Program Length: the entertainment design BFA (Bachelor of Fine Arts) is a 4 year program
Location: Sarasota, Florida
Admissions Req: In addition to having a high school diploma and submitting the Common App, you just need a visual portfolio to apply to this BFA program. Even the portfolio has loose requirements, so you can be as creative as you want!
Highlight: The Taj Mahal was built to tell the story of an emperor’s love for his wife, the Statue of Liberty was built to tell the story of a friendship between the French and Americans, the Hagia Sophia was built to tell the story of religion and politics. Now, it is time for you to create your own story via architecture and entertainment design . Via the four year long entertainment design BFA in Florida’s Ringling College, you will be given the opportunity to study art and architecture in a truly fantastic context, and most importantly, to translate stories into experiences. Whether you are an incoming freshman or transfer student, putting together your extensive yet flexible visual portfolio is the only major requirement of the entertainment design program, in addition to filling out the common apps and being a high school graduate. If you are worried about the cost of the entertainment design program, make sure to look into the multiple and flexible financial aid offered by Ringling College; certainly you cannot find a name more perpetually tied to producing the original great entertainment environment! Plus, professional internships are also integrated into EVERY student’s experience! So, look no further to advance your education while telling a story and creating visually lush environments from your own imagination that everyone can experience with awe and delight! If this is your jam, take a closer look and apply to the Ringling College of Art Entertainment Design Program — you’ll never know if you don’t give it a go!
Cost: $70 application fee, about $67,000USD per year, but don’t let the price tag scare you away as there are multiple, flexible scholarships available (both need and non-need based options)