Pamela Brown, Ph.D, PE
» Namn Hall 805
Welcome to City Tech’s School of Arts and Sciences! We are home to the departments of African American Studies, Biological Sciences, Chemistry, English, Humanities, Mathematics, Physics and Social Sciences, and we offer degree programs in chemical technology (AAS), computer science (AS), liberal arts (AA and AS), and applied mathematics (BS) with concentrations in financial science, information science, and natural science. Faculty members within the School of Arts and Sciences are dedicated teachers and scholars who are active in their fields and who excel at bringing that knowledge into the classroom.
The School of Liberal Arts and Sciences provides many enriching experiences outside of the classroom, including college-wide conferences and poster sessions highlighting faculty and student research, seminars and other activities to promote diversity and the exchange of ideas, book signings and discussions by authors, and class trips to museums and other cultural destinations in New York City. Our Emerging Scholars program provides funding for students to conduct scholarly research and to be mentored by faculty members while doing so. Many of our students have presented the results of their research at conferences and published in refereed journals. Scholarship opportunities to qualified students majoring in chemical technology, computer science and applied mathematics are available through a National Science Foundation S-STEM grant.
Taking advantage of these and other opportunities while at City Tech will increase the value of your education. I encourage you to explore the City Tech website to discover more about the programs and opportunities available.