Outstanding Professional Faculty
Pratt's faculty includes award-winning artists, architects, designers, and writers, primarily practicing professionals who ensure that what is taught is current and that the standards in the classroom reflect professional practice. Students are frequently connected to internships and eventually jobs through their professors. Read about the faculty in each program's section on the website.
Wide Variety of Highly Ranked Programs
Pratt's undergraduate and graduate programs consistently are highly ranked including the number one ranked graduate interior design in the US by US News and DesignIntelligence. Pratt was ranked the top design school in the country by Global Language Monitor and the top design school in New York City this year.
Pratt's beautiful 25-acre main campus Brooklyn, NY, with its combination of historic and contemporary buildings offers students a green tree-lined space with a contemporary sculpture park acclaimed as one of the top campus art collections in the country, an athletic center, fine arts facilities for printmaking, metals, sculpture, ceramics, jewelry, and residence halls and dining on campus. The Manhattan campus is a renovated historic building on 14th Street between 6th and 7th Aves. The Utica, NY, campus is a beautiful campus with a museum, outstanding facilities, and residence halls and dining on campus.
Our contemporary sculpture garden, among the top 20 in the country, is a popular draw and allows students to live with an ever changing display of contemporary sculpture.
Outstanding Career Assistance
Six months from graduation, 84 percent of Pratt's graduates are employed, and 94 percent are employed in their field. An outstanding Center for Career & Professional Development provides students with assistance in choosing a major, finding an internship or job, and continues to work with alumni throughout their lives. Students can receive help with developing their portfolios and resumes and more. Most of the services are online for easy access. The office works with employers nationally and globally so that Pratt students from around the world can find assistance.
Pratt offers a wide variety of majors for undergraduates in its three undergraduate schools, the School of Architecture, Art and Design, and Liberal Arts and Sciences. At the graduate level, Pratt is recognized for the strength of its art, design, architecture, and information and library science programs.
- Undergraduate Programs: All bachelor's degrees but construction management are offered on the Brooklyn campus.
- Graduate Programs: . Graduate programs are offered at Pratt's Brooklyn and Manhattan campuses, depending on major.
- Summer Session Programs: Take a credit course (open to students from other colleges), join us in a study abroad program, take a pre-college program (for high school students) or take a summer credit intensive course.