CUNY’s School of Professional Studies will be offering the following online courses during the winter session (they will run from 1/4 through 1/25). Students will need to submit ePermits and have them approved in order to register. BUS 200 Introduction … Continued
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We have step-by-step instructions for how to use the ePermit system as a CUNY BA student up here: http://cunyba.gc.cuny.edu/epermit/!
ANTHC 401.61 Anthropology & Energy M/Th 2:45-4pm HN C002 Prof. Leo Coleman Turn on a light bulb, swipe your metrocard, fill up at the gas pump: these daily activities make each of us part of a giant technological system for the production and … Continued
PATHWAYS COURSE ANTHC 101.00 – Introduction to Cultural Anthropology Multiple Sections! Your gateway to a major or minor and fulfills core requirement: Individual & Society. Consult CUNY First for schedule. NEW PATHWAYS CLASS FOR SPRING 16 Fulfills requirement for US … Continued
CUNY’s standalone ePermit system in the CUNY Portal is now a thing of the past. Starting with Winter/Spring 2016 registration ePermit will be integrated into CUNYfirst where students will be able to create permits via the Student Center. We’re encouraging … Continued
CUNY School of Professional Studies’ three-week Winter Session gives you the opportunity to satisfy requirements for your degree and will help you step up your progress toward graduation. Courses Available The following courses will be offered: BUS 200 – Introduction to … Continued
Permits Closing for Fall 2013; colleges retain the right to close earlier than these published dates if necessary. Baruch 23-Aug Brooklyn 30-Aug Bronx 27-Aug City 21-Aug CSI 27-Aug GC 28-Aug Hostos 26-Aug Hunter 28-Aug John Jay 27-Aug KCC 19-Aug LGCC 30-Aug … Continued
http://sps.cuny.edu/admissions/gened_courses CUNY School of Professional Studies is offering fully online Fall 2013 Pathways General Education Common Core courses to all eligible CUNY students. Click on the link above for course descriptions. These Pathways designations are pertinent to students who are entering CUNY … Continued
SPS (The CUNY School of Professional Studies) has kindly shared a list of their general education courses which will be available to CUNY Baccalaureate students who wish to register for them for the Spring 2013 semester: http://sps.cuny.edu/admissions/gened_courses. Note that these … Continued
AS OF 11/19/12 E-PERMIT and REG DATES FOR SPRING 2013 SEMESTER (Subject to change) College Open Date for ePermit Closing Date for ePermit Open Date for Registration Baruch College 11/14/12 1/24/13 Open now Brooklyn College 11/26/12 1/24/13 11/29/12 Bronx Community … Continued
The last day to drop fall courses without a W grade is Friday 9/14! You should make sure that you understand any impact this may have on your financial aid. Students who drop before Saturday are still entitled to a … Continued
ePermit Closing Dates for Fall 2012 August 21 City College (Permits In – closed on 8/17) August 23 John Jay College York College August 24 Baruch College Bronx Community College LaGuardia Community College Kingsborough Community College Queens College College of … Continued
The following CUNY schools are open for fall ePermits (incoming and outgoing unless otherwise indicated) Baruch College Borough of Manhattan Community College (Permit out only) City College Hostos Community College John Jay College Medgar Evers College School of Professional Studies … Continued
The following CUNY schools are open for summer ePermits (incoming and outgoing unless otherwise indicated) Baruch College Borough of Manhattan Community College (Open for Permit in;Permit out starts 4/16) LaGuardia Community College Hunter College Kingsborough Community College Medgar Evers College … Continued
Please make note of the fact that schools will close for Spring 2012 ePermits on the following dates: January 24 York College College of Staten Island January 25 Baruch College School of Professional Studies January 26 Hunter College John Jay … Continued