Core Program sophomores may study away through Liberal Studies' Fall Away programs. Fall Away offers you the special opportunity to take Social Foundations III and Cultural Foundations III at an NYU global site during your fall semester. Completing these core curriculum courses while studying away allows you to add global experience to your resume and explore new fields before transitioning to your degree program.
Fall in Florence
At NYU Florence, you will be part of an intellectual and cultural community that explores the important intersection of history and current affairs. In addition to your core curriculum courses, you may also take introductory courses in Economics, Politics, and Psychology, or electives in other majors such as Art History and History. Your courses will take advantage of surrounding sites such as the Uffizi Gallery. NYU Florence also offers a host of enriching political, social, and cultural programs on campus.
Fall in Washington, DC
Spending your fall semester at NYU Washington, DC, puts you in the center of America’s political and cultural hub. Your courses will include core curriculum classes and introductory courses in Economics, Environmental Studies, Journalism, or Politics. You will also have the opportunity to earn credit through an internship with one of many government, NGO, corporations, and arts organizations in the city.
Additional Sophomore Study Abroad Opportunities
Depending on your academic planning and goals, you may be eligible to study at any one of NYU’s global academic centers as a Core Program sophomore. Speak with your academic advisor for more information.
GLS students are required to spend the fall and spring semesters of sophomore year in residence on Washington Square in New York.