| ACADEMICS | Graduate School | Graduate Programs | Post Baccalaureate Graduate Craft Certificate
Program Description: Available in five craft concentrations (clay, glass, metals, wood, and photography), the Certificate is conferred by the Craft Center faculty as a formal recognition of a level of studio knowledge and accomplishment at an emerging professional level. The certificate represents a significant level of accomplishment, but it is not a university degree. Students in the Certificate program generally maintain at least six credit hours of course work per semester.Although the Craft Certificate is a non-degree program, students must be admitted to Worcester State University. There is no federal/state financial aid available for the Certificate Program due to its non-degree status.
Admissions RequirementsIn addition to the general admission requirements, the program is open to mature students who have an interest in Fine Craft and the desire to learn professional level skills in their chosen craft medium (glass, metals, clay, photography, or wood.) A bachelor’s degree or equivalent is required for admission. The following must be submitted for consideration:
The Worcester State University application packet
In addition the applicant must
List of Required Courses:
*Beginning Craft classes require a drawing pre-requisite or co-requisite to be fulfilled by Worcester State University Course AR 140, Drawing I or by an accredited college level equivalent to such courses.
** Intermediate Craft classes require a 3D design pre-requisite or co-requisite to be fulfilled by or AR 122 Visual Design-3 dimensions, or by an accredited college level equivalent to such courses.