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Art Institute of Philadelphia

The Art Institute of Philadelphia is a private, for-profit school of art in the USA. It is primarily located at 1622 Chestnut Street but uses other buildings throughout the Center City district of Philadelphia. It offers degrees in art.

Programs offered at institute are Diploma, Associate and Bachelor. Nearly 70% of students enroll in Bachelor level programs. 60% of students reside in student apartments.

Located at 1622 Chestnut Street in Philadelphia.

Diploma programs

Associate of Science Degrees

Bachelor of Science Degrees

Accreditation

For quite a few years the school was not accredited. They did not inform students applying to this school and therefore are involved in many lawsuits against them for misinformation. Not only was the school so expensive to attend, but since it was not accredited students couldn't transfer their credits elsewhere. In the past 4 years the school has apparently become accredited.

References

Former Student 2007-2009

External links

  • The Art Institute of Philadelphia

Coordinates: 39°57′05″N 75°10′05″W / 39.9513°N 75.1681°W / 39.9513; -75.1681

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