How to Get Started
Management, Leadership, and Entrepreneurship is a new major in the Bachelor’s Program for Adults and Transfer Students.
- Current students may be eligible to declare this major and should contact the director of Student Affairs, Joyinn Paulin at [email protected].
- Prospective applicants can apply now to start the program in spring 2022 or later.
The New School’s unique approach to management education prepares the next generation of managers, leaders, and entrepreneurs to confront the status quo and create a more just and sustainable future.
In this major, you transcend conventional business approaches to think critically about redefining value in human terms — both within organizations and in the market. Through coursework and experiential learning opportunities, you develop the ability
to balance financial outcomes in a business or organization with the potential for advancing social, environmental, and personal transformation.
Many of our students are working professionals who are returning to college seeking advancement or a change in their career and life trajectory. The program is designed to provide flexible, timely, cost-effective, customizable pathways for degree completion
using online and on-campus modes of delivery. Students also have the freedom to explore diverse courses and resources throughout the university — such as technological and design facilities, foreign language courses, and socially engaged learning
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Students who study management at The New School are critical thinkers who go on to pursue successful careers in purpose-driven companies, start-ups, and creative enterprises. They are creative problem solvers skilled at managing within future-facing,
socially engaged environments in a wide variety of industries, functions, and geographical areas. Graduates of this major are prepared to work in a range of settings and situations, whether in the private, nonprofit, or public sector, or to pursue
graduate study in business, organizational change, and more.