.

ENROLLMENT FALL 2019

  • 387 – BFA Students
  • 17 – Grad Students
  • 4 – Post Baccalaureate

FIRST YEAR BFA RETENTION

  • 72% Fall 2018 returned in Fall 2019
  • 71% Fall 2017 returned in Fall 2018
  • 78% Fall 2016 returned in Fall 2017
  • 73% Fall 2015 returned in Fall 2016
  • 76% Fall 2014 returned in Fall 2015

BFA 6 YR GRADUATION RATE

  • 73% Fall 2013 graduate in 6 years
  • 58% Fall 2012 graduate in 6 years
  • 57% Fall 2011 graduate in 6 years
  • 57% Fall 2010 graduate in 6 years
  • 67% Fall 2009 graduate in 6 years
  • 57% Fall 2008 graduate in 6 years

All BFA ETHNICITY FALL 2019

  • 14% African American
  • 6% Asian/Pacific Islander
  • 60% Caucasian
  • 7% Hispanic
  • 1% International
  • 8% Two or More Races
  • 4% Unknown

GEOGRAPHIC LOCATION FALL 2019

  • 50% In-state
  • 35% Contiguous
  • 14% All other states
  • 1% International

UNIQUE PAID INTERNSHIP FELLOWSHIPS

  • Required internships in every major with Student Teaching Requirement in Art Education
  • $1,000 Internship Fellowship for every student completing the internship or student teaching requirement. Five Competitive Penny and Bob Fox Internship Fellowships awarded at $3,000 each.

UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP AID AND FELLOWSHIPS

  • Extensive financial aid and scholarship opportunities
  • Moore annually grants $3.5 million in scholarship aid to students who demonstrate artistic and academic excellence.
  • Competitive leadership and travel fellowships

EXCLUSIVE INTERNATIONAL STUDY PROGRAM (JANUARY TERM)

  • Spain, 2020
  • Rome, 2019
  • Morocco, 2018
  • Athens, 2017
  • Rome, 2016

THE LOCKS CAREER CENTER

Life-long resource for students and alumnae in their professional pursuits throughout their career

ADDITIONAL BENEFITS AND RESOURCES

  • Wireless Campus
  • The Art Shop selling the work of students and alumnae
  • Writer's Studio
  • Exhibition opportunities through student shows in Moore’s five professional galleries and the Student Run Gallery
  • Extensive Leadership Programs and Opportunities
  • Community Service Opportunities
  • City As Campus – connecting Moore students with Philadelphia’s cultural community
  • Penny and Bob Fox Digital Center for Digital Arts, Design and Print Media
  • 24/7 Security

Moore College of Art & Design is a Non-Profit Organization