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  • Historic Preservation, M.S.

    The M.S. in Historic Preservation at Pratt uniquely addresses both the physical aspects of preservation and the role our discipline plays within a larger context of design, community revitalization, redevelopment and adaptive reuse, and sustainability. more >

  • Performance and Performance Studies, M.F.A.

    The Performance and Performance Studies (P+PS) MFA program seeks dedicated, interdisciplinary students determined to delve deeply into the field of performance studies and art practice in one program. more >

  • Urban Placemaking and Management, M.S.

    The mission of the graduate Urban Placemaking and Management (UPM) program is to provide a professionally oriented education to a student body with diverse cultural, educational, and professional backgrounds. more >

  • Dance /Movement Therapy, M.S.

    By educating art and dance therapy students to become accomplished clinicians, graduates of the Creative Arts Therapy department help individuals with mental health issues reach their full potential. more >

  • Package Design, M.S.

    The M.S. in Package Design, a degree first offered in 1966, educates students from diverse cultural, professional, and educational backgrounds in design thinking, technical skills, collaborative abilities, academic knowledge, and managerial competence. more >

  • Digital Arts, M.F.A.

    The Graduate Digital Arts program at Pratt consists of the following areas of study: Interactive Arts, Digital Animation and Motion Arts, and Digital Imaging. more >

  • Architecture, M.Arch,M.S.

    Pratt's Graduate Architecture offers two different degrees in architecture. more >

  • Design Management, M.P.S.

    Design education imparts many things, however it does not typically provide training in the leadership, team building, strategy, finance, marketing, operations and other skills necessary to effectively lead a design department or to run a business. more >

  • Fine Arts, M.F.A.

    Pratt’s M.F.A. program in Fine Arts immerses students in the world of contemporary art supported by a faculty of working artists and community of peers, enriched by the abundance and inspiration of New York. more >

  • Arts and Cultural Management, M.P.S.

    The mission of the Arts and Cultural Management (ACM) graduate program is to build on Pratt Institute's international reputation for developing creative leaders. more >

  • Advanced Certificate in Museum Studies

    This innovative program prepares information professionals for careers in museum libraries, archives, and special collections in today’s global digital world. more >

  • Art and Design Education, M.S.

    Graduate art and design education offers three program options in which students are able to integrate their interests in teaching with their studio/creative practice. more >

  • Sustainable Environmental Systems, M.S.

    The mission of the Sustainable Environmental Systems program is to provide an innovative,  professional development education to a diverse student body. more >

  • Writing, M.F.A.

    The Graduate Program in Writing M.F.A. consists of several core classes and seminars taken over four semesters (two years), with the goal of producing a final manuscript, performance, or collaborative event. more >

  • Industrial Design, Master

    The M.I.D program is set to prepare students to become industry leaders, capable of tackling the complexity of design problems in the 21st century. more >

  • City and Regional Planning, M.S.

    City and Regional Planning focuses on participatory and hands-on planning; sustainable and equitable communities; and urban design / placemaking. more >

  • Communications Design, M.F.A.

    Design plays a central and formative role in shaping communities, technology and business. more >

  • Art Therapy and Creativity Development, M.P.S.

    By educating art and dance therapy students to become accomplished clinicians, graduates of the Creative Arts Therapy department help individuals with mental health issues reach their full potential. more >

  • Architecture & Urban Design, M.S.

    The Graduate Architecture and Urban Design program offers a Master of Science, Architecture and Urban Design. The program is 33 credits and three semesters (Summer, Fall, Spring). more >

  • Interior Design, M.F.A.

    Pratt’s graduate program continues to be an architecturally oriented program with emphasis on spatial design as well as surface embellishment. more >

  • History of Art and Design, M.S.

    The mission of graduate studies in the History of Art & Design Department is to provide students with the skills and knowledge to pursue careers as art and design historians and professionals in museums, galleries, and libraries, or to pursue graduate... more >

  • Media Studies, M.A.

    The Graduate Program in Media Studies M.A. consists of 30 credits taken over three semesters, and a thesis. more >

  • Master of Science in Real Estate Practice

    The mission of Pratt’s Master of Science (MS) in Real Estate Practice (REP) is to educate and train students in the core discipline and skills of real estate practice. more >

  • Art Therapy with Special Needs Children, M.P.S.

    By educating art and dance therapy students to become accomplished clinicians, graduates of the Creative Arts Therapy department help individuals with mental health issues reach their full potential. more >