|NYU Steinhardt eNews: March 2004
Although the deadline for applications has passed, the Office of Graduate Admissions continues to accept completed applications for some programs on a space-available basis. Be sure and check out the News section of our Web site for a current listing of programs that are closed for Fall 2004.
Picture Yourself in Graduate School this Fall?
Made a resolution to start working toward your master's degree? Steinhardt's intensive graduate study program offers an array of weekend courses --and entire degree programs-- in convenient, accelerated formats for working professionals and students on the move. Most classes meet for two to eight sessions, and both half- and full-day courses are available. Some Spring semester courses begin in March and April. Summer courses begin in May, June, and July. Check our Web site for detailed course and degree program information.
Jump-start Your Graduate Study with an Intensive Weekend Course
This summer Steinhardt offers over 15 graduate study abroad offerings that allow you to earn from 6 to 12 credits toward your degree at NYU or another university. Take this opportunity to study with prominent scholars and artists; meet arts administrators and political leaders; attend performances; visit museums and historical sites; and pursue individual research. Join us for an unparalleled opportunity to combine professional development with personal enrichment. Act quickly--applications for some programs are due March 15.
Discover the World While Pursuing Your Master's Degree
Don't miss the opportunity to make your education dreams a reality by missing a deadline. Mark these dates on your calendar. (Remember, early applications are encouraged as space is limited in all programs.)
Mark Your Calendar -- Important Deadlines Approaching
- March 15th -- Application deadline for summer study abroad programs offered during Summer Session I (May 17 - June 25, 2004)
- April 1 -- Application deadline for summer study abroad programs offered during Summer Session II (June 28 - August 6, 2004)