|Accounting||x|| || |
|American History (United States)||x|| || |
|Audiology/Audiologist and Speech-Language Pathology/Pathologist||x|| || |
|Banking and Financial Support Services|| ||x|| |
|Biology/Biological Sciences, General||x|| || |
|Business Administration and Management, General||x||x|| |
|Community Organization and Advocacy||x||x|| |
|Comparative Literature||x|| || |
|Computer Science||x|| || |
|Economics, General||x|| || |
|English Language and Literature, General||x|| || |
|Finance, General||x|| || |
|Health Professions and Related Clinical Sciences, Other||x|| || |
|History, General||x|| || |
|Humanities/Humanistic Studies||x|| || |
|Information Science/Studies||x||x|| |
|Liberal Arts and Sciences||x||x|| |
|Mathematics, General||x|| || |
|Occupational Therapy/Therapist|| ||x|| |
|Physical Therapy/Therapist|| ||x|| |
|Physician Assistant||x|| || |
|Political Science and Government, General||x|| || |
|Psychology, General||x|| || |
|Social Sciences, General||x|| || |
|Sociology||x|| || |
|Special Education and Teaching, General||x|| || |
NYSCAS offers associate and bachelor's degree programs in many of today’s most demanded fields: business management and administration, psychology, computer science, human services, desktop and Web publishing and much more. Transfer credits are accepted from many other academic institutions.
Facilities and Resources
Fifteen physical libraries, located at various campuses throughout the city, are available for use by NYSCAS students. The online virtual library further makes accessible texts, journals, articles and other relevant materials. On site computer labs, Learning Resource and Testing Centers, an ESL program, Freshman Centers and a mentoring program attest to NY SCAS' prioritization of student success.
Financial Aid / Tuition
NYSCAS offers financial aid packages comprised of scholarships, grants, loans and work-study programs.
NYSCAS accepts qualified students representing a wide array of academic backgrounds. Students who excel academically, international and transfer students are encouraged to apply. Admissions and/or placement tests are administered to best serve the individual needs of each student; the admissions committee may also request an interview. Students are generally admitted to first pursue the associate degree and then progress to baccalaureate programs.
Summer classes are offered at all NYSCAS sites with limited course offerings. Students should visit www.touro.edu/nyscas/locations.asp for site-specific info.
Other Cool Facts
NYSCAS is truly a student-centered college. We provide rigorous challenges for the academically gifted, relevant assistance to those who require it and a caring, nurturing environment in which scholastic and professional goals can be pursued and realized.