Associate Degrees

Designed for students with fewer than 24 college credits, associate degrees provide a learning experience that gives you the academic and professional advantage.

Earn Your Associate Degree in a Supportive Learning Environment

Our associate degrees are designed for individuals who could not take advantage of the opportunity to pursue a degree after high school, or who stopped out of college because of other responsibilities or financial obligations. The cost of tuition is surprisingly affordable—comparable to your local community college. Flexible day, evening, and online classes are available for those who are balancing the demands of life and work. A broad array of services—tutoring, academic advising, career counseling—are at your disposal. These programs are designed for students who have earned LESS THAN 24 transferable college credits. If you have earned more than 24 transferable college credits consider one of our bachelor's degrees.

Build quantitative and reasoning skills, while exploring global economies and business practices.
Develop critical writing and analytical thinking skills, while developing interests and intellect.
Prepare for roles in managing healthcare systems effectively and efficiently.
Prepare to design, operate, and evaluate diverse technologies to meet organizational needs.

Frequently Asked Questions

Once I receive my Associate how can I transfer into a Bachelor's program?

Can I transfer into a Bachelor's program while in the Associate program?

Does NYU SPS offer scholarships for Associate's degree candidates? If so, how can I apply?

How much does the Associate degree program cost?

Can I still apply for financial aid as an Associate candidate?

What Associate programs are available?

Can I transfer directly into a Bachelor’s degree when I’ve completed the Associate degree?

Are any Associate degree programs offered online?

Is the Associate degree program flexible so that I can maintain employment?

Will I be able to transfer college level courses and apply them to the Associate program?

How can I speak with a current Associate degree candidate or visit the school?