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About Division of Applied Undergraduate Studies Admissions

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The NYU School of Professional Studies Division of Applied Undergraduate Studies provides a challenging, yet supportive learning environment for individuals who seek to earn an associates degree or to complete a bachelors degree. No matter where you find yourself in your life, your academic pursuits or your career, our programs of study provide the rich and relevant content and the motivation you need to reach your full potential.

 

When you enroll in the Division of Applied Undergraduate Studies, you become part of a stimulating intellectual community that brings students of all ages and all levels of work experience together to learn from accomplished and dedicated faculty members. You will be encouraged to think critically, to ask questions, and to broaden your horizons by embracing the rich liberal arts core we provide and focusing your expertise in the professional area of your choosing.

Degree programs are offered in traditional classroom settings at convenient times to fit busy personal and professional schedules. Some programs are also offered online for greater flexibility. Both formats provide a wealth of concentrations from which to choose. No matter which path you decide to take, you can rest assured that you will receive a stellar education–one that will serve you a lifetime!

As part of the larger NYU School of Professional Studies and NYU communities, you will have access to a broad range of programs and services that will enhance the outstanding education you receive in the classroom. World-class research facilities, comprehensive academic and career advisement, and internships and study abroad opportunities provide the components of a truly well-rounded education.

The Division also is home the Access program, which offers recently graduated high school student the opportunity to earn college credit and explore career paths prior to committing to a full-time higher education experience.