What do you want to learn? For aspiring designers, entrepreneurs, musicians, writers, and everything in between, The New School provides training needed outside full-length degree programs. You can take credit and noncredit Continuing Education courses, and noncredit certificate programs. Immerse yourself in the subjects that matter to you.
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Noncredit CoursesTake courses for enrichment or professional development – without the worry of grades.Credit CoursesTake courses and earn college credit, potentially transferable to other institutions.Noncredit CertificatesTake a series of noncredit courses on a pass/fail basis and earn a certificate that highlights your achievement in a specific subject area.Pre-College and PreparatoryCourse offerings for children and young adults.Center for Executive EducationSeminars customized for a group from your organization, and public programs for senior decision makers.
The New School is a vital thread in the intellectual fabric of New York City. Our continuing education courses have nurtured the talents and guided the careers of nontraditional learners for more than a century. Today students of all ages are drawn to The New School by the hundreds of courses it offers.
Home to some of the world’s best programs in art, design, the performing arts, media, and the social sciences, The New School offers courses that enable you to advance toward your personal and professional goals. As a continuing education student, you join an inspiring community at a world-class institution that is redefining higher education in the United States.
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