Macaulay's upper-level seminars encourage students to integrate course work and their own primary research, in a richly collaborative and supportive interdisciplinary setting.
We encourage students to explore the broad range of courses available at Macaulay and at the campuses. Check the course listings here and consult your Macaulay advisor on your own home campus for help with registration.
*All courses conform to New York State and federal definitions of credit hours: one hour of classroom or direct faculty instruction and two hours of out-of-class work per week for 15 weeks for every credit earned.
Meet Our Faculty
Macaulay Honors College faculty come from a wide range of academic disciplines, from throughout CUNY and the wider academic and professional worlds. Watch these brief videos to meet a few of them.
Dr. Lisa Brundage–Feminism & Technology: Margaret Atwood’s MaddAddam Trilogy.Watch now »
Dr. Kelly O’Donnell–Ecological Change and Human Disease.Watch now »
Dr. Elizabeth Reis–The Ethics of Reproductive Technologies.Watch now »
Robert Small–Media MarketingWatch now »
Dr. Glenn Petersen and Dr. Glenn Albright–War and the Arc of Human Experience
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