Founded in 1964 by Audrey Cohen, Metropolitan College of New York is a private, independent, nonprofit college located in New York City. Approved for the training of veterans and other eligible people by the New York State Department of Education, the college is accredited by the Board of Regents of the University of the State of New York and the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools. Metropolitan College offers a variety of associate’s bachelor’s and master’s degree programs. The college has designed its programs to accommodate nontraditional, mature students who have full time jobs while attending school full time as well. In order to help its students finish their programs faster, Metropolitan College of New York offers flexible class options that include a 3-semester year, online classes, and part-time schedules.
Metropolitan College of New York is divided into two schools: the Audrey Cohen School for Human Services and Education, and the School of Management. Some popular majors that are offered at this college include Human Services, American Urban Studies, Education, Business Administration, and Healthcare Systems Management.
Special programs include independent study, an honors program, services to accommodate disabled students, adult / continuing education programs, and internships. Study abroad programs, in which students have unforgettable experiences in foreign and exotic countries, are also available.