New York University School of Professional Studies
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New York University School of Professional Studies is one of the schools and colleges that comprise New York University (NYU), one of the largest private research universities in the United States and the first global network University.
Founded in 1934, the school offers undergraduate, graduate and graduate certificate programs in 18 academic fields. For the 2014-2015 academic year, there were a total of 4,205 enrolled undergraduate and graduate students, many of which are international students. The school's main campus is located at 7 East 12th Street.
NYU and in particular its School of Professional Studies (NYU-SPS) has fostered a rich tradition of serving the City and the world, by providing educational experiences that prepare students who are just beginning on their career path, as well as those who are seasoned veterans. Through undergraduate, graduate, and noncredit offerings that span a plethora of industry-related disciplines, the School has shaped the very landscape of professionally oriented education. In the classroom, in the field, and online, its programs have inspired the next generation of leaders, to innovate, communicate, and succeed in a constantly changing world that offers limitless opportunity.
The school launches as the Division Of General Education (DGE). With nearly 25% of the U.S workforce unemployed, DGE offers training programs for social workers and establishes the Reading Clinic to improve the literacy skills of adult job seekers. Career-focused programs and centres are introduced including the first real estate appraisal course, the centre for Graphic Design, and the radio workshop.
DGE opens a war training centre in response to the nation's urgent need for skilled technical workers. To elucidate wartime changes in the TAX code, DGE holds the first NYU institute on Federal Taxation, which has since become an annual event. With the end of World War II, the Gl Bill enables returning veterans to attend college and enrolment soars.
The NYU School of Professional Studies offers 17 graduate degree programs and 12 graduate certificates that provide grounding in high-growth disciplines encompassing diverse career paths. Through the Paul McGhee Division, students who cannot attend school full time, transfer students, as well as older students who wish to return to school, can complete their undergraduate degree in a supportive learning environment.
NYU-SPS classes are held at four convenient locations listed below. The location at 7 East 12th Street also houses the Office of Admissions, as well as the Office of Noncredit Student Services in addition to the School's administrative offices.
- The Fairchild Building at 7 East 12th Street
- The Washington Square campus in Greenwich Village
- The NYU Midtown Center at 11 West 42nd Street
- The Woolworth Building at 15 Barclay Street in downtown Manhattan
With more than 2,300 on-site and online courses, certificates, and intensives, NYU-SPS is also one of the world's leading providers of noncredit continuing education.
The NYU School of Professional Studies offers undergraduate degree programs, graduate degree programs and certificates, and career advancement courses and diploma programs in a wide range of professionally oriented areas of study. All programs are designed to meet the academic and the professional needs of students throughout their lives and their careers.
Academic departments offer programs that provide a theoretical and practical education–one that is enhanced by rigorous curricula. Classroom learning is translated into real-world contexts by a cadre of outstanding faculty members who are leading practitioners in their fields.
- American Language Institute
- Applied Politics
- Career and Life Planning
- Center for Advanced Digital Applications (CADA)
- Center for Global Affairs
- Center for Publishing
- Finance, Law, and Taxation
- Foreign Languages, Translation, and Interpreting
- George H. Heyman, Jr., Center for Philanthropy and Fundraising
- Graphic Communications Management and Technology
- Health and Care Programs
- High School Academy
- Humanities, Arts, and Writing
- Leadership and Human Capital Management
- Management and Information Technology
- Marketing and Public Relations
- NYUSPS Initiative for Creativity and Innovation in Cities
- Paul McGhee Division
- Professional Advantage Program
- SPS Non-Credit Diplomas
- Schack Institute of Real Estate
- Tisch Center for Hospitality and Tourism
- Tisch Institute for Sports Management, Media, and Business
Graduate Degree Programs
- M.A. in Graphic Communications Management and Technology
- M.S. in Construction Management
- M.S. in Fundraising and Grantmaking
- M.S. in Global Affairs
- M.S. in Hospitality Industry Studies
- M.S. in Human Resource Management and Development
- M.S. in Integrated Marketing
- M.S. in Management and Systems
- M.S. in Professional Writing
- M.S. in Project Management
- M.S. in Public Relations and Corporate Communication
- M.S. in Publishing: Digital and Print Media
- M.S. in Real Estate
- M.S. in Real Estate Development
- M.S. in Sports Business
- M.S. in Tourism Management
- M.S. in Translation
- G.C. in Benefits and Compensation
- G.C. in Construction Management
- G.C. in Core Business Competencies
- G.C. in Enterprise Risk Management
- G.C. in Global Energy
- G.C. in Hospitality Industry Studies
- G.C. in Human Resource Management
- G.C. in Information Technologies
- G.C. in Organizational and Executive Coaching
- G.C. in Peacebuilding
- G.C. in Real Estate
- G.C. in Sports Business
- G.C. in Strategy and Leadership
- G.C. in Tourism Management
- G.C. in Transnational Security
- B.A. in Applied General Studies
- B.A. in Humanities
- B.A. in Social Sciences
- B.S. in Digital Communications and Media
- B.S. in Healthcare Management
- B.S. in Information Systems Management
- B.S. in Leadership and Management Studies
- B.S. in Marketing Analytics
- B.S. in Real Estate