An urban public college, Brooklyn College in New York boasts an award-winning faculty, more than 200 undergraduate and graduate degree programs, and an impressive number of graduates who continue on to get their doctoral degree.
Brooklyn College’s huge range of academic offerings include degrees in Accounting, Caribbean Studies, Classics, Creative Writing, Film Production, Music, Religious Studies and Speech Language Pathology.
At the graduate level, offerings are also numerous and include everything from Acting to Science programs. Gradate students from minority populations interested in pursuing degrees in Science, Technology, Math and Engineering may participate in the New York City Louis Stokes Alliance, a program that encourages underserved populations to engage in research and other scholarly activities.
Throughout numerous departments at Brooklyn College you can expect to find Fullbright award winners, recipients of the American Book Award, Pulitzer Prize winners and recipients of Obie and National Book Awards teaching.
Arts, cultural and other activities abound both on campus and off. Only a quick subway ride away, Manhattan boasts some of the most exciting arts, entertainment and cultural events and opportunities.
Various forms of financial aid are available to qualifying students, including grants, loans and scholarships as well as assistantship and other opportunities for graduate students.
Admissions requirements vary depending on one’s degree level and the intended program of study.
Quick Facts about CUNY Brooklyn College
Large City Setting
Very Large (+10,000 Undergrad)
On-Campus Housing Available
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- New York
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