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Johns Hopkins + MICA

lpage3lpage3 Posts: 38Registered User Junior Member
Does Johns Hopkins offer the opportunity to take classes at MICA (similar to Brown and RISD) and is there a joint program between the two schools (similar to the Brown and RISD joint program)? And are there any other pairs of schools that offer a similar opportunity?
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Replies to: Johns Hopkins + MICA

  • taxguytaxguy Posts: 6,494Registered User Senior Member
    I do know that MICA kids can take programs at Hopkins similar to RISD/Brown. I don't know if Hopkins kids can take courses for credit at MICA. I would assume that they can,but you need to call either Hopkins if you are applying to Hopkins.
  • Hope2getriceHope2getrice Posts: 1,154Registered User Senior Member
    YES. you can. many kids do.
  • lpage3lpage3 Posts: 38Registered User Junior Member
    Thanks for the responses. Does anybody know of any other two colleges that have a similar relationship?
  • worried_momworried_mom Posts: 2,205Registered User Senior Member
    There is also a dual-degree program (5 years) between Tufts and SMFA.
  • joeschmoejoeschmoe Posts: 50Registered User Junior Member
    Actually, I think many of the colleges in Baltimore, including Goucher, also have reciprocal relationships with MICA Baltimore Collegetown

    Tufts and SMFA students can take classes at each other's schools.
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