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Course Catalog

A comprehensive listing of all the courses offered at CUNY. Note: some may not be available in the upcoming semesters. >>


Contact Us

Office of Academic Affairs
The City University of New York
205 E. 42nd Street
New York, NY 10017
646-664-8100

academicaffairs@cuny.edu



Academic Affairs

The Office of Academic Affairs (OAA) oversees University policies governing the academic programs of CUNY and its 24 colleges and more than 100 research centers. <read more>

OAA is also responsible for the development and implementation of special University-wide initiatives aimed at raising academic quality, improving student success, and providing New Yorkers with equal access to quality education. OAA has recently also spearheaded CUNY initiatives in mathematics education, teacher education, instructional technology, and economic development.



Institutional Research and Assessment

The Office of Institutional Research Assessment (OIRA) conducts a wide variety of quantitative analyses to guide policy and evaluate academic programs and administrative processes at CUNY. >>

Research

Learn how CUNY promotes outstanding faculty and student research, expanding and improving the research profile of the University. >>

Libraries

The Office of Library Services (OLS) supports the libraries at all of CUNY's 24 campuses so they may better serve their students and faculty. >>

Student Affairs

The Central Office of Student Affairs (COSA) oversees programs and activities that offer students opportunities to discover their strengths and skills and to develop their leadership abilities. >>

Undergraduate Studies

The Office of Undergraduate Studies is dedicated to improving the quality of the undergraduate experience for CUNY students. >>

Precollege Education / Collaborative Programs

CUNY's commitment to the education of all New Yorkers begins long before the start of freshman year. >>