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The City College of New York


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About The City College of New York 

Since 1847, The City College of New York has provided a high quality and affordable education to generations of New Yorkers in a wide variety of disciplines. CCNY embraces its role at the forefront of social change. 

Located in the heart of New York City, CCNY is home to such important 'firsts' as: The first college explicitly founded on the ideal of educating the 'whole people', the first documentary film program in the U.S., the first intercollegiate lacrosse game played in the U.S., first student government in the nation, and the longest running Alumni Association in the 

U.S. 

 

Outstanding programs in architecture, engineering, education and the liberal arts and sciences prepare our students for the future, and produce outstanding leaders in every field.Whether they are drawn to the traditional, like philosophy or sociology, or emerging fields like sonic arts or biomedical engineering, our baccalaureate graduates go on to graduate programs at Stanford, Columbia or MIT – or they stay right here in one of our 50 master's programs or our doctoral programs in engineering, the laboratory sciences, and psychology. 

Nowhere else in the city do undergraduates have so many opportunities to conduct research with professors and publish and present their findings.In our science, engineering and social science programs, more than 300 undergrads work alongside senior researchers in funded projects.  

 

The campus is alive with student activity. City College fields 16 varsity teams that compete in NCAA Division III – and students work out in an equipment rich fitness center and socialize in more than 100 student clubs. And our students come from around the corner and world, representing more than 150 nationalities. City College is an integral part of the civic, urban and artistic energy of New York and inseparable from its history. We are the City that built this city. 

 

Why Should Study at The College of New York? 

City College stands at the intersection of its historical past and promise for a vibrant future. Building on its strong foundation of unleashing potential, a City College education integrates knowledge with experience to nurture scholars, professionals, and leaders who are ready to meet the challenges of our contemporary society. CCNY will attract students who have a tenacious desire to learn, lead, and contribute to the greater good of society on their path to a successful future. CCNY graduates will be committed to supporting access 

to opportunity and mentorship for future generations of learners. 

 

Campus  

New York: City College Downtown is the home of City College's Division of Interdisciplinary Studies. This City College satellite campus is located in the Center for Worker Education (CWE, founded in 1981). CWE provides excellent college education to working adults from New York City and surrounding regions. CWE offers City College degrees: BA in Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences; BS in Early Childhood Education; BA/MA in the Study of the Americas, and a number of certificate programs. The courses and educational programs are specifically designed for students whose access to higher education has been limited or interrupted due to financial limitations, work responsibilities, and family obligations. 


Study Levels and Options 

  • Undergraduate 

  • Postgraduate  


Famous Majors 

  • Advertising and Public Relations 

  • American Studies 

  • Art 

  • Art Education 

  • Art History 

  • Asian Studies Program 

  • Bilingual Education & TESOL Programs 

  • Biology 

  • Biomedical Engineering 

  • Black Studies Program 

  • Branding + Integrated Communications (BIC) 

  • Chemical Engineering 

  • Chemistry and Biochemistry 

  • Childhood Education (Graduate) 

  • Childhood Education (Undergraduate) 

  • Cinema Studies 

  • Civil Engineering 

  • Classical and Modern Languages & Literatures 

  • Colin Powell School for Civic and Global Leadership 

  • Computer Science 

  • Continuing and Professional Studies 

  • Cybersecurity 

  • Department of Mathematics 

  • Digital and Interdisciplinary Art Practice 

  • Division of Humanities & the Arts 

  • Division of Interdisciplinary Studies at the Center for Worker Education 

  • Early Childhood Education (Graduate) 

  • Earth and Atmospheric Sciences 

  • Earth System Science & Environmental Engineering 

  • Economics and Business 

  • Educational Leadership 

  • Educational Theatre 

  • Electrical Engineering 

  • Electronic Design and Multimedia 

  • English 

  • English as a Second Language 

  • English Education 

  • Film and Video Production 

  • Graduate Research Training Initiative for Student Enhancement (G-RISE) 

  • History 

  • Honors Center 

  • Honors Program in Legal Studies at the Colin Powell School 

  • Journalism 

  • Latin American and Latino Studies 

  • Literacy 

  • Master in Public Administration (MPA) 

  • Master's Program in Data Science and Engineering 

  • Mathematics Education 

  • Mechanical Engineering 

  • Media & Communication Arts 

  • MFA Film Program 

  • Museum Studies 

  • Music 

  • Philosophy 

  • Physics 

  • Pre-Medical Studies 

  • Psychology 

  • Public Policy and Public Affairs 

  • Quest - A Community for Lifelong Learning 

  • School of Education 

  • Science Education 

  • Science Learning and Public Engagement 

  • Social Studies Education 

  • Sociology 

  • Special Education 

  • Sustainability in the Urban Environment 

  • The Bernard and Anne Spitzer School of Architecture 

  • The Division of Science 

  • The General Education Curriculum at City College 

  • The Grove School of Engineering 

  • The Percy Ellis Sutton SEEK Program 

  • Theatre and Speech 

  • Translational Medicine 

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