300 Jay Street
Namm Hall 621 (N-621)
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Welcome to the School of Professional Studies
The School of Professional Studies does just what its name implies - It prepares students for professional careers. The eleven departments housed in the school provide instruction at the associate and baccalaureate levels, leading to degrees in the areas of healthcare, business, hospitality, paralegal studies, human services and career and technology teacher education. The approximately 6,000 students in these majors benefit from cutting-edge technology and a faculty who know what is needed to build a career — both today and tomorrow.
This program is unique within CUNY, and extremely unusual in its focus on both business and technology. It is perfectly placed at City Tech, able to take ad- vantage of the strengths of the College in all of the forward-looking high-tech approaches that define tomorrow’s economy.
The Career and Technical Teacher Education program provides students with the required professional knowledge and skills as career technical education subject teachers leading to the initial and professional New York State certifications, New York City licensure and the bachelor’s degree in education.
The bachelor of science (BS) in Health Services Administration prepares you to enter the challenging and fast growing profession of health service management.
The baccalaureate program in Human Services prepares students for mid-level career positions in any social welfare agency
This is the first baccalaureate in paralegal studies offered at any public college in New York State. The trend in the paralegal profession is that employers are requiring higher levels of education.
This bachelor of science (BS) in Nursing degree program provides associate degree and diploma-prepared registered professional nurses with the education and skills necessary to become leaders and managers in a variety of health care settings.
The bachelor of science in Radiological Science degree program provides an avenue for professional and personal development for credentialed radiographers, nuclear medicine technologists, radiation therapists and sonographers.
The Accounting program equips students with accounting skills that will make them immediately employable upon graduation with the associate degree.
A dental hygienist is a licensed member of the dental health team who provides educational, clinical and therapeutic services to the public, according to the individual state Dental Hygiene Practice Act.
The dental laboratory technologist designs, constructs and repairs dental prosthetic appliances according to the dentist’s prescription and provides an essential support service for the dental profession.
The degree gives to students an understanding of the career possibilities in healthcare and how their particular interests fit into the range of occupations within the health care industry. Students seeking admission or transference into this degree must meet the respective standards established by the College.
The AAS degree program provides students with a solid foundation in theory and current practices of the hospitality industry and a core of liberal arts and science courses that will prepare them for flexible career development.
The associate degree program (AAS) in Human Services is designed to prepare students for entry-level career positions in a variety of human services occupations.
The curriculum at City Tech is designed to provide the student with the skills and knowledge of substantive and procedural law required to function in the legal environment.
Students in management and sales are introduced to careers in marketing management, professional selling, sales management, market research, supply chain management, direct marketing, entrepreneurship and advertising.
The ophthalmic dispenser/optician combines knowledge of scientific and clinical procedures with skills and the ability to work well with patients in the fitting and adapting of lenses and devices that aid in providing comfortable and efficient vision and in correcting ocular deficiencies.