Academic Experience

At the NYU School of Professional Studies, we see learning as a hands-on experience. In order to better understand the industry in which you are interested, we ensure that our teaching goes beyond the classroom, out into the City and the workplace. No matter which course of study you choose, you will benefit from “real-life,” “real-work” exposure, that prepares you in ways that more traditional learning experiences simply cannot provide.

Real Estate NYC students take a tour of the High Line.
Real Estate NYC students take a tour of the High Line. One of the most innovative and ambitious real estate development projects in the world, it is a shining example of the ways in which cities can repurpose old structures and facilities, turning them into amazing public space.
This program gives a whole new meaning to real-world learning. I got to see the content being taught in the classroom applied in an actual work environment.
Metropolitan Museum of Art
The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Students in the Art History course pose outside The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Here they spent the day viewing and analyzing some of the world's most celebrated works of art.

Real Estate Trade Center
World Trade Center

Real Estate NYC students observe a scale model of the World Trade Center complex and learn about the planning and finances involved in bringing this critical project to fruition.

Museum of American Finance
Museum of American Finance

Finance NYC students pause at a display in the Museum of American Finance, where they learned about American financial history and the spirit of entrepreneurship and free trade that has made NYC the financial capital of the world.

Course Spotlight

Real Estate NYC: From Design to Development

Immerse yourself in all aspects of the real estate development process.