Taken in January or during your spring break, these intensive, graduate-level study abroad courses count toward your Spring course load and tuition — any financial aid you receive for the Spring semester will apply. Courses are open to graduate students at all NYU schools and most are open to senior-level undergraduates with permission of the instructor. Students at other universities may also receive credit where applicable, and professionals are welcome to apply.
January 2020 Programs
Examine the complexities of nutrition and food systems in Cuba.
This January, gain a deeper understanding of the meaning of culture and its relationship to language.
Explore India's higher education system as a case study.
Join your classmates in Tel Aviv for two weeks this January. Students will experience the varied cultural aspects of service delivery in an Israeli context.
Explore broad questions about theatre and its practice in aesthetic and applied settings.
Surveillance, looking from above, is the right to inspect exercised by the society of control that cross-cuts CCTV cameras, biometrics, drone planes, border checkpoints, Amazon-Facebook algorithms, architectural design and the fashioning of historical memory and forgetfulness.
This experience is a travel extension of the Clinical Observation II and IV course. The purpose is to analyze the clinical performance of experienced practitioners in a non-U.S.
Learning how to teach, create, and perform dance and to build community – through the lens of another culture.
Learn to make music business expansion plans for all sizes and types of music companies in a global context by applying market-trend data, sensitivity to local cultures, and knowledge of a wide range of music.
Spring Break 2020 Programs
This course is designed to provide graduate students in the helping and allied professions with an introduction to multicultural and cross-cultural counseling.
Using Accra, Ghana as a case study, this course is designed to improve students' effectiveness as clinicians to work with diverse clients.
Creative and Cultural Industries have grown rapidly over the past 15 years attracting the attention of non-profit arts leaders, government officials, and cultural entrepreneurs.
There is little dispute that federal policy enabled the development of a food system that produces inexpensive food and created a host of external costs.