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CUNY Baccalaureate for Unique and Interdisciplinary Studies
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Time to get those applications in for Fall 2016. 👏👏 For students interested in CUNY BA you can get the application at . You can also pick one up at the office. Please share with those interested. Good luck!
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Friendly reminder about out information session tomorrow Wednesday April 6th at 5:30 pm. Here's your chance to learn how the program allows you to design your own degree in CUNY. Tag someone that should attend! #CUNYBA #CUNY 
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#CUNYBA   #CUNY  Did you miss an  information session? Sign up for the next one. Learn more about creating your own degree! 

What is the CUNY Baccalaureate for Unique and Interdisciplinary Studies?
-- CUNY Baccalaureate offers highly motivated, academically strong students the opportunity to design individualized programs of study (majors) .

-- This degree is designed for students who have unique academic and career goals, and the vision and drive to design their own areas of concentration (majors) in collaboration with faculty mentors.
CUNY BA Information Sessions for prospective students cover the program overview.
This includes:
-- application process (no fee to apply to program),
-- tips on finding courses for your Area of Concentration (aka AOC),
-- what's a faculty mentor, and
-- benefits of the program 
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#CUNYBA: We have an info session on Friday October 16th at 12:30pm at the #CUNY Graduate Center (365 5th Ave. cross streets are 34th and 35th street) Sign up here: 
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#CUNYBA: Attend one of our information sessions to learn about creating your own major in #CUNY
Our next info sessions are on
Wednesday October 14th at 5:30p
Friday October 16th at 12:30p
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For those students participating in CUNY BA's commencement ceremony on Tuesday June 2nd, important details about your special day. 
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Have you heard who is speaking at the 2016 CUNY BA commencement ceremony? The First Lady of New York City Chirlane McCray #CUNY #CUNYBA #NYC 
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We have a few information sessions left. Tell a friend about the awesomeness that is CUNY BA #CUNY zx
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For those who plan on applying to CUNY BA for the fall semester, get those applications in! You can fill out & print the application here:

If you have the application and personal statement you can email them as an attachment to #CUNYBA #CUNY 
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Contact info
(212) 817-8220, (212) 817-8221
365 Fifth Avenue, Suite 6412 New York, NY 10016
CUNY Baccalaureate for Unique and Interdisciplinary Studies is an individualized University-wide undergraduate (bachelor's) degree program.
The CUNY Baccalaureate for Unique and Interdisciplinary Studies is an accredited program that allows self-directed, highly motivated students to create and design their own majors within CUNY. 

How does CUNY BA work?
These majors, also known as "Areas of Concentration (AOC)" are created with classes that can be taken at one (or more) CUNY campus(es), while remaining a student at his/her home college. #CUNYBA

  • The student designs the Area of Concentration (AKA major) alongside a faculty mentor. The students also get a dedicated CUNY BA academic advisor who helps them (regarding requirements, degree plans, credit checks, etc.) along the way. 

The CUNY BA is great for those who don't find their preferred major / field of study in CUNY. This is the chance to create and design a major that suits the student's passion. Take a look at some sample Areas of Concentrations HERE.

There's no fee to apply to the program. However, you do have enroll in a CUNY college to start. Learn more about the requirements for CUNY BA HERE

Come to an information session and learn more about CUNY BA!

Established in 1971, The City University of New York Baccalaureate for Unique and Interdisciplinary Studies (formerly known as the CUNY Baccalaureate Program) provides students with a flexible, academically challenging way to earn their degree while giving them a major share of the responsibility for the content of that degree.

The program has three goals:

1. to encourage students to take advantage of the extraordinary resources and learning opportunities available at the City University’s 18 colleges and at The Graduate Center;

2. to allow self-directed, academically able students to design an individualized program of study that complements their academic, professional, and personal goals; and

3. to foster intellectual exploration and responsible educational innovation.