Steinhardt School of Culture Education and Human Development

Screen scoring student Cameron Moody.
A Screen Scoring Major’s Big HBO Break

Cameron, a screen scoring student at NYU Steinhardt, channeled an NYU workshop into a unique opportunity working on an HBO show—while still an undergraduate.

Communicative Sciences and Disorders major Kenzo Kimura presenting behind a podium.
The Communicative Sciences and Disorders Major

At the Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development, students in the Communicative Sciences and Disorders major prepare for a range of rewarding careers while helping others find their voice.

Media, Culture, and Communication major Chloe.
A Media, Culture, and Communication Major Seeks a More Inclusive Worldview

Chloe Xiang examines the gap between women in reality and the narratives of the people history and the media portray and uplift.

A girl playing a cello in front of a parking garage.
Instrumental Performance Hits All the Right Notes

In NYUʼs six instrumental performance programs, burgeoning musicians prepare for success in the 21st-century music industry.

New York City’s Times Square.
BEMT Minor: A Look into the Most Popular Minor at NYU

The BEMT Minor is one of the most popular cross-school minors at NYU, combining coursework from three different schools. Discover what makes it special!

Liv Rocklin playing a ukulele.
Was She Ready for College in New York City?

Aspiring comedian and Educational Theatre major Liv Rocklin was both nervous and excited when she got into NYU. Despite some doubts, she quickly found her groove.

Two hands raised in a classroom.
Policy, Education, and Research: Build a Curriculum to Change the World

In NYU classrooms, students develop an intellectual foundation for changing the world through policy, education, and research.

Students working onstage with DJ equipment
Ready, Set, Summer: Steinhardt’s High School Music Production Programs Strike a Chord

NYU SIMPT (Summer Institute of Music Production Technology) and SEMI (Summer Electronic Music Institute) programs teach aspiring high school musicians to create, record, and perform like pros.

Audiology class
NYU’s GPH/CSD Major Promotes Better Communication and a Healthier World

Future linguists, doctors, educators, and performers all find their place in NYU Steinhardt’s new Global Public Health (GPH)/Communicative Sciences and Disorders (CSD) major, where they learn to make an impact by studying global health issues and speech and voice disorders.

Ready, Set, Summer: A Virtual Art Education for High School Students

This summer, aspiring artists can experience NYU through a pre-college virtual art program. From drawing and photography to art history and theory, you’ll build your knowledge—and your portfolio—100 percent online.