Bard College Catalogue 2017-18
Specialized Degree Programs
In addition to the bachelor of arts degree, Bard College offers two dual-degree undergraduate programs:
A global B.A. and preprofessional undergraduate and joint-degree options (for example, prelaw and engineering) are also available. For more information, see the “Additional Study Opportunities and Affiliated Institutes” chapter in this catalogue.
- The Program in Economics and Finance offers a B.S. degree in economics and finance and a bachelor of arts degree in another field in the liberal arts or sciences other than economics.
- The Bard College Conservatory of Music offers a bachelor’s degree in music and a B.A. in another field in the liberal arts or sciences other than music.
Bard and its affiliates offer the following graduate degrees: M.A., M.Phil., and Ph.D. in decorative arts, design history, and material culture; M.A. in curatorial studies; M.B.A. in sustainability; M.S. in environmental policy and in climate science and policy; M.S. in economic theory and policy; M.A.T.; M.F.A.; and M.Music.
New York State HEGIS* Codes
Enrollment in other than registered or otherwise approved programs may jeopardize a student’s eligibility for certain student aid awards. The following undergraduate and graduate degree programs have been registered for Bard College by the New York State Education Department.
|Degree Program ||HEGIS Code ||Degree |
|Arts ||1001 ||B.A. |
|Languages and Literature ||1599 ||B.A. |
|Science, Mathematics, and Computing ||4902 ||B.A. |
|Social Studies ||2201 ||B.A. |
|Economics and Finance ||2204 ||B.S. |
|Conservatory of Music ||1004 ||B.Music |
|Returning to College ||4901 ||B.A./B.S./B.P.S. |
|Decorative Arts, Design History, and Material Culture ||1003 ||M.A./M.Phil./Ph.D. |
|Curatorial Studies ||1099 ||M.A. |
|Economic Theory and Policy ||2204 ||M.S. |
|Environmental / Climate Science Policy ||0420 ||M.S. |
|Fine Arts ||1001 ||M.F.A. |
|Music ||1004 ||M.Music |
|Sustainability ||0506 ||M.B.A. |
|Teaching ||0803 ||M.A.T. |
* Higher Education General Information Survey