A Great Lakes Colleges Association Recognized Program
Subjects: Visual Arts & Art History Performing Arts, Film, Media & Sound and Writing, Publishing & Criticism.
Prerequisities: 2.7 GPA, junior-level standing, demonstrated maturity. Placement with a sponsoring artist to be arranged by a New York faculty advisor.
Length: Fall semester, spring semester (4 credits = 1 unit).
Credit: 4.0 units (16 semester hours): 2.0 unit seminars, 2.0 units internship, credit/no credit only.
Faculty: Each student is assigned an academic advisor from their area of study. All NYAP faculty are accomplished artists in their area and customize a student internship serving as liaison between sponsor and student. They teach an eight-week seminar in an area study and provide one on one tutorials throughout the semester.
Housing: NYAP provides housing through Educational Housing Services (EHS). Students will be living in dorms at St. George Towers in historic Brooklyn Heights, just across the river from Manhattan.
Cost: Albion College tuition and room charges cover program tuition, fees and room.
Costs Not Covered by Albion: $500 for refundable housing deposit, travel to New York City for the required interview and for the program, food, local transportation, miscellaneous personal expenses, incidentals, and entertainment.
Comments: The New York Arts program is made up of 4 components: Internships, Seminars, Tutorial & Independent Study and Journals. Students will be required to work in internships usually 30 hours a week forming the major part of the program; take an eight-week seminar with their Faculty Advisors on various topics; pursue a clearly defined self-directed study project designed in conjunction with and supervised by his or her faculty advisor; and keep a journal of their experiences, observations and critical reflections. Albion allows only 4 total units of internship toward graduation requirements; the Registrar can help you determine if you will exceed this amount.
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