The Schools of Public Engagement offer a distinctive educational experience integrating professional, civic, and interdisciplinary learning. They are a consortium of six schools and programs that prepare students to understand, contribute to, and succeed
in a rapidly changing society.
Graduate students at Milano address complex social, economic, environmental, and political problems in real time, learning to lead change through collaborative, project-based fieldwork.
The School of Languages trains teachers of English to speakers of other languages in highly regarded degree and certificate programs. The school also provides foreign language instruction, including English as a foreign language, for students throughout
Media research, production, and management are explored together in degree and certificate programs offered in New York City and online, providing a strong foundation on which to build or enhance a career.
The New School offers a range of undergraduate degree programs for adults and transfer students seeking an alternative to the traditional four-year college experience. Students can design their own academic path or choose from specific majors, studying
full-time or part-time, on campus or online.
(Students seeking a traditional four-year undergraduate experience should view
traditional college programs at The New School.)
The centerpiece of the Creative Writing Program's curriculum is the renowned MFA in Creative Writing. The program also offers the Riggio Honors Program: Writing and Democracy for undergraduates and workshops and seminars open to degree-seeking and continuing
The International Affairs Programs are distinctive in the New School tradition: critical, engaged, and committed to social justice. Both MA and MS degrees in International Affairs are offered, as well as an International Field Program and United
Nations Summer Study.
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