School of Professional Studies

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NYU Summer Programs: Why Wait for College?

The NYU summer programs cover every area of interest.

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Why Is Hospitality Worth Studying?

An NYU Jonathan M. Tisch Center of Hospitality student shares why it is worth studying hospitality.

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Meet the NYU School of Professional Studies

At the NYU School of Professional Studies, students leverage their academic experiences into professional successes.

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Hotel and Tourism Management at NYU

Students studying Hotel and Tourism Management in the School of Professional Studies are developing into future leaders in the heart of one of the most visited cities in the world.

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Real World Courses at SPS

Through SPS Real World courses, students think creatively, ask important questions, and learn on the fly.

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Sport Broadcasting at NYU: Get the Play-by-Play

Students in NYU’s Sport Broadcasting course take advantage of New York City’s position as the premier media market and learn how to tell a story and think like a producer.

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The Undergraduate Real Estate Program at NYU

Real Estate majors learn from experts and leverage the network and built environments of New York City to take an in-depth look at the industry.

NYU SPS student Joe Pagliazzo standing outside a hotel.
From NYU SPS, Be Joe’s Guest

Hotel and tourism management student Joe Pagliazzo confirms his passion for hospitality through impactful real-world experiences.

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NYU Sports Management: Take the Business of Sport to the Next Level

NYU sports management students become industry leaders—in one of the world’s leading sports cities

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A Transfer Student Levels Up Her Marketing Education

Learn how the Community College Transfer Opportunity Program, or CCTOP, supported Jessica’s transition from community college to NYU.