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Preparing You for the Future of Work

The world of work is changing at an unprecedented pace. Are you ready for the opportunities ahead?

The NYU School of Professional Studies is a leader and innovator in education that is intrinsically tied to workforce and career development in NYC, across the nation, and around the world. No matter what phase of your life or career, you’ll find that our unique brand of education will empower you to reach your goals now and in the future.

NYU SPS DAUS Hosts Virtual Instant Decision Days for Prospective Undergraduate Students this Fall

Throughout this fall, the NYU SPS Division of Applied Undergraduate Studies (DAUS) will host virtual Instant Decision Days to help prospective students learn about the School and take the next step in their academic and professional journey. Transfer students, adult learners, and members of the US armed forces who are applying to our Associate or Bachelor's degree programs are welcome to participate. Prospective students will have the opportunity to meet with Admissions Officers and connect with an academic advisor who will review their transcripts for transfer credits. Please register below. All sessions are via zoom.

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Bachelor's Degrees

Traditional undergraduate programs that provide the knowledge and skills to launch your career.

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Degree Completion

Programs for adult learners, transfer students, and members of the military community who wish to complete their degree.

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Master's Degrees

Industry focused degree programs that build your knowledge, network, and global perspective.

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Continuing Education

Professionally oriented courses and certificates that prepare you for career change or advancement.


NYU SPS Launches New Metaverse Collaboration

The Metaverse is emerging as the next critical facet of social connection. It will change the way we live, work, communicate, and do business. From Virtual Reality to Augmented Reality, it will empower individuals, companies, and organizations with the tools to provide the immersive experiences that our changing world requires and demands. As a leader and innovator in higher education across industries, NYU SPS has launched the Metaverse Collaboration, which will provide the research, teaching, learning, and industry consulting for all that lies ahead—a world with limitless opportunities.

Learn More About This Innovative Initiative and the NYU SPS Commitment to its Integration in ALL THAT WE DO.


A Welcome Message from Dean Kamath

Welcome incoming and returning students! We're excited to have you launch the next chapter of your personal and professional life at NYU SPS.

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NYU SPS Dean Angie Kamath is One of Three Members of the NYU Community Chosen to Serve on the "New" New York Blue-Ribbon Panel

Recently, NYU SPS Dean Angie Kamath was named to serve on the "New" New York Blue-Ribbon Panel along with two other prominent members of the NYU Community—NYU Wagner Professor of Urban Policy and Planning Mitchell L. Moss and Wagner Public Service Fellow and Tandon School of Engineering Visiting Professor Richard R. Buery, Jr. (panel co-chair). They will serve as part of 54 leaders and two co-chairs, appointed by Governor Kathy Hochul and New York City Mayor Eric Adams, from across New York City's business, labor, academic, nonprofit, and philanthropic sectors, who will examine the future of New York City and the region's economy.

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Photo Credit: Zhuqin Chen / Getty Images

HCAT Grads Experience 
Policy-Making First-Hand Through Internships at US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission


Two recent graduates of the MS in Human Capital Analytics and Technology (HCAT) program within the NYU SPS Division of Programs in Business (DPB) had the invaluable opportunity last semester to intern at the US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). As part of their internships, Nick Truxal and Jessica Blodgett, who both graduated from the HCAT program in May, collaborated directly with EEOC Commissioner Keith Sonderling on high-level policy issues focusing on technology and the future of the workplace. 

NYU SPS Convocation Photo and Video Galleries

This year’s Convocation ceremonies were spectacular! It was wonderful to gather in person & celebrate the accomplishments of our graduates. For those who wish to relive the moment, as well as those who could not attend, photos & videos are available.

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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.

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. 

