Enrollment Privileges for BAA Faculty & Staff 

ProArts offers enrollment privileges for staff and faculty of Boston Arts Academy to take courses at the ProArts member schools.

For course listings and procedures, visit the Cross Registration page of this website. Unlike ProArts students participating in this program, you will need the signature of the Headmaster on the application form you will present to the host Registrar.
 

Berklee College of Music

Faculty Development Coursework

With the approval of the BAA Headmaster, eligible BAA faculty may take up to one course per semester or up to two courses during the summer for a total of two courses per year at Berklee College of Music. Enrollment will follow existing policies governing ProArts Consortium exchange students; the course available to BAA faculty will be identical to those offered within the consortium. Within these policies, all courses are eligible for a waiver of tuition.
 

Boston Architectural College

BAA faculty members must have applied and been accepted into the Boston Conservatory Master’s program. With the approval of the BAA Headmaster, eligible BAA faculty may take up to one course per semester for a total of two courses per year. Summer courses are limited and can be taken at a reduced rate. Courses are offered on a space available basis. Courses are eligible for a waiver of tuition only; all other charges are the responsibility of the BAA faculty member enrolled.
 

The Boston COnservatory

Graduate Coursework ONLY

BAA faculty members must have applied and been accepted into The Boston Conservatory Master’s program. With the approval of the BAA Headmaster, eligible BAA faculty may take up to one course per semester for a total of two courses per year. Summer courses are limited and may not be available. Courses are offered on a space available basis. Courses are eligible for a waiver of tuition only; all other charges are the responsibility of the BAA faculty member enrolled.
 

Emerson College

Emerson has allotted one course per semester for a total of four courses per year to BAA staff members. The distribution of these courses is to be determined by the BAA Headmaster. Courses may be taken either in the day program or in the Continuing Education Division of the College, but must be registered through the Division of Continuing Education, which can be reached at (617) 824-8280. The voucher must be taken to the Continuing Education Office located at 80 Boylston Street. Courses are offered on a space available basis beginning the first day of each class. Only tuition charges are waived; the BAA faculty member is responsible for all other charges.

Graduate Coursework

A BAA faculty member must have applied and been accepted into the Emerson College graduate program in order to take advantage of a tuition benefit as described above. Applications should be made through the Emerson College Office of Graduate Admission (617) 824-8610. Once the faculty member has been accepted into the graduate program, the enrollment procedure is the same as for the faculty development coursework at Emerson College as indicated above.
 

Massachusetts College of Art and Design

Independent Coursework

With the approval of the BAA Headmaster, eligible staff may take up to one course per semester or up to two courses during the summer for a total of two courses per year. Only courses offered by the Program of Continuing Education (PCE) at MassArt are eligible for a waiver of tuition. Enrollment is on a space available basis. Only tuition charges may be waived; BAA faculty are responsible for all other course fee charges. Tuition credits will be given.

Degree-track Matriculation

Unless a BAA faculty member has been accepted into an advanced degree program (MFA or MSAE) at MassArt, waivers for individual courses are not applicable. Eligible BAA faculty may take up to one course per semester or up to two courses during the summer for a total of two courses per year as described above.
 

School of the Museum of Fine Arts

The Museum School has allotted a total of three spaces per semester during the academic year and two spaces in the summer (evening or day program) for BAA staff and faculty. Distribution of these spaces to BAA staff and faculty will be determined by the Headmaster. Courses are available on a space available basis. Only tuition costs are waived and the BAA staff or faculty member is responsible for all other charges. Museum School policy does not allow graduate degree-track matriculation for part-time students.