High school, college, and adult students can choose from two and four-week
Summer Intensive Seminars (SIS) in
New York City or
Paris. Students interested in Architecture, Interior, and Lighting Design can enroll in the five-week
Summer Studies in Constructed Environments at Parsons’ New York campus. Graduate students can join the two-week
Graduate International Summer Program in Berlin offered by the Master's Program in the History of Decorative Arts. In addition, arts educators can spend three summers pursuing a Master of Science in Education through the
Leadership in the Arts graduate degree program, which is offered in cooperation with the Bank Street College of Education in New York.
Providing diverse classes and certificate options for students in grades 4 through 12, Parsons
Pre-College Academy meets Saturdays during the school year and for two weeks during the summer. Age appropriate courses range from fashion, graphic, and interior design to drawing, painting, cartooning, photography, and portfolio development.
long-term scholarship programs for New York City public high school students. Through scholarships and free events, the school strives to make the resources of Parsons accessible to a diverse student body.
Open admission, nondegree studio, history, and business-oriented courses in art and design for beginner adults and accomplished professionals are available through Parsons
Continuing Education. Offered each semester, classes provide students with the technical skills and design training they need to begin or advance their careers and develop their artistic interests. Several courses are available online. Students can enroll in Parsons Continuing Education classes for credit or on a noncredit basis, or apply courses towards earning a Parsons SPACE certificate.
Summer Programs at Parsons
Summer Intensive Studies: New York
Summer Intensive Studies: Paris
Summer Studies in Constructed Environments
Graduate International Summer Programs