University of the Arts in Philadelphia

University of the Arts in Philadelphia

University of the Arts Philadelphia

November 30, 2011
University of the Arts in Philadelphia

At the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, graduate degree and post baccalaureate programs offer visual artists, educators, designers and museum professionals the opportunity to expand their creative boundaries, learn from accomplished faculty, and prepare for professional careers in the arts, all within the dynamic cultural landscape of Center City Philadelphia—second only to Manhattan in the number of downtown cultural organizations.


Students come from a variety of backgrounds and countries, and learn in a wide range of studio, lecture, seminar, internship and field settings, challenged on a daily basis in preparation for real-world encounters. Skills like critical thinking, entrepreneurship and teamwork are emphasized across all disciplines.


UArts’ faculty members and visiting artists are all working professionals, leaders in the fields they are teaching, ready to discuss current trends and topics with students. Low student-to-faculty ratios allow professors to have a close relationship with their students, mentoring and nurturing them so that they can define their goals and prepare for success in their chosen fields.




Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Crafts
MA in Art Education
MA in Museum Communication
MA in Museum Education
MAT in Visual Arts
MFA in Book Arts/Printmaking
MFA in Museum Exhibition Planning and Design
MFA in Studio Art
Master of Industrial Design


For more information about Graduate Programs at the University of the Arts, please visit our website. You may also call or e-mail us at:


[email protected]


The University of the Arts
320 South Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19102


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