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Most Popular Schools for Metal and Jewelry Arts Major & Degree Program

A program that prepares individuals creatively and technically to express emotions, ideas, or inner visions by fashioning art works from gems, other stones, and precious metals. Includes instruction in gemology, metalsmithing and finishing, stone cutting and polishing, metal and non-metal casting and molding, electroforming, metal coloring, enameling, photo etching, lapidary technique and art, design concepts, and personal style development.


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Rank School Name Students % of Total Total On-Campus Cost
1 Gemological Institute of America-Carlsbad 275 100% N/A
2 Gemological Institute of America-New York 267 100% N/A
3 Studio Jewelers 148 100% N/A
4 Fashion Institute of Technology 57 2% $21,773
5 Savannah College of Art and Design 27 1% $51,279
6 Temple University 23 0% $29,632
7 Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising-Los Angeles 21 1% $31,244
8 State University of New York at New Paltz 13 1% $21,403
9 California College of the Arts 12 2% $56,134
10 Rochester Institute of Technology 9 0% $47,627
11 Rhode Island School of Design 9 1% $61,054
12 Cranbrook Academy of Art 8 11% N/A
13 Syracuse University 7 0% $57,450
14 Maine College of Art 6 6% $44,740
15 Northern Arizona University 6 0% $22,746
16 Haywood Community College 5 1% $4,062
17 Cleveland Institute of Art 5 5% $54,161
18 Montgomery Community College 4 1% $3,767
19 Massachusetts College of Art and Design 3 1% $26,500
20 University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth 3 0% $25,355
21 Arcadia University 3 0% $51,970
22 University of Oregon 3 0% $24,352
23 Flathead Valley Community College 2 1% $12,035
24 Buffalo State SUNY 2 0% $21,493
25 University of Washington-Seattle Campus 1 0% $27,034
26 Academy of Art University 1 0% $37,828
27 Palomar College 1 0% $3,038
28 Ferris State University 1 0% $21,878
29 The University of Texas at El Paso 1 0% $21,399

This list indicates the number of students that completed the Metal and Jewelry Arts program at the schools above.
It is not necessarily an indicator of academic rigor or quality of education.
Note that some schools do not have enough data to be ranked, and these schools will not appear in our lists.