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- NEW YORK, NY
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The Cooper Union was founded in 1859 in New York City. It is a top-ranked college committed to making education fair and accessible to all, granting every admitted undergraduate student a half-tuition scholarship as well as need-based aid.
Comprised of three schools specializing in architecture, art, and engineering, Cooper offers small, intimate classes organized around a culture of collaboration.
Degrees Offered: the School of Architecture offers a Bachelor of Architecture and a Master of Science in Architecture; the School of Art offers a Bachelor of Fine Arts; the School of Engineering offers a Bachelor of Engineering in chemical, civil, electrical, mechanical engineering, a Bachelor of Science in general engineering, and a Master of Engineering.
Throughout its history, Cooper has been a place where thinkers, builders, artists, activists, and dreamers have thrived and contributed to NYC and the world in large and small ways—being of this world and for this world.
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Most Popular Majors
- Studio Arts55 Graduates
- Electrical Engineering28 Graduates
- Architecture26 Graduates
- Mechanical Engineering23 Graduates
- Chemical Engineering19 Graduates
- Civil Engineering14 Graduates
- Engineering3 Graduates
Architecture, Art, and Engineering
The School of Architecture offers a 5-year Bachelor of Architecture degree and a Master of Science in Architecture degree. The School of Art offers a 4-year Bachelor of Fine Arts degree. The School of Engineering offers Bachelor and Master of Engineering degrees in chemical, civil, electrical, and mechanical engineering, as well as a Bachelor of Science degree in general engineering.
- Brilliant, talented, and humble25%
- Nerd, love math, motivated, but there are cool ppl13%