With Evening and Weekend Programs, Earn Your
Undergraduate Degree and
Enjoy an Exciting Career and Future!
Even the busiest person can earn a college degree* in business,
nursing, social work and teaching
that opens doors to a rewarding career and an exciting future.
We at the Brooklyn Campus are dedicated to helping you achieve your
career goals. Financial Aid and Academic Counselors work closely
with you to map out a plan that will lead you to your degree. You
will enjoy small classes with convenient evening and weekend schedules
-- and receive individualized attention from respected faculty members
who appreciate the value of your life experiences.
Start changing your life today. Speak to one of our Counselors by calling 718-488-1011 or by e-mailing: firstname.lastname@example.org
* The core
curriculum, the foundation for all undergraduate learning and
the pathway to all majors and professional programs, also is offered
during evenings and weekends at the Brooklyn Campus.
- The Brooklyn Campus Library is open 80 hours each week
during the school semester (with some exceptions during holidays
and during Campus intersessions). To assist students with their
research and library-related questions, a reference librarian
is on duty every hour that the library is open.Click
here for current Library Hours of operation.
- School of Business, Public Administration
and Information Sciences
Students wishing to take evening and weekend classes can earn
undergraduate degrees leading to rewarding careers in Accounting,
Finance or Management.
With close proximity to Wall Street and the business area
of Downtown Brooklyn, the Brooklyn Campus provides students exciting
employment opportunities. The times of our programs
p.m. to 8:30 p.m. one night a week for 15 weeks for undergraduate
business courses. Courses are available, fall, spring and summer
sessions although not all course are offered every term. An easy
to use 2 year schedule of
courses is available for you to plan your program. Computer labs
are open in the evening and on weekends for your use. The Library
is open on evenings and weekends. In addition, many of the Librarys
resources are available on-line and can be accessed from your
home computer. Financial aid is available, contact the Office
of Financial Services.
The School of Business, Public Administration, and Information
Sciences has three academic advisors
you may contact for additional information.
- School of Nursing
A nursing career is within reach of undergraduate students at
the Brooklyn Campus through evening and weekend programs that
prepare for state licensing as a registered nurse, or for advanced
degrees in Nurse Practitioner or Nurse Executive programs.
- School of Health Professions
The BSW program aims to produce highly skilled, entry-level generalist
practitioners who, upon graduation, are able to address social
problems facing individuals and populations at risk. The Brooklyn
Campus and the BSW program, while embracing the cultural diversity
that is Brooklyn, pay particular attention to the individual needs
of students AND their educational goals. This includes flexibility
in class scheduling and access to a variety of field placement
sites from which students select the most enriching and convenient
place for their internship.
Public Health Program
More about the program
- The School of Education
at the Brooklyn Campus, respected for its dedication to preparing
topnotch urban educators, provides a stimulating inquiry-based
curriculum that is based on theoretical knowledge and practical
experience. With late afternoon or evening classes, you can complete
most undergraduate requirements for your teaching degree and prepare
for your student teaching experience, which takes place during
regular public school hours near the end of the program.
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