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Overview: MA Programs in Early Childhood Education
NYU Steinhardt Clinical Associate Professor of Special Education Barbara Schwartz discusses Early Childhood & Early Childhood Special Education grad programs features, including: student diversity, mentored fieldwork opportunities, and career paths.
Overview: NYU Steinhardt MPH Program in Community Public Health
NYU Steinhardt Professor Sally Guttmacher discusses Community Public Health MPH program highlights, including: full accreditation, concentration areas, applied & study abroad learning options, internships, FT v PT study, and admissions requirements.
Early Childhood Education Programs
NYU Steinhardt Professor Maris Krasnow talks about the Early Childhood Education & Special Education undergrad dual certification program highlights, including: teaching through play, curriculum, scheduling, theoretical & practical foundations.
Literacy Education at NYU Steinhardt
Assistant Professor of Literacy Education Kay Stahl discusses the unique features of the elementary and secondary tracks in the Master's Literacy Education Program at Steinhardt.
Overview of the Master's Programs in the Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions
Professor Lawrence Ferrara discusses the Master's programs
in the Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions
MA Programs in Childhood Education
NYU Steinhardt Professors Susan Kirch & Joe Rafter discuss Childhood Education MA programs highlights, including: focus on urban school advocacy, supervised student teaching experiences, what we expect of our students, curriculum, & career paths.
Overview of NYU Steinhardt's B.S. Program in Childhood Education
Suzanne C. Carothers, professor of childhood education, speaks about the highlights of NYU Steinhardt's B.S. program in Childhood Education/Childhood Special Education, including the program's structure, urban environment, and career opportunities.
Applied Psychology Q&A - NYU Steinhardt Information Session
Associate Prof. Jacqueline Mattis answers questions about applied psychology doctoral study including dept history, admissions requirements, research approach, clinical aspects, student groups, & local community work.
An Overview of Doctoral Study in Applied Psychology with Jacqueline Mattis
Associate Professor Jacqueline Mattis talks about doctoral study in applied psychology.
* Intensive mentorship
* Focus on culture and context
* Integrative, theoretical work
* Applying knowledge to transform lives
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