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MassArt is a place where students can grow into the artists, designers, or educators that they've dared to imagine.
These reports provide data on selected performance measures from the performance agreement included in the Partnership plan approved by the Board of Higher Education in April 2004.
In addition to the publications above, the Massachusetts Department of Higher Education provides a comprehensive examination of the performance of each of the Massachusetts' community colleges and state universities.
graduates: jobs and careers
Discover where our alumni work and the trajectory of their early careers six months out from graduation, including results from Institutional Research surveys and narrative from Career Development.
See employment outcomes from 1,200 respondents to a 2019 survey sent to alumni from classes of 1950 to 2018. Includes earnings by time since graduation and current employment relation to major.
This booklet is a summary of selected data including enrollment, admissions, financial aid, and other data.
Massachusetts College of Art and Design is accredited by the the New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE), formerly known as NEASC, and by the National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB).
Inquiries regarding the accreditation status should be directed to the College's administrative staff.
- NEASC 2017 Self-Study Accreditation Letter
- NEASC and NASAD 2017 Self-Study for Reaccreditation
- NECHE 2020 Application for Distance Education
- NECHE 2020 Application for Distance Education Letter
- NECHE 2021 Interim Report
- NECHE 2021 Interim Report Letter
- NECHE 2022 Distance Education Expedited Review Report
- NECHE 2022 Distance Education Expedited Review Report Letter
- NECHE Policy on Public Disclosure of Information About Affiliated Institutions
New England Commission of Higher Education
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Burlington, MA 01803-4514
Professional Licensure Programs at MassARt
Professional Licensure and Certification Requirements
Professional licensure and certification requirements vary from state to state. Licensure and certification in one state do not guarantee automatic licensure in another state. MassArt offers courses and programs that may lead to professional licensure or certification in states outside of Massachusetts. Students in programs that lead (or may lead) to out-of-state licensure or certification should speak to their MassArt Academic Advisors and/or Program Directors about licensure requirements.
|Program||States Where Program Meets Licensure Requirements||States Where Eligibility for Licensure Has Yet to Be Determined|
|Architecture||Massachusetts||All Other States|
|Art Education||Massachusetts||All Other States|
As more fully remote students apply to attend these programs from states other than MA, requirements for these states will be reviewed and updated in this table over time.
The following programs at the Institution lead to professional licensure. Below find a chart of the programs, and webpages which provide specific licensure information, and contact information for professional licensure agencies in these fields.
|Masters Degree Program||Agency Contact - Massachusetts||
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