Graduate School Planning
CDO is a resource for general graduate school information. Events are held each year to support students in their graduate school planning in addition to information tables and sessions featuring a variety graduate schools and programs throughout the year. Students are also encouraged to work with faculty and academic advisers for program-specific graduate school advising.
Bard Graduate Programs
Students also have the opportunity to explore Bard's 3+2, 4+1 and Dual-Degree Programs, as well as traditional Bard Graduate Programs, which offer specialized courses of study in the studio and performing arts, the cultural history of the material world, the curating of the contemporary visual arts, environmental policy and education, sustainable business, economic theory and policy, and discipline-based teaching for secondary schools.
Graduate School Outcomes
Bard College students pursue graduate school studies in a variety of programs and institutions. You can download a summary list of the various graduate schools Bard students have attended for the past several years. Information featured in this list has been collected through our First Destination Survey (FDS), Alumni/ae Affairs, faculty and staff, and LinkedIn.