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Undergraduate Programs

Whether you are considering returning to school to obtain a degree, are venturing into higher education for the first time, or are transferring from a community college or a four-year institution of higher learning, the NYU School of Professional Studies Paul McGhee Division offers a wide selection of bachelor's and associate's degree programs to suit your needs.

McGhee programs provide an undergraduate education that will serve you a lifetime. They prepare you for careers in emerging industries, provide a strong background in the liberal arts and sciences, and offer a solid foundation for admission to graduate school.

The NYU School of Professional Studies Schack Institute of Real Estate is uniquely positioned as one of the top academically based real estate programs in the country and students enrolled in its programs benefit tremendously from its location in New York City, the capital of real estate investing.

The Schack Institute of Real Estate offers an undergraduate degree that is specifically designed to meet the needs of traditional students who want to study full time, during the day. The program combines a rigorous liberal arts education, taught by noted experts in the field, with comprehensive exposure to many facets of the real estate industry.

Located in the heart of New York City—the epicenter of the hospitality, tourism, and sports business—the NYU School of Professional Studies Preston Robert Tisch Center for Hospitality, Tourism, and Sports Management prepares you to learn and to thrive in a dynamic and competitive global environment—one that both embraces and embodies the consumer experience.

As an undergraduate student, you will gain the knowledge and the skill sets to work in these industries, or to pursue a graduate education. Tisch Center undergraduate degrees providing grounding in theory and in practice, ensuring that your education meets and exceeds industry standards.