- Bachelors Degrees ›
- BA in Applied General Studies
- BA in Humanities
- BA in Social Sciences
- BS in Applied Data Analytics and Visualization (STEM)
- BS in Digital Communications and Media (STEM)
- BS in Healthcare Management
- BS in Information Systems Management (STEM)
- BS in Leadership and Management Studies
- BS in Marketing Analytics
- BS in Real Estate
- Core Curriculum
Students who have earned 40-60 credits in an NYUSPS Division of Applied Undergraduate Studies program, or who have earned 40-60 credits that they have transferred from another school, must have been enrolled in an NYUSPS Division of Applied Undergraduate Studies program for at least one year and must submit a proposed plan of study that meets the requisites of the major in Applied General Studies. This plan of study is developed in consultation with both the student’s adviser and faculty mentor, and must demonstrate a capacity to integrate academic learning across disciplinary boundaries, a level of student maturity that speaks to independent thought, well-developed organizational skills, and a strong motivation to succeed in reaching the stated goals. The proposal should include an initial list of courses to be taken and a statement that describes and explains the connections among the courses that comprise the intended program of study.
16 Credits. Students select 16 credits of foundation course work in consultation with their adviser and faculty mentor.
60 Credits. Students select 60 credits of interdisciplinary course work in consultation with their adviser and faculty mentor. A minimum of 16 credits and a maximum of 32 credits must be chosen from the NYUSPS Division of Applied Undergraduate Studies Bachelor of Science and/or from an undergraduate degree within the School of Professional Studies.
16 Credits. Students select 16 elective credits in consultation with their adviser and faculty mentor.
Students select one option in consultation with their adviser and faculty mentor.