University Course Catalog

Use the filters to search here for all courses offered for undergraduate or graduate credit. Course titles are displayed in alphabetical order with an indicator of the academic term(s) in which each course is normally offered. You can see details about a course by selecting the course title.

Note: If you are not enrolling in a university degree or credit certificate program, do not use this catalog. Instead, use the Continuing Education Registration System to find and register for courses as a noncredit, general credit-nondegree, or noncredit certificate student.

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Select the Course Title link to read the full course listing (includes course descriptions and registration restrictions).

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Course listings are updated daily.
The dates for loading courses to the catalog are: Summer and fall courses are posted March 1. Spring courses are posted October 1.
Parsons special summer programs are posted November 1.

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Returning students: Online early registration is scheduled in April for summer and fall classes and in November for spring classes. Schedules and instructions are published at Registration Information. Students who miss early registration may have wait to register until the in-person registration period just before classes begin.

Newly admitted students: Instructions to register are included in your acceptance package. Students who have paid the tuition deposit normally can register over the summer if they are entering in the fall and in December or early January if they are entering in the spring. Information about orientation activities and registration schedules is periodically posted in New Student Information.

Nonmatriculated continuing education students can find and register for courses (noncredit, general credit, certificate) using the Continuing Education Registration System.

Reviewing Your Degree Requirements [+]

Matriculated students usually are required to review their courses with an advisor before they register. A valuable tool in planning your program DegreeWorks, an online degree auditing software. DegreeWorks is available at MyNewSchool.

Students should pay particular attention to the class level of courses, which is indicated by the course master number: Undergraduate courses are numbered 1000 to 4000; graduate courses are numbered 5000 to 7000. Students using this catalog should filter for courses at the appropriate level based on their own studies. Note: Upper-class undergraduate students may be permitted to take 5000- and 6000-level graduate courses. Graduate students may be able to audit certain undergraduate-level courses. In all cases, advance permission of the student's advisor is required to register.

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16 Search results - Course Open To + Department + Term
Course TitleCourse NumberFallSpringSummerUndergradGradDivision/SchoolLiberal ArtsDepartment
Althusser GPOL 5510 The New School for Social Research Politics
Ancient Political Thought II GPOL 6695 The New School for Social Research Politics
Borders, Camps & Im-mobilities GPOL 6142 The New School for Social Research Politics
Conceptions of Democracy GPOL 5330 The New School for Social Research Politics
Democratic Revolts & "People Power": Paradoxes of Popular Sovereignty in Practice GPOL 5747 The New School for Social Research Politics
Federation, Secession and Partition GPOL 5318 The New School for Social Research Politics
Feminism, Capitalism and Social Transformation GPOL 5505 The New School for Social Research Politics
Field Seminar in American Politics from Contemporary America GPOL 6298 The New School for Social Research Politics
Field Seminar in Global Politics and International Relations GPOL 6299 The New School for Social Research Politics
Fieldwork, Engagement & Voice GPOL 6365 The New School for Social Research Politics
Historical Methods and Sources GPOL 6134 The New School for Social Research Politics
Inter-University Consortium GPOL 6994 The New School for Social Research Politics
PhD Seminar GPOL 7300 The New School for Social Research Politics
Political Economy of Development GPOL 6488 The New School for Social Research Politics
Privatization and Commodification GPOL 6378 The New School for Social Research Politics
Qualitative Methods GPOL 6195 The New School for Social Research Politics