30,000+
NUMBER OF PROFESSIONALS ATTENDING ON-SITE & REMOTE NYUSPS INDUSTRY EVENTS Annually
39,000+
NUMBER OF ALUMNI WHO COMPRISE THE NYU SPS GLOBAL NETWORK
93.3%
PERCENTAGE OF GRADUATE STUDENTS EMPLOYED POST GRADUATION
94.0%
Percentage of undergrad students employed or in school post graduation
January 24, 2023
DAUS Student Spotlight: BS in Leadership & Management Studies’ Katherine Likourezos
January 24, 2023
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January 24, 2023
Metaverse Highlights: Week of January 24, 2023
January 23, 2023
Episode #3 – "How Blockchains Can Provide a Better Experience"
January 20, 2023
The 2022 NYU SPS / PRWeek Attitudinal Survey of PR Professionals
January 20, 2023
New NYU SPS/PRWeek Report Reveals Today’s PR Professionals Have More “Progressive” Attitudes Than The General US Population
January 24, 2023
DAUS Student Spotlight: BS in Leadership & Management Studies’ Katherine Likourezos
January 11, 2023
Terminology: The Border Wall, Entitlements, Abortion
December 22, 2022
Translation and Localization Project Management
December 20, 2022
Beyond Translation - Beyond Technology: What's So Cool about Software Localization & Why Should I Learn about It?
December 6, 2022
DPB Student Spotlight: MS in Management and Systems’ Mehar Gudh
December 6, 2022
DAUS Student Spotlight: Charmaine Williams
January 11, 2023
Terminology: The Border Wall, Entitlements, Abortion
December 22, 2022
Translation and Localization Project Management
December 20, 2022
Beyond Translation - Beyond Technology: What's So Cool about Software Localization & Why Should I Learn about It?
November 16, 2022
NYU SPS Division of Programs in Business Annual Institute on State and Local Taxation Returns In-Person December 12-13
July 29, 2022
NYU SPS Club OWLS Wins Community Engagement Prize!
May 4, 2022
Tisch Center Hosts Krishna Pujari, Founder of Reality Tours & Travel and Reality Gives
January 11, 2023
Terminology: The Border Wall, Entitlements, Abortion
December 22, 2022
Translation and Localization Project Management
December 20, 2022
Beyond Translation - Beyond Technology: What's So Cool about Software Localization & Why Should I Learn about It?
December 7, 2022
CGA Professor Anne Marie Goetz is Appointed by Mayor Eric Adams to the NYC Commission on Gender Equity
December 6, 2022
NYU Faculty Speak From Across the Globe at the TEDXNYUShanghai Salon about the Importance of Human Connectivity – We All Need it
November 22, 2022
DAUS Faculty Spotlight: Clinical Professor of Media Studies Chyng-Feng Sun
January 24, 2023
DAUS Student Spotlight: BS in Leadership & Management Studies’ Katherine Likourezos
January 24, 2023
Cincinnati: Building Community Awareness and Public-Private Relationships to Drive Momentum, Change, and a Digital Future
January 24, 2023
Metaverse Highlights: Week of January 24, 2023
January 23, 2023
Episode #3 – "How Blockchains Can Provide a Better Experience"
January 20, 2023
The 2022 NYU SPS / PRWeek Attitudinal Survey of PR Professionals
January 20, 2023
New NYU SPS/PRWeek Report Reveals Today’s PR Professionals Have More “Progressive” Attitudes Than The General US Population
January 24, 2023
DAUS Student Spotlight: BS in Leadership & Management Studies’ Katherine Likourezos
January 11, 2023
Terminology: The Border Wall, Entitlements, Abortion
December 22, 2022
Translation and Localization Project Management
December 20, 2022
Beyond Translation - Beyond Technology: What's So Cool about Software Localization & Why Should I Learn about It?
December 6, 2022
DPB Student Spotlight: MS in Management and Systems’ Mehar Gudh
December 6, 2022
DAUS Student Spotlight: Charmaine Williams
January 11, 2023
Terminology: The Border Wall, Entitlements, Abortion
December 22, 2022
Translation and Localization Project Management
December 20, 2022
Beyond Translation - Beyond Technology: What's So Cool about Software Localization & Why Should I Learn about It?
November 16, 2022
NYU SPS Division of Programs in Business Annual Institute on State and Local Taxation Returns In-Person December 12-13
July 29, 2022
NYU SPS Club OWLS Wins Community Engagement Prize!
May 4, 2022
Tisch Center Hosts Krishna Pujari, Founder of Reality Tours & Travel and Reality Gives
January 11, 2023
Terminology: The Border Wall, Entitlements, Abortion
December 22, 2022
Translation and Localization Project Management
December 20, 2022
Beyond Translation - Beyond Technology: What's So Cool about Software Localization & Why Should I Learn about It?
December 7, 2022
CGA Professor Anne Marie Goetz is Appointed by Mayor Eric Adams to the NYC Commission on Gender Equity
December 6, 2022
NYU Faculty Speak From Across the Globe at the TEDXNYUShanghai Salon about the Importance of Human Connectivity – We All Need it
November 22, 2022
DAUS Faculty Spotlight: Clinical Professor of Media Studies Chyng-Feng Sun

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