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The New School for Public Engagement

The mission of The New School for Public Engagement is to create and nurture a learning community marked by interdisciplinary engagement with real-world issues and the integration of professional, civic, and liberal learning.

Every kid dreams of making a difference in the world. Few people feel like they have accomplished this goal. With an education at The New School for Public Engagement, however, they instill the tools, education, focus, and resources needed to make this dream a reality. With five schools committed to this philosophy:

  • School of Undergraduate Studies
  • Milano School of International Affairs
  • School of Media Studies
  • School of Writing
  • School of Language Learning and Teaching

Students can find a variety of unique opportunities that are designed to meet their academic, professional, and civic aspirations all at the same time. This is especially important in the classroom where curricula are designed to be collaborative, integrative, and boundary-crossing.

No one said that solving the world’s problems is easy. But real-world practice is the key, where theories come alive through practical training and where students are given the tools to confront contemporary challenges in their communities and throughout the world. At the New School for Public Engagement, international students can pursue both undergraduate and graduate programs, as well as advance their degree by earning a certificate or enrolling in continuing education courses.

And what better place to do this than in New York City – where culture, diversity, and religion come together in a bustling city full of opportunities both academically and socially. Here, The New School maintains its tradition of educational innovation and keeps its place on the cutting edge of the intellectual and creative life.

So now you may be asking yourself, how do I get started? Request information by completing the form above with your contact details and the New School will contact you directly about how you can make your difference.

The Milano School of International Affairs, Management, and Urban Policy

Milano School programs engage students in addressing big social, economic, environmental, and political problems in real time. Our innovative and interdisciplinary curriculum brings together an extraordinary faculty and motivated students to facilitate social change through project-based fieldwork.

Programs

  • Environmental Policy and Sustainability Management (MS)
  • International Affairs (MA/MS)
  • Nonprofit Management (MS)
  • Organizational Change Management (MS)
  • Urban Policy Analysis and Management (MS)
  • Public and Urban Policy (PhD)
  • Leadership and Change (Post-Master's Certificate)
  • Organization Development (Post-Master's Certificate)
  • Sustainability Strategies (Post-Master's Certificate)

Students

Total Students

12,745

Student Ratio
Female 69%
Male 31%

Faculty

Total Faculty

1,247

Faculty/Student Ratio
10 : 1
 

Tuition

Estimated Cost

$57,609

Admissions

Total Applicants

4,882

Admitted

69%

Enrolled

22%

Test Scores

SAT Math

SAT Reading

SAT Writing

ACT Composite

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School of Language Learning and Teaching

The School of Language Learning and Teaching trains teachers of English to speakers of other languages in highly-praised degree and certificate programs and provides foreign language instruction, including English as a foreign language, for all divisions of The New School.

Programs

  • Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (MA)
  • English as a Second Language (Certificate)
  • ESL + Design (Certificate)
  • Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (Certificate)
  • TESOL Summer Institute (Certificate)
  • ESL + Music (Certificate)

School of Media Studies

The School of Media Studies is one of five schools of The New School for Public Engagement, an academic division of The New School. This school is dedicated to the analysis and understanding of mediated communication and the realization of creative visions in film, video, audio, and multimedia forms. The curriculum incorporates media history, media theory and research, media management, and media production. The School of Media Studies offers programs and courses for graduate and undergraduate students, including an extensive continuing education curriculum. Our students have access to the exciting networking opportunities and professional resources available in New York City, a world media capital. Our degrees, certificates, and continuing education courses provide strong foundations on which to build or enhance a career.

Programs

  • Media Studies (MA)
  • Media Management (MS)
  • Documentary Media Studies (Certificate)
  • Media Management (Certificate)
  • Film Production (Certificate)
  • Screenwriting (Certificate)

School of Undergraduate Studies

With access to the resources of a leading New York City university and a wide range of networking, internship, and civic engagement opportunities, The New School offers a nontraditional college experience you can tailor to your intellectual interests and professional goals. (If you'd prefer a traditional, 4-year undergraduate experience, learn about traditional college programs at The New School.)

Programs

  • Liberal Arts (BA/BS)
  • Environmental Studies (BA/BS)
  • Global Studies (BA)
  • Musical Theater (BFA)
  • Psychology (BA)
  • Urban Studies (BA)
  • Professional Certificates
  • Food Studies Program
  • Riggio Honors Program: Writing and Democracy

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School of Writing

The School of Writing offers students at all levels of experience the opportunity to study the craft of writing under the direction of master teachers who are themselves distinguished practitioners. The approach emphasizes the study of literature as a dynamic artistic discipline, a creative activity, rather than as a field for historical analysis or an object for interpretation, as in English, literary studies, or comparative literature departments. In their workshops and seminars, New School writing teachers approach works of art from the inside out, moving from close attention to language, craft, and form into history and culture, engaging the full complexity of a work, and resisting critical narrowness, insularity, and reductionism.

Programs

  • Creative Writing (MFA)
  • Summer Writers Colony
  • Riggio Honors Program: Writing & Democracy
  • Undergraduate Writing
  • Continuing Education Courses

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