|Study Guide to Masters and Bachelors Degree Courses|
|Metropolitan College of New York|
|Address||75 Varick St., 12th Floor, New York, NY 10013, United States of America|
|Tel. No.||(+1 212) 343-1234|
|Fax No.||(+1 212) 343-8470|
|Admission E-mail email@example.com|
|Contact for application|
|Total No. of students|
|Course titles||Business Administration & Management, General/ Business Administration/ Management/ Community Organization and Advocacy/ Management Information Systems, General|
|Undergraduate and Graduate TOEFL||550|
Metropolitan College of New York offers students the unique Purpose-Centered System of Education, a design developed by the College. This system examines the global, information and service-centered economy, which employs more than 80% of the American work force.
Purpose-Centered Education responds to the questions: What must professionals be able to do? How can they prepare for demanding and changing roles? Audrey Cohen College alone has reinvented higher education to reflect the needs of this economy. Its graduates pursue careers in such areas as banking, child welfare, community affairs, corrections, counseling, early childhood education, finance, gerontology, government, administration, human resources, and law. They also pursue careers in management, marketing, personnel administration, psychology, public administration, public health, social work, student services, media management, web site design and management, film, television, media consulting services and other electronic communications management.
Over a 3-semester calendar year, the College enrolls approximately 2,150 students (about 850 men and 1,300 women). The College is approved for the training of veterans and other eligible persons by the New York State Education Department and is fully accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools. If they choose, students are able to work full-time while pursuing their studies full-time, the latter being a College requirement. This becomes possible because of the strong educational relationships the College develops with students' employers. These enable students to use the workplace to complete a required component of the curriculum. For students who are not employed, the College's Office of Career Services will develop a challenging internship site.
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