Metropolitan College of New York
Metropolitan College of New York's campus is conveniently located in Lower Manhattan, next to the financial district and the exciting media and art communities of SoHo and TriBeCa. The College also opened a Bronx Center at 529 Courtlandt Avenue in January 2012.
The College offers Certificate, Associate, Bachelor's, and Master's degrees in two schools: The Audrey Cohen School for Human Services and Education and the School of Management. MCNY's curriculum focuses on practical skills and knowledge in workplace settings. Its experiential approach, called Purpose Centered Education, requires each student to create a specific, real-world solution to an issue needing attention within the student's workplace each semester. The College is accredited by the NYS Board of Regents and the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools.
Most students attend full-time for 3 semesters per year, which enables them to complete an Associate degree in one year and four months, a Bachelor's degree in two years and eight months, and a Master's in one year. Part-time students are also welcome.
Undergraduate students with substantial work experience and previous education may be eligible to receive exemption from up to three semesters of coursework through the Advanced Standing Option in the BPS program or Prior Learning Experience in the BBA program. The College also awards a maximum of 32 credits through the CLEP exam. Additionally, undergraduate transfer applicants may be able to obtain up to 64 transfer credits.
431 Canal St., New York, NY 10013
Bronx Center- 529 Courtland Ave., Bronx, NY 10451; Phone: Toll-free 800.33.THINK or 716.665.7787; Web: bronxextension.mcny.edu
Metropolitan College of New York on the Web
Metropolitan College of New York Admissions
Clubs and Activities
Alumni Club, Greek societies, Honor Societies, International Awareness Club, LGBTQA, Media Management Alliance, Networking Club, Student Government, Student Newsletter, Students in Free Enterprise. Students participate in functions planning, graduation ceremonies, and new student orientation. Also, an on-going series of lectures specifically focused on contemporary urban issues is featured year round in "Urban Dialogs."
Enrollment for Fall 2014
|Undergraduate Students||Graduate Students|
|% Black / African American||60%||56%|
|% Hispanic / Latino||20%||18%|
|% White, Non-Hispanic||4%||8%|
|% American Indian / Alaskan Native||1%||0%|
|% International / Nonresident Alien||2%||6%|
|% Two or more races||1%||1%|
|% Unknown Race / Ethnicity||8%||8%|
Tuition Information for 2015-2016
Financial Aid Deadlines
Transfers: Entrance exam may be waived with 24 credits of "B" work; transfers from community colleges or other 2-year colleges that have an articulation agreement with MCNY not required to take entrance exam.