APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS 
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

Program Specific Requirements

  • 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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