NYU Sydney offers courses in a wide range of disciplines including business, psychology, journalism, media, communications, literature, creative writing, environmental studies, history, anthropology and public health. We also support students on the pre-health track with lectures and labs in organic chemistry, physics and biology. There are numerous opportunities for field work and site visits that help students incorporate the city and its culture into their learning. Class trips regularly give students access to unique experiences across the city’s diverse neighborhoods and institutions.
NYU Sydney offers students an exceptional opportunity to learn first-hand about Indigenous Australian art and culture. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples have sustained the world's longest continuous civilization. Our location in the Southern Hemisphere, within the dynamic Indo-Pacific region, presents unique perspectives that can broaden students' understanding of their respective academic disciplines.
This course will investigate the nature, functions, and responsibilities of the management of organizations. Students will develops an analytical approach to the identification, structuring, analysis, and solution of organizational problems. Student will also be interoduced to organizational policies and structures, functional areas, and production processes (including resource allocation, measurement and evaluation, and control), leadership style, and organizational adaptation and evolution.
This course involves an in-depth examination of the different channels of media distribution necessary to adequately market and promote sports activities. Topics to be covered include: broadcast distribution of sports properties via rights fee as compared to time buy in all forms of traditional and digital media; the value of local and international endorsements; using media distribution for direct marketing or indirect public relations; the impact of new technology on sports media strategy formulation; and legal ramifications of defamation, false light and unfair use of proprietary material.
This course provides students with a broad understanding of the foundations of Cognitive Neuroscience including dominant theories of the neural underpinnings of a variety of cognitive processes and the research that has led to those theories. In doing so, students also learn about the goals of cognitive neuroscience research and the methods that are being employed to reach these goals.
Areas of Study
- Applied Psychology
- Asian/Pacific/American Studies
- Child and Adolescent Mental Health Studies
- College Core Curriculum
- Creative Writing
- Environmental Studies
- Global Public Health
- Internship for Credit
- Media, Culture, and Communication
- Social and Cultural Analysis
Field Trip Gallery
Field Trip Gallery
Take a look at some of the field trips students experience while in Sydney
Environmental Journalism field trip
Rocks Pools in Botany Bay
Indigenous Art field trip
Tour of Gapu Monuk exhibition at the Maritime Museum
Environmental Health field trip
Coal loader sustainability project in WavertonPhoto credit: Daniel Boud
Creative Writing field trip
Art Gallery of NSWPhoto credit: Daniel Boud
Literature and the Environment Field Trip
Barangaroo, NSWPhoto credit: Daniel Boud
Epidemiology Field Trip
Quarantine Station, North Head
Indigenous Art Field Trip
Viewing Aboriginal Rock Art engravings at Kuring-gai Chase National Park
Anthropology of Indigenous Australia Field Trip
Aboriginal Heritage Tour at The Royal Botanic Gardens