300 Jay Street
Namm 321 (N-321)
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Welcome to the School of Arts & Sciences
The School of Arts and Sciences plays two important roles. It is home to a number of majors: transfer degrees in Liberal Arts and Liberal Arts and Science, associate degrees in computer science and chemical technology, and the baccalaureate degree in applied mathematics. Just as importantly, faculty in the School provide all City Tech students with courses that support a relevant and well-rounded general education, helping to make City Tech graduates effective professionals, informed citizens, and lifelong learners.
The program adapts City Tech’s Chemistry Department offerings to meet the education requirements of 21st century laboratory science careers in and around New York City.
Analysts in the financial industries use computer-based mathematical models to analyze securities (such as stocks) in order to project future prices and provide assessment of risk.
Graduates can work as analysts in the information industries with job titles that include data analyst, network engineer and IT specialist.
The applications of mathematics in this industry include designing experiments to test drug safety and effectiveness, creating computer-based models of the spread of disease and assessing the risks of different medical treatments.
The Applied Computational Physics degree program provides a more broad, balanced and flexible education than a traditional physics major. Combining computational elements alongside basic physical principles creates a mindset for modeling realistic systems.
The Biomedical Informatics baccalaureate program is designed to provide well-rounded, interdisciplinary training for a new generation of biomedical and healthcare workers prepared to meet the challenges of today and of the future.
The field of Data Analytics with an application in Economics is in strong demand and continues to grow as the volume of data rapidly expands. This program includes core applied courses in Economics, Mathematics, and Computer Systems Technology.
The Health Communication baccalaureate program provides a versatile communication studies degree that is unique among CUNY communication programs because of its focus on health.
The mathematics education baccalaureate degree program is designed to prepare middle school and high school mathematics teachers.
The associate degree program in Chemical Technology promotes an understanding of modern theory, applications and issues in chemistry; development of laboratory techniques and analytical skills; and enhanced communication skills with a focus on scientific writing.
The Computer Science associate degree program provides students with the first two years of study leading to a baccalaureate degree in computer science, computer information science, computer systems technology, computer engineering technology or applied mathematics.
The associate in arts degree program is a comprehensive liberal arts curriculum providing a solid academic foundation that prepares the graduating student for transfer to a bachelor’s degree program and for the professional world.
The associate in science degree is a comprehensive liberal arts and sciences curriculum emphasizing the application of scientific knowledge and mathematics for problem-solving.