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Welcome to The Queens College Graduate Studies website.

Office Information:
Hours: (M-F) 9-5 | (Sat-Sun) Closed
Office: Kiely Hall, Room 139
Phone: 718-997-5190
Fax: 718-997-5198

This site provides basic information about graduate study at Queens College to present and potential students.  Information on scholastic standards and academic appeals, registration permits, maintenance of matriculation and filing for graduation can be found in the Graduate Handbook. Whatever your goals, we hope that your experience with us will be one that will be both enriching and enjoyable. For entering students, matters concerning admission to graduate programs at Queens College may best be addressed by contacting the Office of Graduate Admissions (Jefferson Hall, Room 105: 718-997-5200), or by directly contacting the particular program in which you are interested. For enrolled students, matters concerning registration for courses may best be addressed by contacting your Program Advisor (see below) or the Assistant Registrar (Jefferson Hall, Room 100; 718-997-4432).

The college offers programs leading to the Master of Arts Degree, the Master of Liberal Studies Degree, the Master of Fine Arts Degree, the Master of Science Degree, the Master of Library Science Degree, the Master of Arts in Teaching Degree, and the Master of Science in Education Degree. The college also offers programs leading to the Post-Baccalaureate Advanced Certificate, the Post-Baccalaureate Advanced Diploma, and the Post-Masters Advanced Certificate. The College is an active participant in Doctoral Programs at the Graduate Center of CUNY. The Graduate Curriculum Committee is responsible for implementing any changes in the graduate curriculum and new graduate programs.

Maria DeLongoria
Interim Associate Provost for Academic and Faculty Affairs

Natashia Rhodes
Administrative Coordinator

Accelerated Programs

Jump Start Your Graduate Education While Still an Undergraduate at Queens College

Apply now if you have 45-75 credits and a 3.0 GPA.

Take up to 12 credits of graduate courses at undergraduate tuition rates, and have them count toward both your BA and transfer for credit to the Master’s.

Finish the Master’s in as little as one year.

Participating Master’s include: Art History, Biology, Computer Science, English, French, Italian, History, Mathematics, Neuroscience, Risk Management, Secondary Education, Sociology, Spanish, TESOL/Elementary Education, and Urban Studies.

Visit the Accelerated Degrees website for more information about individual programs, scholarships, and how to apply.