Brooklyn College is a public graduate school in Brooklyn, New York in the New York City Area. It has a mid-size graduate student body with an enrollment of 3,114 graduate students. The 58 graduate programs at CUNY Brooklyn College are all on-campus only and none are offered online. The most popular graduate school programs at CUNY Brooklyn College are Business, Special Education and Teaching, and Elementary Education. 80% of its graduate students are part-time graduate students.
Masters and Doctoral Programs
Most Popular Programs
Special Education and Teaching105 Students
Elementary Education54 Students
Mental Health Counseling45 Students
Early Childhood Education41 Students
Educational Administration41 Students
School Psychology39 Students
School Counseling and Guidance Services38 Students
Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology36 Students
English and Reading Teacher Education34 Students
CUNY Brooklyn College Graduate Reviews
After my experience at Brooklyn College, I now truly consider it to be "the poor man's harvard." My experience as a Bachelor of Science degree candidate in biology was excellent. The professors were quite knowledgable and the courses were challenging enough to prepare me for medical school. Any negative reviews from people who have attended Brooklyn College must have been from students who did not take advantage of the endless resources and opportunities that are provided by the school. In addition, the cheap tuition (under $7,000 per year) allows students to receive a top-notch education at a bargain price! Most students graduate debt-free and loan free. The one thing I didn't like about Brooklyn College was that the non-science courses were easier than I would have hoped. I have received an A+ in almost all of the non-science courses that I completed.
Gorgeous campus. You certainly see diversity at every corner of the school. Really good library and great staff. Campus food needs to be improved! Over all, a fine institution.
I like the diversity of teachers and students- you really interact with lots of different kinds of interesting people here. The facilities are not the newest or cleanest though they get the job done. The main quad feels safe, but public transportation to and from school doesn't always, especially if you take night classes.