Over the summer, we want to ensure that we share the very latest updates and provide a centrally located resource to help answer all of your COVID-19 related questions. Information will be drawn mainly from the University. This information will be updated over the summer as protocols for fall are put in place. Kindly bookmark the SPS Returns page and the NYU Returns page, and be on the alert for updates from the School and the University.
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Fall 2021 Semester - Welcome Back Message - NYU SPS Dean Angie Kamath
NYU SPS - Globally Focused, Professional Education
NYU SPS BY THE NUMBERS
Diversity, the power and scope of our global alumni network, and the ability to educate and prepare students who become highly sought-after employment prospects, are all part of the impressive value proposition that the NYU School of Professional Studies has to offer.
Programs for Active Military and Veterans
Serving those who have served their country is an integral part of the NYU School of Professional Studies mission. Learn more about degree programs, and continuing education courses and certificates.
New IDBEA Website
NYU SPS is dedicated to ensuring that inclusion, diversity, belonging, equity, and accessibility are a part of all that we do. Visit the NEW IDBEA website to learn more about important policies and ways that you can get involved.
NYU SPS students are excited to share their experiences with new and prospective students. Watch this amazing Student Orientation video they produced and learn about the spirit, energy, passion, and programs that make SPS so unique!
NYU SPS Faculty Share Their Expertise With the Media and Their Students Regarding Coronavirus Pandemic
The coronavirus is disrupting many industries—some with devastating effect. In recent weeks, NYU SPS faculty members have been called upon to serve as media experts, providing commentary on the unfolding global crisis and the toll it is taking on businesses and organizations worldwide. Others have chosen to incorporate the topic into their classroom teaching, enlightening students on the ways the global workforce and marketplace can be disturbed by unforeseen emergencies.