Yes, Extended Studies offers courses for individuals aged 16 and older at every level, from the curious to the professional. Read course descriptions carefully to ensure the course matches your interests and level of experience. Please see Current Semester for more details.
Yes, Extended Studies is pleased to offer an ever-expanding program of courses for young artists and designers aged 5 to 16+. Please see Youth Programs for more details. The Canada Revenue Agency has also implemented a 'Children's Arts Tax Credit' for which several of our youth programs are applicable towards. You can read more about this tax credit and eligibility by clicking here.
Currently, all Extended Studies courses are held at NSCAD University’s Granville and Port campus. Please see the Explore NSCAD page
for detail on how to find your class. We do offer customized programs that can be held off-site.
Most Extended Studies courses require that students purchase supplies. A list of required and recommended items for your first class is outlined in course descriptions; instructors will outline additional supplies during the first class. The NSCAD Art Supply Store is located in the lower level of Granville Mall at 1874 Hollis Street; open Monday through Saturday from 9 am to 5 pm, the store can be reached by phone at 902 494.8176 or email@example.com
The School of Extended Studies offers Certificate Programs in Arts Administration, Community Based Art Practice, Digital Media, and Photography. These are flexible part-time programs designed to be completed in one to two years. Anyone may register, and no portfolio is required to apply.
Please see Certificate Programs for more details.
Currently, Extended Studies courses and certificate programs do not ladder into the University’s credit programs.
Yes, we can work with you to design a custom one-on-one program and tutoring for individuals, or a professional development or teambuilding program for your group. See Tutoring Opportunities for more details.