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New York State College of Ceramics

The New York State College of Ceramics (NYSCC) at Alfred University in Alfred, New York, United States is a statutory college of the State University of New York (SUNY). It is divided into the School of Art and Design and the Inamori School of Engineering. Although the School of Engineering is nominally administered by NYSCC, the engineering school includes programs in mechanical engineering and renewable energy engineering which are not legally part of NYSCC. The engineering programs in ceramics, glass, biomaterials, and materials science engineering programs are NYSCC entities.

The College awards undergraduate and graduate degrees and is a doctoral granting institution of the State University of New York. It is host to both the Scholes Library, which has extensive collections of research materials in both ceramic science and ceramic art, and the Schein-Joseph International Museum of Ceramic Art.

References

NYS College of Ceramics (2014). In State University of New York.

External links

  • School of Art and Design - home page
  • Inamori School of Engineering - home page
  • Alfred University - home page

School of Art and Design within NYSCC:

  • Ceramic Art
  • Sculptural/Dimensional Studies
  • Expanded Media
  • Painting, Drawing, Photography
  • Art History
  • Foundation

Inamori School of Engineering within NYSCC:

  • Ceramic Engineering program
  • Glass Engineering Science program
  • Materials Science and Engineering program
  • Biomaterials Engineering program

Graduate degrees:

  • MFA degrees in Ceramic Art, Sculpture, or Electronic Integrated Arts
  • MS and PhD degrees in Ceramics, Glass, or Materials Sciences


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