College of Arts and Science

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Blazing Her Own Trail at the College of Arts and Science

B. Eni Owoeye majored in International Relations and Environmental Studies while building a strong interfaith community at NYU.

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How to Be a Dreamer and a Doer: Business Studies for Every Major

Adding business studies to your curriculum (whether or not Business is your major) can propel academic pursuits into fulfilling careers.

Studying Global Public Health Amidst a Global Pandemic

A student reflects on her experience over the last few semesters majoring in Global Public Health during the global COVID-19 pandemic.

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The CAS College Cohort Program: Giving Students the Tools to Succeed

No need to be overwhelmed by college life. With the College Cohort Program, CAS students build a community, receive support, and meet their personal and academic goals.

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5 Things You Didnʼt Know About Being an NYU English Major

What can you do with a BA in English? At NYU, the answer is quite a lot.

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The Premed Track: NYU Edition

NYU offers preprofessional tracks to equip students with the guidance and coursework needed to accomplish their professional goals.

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Believe That You Belong: A First-Generation Transfer Student’s Journey

NYU was Deigo's dream school and when he transferred here, he hit the ground running. Now, he is double majoring in Chemistry and Gender and Sexuality Studies, conducting research in a lab, and getting involved in community outreach.

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How to Choose an Economics Major at NYU

Find out which program may be right for you.

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Faculty Research Lets CAS Senior Trisha Gupta Do It All

Through research experience with NYU faculty members, Trisha’s charted an academic course that bridges prehealth, English, chemistry, and medieval studies.