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  • Undergraduate Programs for
    The New Culinary Professional

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    • Undergraduate Programs for The New Culinary Professional
    • Undergraduate Programs for The New Culinary Professional
    • Undergraduate Programs for The New Culinary Professional
    • Undergraduate Programs for The New Culinary Professional
    • Undergraduate Programs for The New Culinary Professional
    • Undergraduate Programs for The New Culinary Professional
    • Undergraduate Programs for The New Culinary Professional

    Earn your bachelor’s degree at The New School for Public Engagement while becoming a culinary professional, trained by the International Culinary Center.

    Our mobility agreement enables students in The New School for Public Engagement (NSPE) Undergraduate Programs to apply to and enroll in one or more of the culinary or pastry professional training programs of the International Culinary Center (ICC) in New York City or California. Participating students will maintain their eligibility for scholarships, loans, and other financial aid available to all regularly enrolled NSPE students.

    Designed for The New Culinary Professional

    This new mobility agreement enables undergraduates to gain professional culinary skills while staying enrolled as fully matriculated students at The New School for Public Engagement. The credits acquired at The ICC will be applied as non-liberal arts credits towards the Bachelor of Science degree (up to 60 credits) or Bachelor of Arts degree (up to 30 credits) at The New School.

    Eligibility Requirements

    To participate, NSPE students must:

    • Be registered as fully matriculated NSPE undergraduate in good standing
    • Have completed at least 24 credits in the Bachelor’s Degree program (BA/BS)
    • Have a cumulative G.P.A. of at least 3.0
    • Have no outstanding financial liability to The New School

    Take the Next Step

    NSPE undergraduates interested in applying should speak with their NSPE advisor to ensure that The ICC program of interest does not surpass the total number of non-liberal arts credits allowed as part of the Bachelor of Art degree (30) or Bachelor of Science degree (60). Students must then complete and submit an application to The ICC. If accepted, tuition, fees, and charges for the culinary courses will be paid directly to The ICC.

    Information for ICC Graduates

    ICC graduates can already transfer to The New School to obtain a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Science degree at NSPE’s School of Undergraduate Studies. Their ICC diploma will be evaluated for transfer credits as follows:

    ICC Training Program Non-liberal arts credit eligibility
    Classic Culinary Arts 22
    Italian Culinary Experience 22
    Classic Pastry Arts 22
    The Art of International Bread Baking 9
    Intensive Sommelier Training 7
    Restaurant Management 3

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