The New School understands that the needs of students in the Bachelor's Program for Adults and Transfer Students are different from those of traditional college students. Our degree program in Liberal Arts gives you the freedom to design your own path of study—and the flexibility to change direction as your goals change.
Our expert faculty advisors will help you design a curriculum based on your interests and career goals. From your first day to graduation, your faculty advisor will be there to help you tailor your education to your needs.
To help you envision how you'll reach your goals, view the examples below of academic pathways and the career opportunities associated with them. These pathways are not requirements or majors, but individual courses of study chosen by students based on the outcomes they are working toward. The options are limitless, but these models may inspire you as you plan your own course of study.
Visit The New School Bachelor's Program curriculum page and start imagining where your education can take you.
Subject areas from which courses might be chosen: Arts History, Theory, and Criticism; Cultural Studies; History; Visual Arts; Writing; Web Design/Graphic Design
Career opportunities: Art Criticism; Curatorial Practice; Museum Careers; Event Planning; Art Buying; Auction House Careers; Graduate School
Subject areas from which courses might be chosen: Arts History, Theory, and Criticism; Film and Media Studies; Film and Media Production; Journalism; Media and Film Business; Screenwriting; Visual Arts
Career opportunities: Screenwriting; Journalism; Production; Graduate School; Media; Work with Distribution Companies; Marketing; Advertising
Subject areas from which courses might be chosen: Cultural Studies; History; Journalism; Literature; Screenwriting; Writing
Career opportunities: Book, Music, Theater, and Art Criticism; Blogging; Journalism; Graduate School; Law School; Freelance Writing; Screenwriting; Teaching
Subject areas from which courses might be chosen: Anthropology and Sociology; Cultural Studies; Food Studies; Foreign Languages; History; Politics and Economics; Writing
Career opportunities: Food Writing or Blogging; Policy; Graduate School; Management in Food Service and Hospitality Industries; Restaurant Criticism and Consulting
Subject areas from which courses might be chosen: Creative Arts and Health; Gender Studies; Global Studies; Performing Arts and Movement; Psychology; Visual Arts
Career opportunities: Graduate School; Marketing; Youth, Elderly and Disabled Advocacy; Recreation Therapy; Activity Therapy; Work in Mental Health Fields; Teaching; Wellness Entrepreneurship; Social Work
Subject areas from which courses might be chosen: Anthropology and Sociology; Cultural Studies; Global Studies; Management and Business; Politics and Economics; Urban Studies
Career opportunities: Work with NGOs and International Organizations; Advocacy; Activism; Diplomacy and Foreign Service; Government Work; Politics; International Development; Work in Think Tanks; Urban Planning and Design
In addition to the self-designed major in Liberal Arts, The New School's Bachelor's Program for Adults and Transfer Students offers majors in Environmental Studies, Global Studies, Psychology, and Urban Studies.
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