Hunter College has a longstanding commitment to graduate education, having first offered graduate courses in 1921. With an outstanding faculty celebrated for its research, creative work, and service to the community, the School of Arts and Sciences offer a broad range of liberal arts and professional programs. Graduate courses of study lead to MA, MS, MUP and/or MFA degrees; in addition, some programs welcome non-degree students. Besides teaching in Hunter’s graduate programs, many of the School’s faculty members participate in the doctoral programs housed at the City University of New York’s Graduate Center.
To gain admission as a matriculated student, the applicant must satisfy the college’s general graduate admission requirements unless otherwise specified by a department.
Prospective students apply to the program of their choice through the college’s Office of Graduate Admissions 695 Park Avenue, Room 223 North, New York, NY 10065; (212) 396-6049. For further information on admission and degree requirements, consult the individual departmental listings in this catalog and on our website: www.hunter.cuny.edu.
Most graduate programs in the School of Arts and Sciences are housed at Hunter’s main campus, located at Lexington Avenue and 68th Street.. The MFA program in Studio Art is located downtown in a new facility at 205 Hudson Street.
Office of the Dean:
Andrew Polsky (Acting)
Web site: http://www.hunter.cuny.edu/arts_sci/deans_office