Bard's graduate programs offer specialized courses of study in the studio and performing arts, the cultural history of the material world, the curating of the contemporary visual arts, environmental policy, sustainable business, economic theory and policy, and discipline-based teaching for secondary schools.
Each program prepares its students for the intellectual and practical challenges of their profession through research seminars, exhibition practicums, studio and performance critiques, chamber recitals, and professional internships, with scholars, practicing artists, curators, environmental policy makers, and educators. In culmination of these studies, the students prepare original scholarly theses, offer readings and group exhibitions of their creative work, curate exhibitions in the Center for Curatorial Studies galleries, and perform in concerts at Bard's Richard B. Fisher Center for the Performing Arts.
Each of Bard's graduate programs leads to a master's degree; one also has a Ph.D. program. Most important, through their innovative curricula, their bringing together emerging and accomplished practitioners, and their commitments to individual practice, these programs prepare their graduates to make informed, original contributions to their fields, to shape the future of their professions.
M.S./M.A.T. dual-degree with the Bard Center for Environmental Policy
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