Gallatin graduate students come from a wide range of undergraduate disciplines. A strong academic background is expected, and specific undergraduate and/or professional experience in the student’s field of interest is preferred. We have found that students who enter Gallatin with clear and focused academic interests benefit the most from our interdisciplinary approach.
Gallatin offers the rare opportunity for students to combine course work in the various graduate schools throughout NYU with Gallatin courses, independent studies, tutorials, internships, and private lessons in the arts.
Visit the websites of the individual NYU schools for more information:
Please note that Gallatin students may not take classes in the School of Medicine and the College of Dentistry. Courses at the School of Law may be taken only with permission of the professor.
An essential component of any application we receive is the Statement of Purpose. The Faculty Admissions Committee gives great weight to this essay in evaluating the soundness, feasibility, and focus of your program at Gallatin and to gauge your preparation for the proposed course of study.
In the Statement of Purpose, you will describe the educational goals that you would like to accomplish through the MA Program; the academic, professional, or personal experiences that have prepared you for graduate work in this concentration; and a tentative list of specific courses that might constitute your program.
Gallatin students pursue study in many fields, creating interdisciplinary programs in the social sciences, humanities, arts, social entrepreneurship, media and more!
Magogodi is originally from Soweto, South Africa, and her studies at Gallatin focused on African social entrepreneurship and business for …