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ACADEMIC PROGRAMS


Associate Degrees • Business (AAS): Accounting, Finance, Information Systems, International Business, Management, Marketing


• Computer Technology (AAS): Information Science, Programming


• Engineering Science (AS): Electrical, Mechanical


• Liberal Arts and Sciences (AA/AS) • Nursing (AAS)


Bachelor’s Degrees • Accounting (BS) • African and African Diaspora Studies (BA) • American Studies (BA) • Art (BA/BFA): Studio Art • Art/Photography (BA/BFA) • Biochemistry (BS) • Biology* (BS): Bioinformatics; Ecology, Evolution, and Behavioral Biology; Health Science; Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology; Neuroscience


• Business (BS): Finance, International Business, Management, Marketing


• Chemistry* (BS) • Cinema Studies (BA): Critical Studies, Production


• Communications (BS): Corporate Communications, Design and Digital Media, Journalism, Media Studies


• Computer Science (BS) • Computer Science/Mathematics (BS) • Drama (BS) • Earth and Environmental Science (BS) • Earth Science* (BS) • Economics (BA/BS): Business, Finance • Education: Adolescence, Childhood, Early Childhood


• Electrical Engineering (BS) • Engineering Science (BS): Computer, Electrical, Mechanical


center, computer lab, study lounge, and laundry room.


Honors and opportunity programs


The College of Staten Island offers sev- eral honors and opportunity programs. The Verrazano School Honors Program offers students a unique undergradu- ate education through academically motivated learning communities. The Teacher Education Honors Academy at CSI is designed for select students who are passionate about mathemat- ics and science and want to teach those subjects to middle and high school students. All offer merit-based scholarships. Our CSTEP program offers access to paid internships and research opportunities as well as schol- arships to economically disadvan- taged students interested in the STEM


• English* (BA): Dramatic Literature, Linguistics, Literature, Writing


• Geography (BA) • History* (BA) • Information Systems and Informatics (BS) • International Studies (BA) • Italian Studies* (BA) • Mathematics* (BS): Applied Mathematics, Pure Mathematics


• Medical Technology (BS) • Music (BA/BS): Classical Performance, Jazz Studies, Literature and Theory, Music Technology, Performance


• Nursing (BS) • Philosophy (BA) • Philosophy and Political Science (BA): Dual Major


• Physics* (BS) • Political Science (BA) • Pre-professional Preparation: Chiropractic, Dentistry, Law, Medicine, Optometry, Physical Therapy, Podiatry


• Psychology (BA/BS) • Science, Letters, and Society (BA): Childhood Sequence (1–6), Early Childhood Sequence (Birth–2)


• Social Work (BS) • Sociology-Anthropology (BA): Critical Criminology and Social Justice, General Concentration


• Spanish* (BA) • Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies (BA)


* Adolescent Education Track available (Grades 7–12)


Master’s Degrees • Accounting (MS) • Biology (MS) • Biology: Biotechnology (MS) • Business Management (MS): Large-Scale Data Analysis, Strategic Management • Clinical Mental Health Counseling (MA) • Computer Science (MS)


fields. Transfer students with 15 credits or fewer may also apply to our ASAP program, which provides tuition waiv- ers and a free monthly MetroCard as well as career development and aca- demic support services. n


College of Staten Island—The City University of New York | New York, NY csi.cuny.edu/admissions admissions@csi.cuny.edu


• Education (MSEd): Adolescence (Biology, English, Mathematics, Social Studies), Childhood; Special Education; Special Education Adolescence Generalist; Teaching of English to Speakers of Other Languages • Electrical Engineering (ME) • English (MA): Education, Literature, Rhetoric • Environmental Science (MS) • Healthcare Management (MS) • History (MA) • Liberal Studies (MA) • Neuroscience and Developmental Disabilities (MS)


• Nursing (MS): Adult-Gerontological Health Nursing


• Social Work (MSW)


Post-master’s and Advanced Certificates • Autism Spectrum Disorders (Advanced Certificate)


• Bilingual Education (Advanced Certificate) • Business Analytics of Large-Scale Data (Advanced Certificate)


• Leadership in Education (Post-master’s): School Building Leader and School District Leader (Dual Certificate), School District Leader


• Nursing (Post-master’s): Adult-Gerontological Health


• Public History (Advanced Certificate) • Special Education (Advanced Certificate) • Teaching of English to Speakers of Other Languages (Advanced Certificate)


Doctoral Programs • Adult-Gerontological Health Nursing (DNP) • Clinical Doctorate in Physical Therapy (DPT) • Doctoral Programs offered jointly with the CUNY Graduate School: Biology (Neuroscience), Chemistry, Computer Science, Nursing, Physics


FACT BOX


Undergraduate Tuition* Resident: • Full-time matriculated: $6,030/year, $3,465/semester


• Part-time matriculated: $305/credit • Non-degree: $445/credit


Non-resident: • Full-time matriculated: $620/credit, $9,300/15 credits


• Part-time matriculated: $620/credit • Non-degree: $915/credit


* Tuition subject to change without prior notice


Deadlines • Spring semester: September 15 • File FAFSA (spring): November 30 • Fall semester: February 1 • Verrazano School: February 1 • Teacher Education Honors Academy: February 1 • CSI Scholarship: Last business day of February • File FAFSA (fall): March 31


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