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arts community. M.F.A. graduates may pursue professional careers as practicing artists, writers, performers and designers; or fill positions as studio, writing or performing arts professors in higher education; or work in other related fields.


Master of Urban Design Degree The Master of Urban Design program requires 90 quarter credit hours (equivalent to 60 semester credit hours) of graduate level courses in studio, historical, theoretical and related areas. The program requires a minimum of two years for completion, with the final 45 quarter hours in residence at SCAD. The program culminates with a thesis exhibition, project, presentation or other publicly presented work demonstrating professional level competency, accompanied by a written component and reviewed by a graduate thesis committee. Formal faculty reviews of sample student work and progress are conducted. The M.U.D. program requires at least one field or teaching internship.


Graduate Certificate SCAD offers certificate programs at the graduate levels. These programs are designed to provide special preparation in an area complementary to the student’s major or profession. Current graduate students may pursue a graduate certificate by contacting their staff adviser. Additional coursework may be required to earn a certificate concurrent with a graduate degree. The majority of certificate coursework cannot be redundant with degree program requirements. Degree-seeking students must complete certificate coursework prior to or within the final quarter of registration in degree coursework. New students may apply for admission to a certificate program by following the graduate admission requirements.


Off-campus Programs


Through off-campus travel/study programs in a variety of locations students have the opportunity to earn credit while gaining a more vivid perspective on art, architecture and design. Students must first apply and be accepted to SCAD before


applying to study abroad at SCAD Lacoste or in any SCAD off-campus program. Students who wish to study at SCAD Lacoste or SCAD Hong Kong should discuss with their staff adviser both course availability and how coursework taken at these locations applies toward their program of study. Tuition for off-campus courses is equal to that of other


courses taken at SCAD. Additional program costs, including travel, housing, meals, travel visas, etc., vary according to program location and duration. Financial aid and scholarships are available and students may apply their existing scholarships and aid toward off-campus program fees. Orientation for SCAD Lacoste, SCAD Hong Kong and off-campus programs is offered prior to travel.


Course Catalog of Entry


Both undergraduate and graduate students are expected to follow the degree requirements of the course catalog in effect at the time of their initial enrollment at SCAD. Specific course requirements, including prerequisites, are updated in the catalog annually. Students are expected to adhere to changes to individual courses as they occur.


If the curriculum and degree requirements change during the


five-year period after the student initially enrolls, the student may elect to follow the new degree requirements, but may not move to a catalog earlier than his or her catalog of entry. If a student does not fulfill the degree requirements of the


course catalog of entry within the five-year period, then he or she must follow the requirements of the catalog in effect at the end of that five-year period. Any graduate student who does not complete the program within five years must petition the department of graduate studies for continuation under the current program of study. Students may be required to follow new degree requirements


if courses required by previous programs have been eliminated from the course catalog; however, under no circumstances are students required to take any additional credit hours to earn the declared degree within five years of entry. Students who wish to double major or enroll in a minor must follow those requirements as listed in the catalog they are following for their primary major.


Locations and Majors


Students admitted to SCAD may attend any SCAD location. Students may declare a major and earn a degree only at a location where that program is offered. Course availabilty varies by location. A list of academic programs by location is published in the annual course catalog and is posted online at www.scad.edu. After enrolling and attending any SCAD location, students


must contact a staff adviser to attend another location or to change locations officially.


Academic Advisement


Academic advisement is provided to all students to assist in the development of their educational plans and career goals and to relate these goals to academic offerings at SCAD. The role of faculty members is invaluable in the student advisement process. Faculty members are recognized as the experts in their disciplines. Students are encouraged to discuss their program of study, course content and career development each quarter with their faculty adviser. Staff advisers augment and complement the work of the faculty advisers. First-year freshmen are assigned a staff adviser at enrollment.


When students declare a major, they are also assigned a faculty adviser from their major department. Transfer students are assigned a staff adviser and faculty adviser upon enrollment. Transfer students are required to discuss their program of study with their staff adviser their first quarter of enrollment and should consult with their staff adviser at least annually thereafter. Graduate students are assigned both faculty and staff


advisers at orientation. These advisers regularly provide assistance with course selection and professional development and help guide students toward fulfillment of requirements for certificate or degree programs. SCAD eLearning students are assigned faculty and staff


advisers. SCAD eLearning staff members provide additional assistance and serve as liaisons for these students. Students who must fulfill English as a Second Language requirements are assigned an ESL faculty adviser and staff adviser.


academic programs and pol icies


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