Majors

Declaring Your Major (CAS Students Only) 

All CAS Students must declare their major upon completion of 64 credits. The major declaration processes vary by department and concentration. See below for steps on how to declare your GPH major.

 

Anthropology

  1. Print out a copy of your transcript and the Anthropology Joint Major Form 
  2. *Make an appointment with Julie Avina (calendly.com/julie-avina) to review degree requirements and have your form signed
  3. Submit the form to Star Jimenez ([email protected]) either in person or by email 


Biology 

  1. Complete the GPH/Biology Declaration form online. Please note, students should declare well in advance of Fall and Spring registration deadlines  
  2. Make an appointment with your assigned faculty advisor in the Biology department
  3. *Make an appointment with Julie Avina (calendly.com/julie-avina) to review degree requirements 


Chemistry 

  1. Complete this form (Major declaration form - at Chemistry office Silver 10th floor 10001) and print out an unofficial copy of your transcript
  2. Schedule a brief advising session (by emailing [email protected]) with Carol Hollingsworth or Andrea Suero and bring the form and transcript 
  3. *Make an appointment with Julie Avina (calendly.com/julie-avina) to review degree requirements 


History

  1. Print out a copy of your transcript and the Declaration of GPH/History Joint Major Form
  2. *Make an appointment with Julie Avina (calendly.com/julie-avina) to review degree requirements and have your form signed
  3. Submit the form to ([email protected]) either in person or by email
     

Sociology 

  1. Print out a copy of your transcript and the Sociology Concentration Sheet
  2. *Make an appointment with Kristen Bush (calendly.com/kristen-bush) to review degree requirements and have your form signed
  3. Submit your form to Sharice Burroughs ([email protected]) in person or by email 

 

The Global Public Health Majors

All GPH majors--regardless of school--are required to complete the 6 core courses, combined major electives, and engage in a semester-long study away experience at one of NYU's global sites. In addition, students in the CAS majors are required to take a foreign language. Students should review the specific list of requirements for their major (see below) as requirements vary by school and major. 


General questions should be directed to the GPH major advisor listed below. Questions about registration and enrollment may be directed to [email protected].

 

College of Nursing

Silver School of Social Work

Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development

Liberal Studies

  • Global Public Health/ Global Liberal Studies
    Concentration Course Planning Sheet (Document will be added soon)
    Advisor: Angelica Tirro ([email protected])
     

College of Arts and Science