About Us

The NYU School of Professional Studies offers a unique brand of industry focused education that prepares students to become leaders of industry. We strive to look ahead, empowering individuals to pursue their dreams and exceed their expectations.

Message from the Dean

NYU School of Professional Studies Dean Angie Kamath, shares her thoughts on the Fall 2021 semester, and the return to in-person teaching, learning, and working.

NYUSPS Leadership

The NYUSPS leadership team is dedicated to ensuring that students who seek to pursue a professional path in industry are afforded a stellar education. Their breadth and depth of experience provides the diverse perspective required to meet the needs of an ever-evolving, globalized workforce.

SPS Fast Facts and Figures

Gain a deeper understanding of who we are and what we do through a list of enlightening fast facts that focus on our faculty; student demographics and outcomes; expansive academic portfolio; scholarships and financial aid; global alumni network; and industry connections, initiatives, and events.

History

Established in 1934, the NYU School of Professional Studies has fostered a rich tradition of serving the City and the world, by educating and enlightening students who are just beginning on their career path, as well as those who are seasoned veterans.

Dean's Briefs Archive

The Dean’s Brief is a monthly publication that provides a snapshot of what is happening across the institution and around the University. It features short stories on faculty members, students, staff members, and alumni, in addition to highlighting past and upcoming events.

Dean's Advisory Board

The Dean's Advisory Board is composed of leaders and alumni from across the industries that the NYU School of Professional Studies serves. The Board provides guidance and helps to forge new connections that benefit the School and its students.

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 IDBEA website to learn more about important policies and ways that you can get involved.