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    Courses

  • Lang offers more than 350 courses each year. Below are a few examples. Students also have access to many of the more than 1,700 courses offered throughout the university. To see degree and minor requirements, visit the Academic program pages.

  • Featured Courses

    Each semester, our faculty design hundreds of courses to be relevant and reflect the latest cultural, political, and social developments. Here’s a snapshot of some of the current courses that are available for you to choose from.

    • Learn how gender matters in the work we do by discussing the multiple ways in which gender organizes economic life and our perceptions of the value of different kinds of paid and unpaid labor.

    • Uncover the interaction between sound, art, and technology in the recent past. Examine the practices and innovations that led to the most current ideas about sound art and music technology, and develop contemporary analytical methods for exploring and creating music.

    • Build the knowledge base for designing improved functionality, beauty, and ecological and environmental features that benefit both human and non-human species, while advancing knowledge to improve city investments in building out green roofs in the city.

    • Among the topics you will explore in this course are clinical encounters, citizenship and the pharmaceuticalization of health, racialized medicine and pain management, the commodification of bodies through organ transplantation, structural violence and social suffering.

    • Discover materialist theories that examine the place of race and racism in social systems of expropriation and exploitation–especially capitalism, slavery, colonialism, and neo-imperialism.

    • This second-level coding class explores concepts of big data, algorithm credibility and accountability, and computer mediated social interaction through a hands-on experience building a world of autonomous ‘intelligent’ agents.

    • After examining the drafting and ratification of the Constitution in the late 1780s, this course uses a close reading of significant Supreme Court decisions to examine the Constitution’s major doctrines and the Supreme Court’s interpretation of those doctrines.

    • Examine different theories and empirical evidence, learning how narrow identity can affect living standard and economic development, and move individuals and communities to see violence as a tool to resolve their differences.

    • Learn American history through the perspectives of African Americans who recorded their observations and expressed their opinions in autobiographical narratives, speeches, articles, poetry, and literature.

  • Each semester, Lang offers a series of courses in which students learn coding skills in the critical context of investigative projects. Students from across the university collaborate on projects they care about, from exploring the role of social media in political campaigns to creative writing in the digital world.

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Undergraduates

To apply to any of our undergraduate programs (except the Bachelor's Program for Adults and Transfer Students and Parsons Associate of Applied Science programs) complete and submit the Common App online.

Undergraduate Adult Learners

To apply to any of our Bachelor's Program for Adults and Transfer Students and Parsons Associate of Applied Science programs, complete and submit the New School Online Application.

Graduates

To apply to any of our Master's, Doctoral, Professional Studies Diploma, and Graduate Certificate programs, complete and submit the New School Online Application.

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