Kansas City Art Institute Essay

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Special Status Student

KCAI offers the opportunity to enroll in degree courses on a semester basis, whether your goal is to strengthen your portfolio to pursue a Master’s degree, build your personal knowledge, and/or expand your skill sets. As a special status student, you would apply as a transfer student, though your portfolio and statement of purpose must clearly reflect and identify your goals during your time at KCAI. While no scholarships are offered for this part-time coursework, once admitted and enrolled in a minimum of 6 credit hours, you would receive a partial discount off of the per credit hour cost. Please contact admiss@kcai.edu for further details.

 

 

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