Colleges in the City University of New York include Brooklyn College, John Jay College of Criminal Justice and Medgar Evers College, among others. All of the colleges are in New York City boroughs.
Brooklyn College is in the Midwood section of Brooklyn, New York. The college offers more than 70 undergraduate and 60 graduate degrees in the arts, sciences, education and business as of 2015. Students can take doctorate-level courses at the City University of New York Graduate Center.
John Jay College of Criminal Justice offers 27 majors, 40 minors, 11 master's programs and three doctoral programs. The most popular majors are criminal justice, forensic psychology and criminology, and the most popular master's programs are public administration, criminal justice and forensic psychology. Many graduates work for government agencies or non-profit organizations.
Medgar Evers College includes the School of Business, the School of Liberal Arts and Education, the School of Science, Health and Technology, and the School of Community and Professional Development. The school offers associate and bachelor's degrees at each of the schools. Medgar Evers College requires all students to take four required core courses totaling 12 credits; these courses include English composition, mathematical and quantitative reasoning, and life and physical sciences. Students may take higher-level math or science courses if desired.