Information on four committees created to determine the first three to six courses that lead into the majors in economics, engineering, political science, and sociology.
A letter from Executive Vice Chancellor Logue providing policy statements to guide Pathways implementation procedures.
Information about the Pathways project.
This message clarifies several matters concerning science and Pathways. Included are a description of an important waiver opportunity plus information about a number of matters that have been repeatedly misunderstood in public discussions.
Student-focused information on the Pathways Initiative.
Initial recommendations have now been submitted by the faculty committees for seven majors: biology, business, criminal justice, English, nursing, psychology, and teacher education.
Chaired by Professor Philip Kasinitz, the committee comprises eight subcommittees, one for each area of the Common Core.
Please find below the latest updates.
The text below describes some of the many different ways that a given college can design its general education requirements. The CUNY Office of Academic Affairs greatly appreciates the assistance of the campuses in helping to identify many of these possibilities.
Work is under way on the phase of work on the Pathways initiative, in which the first three to six courses that lead into the largest transfer majors at CUNY will be established. Please find below the latest updates from faculty committees charged with focusing on the following majors.