NYU’s academic advising programs aspire to help students find their purpose, achieve their potential, and become active and engaged global citizens.
Advisement is a continuing conversation between you and an advisor. Your advisor will help you select courses, set your academic plans and career goals, and tap into NYU's student resources.
NYU offers many concentrations for study. Your advisor can help you understand your options and make informed choices when making your academic plan.
Rules for majors, double major/minor and other special programs vary by school and field of study. Not all schools offer cross-school minors, majors, and combined degrees. The decision to add a second major or minor may involve the need for prerequisite coursework, registration for additional terms of study, or other factors that should be considered carefully.
NYU's Academic Planner tool can help you get a picture of how to fit in all of your requirements for certain majors, minors, and tracks.
Note: Since the Liberal Studies Program is for freshmen and sophomores only, majors and minors are not offered. LS students generally transition to one of the other undergraduate divisions at NYU and declare a major and/or minor at that time in the school from which they will be receiving their bachelor's degree.