Schools and Programs
Many schools offer night classes in New York City, including 4-year and community colleges. These classes are often part of a degree program. Programs are available at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, and in many different subjects. Some of the programs available include accounting, nursing and real estate. Programs may prepare students for licensure or certification. Two NYC schools and some of their evening programs are outlined below.
Schools At a Glance
|School||Institution Type||Class Format||Program Levels|
|Borough of Manhattan Community College||2-year College||On-campus, Online||GED, Certificate, Associate's Degree|
|Baruch College||Public College||On-campus, Online, Hybrid||Certificate, Degrees|
Borough of Manhattan Community College's Night Classes
The Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC) offers programs in over 60 areas, including six programs that are offered as night and weekend programs. Continuing education and workforce development programs are also offered. The campus is located in downtown NYC, near the TriBeCa neighborhood.
Associate of Applied Science in Accounting
The accounting program provides a foundation for students seeking entry-level accounting positions or for those who plan to continue their studies and become certified public accountants. Students in these evening classes study accounting principles and mathematical reasoning.
Associate of Arts in Business Administration
The evening and weekend business program is designed primarily for students who intend to pursue a 4-year degree in business. Courses include micro- and macroeconomics, business basics, business law, accounting and marketing.
Associate of Applied Science in Computer Network Technology
Students in this program receive instruction in telecommunication network systems, network security and computer hardware. The program prepares students for careers in network administration and network support.
Associate of Arts in Liberal Arts
A general liberal arts program is also offered through night classes. This program provides a broad educational foundation combining English, math, science, social science and the fine arts. The program is geared for students interested in careers in areas such as law, medicine, counseling, education or journalism.
Associate in Applied Science in Nursing
The nursing program is also available through night classes that combine classroom study with observational work and clinical practice. Students who successfully complete the program are eligible to sit for the New York State Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses.
Bernard M. Baruch College's Night Classes
Baruch College, located in the Park South area of Manhattan, offers both undergraduate and graduate programs. The public institution offers over 25 majors in fields such as accounting, business, journalism, psychology and statistics, as well as continuing education and professional study programs. Graduate programs offered by the Zicklin School of Business are available with a flex-time option allowing students to take night and weekend classes.
Master of Business Administration
The flex-time MBA program takes students through a sequence of courses, mostly available at night, which prepare them for careers in the business environment. The curriculum covers marketing, statistics, accounting, finance and management.
Master of Science in Accountancy
Night classes are also available for all required courses in the accountancy graduate program. This program is designed for students with an undergraduate degree in business or accounting and prepares students for accounting careers.
Master of Science in Real Estate
Students in the real estate program receive core business knowledge, management skills and technical training in real estate. Night classes may include capital markets, real estate development, investment analysis, taxation, marketing strategies and real estate law.
Master of Science in Statistics
The statistic program is available as a part-time program with classes meeting at night. The program trains students to apply mathematical models to business, industry and government. Students are prepared for careers as technical specialists.
Master of Science in Taxation
In the part-time taxation program, students follow a sequence of ten courses preparing them for positions in the area of taxation. The program serves as one of the two years of experience required to become a licensed CPA. Coursework may include corporate taxes, real estate taxes, estate planning, personal finances and state and local taxes.