Steinhardt School of Culture Education and Human Development

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World Language Education at NYU Steinhardt

This unique degree prepares students to teach Chinese, French, Italian, Japanese, or Spanish and includes initial New York State teaching certification.

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NYU’s Food Photography Course Is a Feast for the Eyes

Whether you want to improve your Instagram feed or pursue a career in food media, the class offers a soup to nuts lesson in food photography.

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How I Jump-Started My Entertainment Career at NYU

Here’s a summary of how I used my Media, Culture, and Communication major and Producing minor to embark on my entertainment career.

Portrait of Steinhardt student Kenzo Kimura.
At Steinhardt Kenzo Broadened His Horizons

At the NYU Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development, Kenzo Kimura studies the intersection of STEM and human interaction by majoring in Communicative Sciences and Disorders on a prehealth track.

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Live in Nashville: It’s Production and A&R in the Music Industry!

The January Term course Nashville: Production and A&R in the Music Industry provides three weeks of hands-on studio experience recording, producing, and editing songs.

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.

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Instrumental Performance Hits All the Right Notes

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

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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!