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Anthropology (BA)
Applied Mathematics: Data Science and Cryptography (BS)
Cell and Molecular Biology (BS)
Computer Science and Information Security (BS)
Computer Science Dual Admission Programs (CUNY Justice Academy)
Criminal Justice (BA) (Crime Control and Prevention)
Criminal Justice (BS) (Institutional Theory and Practice)
Criminal Justice (BA/MA)
Criminal Justice (BS/MA)
Criminal Justice Dual Admission Programs (CUNY Justice Academy)
Criminal Justice Management (BS)
Criminal Justice Management (BS/MA)
Criminology (BA)
Culture and Deviance Studies (BA)
Economics (BS)
Economics (BS) Dual Admission Accelerated Program Leading to MA in Economics
Emergency Services Administration (BS)
English (BA) 
Fire and Emergency Service (BA)
Fire Science (BS)
Forensic Psychology (BA)
Forensic Psychology (BA/MA)
Forensic Psychology (BA) Dual Admission Accelerated Program Leading to the MA in Forensic Mental Health Counseling
Forensic Science (BS)
Forensic Science Dual Admission Programs (CUNY Justice Academy)
Fraud Examination and Financial Forensics (BS)
Fraud Examination and Financial Forensics Dual Admissions Programs (CUNY Justice Academy)
Gender Studies (BA)
Global History (BA)
Human Services and Community Justice (BS)
Humanities and Justice (BA) 
International Criminal Justice (BA)
International Criminal Justice Dual Accelerated Program (BA/MA)
Latin American and Latinx Studies (BA)
Law and Society (BA)
Philosophy (BA)
Police Studies (BS)
Police Studies/Criminal Justice (BS/MA)
Political Science (BA)
Public Administration (BS)
Public Administration (Inspection and Oversight) (BS/MPA)
Public Administration (Public Policy and Administration) (BS/MPA)
Security Management (BS)
Sociology (BA)
Spanish (BA)
Toxicology (BS)

Consult with an Academic Advisor or the major coordinator to plan your course of study. You may also consult DegreeWorks through the CUNY Portal.

Prerequisites for beginning each major are listed in the major description. Individual courses may have their own prerequisites. Read course descriptions carefully and consult DegreeWorks and an advisor when planning your schedule.

Please note: ENG 101 is a prerequisite for students to enroll in 200-level courses and ENG 102 or ENG 201 is a prerequisite to enroll in 300-level courses or above.

Gateway Courses in CUNY Majors

As part of CUNY's Pathways Initiative, faculty across the university identified at least three courses that seamlessly transfer between CUNY colleges and count in several of the most popular majors.  A list of the majors and the courses is available on the CUNY website. Read more about CUNY Gateway Courses at