My first reviews. New York University.

ok. I’m starting review NYU.
First, so to speak technical information taken from the site of university.
Since I’m going to do for Undergrad then I’ll write only about it.

Undergraduate Education.Programs
Undergraduate education at NYU is rooted in a strong liberal arts foundation. The University’s 11 undergraduate programs offer distinct options and paths of study, whether you are pursuing a rigorous and extensive education in liberal arts or a liberal arts education with more distinctive professional training.

– College of Arts and Science

– College of Dentistry

– College of Nursing

Gallatin School of Individualized Study

The Gallatin School of Individualized Study is a community of inquiry bound together not by a set of disciplines or professional skills, but by a mode of being in the world: asking productive questions, engaging in critical thinking, and drawing on age-old traditions as well as cutting-edge ideas to solve problems.

– Global Liberal Studies Program

Leonard N. Stern School of Business

The Leonard N. Stern School of Business is entrusted with developing the leaders who will meet the economic and social challenges of this century; Stern’s vision is to build, educate and inspire a community of socially engaged, intellectually vibrant, global leaders and thinkers.

– Liberal Studies Program

– Paul McGhee Division in the School of Continuing and Professional Studies

– Preston Robert Tisch Center for Hospitality, Tourism, and Sports Management

Silver School of Social Work

The Silver School of Social Work educates future leaders with the analytic and human relations skills necessary to create positive change in the domains of education, healthcare, human rights, policy, law, human services, and other fields. Through direct engagement with the most pressing social problems in today’s complex urban environments, social work combines service, research, and scholarship to advance the cause of social justice and promote the ideals of a humane society.

– Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development

– Tisch School of the Arts


*bold are the most interesting for me to program


~ by headintheflowers on August 13, 2010.

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