APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS FOR ALL GRADUATE PROGRAMS

  • Completed Application (Applications are considered on a space-available basis.)
  • Director Interview 
  • Statement of Intent
  • Two Letters of Recommendation from an employer, professor, or professional colleague
  • Resume / CV
  • All Official College Transcripts
  • International Applicants only: English proficiency: TOEFL scores: 92 IBT (Internet-based test), 580 PBT (Paper-based test), 237 CBT (computer-based test) IELTS score of 6.5

BFA in Art Education with Certification (Exceptions will be made in some cases for those with a BA or BS in Art Education without certification with significant teaching experience, or a BFA not in Art Education with significant teaching experience).

Portfolio (submitted via Slideroom or online gallery link) of recent artwork consisting of 10 to 15 images demonstrating the applicant’s studio practice, lesson planning, and/or student work

Academic or professional writing sample (minimum of 3 pages) demonstrating use of citations and references

Bachelor’s degree in the visual arts with a 3.0 minimum GPA.  All transcripts will be evaluated by the Admissions Office to determine eligibility of previous coursework.

Portfolio (submitted via Slideroom or online gallery link) of recent artwork consisting of 10 to 15 images demonstrating the applicant’s studio practice, lesson planning, and/or student work

Academic or professional writing sample (minimum of 3 pages) demonstrating use of citations and references

Bachelor’s degree in any field from an accredited institution

Expanded statement of intent that includes a proposal related to the type of inquiry and investigation in social engagement the candidate wishes to pursue

Academic or professional writing sample (minimum of 3 pages) demonstrating use of citations and references

Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in any discipline of studio, visual or fine arts, and have completed a minimum of 15 art history credits

Expanded statement of intent that includes a proposal related to the type of inquiry and investigation in community practice the candidate wishes to pursue

Portfolio (submitted via Slideroom or online gallery link) of recent artwork consisting of 15 to 20 images demonstrating a mature and focused body of work

Take the Next Steps

If you have questions and would like additional help with the application process, please contact Graduate Studies at gradstudies@moore.edu.
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