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Programs

We offer a wide variety of rigorous academic programs geared toward the interests and needs of the adult learner.

The College’s central offering is a bachelor of arts or a bachelor of science degree. The listing of majors and minors include business, psychology, communications, English, economics, social work and education. In conjunction with undergraduate study, there are Bachelor’s/Master’s academic programs that allow you to move on to graduate school while simultaneously completing your undergraduate degree.

In addition to these degree options, a wide range of certificate programs are also available to PCS undergraduates, and to non-degree or post-baccalaureate students, hoping to enter graduate school or advance their careers.

Class Size

Giving you the opportunity to express your ideas and to hear the opinions of others is a hallmark of the Fordham experience. For this reason, our classes are small in size, providing the opportunity for active group discussion and personal attention.

Class Schedule

We have designed our schedule and the format of our courses with the busy adult student in mind. Traditional fifteen week courses meet once a week, at night, for three hours per session. There are also two types of intensive courses: “mid-range intensives” that meet for five hours every other Saturday or Sunday throughout the semester, and “full-on intensives” that meet for eight and a half hours per session over two weekends. You can also study from home by taking advantage of the College’s online courses.

Locations

We draw students from across the tri-state region, and because geographic convenience is a key element in an adult learner’s success, you can take courses at any of Fordham’s three campuses.

The Westchester campus, in West Harrison, just off Route 287, near the Hutchinson River Parkway and Route 684

The 90-acre Rose Hill campus, adjacent to the New York Botanical Garden in the Northern Bronx

The Lincoln Center campus, in Manhattan, at 60th Street and Columbus Avenue.