Learning Outcomes for New School Programs

Learning outcomes are the knowledge, skills, and attitudes students are expected to develop through a particular educational experience. The faculty of every degree program at The New School have developed a set of outcomes that identify key aspects of learning all students completing the program should be able to demonstrate. These outcomes are used in the development of program curricula and serve as the basis for assessment of student learning. Every program regularly assesses how well students have achieved each outcome in order to maintain the program’s quality and continue to make improvements.

Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts
The Arts (BA)
Contemporary Music (BA)
Culture and Media (BA)
Economics (BA)
Education Studies (BA)
Environmental Studies (BA, BS)
Global Studies (BA)
History (BA)
Interdisciplinary Science (BA)
Liberal Arts (BA)
Literary Studies (BA)
Philosophy (BA)
Politics (BA)
Psychology (BA)
Theater (BA)
Urban Studies (BA)

Mannes College The New School for Music
Music (BM, Diploma)
Music (MM, Graduate Diploma)

The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music
Jazz and Contemporary Music (BFA) All subjects

The New School for Drama
Dramatic Arts (BFA)
Dramatic Arts (MFA) Acting
Dramatic Arts (MFA) Directing
Dramatic Arts (MFA) Playwriting

The New School for Public Engagement

Milano School
Environmental Policy and Sustainability Management (MS)
International Affairs (MA, MS)
Leadership and Change (Post-Master’s Certificate)
Nonprofit Management (MS)
Organizational Change Management (MS)
Organizational Development (Advanced Certificate)
Public and Urban Policy (PhD)
Sustainability Strategies (Advanced Certificate)
Urban Policy Analysis and Management (MS)

School of Media Studies
Documentary Media Studies (Advanced Certificate)
Film Production (Certificate)
Media Management (MS)
Media Management (Advanced Certificate)
Media Studies (MA)
Screenwriting (Certificate)

School of Undergraduate Studies
Creative Arts and Health (Certificate)
Teaching English [to Speakers of Other Languages] (Certificate)
Environmental Studies (BA, BS)
Global Studies (BA)
Liberal Arts (BA, BS)
Psychology (BA)
Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (MA)
Urban Studies (BA)
Foreign Languages (support program)
ESL (support program)

School of Writing
Creative Writing (MFA)

New School for Social Research
Anthropology (MA)
Anthropology (PhD)
Economics (MA, MS)
Economics (PhD)
Historical Studies (MA)
Liberal Studies (MA)
Philosophy (MA)
Philosophy (PhD)
Politics (MA)
Politics (PhD)
Psychology (MA)
Clinical Psychology (PhD)
Cognitive, Social, and Developmental Psychology (PhD)
Sociology (MA)
Sociology (PhD)

Parsons The New School for Design

 
School of Art and Design History and Theory
Design Studies (MA)
Fashion Studies (MA)
History of Decorative Arts and Design (MA)

School of Art, Media, and Technology
Communication Design (BFA)
Design and Technology (BFA)
Design and Technology (MFA)
Fine Arts (BFA)
Fine Arts (MFA)
Graphic Design (AAS)
Illustration (BFA)
Photography (BFA)
Photography (MFA)

School of Constructed Environments
Architecture (BFA, BS)
Architecture (MArch)
Interior Design (AAS)
Interior Design (BFA)
Interior Design (MFA)
Lighting Design (MFA)
Product Design (BFA)

School of Design Strategies
Design and Urban Ecologies (MS)
Integrated Design (BFA)
Strategic Design and Management (BBA)
Strategic Design and Management (MS)
Theories of Urban Practice (MA)
Transdisciplinary Design (MFA)
Urban Design (BS)

School of Fashion
Fashion Design (AAS)
Fashion Design (BFA)
Fashion Design and Society (MFA)
Fashion Marketing (AAS)

Minors
Alternative Fashion Strategies
Anthropology
Art and Design History
Comics and Graphic Narrative
Communication Design 
Contemporary Music
Creative Entrepreneurship 
Culture and Media
Dance
Data Visualization
Design Studies
Economics
Ethnicity and Race
Fashion Communications
Fashion Studies
Fine Arts 
Food Studies
Gender Studies
Global Studies  
History
Interdisciplinary Science
Jewish Studies
Literature
Philosophy
Photography
Politics
Printmaking
Psychology
Religious Studies
Social Practice
Sociology
Sustainable Cities
Temporary Environments
Theater
Visual Studies
Writing

 

 
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