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The Association of Independent Colleges of Art and Design (AICAD) is a consortium of thirty-six of the leading degree-granting art colleges in the United States. All AICAD member institutions have a curriculum with full liberal arts and sciences requirements complimenting studio work, and are accredited to grant the BFA and/or MFA degrees. To qualify for AICAD membership, an art school must satisfy three threshold requirements: specialization in art or design; grant the BFA and/or MFA degree; and have dual accredidation of the National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD) and the academic accrediting organization in their region. National Association of Schools of Art and Design, known as NASAD for short, is an organisation of colleges, schools and universities. ...
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