NYU Steinhardt’s Department of the Applied Statistics, Social Science, and Humanities is primarily devoted to the discipline-based study of education and other institutions, processes, and policies. The bulk of our faculty – including economists, historians, philosophers, political scientists, and sociologists – investigate urgent social trends and questions in the United States and throughout the world.
Learn advanced quantitative research techniques and apply them to critical policy issues across social, behavioral, and health sciences.
Prepare to work in a leadership role in Jewish educational settings, such as schools, community organizations, foundations, and universities.
Rooted in economics and sociology, this program has a strong emphasis on using quantitative methods to ascertain causal effects of programs and policies.
Explore and understand the broader context of education and its link to social change, and the role you can play in making change possible.
This program examines the links between the history of education, philosophy of education, and current issues of research and policy.
The program develops education experts who understand the implications of their responsibilities and can utilize knowledge across international boundaries.
In this program you will learn to analyze educational problems and issues, such as educational equity, using a sociological lens.
This undergraduate minor gives you the tools to better understand the world, analyze global conflicts and contribute to global peace efforts.
This interdisciplinary undergraduate minor gives students a deeper understanding of critical social, cultural, economic, political, legal, and policy issues in education.
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The NYU Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development has been ranked among the top ten best graduate schools of education in the nation.
To achieve her goal of building and sustaining a link between her homeland and the diaspora, Sanan worked as a Diaspora Outreach Coordinator for the Admissions Department of the American University of Armenia (AUA) this summer.
A new study titled, “A large-scale analysis of racial disparities in police stops across the United States,” found that in a dataset of nearly 100 million traffic stops across the United States, black drivers were about 20 percent more likely to be stopped than white drivers relative to their share of the residential population.
Through research centers our faculty members are able to conduct multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary studies in order to address important societal issues like childhood obesity, educational inequality, school funding, the link between obesity and cancer, education in developing countries, and healthcare utilization in disadvantaged populations.
Department of Applied Statistics, Social Science, and Humanities
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