As the portfolio for Interactive Media Arts is optional, testing is required for the program.
Below are details regarding each department and their artistic requirements, which we collectively refer to as the artistic review.
Our students acquire foundational knowledge in acting, dance, filmmaking, design, creative research, emerging media, and dramatic writing.
Tisch’s Maurice Kanbar Institute of Film & Television is internationally recognized as a leader in cinema and media studies, film and television production, and writing for film, television and the stage.
Applicants are held to rigorous academic and artistic standards, and evaluated through a two-part admissions process, which includes submitting both the Common Application and an artistic review.
As Tisch is a community of storytellers, consider both parts as an opportunity to share your story — we want to know who you are, and what you care about; what you've done, and what you intend to achieve.
Interdisciplinary, Performance Studies draws from theories of the performing arts, anthropology and sociology, literary theory, and legal studies.
Collaborative Arts is an innovative new degree program at Tisch where students get hands-on training in a wide variety of artistic disciplines.
Considered the first and only program of its kind, the Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music provides professional business and artistic training toward, aiming to provide students with the necessary skills — business, creative, and intellectual — needed to emerge as visionary creative entrepreneurs in the evolving music industry.
Admission is selective and based on the applicant's prior academic record and professional achievements.