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SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

ProgramDepartmentCertificate Degree(s) Awarded
AccountingAccountingB.S.
Applied Management: concentrations in Business Service Administration, Social Service Administration or Health Services AdministrationBusiness AdministrationB.P.S.
BusinessBusiness AdministrationB.S.
Computer Information Systems:
Concentrations in System Analysis & Design orNetwork Systems Management
Computer Information SystemsB.S.
Financial Economics ( Fall 2015 )Economics and FinanceB.S.
Public Administration:
Concentrations in Criminal Justice Administration, International Administration, Non-Profit Administration, Public Policy orUrban Administration
Public AdministrationB.S.
Computer ApplicationsComputer Information SystemsA.A.S.
Business AdministrationBusiness AdministrationA.S.
Public AdministrationPublic AdministrationA.S.

Minors:

Criminal Justice (CJU):
PA 150, PA 260, and 2 additional courses: PA 235, PA 250, PA 275, PA 300, PA 365, PA 440.

Multi-Media and Web Technologies (MWT): CIS 310, CIS 313, CIS 320 and CIS 413.

Public Administration (PUA):
PA 103 and choose 3 courses from the following: PA 150, PA 200, PA 205, PA 211, PA 214, PA 215, PA 225, PA 235, PA 250, PA 260, PA 275, PA 285, PA 300, PA 304, PA 320, PA 325, PA 326, PA 335, PA 340, PA 350, PA 360, PA 365, PA 390, PA 395, PA 412, 413, 415, 440, and PA 450.

SCHOOL OF LIBERAL ARTS

ProgramDepartmentCertificate / Degree(s) Awarded
Childhood Education:
Concentrations in English, Mathematics, Psychology,
Science or Social Science
EducationB.A.
English:
Concentrations in Cross-Cultural Literature, Creative Writing or Professional Writing
EnglishB.A.
Liberal StudiesSocial and Behavioral SciencesB.A.
PsychologyPsychologyB.A.
Religious StudiesPhilosophy & ReligionB.A.
Special Education & Childhood Education:
Concentrations in English, Mathematics, Psychology,
Science or Social Science
EducationB.A.
Special Education & Early Childhood Education :
Concentrations in English, Mathematics, Psychology,
Science or Social Science
EducationB.A.
Social Work: Area of Interests in Child Welfare, Gerontology or Substance AbuseSocial and Behavioral SciencesB.S.
Teacher EducationEducationA.A.
Liberal Arts: concentrations in English, Foreign Languages, Mass Communications, Creative and Performing Arts and Speech, Philosophy & Religion, Psychology, Social & Behavioral SciencesSocial and Behavioral SciencesA.A.
Undeclared Major - AA Undeclared-AA

Minors:

Early Childhood Intervention (ECI):
EDUC 100, EDUC 152, EDUC 231, EDUC 301, EDUC 252 and/or EDUC 253

English Literature (ENL):
ENGL 210, any three of the following courses: ENGL 315, 316, 319, 320, 322, 323, 325, 326, 327, 328, 330,331, 332, 360, 361, 363, 365, 366, 370.

English Writing (ENW):
ENGL 210, any three of the following courses: ENGL 301, 302, 303, 304, 306, 310, 311, 312, 313, 362.

Philosophy (PHL): PHIL 101 and PHIL 201 , and choose 2 courses from the following: PHIL 211, PHIL 214, PHIL 215, or PHIL 301.

Religious Studies (REL):
Choose 2 courses from the following: REL 101, REL 102, REL 111, REL 112, PHIL 201 or REL 211 and any 2 courses from the following: REL 301, REL 322, REL 330, REL 333, REL 321 or REL 340.

Social Welfare (SWE): SW 220, SW 230, SW 338, and SW 340

Urban Education (UED):
EDUC 102, EDUC 103, EDUC 200, EDUC 355, and PA 301

SCHOOL OF SCIENCE, HEALTH AND TECHNOLOGY

ProgramDepartmentCertificate / Degree(s) Awarded
BiologyBiologyB.S.
Computer Science Physical, Environmental and Computer SciencesA.S.
Computer Science Physical, Environmental and Computer SciencesA.S.
Environmental Science Physical, Environmental and Computer SciencesB.S.
Environmental Science Physical, Environmental and Computer SciencesB.S.
Mathematical SciencesMathematicsB.S.
NursingNursingB.S.N.
NursingNursingA.A.S.
Computer Sciences Physical, Environmental and Computer SciencesB.S.
Computer Sciences Physical, Environmental and Computer SciencesB.S.
ScienceBiologyA.S.
Practical NursingNursingCertificate
Minors

Chemistry (CHM):
CHM 303 and 2 courses from the following: CHM 304, CHM 311, CHM 321, CHM 341, CHM 351 or CHM 405, CHM 421, CHM 422 or CHM 523.
Computer Science (COM):
CS 244 and 3 courses from the following (one course must be at the 300 level): CS 246, CS 252, CS 260,CS 265, CS 280, CS 300, CS 305, CS 312, CS 315, CS 319, CS 321, CS 325, CS 345 or CS 381.

Earth System Science (ESC):
PHS 203 and CS 321 and 2 courses from the following: ENVS 301, PHS 306, PHS 331, CS 345, CS 390 orCS 319 at Medgar Evers College; EAS32000 or EAS 10200 (City College of New York).

Environmental Science (ENV): Choose any 12 credits from the following: ENVS 200, ENVS 203, ENVS 313, ENVS 400 or ENVS 405.

Physics (PHY): Choose 2 of the following: AST 209 (The College of Staten Island), PHY 315, PHY 351,PHY 355 or CS 390 at Medgar Evers College; EAS32000 (City College of New York).

Space Science (SPS):
Choose 1 of the following: AST 121 (Hayden Planetarium at the American Museum of Natural History), AST 122 (Hayden Planetarium at the American Museum of Natural History), AST 215 or AST 216.
Choose 1 of the following: CS 321 or CS 345.
Choose 2 of the following: AST 209 (The College of Staten Island), PHY 315, PHY 351, PHY 355 or CS 390at Medgar Evers College; EAS32000 (City College of New York).

Mathematics (MTH): MTH 204, MTH 205, and MTH 207 and one of the following: MTH 305, MTH 306,MTH 308, MTH 310, MTH 311, MTH 315, MTH 320, MTH 324, MTH 335, MTH 337, MTH 341, MTH 345,MTH 350, MTH 355, MTH 359 and MTH 360. If a student is required to take MTH 204, then they must take MTH 206 or MTH 237.


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