Division of Applied Undergraduate Studies Admissions FAQs-Online Study
The Division offers two options for online study–the BA in Social Sciences with a concentration in Organizational Behavior and Change, and the BS in Leadership and Management Studies. Online courses are an integral part of the NYUSPS Division of Applied Undergraduate Studies educational experience, and, if you choose to pursue online study, our advisors can help you to develop an academic plan that balances your work and family obligations with the flexibility provided through online learning.
For information about NYUSPS Division of Applied Undergraduate Studies online program offerings, please visit Online Learning.
Like on-site courses, online courses are led by faculty and taken by students during an established academic term. However, the primary means of communication is through an online learning platform, that provides many ways of sharing information, asking questions, and collaborating on projects through digital means. Most courses include opportunities to meet online in real time with your class for live video discussions through your computer. Online courses are just as demanding as on-site courses. The reading materials, projects, assignments, and discourse are equivalent to on-site courses.
For more information about NYUSPS Division of Applied Undergraduate Studies online offerings, please visit Online Learning.
Most of our online courses are asynchronous and do not have specific meeting times. While courses have specific start dates, end dates, and assignments, there are no specific class meeting times. This asynchronous format allows students the flexibility to study on the schedule that fits their lives.
On a weekly basis, you will be expected to actively participate in class discussions; complete homework assignments and readings; and take part in team activities. To add richness to the learning experience, many course instructors provide you with opportunities to meet online, live via web conference, for group project meetings and instructor office hours.