NSCAD offers instruction in fine and media arts, craft, historical and critical studies, and design. Degrees granted include Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Design, Bachelor of Fine Arts, Master of Fine Arts and Master of Design, as well as Post-Baccalaureate Certificates (the Visual Arts Certificate in Studio, the Visual Arts Certificate for Teachers, and the Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Design).
NSCAD University is situated on three campuses in downtown Halifax: the Victorian terrace-styled Granville campus; the restored Academy Building at the base of Citadel Hill; and the Port Campus on the Halifax waterfront. The university has three public galleries at the Anna Leonowens Gallery, as well as the Port Loggia Gallery on the waterfront, all of which are dedicated to showing the work of students, faculty and alumni. Students and alumni can also exhibit their work at the Seeds Gallery, a not-for-profit commercial gallery located across from the Port Campus. Approximately 1000 full- and part-time students are enrolled at the university.
Author LOIS KERNAGHAN Revised: MARILYN SMULDERS
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