Spring 2015 Courses
Please go to the University Course Catalog to view all Economics courses for this semester.
Course Levels and Registration
Courses at The New School for Social Research fall into three general categories:
- Courses numbered 5000–5899 are master’s-level courses. These are generally open to undergraduates at the junior or senior level as well. There is a standard cap of five undergraduates in any course; the faculty member teaching the course has the prerogative to raise or lower the limit. Certain 5000–level courses are cross-listed with other divisions of the university, and these courses are likely to have more undergraduates enrolled than courses that are not cross-listed. A roster of cross-listed courses is available in each department’s student advising office during registration.
- Courses numbered 6000–6899 are advanced master’s and doctoral-level courses. These courses are usually open to graduate students from other divisions of the university (e.g., Media Studies, International Affairs), but undergraduates may enroll only with special permission from both the faculty member teaching the course and the undergraduate student's program advisor. A very few 6000-level courses are cross-listed with other divisions by agreement with the department chair at The New School for Social Research. A roster of cross-listed courses is available in each department's student advising office during registration.
- Courses numbered 7000–7899 are open only to students in doctoral programs.
- Special courses and practica are numbered 5900–5999, 6900–6999, or 7900–7999.
In certain courses at all levels, enrollment is normally restricted to students studying for a degree in the department offering the course. This restriction applies to students in other departments of The New School for Social Research as well students from other divisions of the university. All students from outside the department must have approval from the department’s student advisor to register for one of these limited-enrollment courses. A list of limited-enrollment courses is available in each department’s advising office during the registration period and is also distributed to student advisors in other divisions.
Undergraduate students in a bachelor’s/master’s program at Eugene Lang College or The New School for Public Engagement can take 5000- and 6000-level courses subject to the policies stated above. These students register for graduate courses through their home division using that division's registration procedures. However, bachelor’s/master’s students can consult with department student advisors at The New School for Social Research before each registration period to get information about each department's course offerings and prerequisites.