PAFA offers two programs which are subject to the Gainful Employment Program Disclosure requirements.
The Certificate program requires the completion of 120 credits. This four-year, studio-centered program offers intensive training in the principle disciplines of drawing, painting, printmaking, sculpture, and illustration. Students develop the foundational skills and studio experience necessary to become an exhibiting artist with a meaningful and distinct point of view.
Click here to access the Gainful Employment Disclosure for the Certificate program.
The Post-Baccalaureate program requires the completion of 30 credits. It is a one-year, studio-based curriculum of graduate-level study in studio art. Students create a strong and individualized body of work in a rigorous, supportive environment while gaining the confidence for continued work and study. Post-Bacc is ideal for artists working independently who wish to experiment and bring new focus to their work, as well as for artists seeking further development before pursuing an MFA.
Click here to access the Gainful Employment Disclosure for the Post-Baccalaureate program.