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  • Bachelor's–Master's Program at The New School

  • Bachelor's-Master's Program

    Would an advanced degree help you achieve your professional and personal goals? Take advantage of The New School's Bachelor's-Master's program, which saves you time and money. You can earn up to 18 credits (depending on the master’s program) in New School master’s courses and apply those graduate credits to both your undergraduate program and an MA or MS degree.

    Who is eligible?

    You can participate if you are pursuing a bachelor's degree at the Bachelor’s Program for Adults and Transfer Students or Eugene Lang College. If you are a transfer student who meets the program requirements, you can begin taking master’s-level courses in your first semester.

    In addition, you should have:

    • Completed, or be in the process of completing, 60 credits toward a bachelor's degree
    • Earned a minimum GPA of 3.3
    • Completed, or be in the process of completing, four undergraduate courses that are relevant to your desired area of graduate study in which you earned a grade of 3.0 or higher

    Approved Bachelor's-Master's Program pairings

    Undergraduate Major Graduate Degree
    Anthropology (BA) Anthropology (MA)
    Anthropology (BA) Liberal Studies (MA)
    The Arts (BA) Liberal Studies (MA)
    Culture and Media (BA) Liberal Studies (MA)
    Culture and Media (BA) Media Studies (MA)
    Economics (BA) Economics (MA/MS)
    Environmental Studies (BA/BS) Environmental Policy and Sustainability Management (MS)
    Global Studies (BA) Anthropology (MA)
    Global Studies (BA) Historical Studies (MA)
    Global Studies (BA) International Affairs (MA/MS)
    Global Studies (BA) Media Studies (MA)
    Global Studies (BA) Politics (MA)
    History (BA) Historical Studies (MA)
    Liberal Arts (BA/BS) Anthropology (MA)
    Liberal Arts (BA/BS) Design Studies (MA)
    Liberal Arts (BA/BS) Economics (MA/MS)
    Liberal Arts (BA/BS) Environmental Policy and Sustainability Management (MS)
    Liberal Arts (BA) Fashion Studies (MA)
    Liberal Arts (BA/BS) Historical Studies (MA)
    Liberal Arts (BA/BS) International Affairs (MA/MS)
    Liberal Arts (BA/BS) Liberal Studies (MA)
    Liberal Arts (BA/BS) Media Studies (MA)
    Liberal Arts (BA/BS) Nonprofit Management (MS)
    Liberal Arts (BA/BS) Organizational Change Management (MS)
    Liberal Arts (BA/BS) Philosophy (MA)
    Liberal Arts (BA/BS) Politics (MA)
    Liberal Arts (BA/BS) Psychology (MA)
    Liberal Arts (BA/BS) Sociology (MA)
    Liberal Arts (BA/BS) Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (MA)
    Liberal Arts (BA/BS) Urban Policy Analysis and Management (MS)
    Literary Studies (BA) Liberal Studies (MA)
    Philosophy (BA) Liberal Studies (MA)
    Philosophy (BA) Philosophy (MA)
    Politics (BA) Politics (MA)
    Psychology (BA) Psychology (MA)
    Sociology (BA) Liberal Studies (MA)
    Sociology (BA) Sociology (MA)
    Urban Studies (BA) Environmental Policy and Sustainability Management (MS)
    Urban Studies (BA) Urban Policy Analysis and Management (MS)

    Benefits

    • Access to graduate courses as an undergraduate student
    • Graduate school application fee waived
    • GRE requirement waived
    • Time saved (up to 12 to 18 graduate credits, depending on the master’s program)
    • Tuition saved (up to $27,360, depending on the master’s program)

    Apply now (current New School students)

    To apply, fill out an application.

    Application Deadlines

    For Fall admission: February 10
    For Spring admission: September 25

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