Applicants must have a minimum of three years of organizational experience. The MS program can be completed in two years of full-time study. Working professionals can complete the program through part-time study.
We want to get to know you: You are invited to set an informal, informational one-on-one session with one of our admission counselors. It is an opportunity for you to share your interests and goals and learn more about the fit of our program to your needs.
Rolling admission is available after the deadline. Applications are evaluated on a case-by-case basis at the discretion of the Office of Admission.
The Office of Graduate Admission is available to assist you during the
application process. You are encouraged to email the Organizational
Change Management Admission Liaison, Sharon Greenidge, at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions during your application process.
Plan ahead to meet the application deadline. It takes time for supporting documents such as official transcripts and reference letters to reach The New School. Your application will not be reviewed until all the required documents have been received by the Office of Admission.
All applicants are required to use the online application. The application fee and most supporting documents can be submitted online with the application form. The online application form includes detailed instructions for all the items describe below. You can also download the instructions in PDF format. Please read the instructions carefully before filling out the application.
Former students seeking readmission must contact the Office of Admission for application instructions.
A complete Organizational Change Management application includes
Any supporting documents not submitted online can be mailed to the Office of Admission accompanied by a Materials Cover Sheet.
There are additional application requirements for international applicants and others with foreign credentials.
Go to Registrar for current tuition tables and Student Financial Services for estimated other costs of attendance. Speak to an admission counselor if you are concerned about costs. The New School will work with you to help you finance your graduate program. All accepted students are automatically considered for New School merit-based scholarships, fellowships, and assistantships.All U.S. citizens and permanent residents who file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) are considered for loans and grants based on need. The New School's federal school code is 002780. You do not have to wait for an admission decision to file the FAFSA. You can file for the next year beginning January 1.
Successful applicants will receive a letter of acceptance, which includes detailed information about and instructions about registration, financial aid, housing, student visas (for nonresidents of the United States), and other matters.
A decision to admit is always contingent upon the applicant's successful completion of any current studies and the receipt of a final transcript by the Admission Committee. An official final transcript must be on record before a student begins classes.
All materials submitted in association with the application for admission become the property of The New School and cannot be returned to you or transmitted to a third party.
Students who wish to apply to more than one program at The New School must call the Office of Admission for instructions, at 212.229.5150 or toll-free at 800.292.3040.
72 5th Ave., 3rd Floor (Map)
New York, NY email@example.com
Phone: 212.229.5150 or 800.862.5039
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New York, NY firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: 212.229.5400 Ext. 1601
Environmental Policy and Sustainability Management (MS)
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Nonprofit Management (MS)
Organizational Change Management (MS)
Urban Policy Analysis and Management (MS)
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Leadership and Change (Post-Graduate Certificate)
Organizational Development (Post-Graduate Certificate)
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