Master's Programs

NYU Shanghai offers seven master's programs in collaboration with other schools of NYU. The programs award NYU degrees.

 

OGAE Master Program

For certain programs, students will apply to the NYU partner school while for others, students will apply to the Graduate Admissions Office at NYU Shanghai. Each program has specific admission requirements and procedures so you should read carefully the information that pertains to each program. We invite you to learn more below.

Data Analytics & Business Computing
Joint NYU Master of Science in Data Analytics & Business Computing with Stern School of Business

NYU Shanghai’s Master of Science in Data Analytics & Business Computing is one of four specialized global master's programs jointly offered with the NYU Stern School of Business. 

 

These programs are 1-year, full-time courses of study which begin with a Summer term at NYU Stern in New York City, followed by Fall and Spring semesters at NYU Shanghai. The programs offer a China and Asia focus, and are designed for pre-experience students or recent college graduates. Upon graduation, students receive a NYU-granted Master of Science degree, recognized by the Chinese Ministry of Education.

 

The MS in Data Analytics & Business Computing teaches students to use a data-driven approach to solve business challenges in today’s era of big data through an interdisciplinary curriculum in business, data science and management science. Through the program, students will gain knowledge in quantitative and technical methods as well as further develop their strategic and business management skills to lead in the increasingly data-driven world.

 

For more information and to learn how to apply, please visit this page.

Interactive Media Arts
Joint NYU Master of Arts in Interactive Media Arts with Tisch School of the Arts

NYU Shanghai’s Master of Arts in Interactive Media Arts program is jointly offered with the NYU Tisch School of the Arts.

The IMA program provides an environment for makers of all stripes to explore the application and implication of new technologies in art, science, engineering, design and the humanities. It leverages a project-based curriculum to explore the intersection of emerging media and humanistic values. Aspects of computer science, engineering, and design are fused with arts and humanities in a workshop-style approach to learning. Instruction focuses on demystifying the inner workings of computational technologies, facilitating production and practice-based research, encouraging critical investigation, and fostering discussion through multi-disciplinary lenses. Students learn how to design and develop interactive projects that involve the creative use of software, hardware and digital media. 

The program is designed for highly motivated self-directed students of any nationality including teachers, artists, creatives, policy-makers, and other working professionals. While technical and/or artistic experience are welcomed, people from all backgrounds and experience levels are encouraged to apply. The program’s format allows students to earn their graduate degree with limited sacrifice to employment opportunities.

For more information and to learn how to apply, please visit this page.

Marketing and Retail Science
Joint NYU Master of Science in Marketing and Retail Science with Stern School of Business

NYU Shanghai’s Master of Science in Marketing and Retail Science is one of four specialized global master's programs jointly offered with the NYU Stern School of Business.

These programs are 1-year, full-time courses of study which begin with a Summer term at NYU Stern in New York City, followed by Fall and Spring semesters at NYU Shanghai. The programs offer a China and Asia focus, and are designed for pre-experience students or recent college graduates. Upon graduation, students receive an NYU-granted Master of Science degree, recognized by the Chinese Ministry of Education.

The MS in Marketing and Retail Science prepares students for the future of marketing and retailing. Graduates of the program will be equipped to pursue careers in both traditional marketing positions in global and Chinese companies, as well as in e-commerce and other companies in the digital economy. The curriculum has both the aspects of the foundations of marketing management, as well as the characteristics of the new marketing environment.

For more information and to learn how to apply, please visit this page

Organization Management and Strategy
Joint NYU Master of Science in Organization Management and Strategy with Stern School of Business

NYU Shanghai’s Master of Science in Organization Management and Strategy is one of four specialized global master's programs jointly offered with the NYU Stern School of Business.

These programs are 1-year, full-time courses of study which begin with a Summer term at NYU Stern in New York City, followed by Fall and Spring semesters at NYU Shanghai. The programs offer a China and Asia focus, and are designed for pre-experience students or recent college graduates. Upon graduation, students receive an NYU-granted Master of Science degree, recognized by the Chinese Ministry of Education.

The MS in Organization Management and Strategy prepares recent college graduates with the knowledge and skills required in organization management in today’s increasingly interconnected, dynamic, and global business context. The program will help students succeed in large and medium-sized private and government-owned business organizations, consulting firms, family-owned enterprises, or as entrepreneurs starting their own businesses. Coursework will include topics such as strategy, strategic thinking, innovation, decision making, collaboration, teams, design thinking, negotiation skills, international business and more.

For more information and to learn how to apply, please visit this page

Quantitative Finance
Joint NYU Master of Science in Quantitative Finance with Stern School of Business

NYU Shanghai’s Master of Science in Quantitative Finance is one of four specialized global master's programs jointly offered with the NYU Stern School of Business. 

These programs are 1-year, full-time courses of study which begin with a Summer term at NYU Stern in New York City, followed by the Fall and Spring semesters at NYU Shanghai. The programs offer a China and Asia focus and are designed for pre-experience students or recent college graduates. Upon graduation, students receive an NYU-granted Master of Science degree, recognized by the Chinese Ministry of Education.

The MS in Quantitative Finance prepares students for the rapidly evolving professional marketplace in the field of finance. Through the rigorous curriculum, students will acquire deep knowledge in a broad range of topics relevant to today’s modern global financial architecture, from trading and product design to underwriting and scrutinization, to asset management and corporate financial management, and many others.

For more information and to learn how to apply, please visit this page.

Social Work
Joint NYU Master of Social Work with Silver School of Social Work

NYU Shanghai and NYU Silver’s joint MSW program at Shanghai and New York provides the opportunity for students of any nationality to experience an innovative global MSW education. The program consists of a generalist practice curriculum in Shanghai followed by a specialized practice curriculum in clinical social work in New York City. Extended immersion in Shanghai and New York allows students to critically reflect on cultural, social, and economic similarities and differences between these two environments, and it enhances their learning about and capacity for culturally appropriate practice. 

Students also participate in a total of 1200 hours of field learning experience. In Shanghai, field placements at local social service agencies and hospitals not only feature bilingual (English and Mandarin) opportunities, but also provide a focus on emerging social issues in China today. New York field placements provide a complementary focus on social and clinical issues within a US context. Upon graduation, students will receive an NYU-granted MSW degree, recognized by the Chinese Ministry of Education. 

For more information and to learn how to apply, please visit this page.   

TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages)
Joint NYU MA in TESOL with Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development

NYU Shanghai’s joint Master of Arts in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) with the NYU Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development provides an alternative track within NYU Steinhardt’s MA TESOL program allowing students to attend their courses in Shanghai and online, and to complete a summer immersion in New York City. The two-year program is designed to accommodate in-service teachers and working professionals in China with courses offered typically on Saturdays during the Fall and Spring terms, and at varying times during the Summer immersion.

The program will help students to deepen their expertise as English teachers for children and adolescents, from kindergarten through high school, and help students advance their leadership skills in and out of the classroom. The curriculum, taught entirely in English, is grounded in pedagogical methods from the United States and tailored to Chinese contexts. Students will learn from American-trained NYU Steinhardt and NYU Shanghai faculty who have expertise in second and foreign language acquisition research, methodology and years of experience working with Chinese students. Upon graduation, students receive a NYU-granted MA in TESOL degree, recognized by the Chinese Ministry of Education.

For more information and to learn how to apply, please visit this page