Organizations today need leaders who can navigate a fast-changing economy, applying an entrepreneurial outlook and keen analytical skills to emerging business opportunities and global forces. At The New School's colleges and schools — from Parsons and Milano to Media Studies and Performing Arts — management and entrepreneurship education goes beyond promoting conventional business approaches to develop creative problem solvers skilled at managing within future-facing, creative, socially engaged environments. Our distinctive approach is rooted in five overarching themes and in-demand capacities: Design, Futures, Human Experience, Social Justice, and Systems.
Join our community of changemakers, who are re-envisioning management through entrepreneurship-focused graduate and undergraduate degrees and minors, certificates, and continuing and executive education programs. All of our management offerings draw on The New School's expertise in innovation and human-centered business leadership.
Diverse, experienced, and visionary, our faculty are leaders committed to cultivating managers and entrepreneurs who can transform fields and disrupt business as usual to foster enterprise that advances innovation and social good. They mentor, share their networks, and establish industry collaborations that give learning real-world relevance.
The New School's innovative management methodology is forged in applied, real-world work and research. University labs, incubators, and funded competitions give students and alumni an array of resources to bring innovation to established organizations and to develop new businesses, many of which are launched while students are still on campus.