From pursuing degrees and certificates for career advancement to meeting a profession’s continuing education requirements to attending liberal arts courses to fulfill one’s love of knowledge, learning is a life-long endeavor.
Continuing education at NYU links directly to the principles of NYU’s founding, with its emphasis on providing a "rational and practical education fitting for all and graciously open to all."
Today, continuing education encompasses a wide span of programs across NYU’s schools, but it is most fully realized in NYU’s School of Continuing and Professional Studies (NYU-SCPS), a global leader in university-based continuing higher education. NYU-SCPS draws upon strong connections to New York City’s key industries and cultural sectors to support students in attaining their professional goals and personal educational aspirations.
In addition to the highly regarded degree programs offered by its academic departments, NYU-SCPS offers to the general public multiple educational pathways to professional, intellectual, and creative development through its continuing education programs.
In the Stern Executive MBA program you earn the same MBA degree as the Stern Full-time and Part-time students. However, the curriculum delivery and MBA experience in the Stern Executive MBA program is designed specifically for seasoned executives.
Stern's Global Degree Programs, the TRIUM Global Executive MBA, the Executive MS in Global Finance, and the Executive MS in Risk Management - are global degrees for the global manager, designed for seasoned executives.
The Department of Teaching and Learning offers ten 12-14 month full-time master's degree programs in teacher education to accelerate preparation as a certified teacher. Specially designed for recent college graduates and career changers, Steinhardt offers top-ranked master's degree programs leading to initial teacher certification in an accelerated format that allows students to complete their degree in three consecutive semesters, including summers, of full-time study.
Every academic year, the NYU School of Law hosts continuing legal education academic panels and lectures.
The New York University Post-Graduate Medical School offers courses in almost all branches of medicine. NYU’s twenty-nine academic departments serve as the internal source of expertise for the identification of professional practice gaps.
The Silver School of Social Work, through the Division of Lifelong Learning and Professional Development, serves as a major postgraduate training center where hundreds of area social workers and allied professionals deepen their professional knowledge and skills each year.
Based on the philosophy that lifelong learning is essential for continued professional competence, the Center for Continuing Education in Nursing (CCEN) is committed to providing distinctive and quality conferences, workshops and seminars.
The participants in NYUCD's continuing education programs are successful before they arrive, but they know that NYUCD's CE program will give them the tools to go farther and perform even better.
NYU's Polytechnic School of Engineering certificate programs are designed for people who want to enhance their current knowledge base or develop an in-depth understanding of a practice or industry they want to transition into.