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ARTICLE THREE


THE UNIVERSITY ACADEMIC AND ADMINISTRATIVE STRUCTURE
 
Chapter 1:
The President
Chapter 2:
Officers of the University
Chapter 3:
The Administrative Board
Chapter 4:
The Schools and Colleges
Chapter 5:
The Dean
         
Chapter 6:
School or Faculty Councils
Chapter 7:
Changes in Academic Organization
Chapter 8:
Departments & Interdisciplinary Programs
Chapter 9:
The Budget Planning Committee
 
 
 
 
CHAPTER FOUR

THE SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES

§3-04.01 - The Schools and Colleges

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§3-04.01 - The Schools and Colleges


The principal academic units of the University are its colleges and schools.  The following colleges and schools are now established:

Fordham College at Rose Hill – 1841
School of Law – 1905
The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences – 1916
The School of Education – 1916
The Graduate School of Social Service – 1916
The Gabelli School of Business – 1920
Fordham School of Professional and Continuing Studies – 1944
Fordham College at Lincoln Center – 1968
The Graduate School of Religion and Religious Education – 1969
The Martino Graduate School of Business – 1969


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