Academic Organization

The College's academic departments and programs are divided into five schools:

School of Arts and Humanities

Departments

Africana Studies

Art

English

History 

Journalism, and Media Studies

Languages and Literatures

Latin American and Latino Studies 

Music, Multimedia, Theatre, and Dance

Philosophy

Interdisciplinary Programs

Classical Civilization and Classical Tradition (Minor)

Comparative Literature (BA and Minor)

Disability Studies (Minor)

Humanities (Minor)

Irish Studies (Minor)

Linguistics (BA and Minor)

Middle Eastern Studies (Minor)

Program for Professional Communications (Minor)

Urban Studies (Minor)

Women's Studies (Minor)

Institutes

Institute for Irish-American Studies

The Jaime Lucero Mexican Studies Institute

Collaboratives

High School of American Studies at Lehman College

School of Continuing and Professional Studies

At 2 locations: On campus and at CUNY on the Concourse

Center

Small Business Development Center

Programs

Continuing Education - Certificates and Licenses

Workforce Education - Credit and non-credit training

CUNY 2X/Tech Talent Pipeline

Adult Degree Programs:

  • Bachelor's Degrees

  • Master of Arts in Liberal Studies

School of Education

Departments

Counseling, Leadership, Literacy, and Special Education

Early Childhood and Childhood Education

Middle and High School Education

Institutes

The Bronx Institute

Institute for Literacy Studies

Collaboratives

Center for School/College Collaboratives

School of Health Sciences, Human Services, and Nursing

Departments

Health Sciences

Nursing

Social Work

Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences

Institutes

CUNY Institute for Health Equity

School of Natural and Social Sciences

Departments

Anthropology

Biological Sciences

Chemistry

Computer Science

Earth, Environmental, and Geospatial Sciences

Economics and Business

Mathematics

Physics and Astronomy

Political Science

Psychology

Sociology

Centers

Center for Theoretical and Computational Sciences

Center for Human Rights and Peace Studies