NYU has many options for students who are not traditional college applicants. Whether you have been working for several years and are just now thinking about applying for your undergraduate degree, or seeking to enhance your resume with a targeted set of courses, NYU has options for you.
- The School of Continuing and Professional Studies (SCPS) offers non-credit courses and bachelor degree programs that are geared towards non-traditional college applicants. SCPS is also just one of NYU's schools that offers graduate degree programs.
- Only two schools/colleges at NYU allow students to complete a second bachelor's degree program. You may apply to the second bachelor's degree program in the College of Nursing by clicking here. You may apply to the second bachelor's degree program in the Polytechnic School of Engineering by completing the Common Application.
- The Postbaccalaureate Prehealth Studies Program allows students who earned a bachelor's degree in a field without a pre-medical or pre-health focus to complete the credits required for admission to U.S. medical schools.
- The Dental Hygiene Programs through the NYU College of Dentistry allows students to earn an associate's degree or one of three bachelor's degree options: a didactic program, a four-year track, and a degree completion program for those who have already completed an approved dental hygiene program and wish to earn a bachelor's degree.
Of the options above, it is important to note that the Office of Undergraduate Admissions manages only the admissions process for the second bachelor's degree programs for the College of Nursing and the Polytechnic School of Engineering. For the other programs, please contact the appropriate departments directly.