Graduate business courses are open only to matriculated MBA and MS degree students in the Zicklin School of Business, with the following exceptions:
- Zicklin MBA and MS alumni may enroll in courses on a space available basis provided the course prerequisites have been met. The total number of non-degree credits that alumni can accumulate is twelve.
- Non-CUNY visiting students who are currently enrolled in graduate business (or related) programs may enroll in courses on a space available basis provided the course prerequisites (or their equivalents) have been met. The total number of non-degree credits that visiting students can accumulate is twelve. Students must document officially that they have a cumulative grade point average of B or better in their current program and that the courses requested apply towards their home degree. A current transcript (a student copy is acceptable) must accompany the application for non-degree admission to help verify prerequisites.
- CUNY visiting students must have permission from their home school to apply for courses at Zicklin. The total number of graduate credits a visiting CUNY student can accumulate is twelve. A current transcript (a student copy is acceptable) must accompany the application for non-degree admission to help verify prerequisites.
- Post-baccalaureate students are eligible to take only 8000-level preliminary courses on a space available basis. A minimum undergraduate cumulative grade point average of 3.0 is required. An official baccalaureate transcript (in a school-sealed envelope) must accompany the application for non-degree admission.
- Only students matriculated in Zicklin MBA or Zicklin MS programs may register for 9000 level (graduate) Accountancy courses. Students on CUNY e-permits, visiting students, and alumni are not eligible for Zicklin 9000 level Accountancy courses.
Proof of immunity against Measles, Mumps, and Rubella is required for all students born on or after January 1, 1957.
Proof of New York State residency is required for all students seeking to pay in-State tuition.
Application Form A (for CUNY permit students) and Application Form B (for all other students) appear in the Schedule of Classes each semester and summer session. Applications and instructions are also available on line.
The applications are processed through the Office of the Registrar
151 East 25th Street, room 850.
Telephone: (646) 312-1150
Application Deadlines (subject to change)