Graduate Student Registration and Advising Support
Greetings from your Graduate Advising and Enrollment Team!
Spring 2018 Graduate Registration begins Tuesday, November 28th.
Please note there are (2) appointment times on the same day.
Graduate students with 24 or more credits as well as MA and Post-Baccalaureate students will register at 8:30AM.
Students with 0 - 23.5 credits will register starting at 12:30PM. You should see this in your appointment time online.
Please take a moment to review the full Spring 2018 Schedule of Classes.
Remember, you can enroll for graduate level courses directly through your MICA Student Service Center. Some courses may also have enrollment restrictions. In these cases, complete a Registration Permission form. Permission forms need signature of the instructor and go to 2nd Floor of Bunting, Enrollment Services for processing.
Make an Advising Appointment: Questions about your degree plan, course options, forms or progress to graduation? Let us know how we can help - connect with us by email, phone, skype or in person!
We are excited to welcome our NEW! Graduate Enrollment Advisor, LaShay Jones, to assist the graduate community with registration and advising support! While she is learning more about you and our programs this registration cycle - please connect with BOTH Erin Jakowski (firstname.lastname@example.org), Associate Dean, Graduate Studies, and LaShay Harvey (email@example.com) - with any questions during this registration cycle and we will gladly coordinate to assist you!
How to Log On to the Portal to Register
Questions on how to log into your Student Service Center? View this presentation on how to log in to your account, search and enroll in classes. Incoming MFA, MA and Post-Bac students will have a registration HOLD on your account until your registration appointment window.
Registration Appointment Times
Ongoing May 2018 - June 15th
Monday, July 9th at 10AM
Tuesday, July 10th at 10AM
Post-Bacc Fine Art: Ongoing through Summer
The program director (Bill Schmidt) will contact each Post Bac Fine Art students individually to advise on course selections. Once advised, your graduate advisor will release the registration hold and students can register online through the Student Service Center.
Schedule of Classes and Registration Forms
Visit Enrollment Services for a complete list of registration common forms.
Complete Schedule of Courses
SUMMER 2018 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
FALL 2018 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
View the 2018 - 2019 Academic Calendar
2017 - 2018 Academic Calendar
Registration Permission Form
Complete this form to enroll in an undergraduate course (400 level and below) with prerequisites or enrollment restrictions. Return the form with instructor signature to Enrollment Services.
Baltimore Student Exchange Program
Explore elective courses at our partner institutions (Johns Hopkins University and University of Baltimore) through the Baltimore Student Exchange Program. Forms and and approval required through Enrollment Services. Contact Bryanna Parish, BSEP Coordinator, in the Office of Enrollment Services with questions / approval.
Independent study courses require the instructor approval, and a completed contract complying with MICA standards. Forms should be returned to the Office of Graduate Studies.
Internship for Credit
Professional internships may also be substituted for studio / liberal arts elective credit with permission from your program director. Students must attend an Internship Orientation through the Office of Career Development. Visit MICA’s Career Development Office online for more information.
How To Videos
Fall 2018 Elective Guide
Looking for a great elective course for Fall 2018? (Not all programs require electives - so be sure to review your program's degree plan)
DOWNLOAD the Elective Guide Here. The guide is a summary of recommended graduate-level studio, liberal arts and professional development electives courses.
Degree Plan Worksheets
These worksheets contain current program degree plans. Use these worksheet to track your progress toward graduation including required and elective courses.
*Includes updates for NEW! Fall 2018 Cohorts ONLY
Registering for Undergraduate Courses with Enrollment Restrictions
Graduate students can register for graduate level courses (5000) online. You will not be able to register online for undergraduate courses (400 level and below) that have enrollment restrictions or pre-requisites.
To contact the appropriate department to ask approval to add an undergraduate course to your schedule, you can request permission using this form. (PLEASE NOTE: Some courses cannot enroll graduate students)
Please allow 2-3 business days to process your request. You will be notified by email if permission was granted and the course added to your schedule.
Critical Studies and Curatorial Practice Concentrations
Are you building coursework toward the Critical Studies or Curatorial Practice Concentration?
You are encouraged to contact Jennie Hirsh, Director, MA Critical Studies or Jose Ruiz, Director, Curatorial Practice with questions about their respective concentration course eligibility, approval of a capstone written project or to review your course sequencing.
Need a refresher on what are the requirements for graduate concentrations?
Review guidelines and eligibility for graduate concentrations at mica.edu
Graduate Professional Development Checklist and You+ Professional Development Workshops
Enroll in You+ Professional Development Workshops for graduate level professional development preparation for artists, designers and creative professionals. Students who complete two or more modules are eligible to apply for Meyerhoff Continuum funding to advance real-world professional goals and projects inspired and developed within the series coursework.
It's never to early to contact the Office of Career Development to begin the process of defining your career goals and tools.
Refine your career goals and tools using the Graduate Professional Development Checklist with recommended curricular and co-curricular activities. Enhance your creative practice within (5) areas of focus: Entrepreneurship, Exhibiting, Writing, Teaching and Curating.