Is it possible to be a double major?
Yes; in fact, some students within the Department of Anthropology, Gender Studies and International Studies decide to double major in another department such as Black Studies, Sociology or Political Science. Please note that only a minor in Woman and Gender Studies is offered at this time.
I'd like to double major. How do I go about doing that?
If you are considering pursuing a double major, be sure to speak with an advisor in your major (Anthropology and International Studies, respectively) as well an advisor in the second department or program so that you understand all the requirements. Be please aware that a maximum of two classes can count toward both majors. To declare your major, please use the iDeclare website.
For the Anthropology major requirements, please visit here.
For the International Studies major requirements, please visit here.
What should I do if I want to pursue a minor in Anthropology, Gender Studies or International Studies?
Before declaring a minor, please make sure that you speak with an advisor in the department or program so that you understand all the requirements first and foremost. To declare a minor, please use iDeclare. Please note: in most cases, classes counting toward a minor cannot also count toward a major.
For a list of Anthropology minor requirements, please refer to this page.
For a list of International Studies minor requirements, please refer to this page.
For a list of Women's and Gender Studies major requirements, please refer to this page.
Who do I contact for advising?
For Anthropology, Matthew Reilly is the advisor. To contact him, please email him at email@example.com .
For International Studies, Sarah Muir serves as both Director and as the Undergraduate Advisor. To contact him, please email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
For Women's and Gender Studies, Asale Angel-Ajani serves as both Director and as the Undergraduate Advisor. To contact her, please email her at email@example.com
For general academic advising, please visit the Office of the Academic Advisors page.
Enrolling in classes
How do I enroll in classes?
Students can enroll into courses via the CUNYFirst website.
For a general view of the courses available for current and upcoming semesters, please visit the online course catalog.
I'm trying to enroll into a course, but it says I require "departmental permission". What do I need to do for this?
In most cases, you will need to seek permission from the Director of the program who will then be able to grant you permission to enroll in the class you want. Please be prepared with your inquiries to enroll with your EMPLID and the particular section of the course you wish to enroll into.
For Anthropology, please contact Irina Silber at her email, firstname.lastname@example.org
For Women's and Gender Studies, please contact Asale Angel-Ajani at her email, email@example.com
For International Studies, please contact Sarah Muir at her email, firstname.lastname@example.org
I'm trying to enroll into a course, but it says I require "instructor permission". What do I need to do for this?
In these cases, you must contact the instructor of the course.
What are the residency requirements at City College?
Students are required to take 80% of the 120 credits required for graduation at City College or at least the last 32 of the 120 credits. Students are also required to take at least 60% of their major credits and 60% of their minor credits at City College. If you have questions about the residency requirements, contact the Registrar or the Office of the Academic Advisors.
Incompletes and other questions about grades
What do I do if I received an "incomplete" for a grade? Who should I confer with?
For information about CCNY policies on incompletes and grades, see the website of the Registrar.
Last Updated: 12/29/2022 14:51