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Cuny School Of Professional Studies

For over 15 years, the CUNY School of Professional Studies (CUNY SPS) has been leading online education in New York. Offering the most online Bachelor’s and Master’s degree options at the City University of New York, CUNY SPS meets the needs of adults who are looking to finish a bachelor’s degree, progress from an associate’s degree, earn a master’s degree or certificate in a specialized field, and advance in the workplace or change careers. CUNY SPS has been ranked in the nation’s top 5% by U.S. News & World Report for several years, most recently in its list of the 2021 Best Online Bachelor’s Degree Programs for Veterans, making CUNY SPS the highest listed program in New York State and New York City.

Website:

http://sps.cuny.edu/

Category:

Tier 1 research institution

Military Friendly Rating

We rate how Military Friendly an organization is within 6 different categories. Learn more about our methodology.

The rating below reflect the extent to which each organization exceeds the benchmark standards for Military Friendly.

Military Friendly
Standard

100%

100%
Exceeds Standard

33.86

Military Friendly
Standard

100%

100%
Exceeds Standard

59.09

Military Friendly
Standard

100%

100%
Exceeds Standard

53.98

Military Friendly
Standard

100%

100%
Exceeds Standard

58.82

Military Friendly
Standard

100%

100%
Exceeds Standard

66.67

Military Friendly
Standard

100%

100%
Exceeds Standard

58.54

Why you should attend?

The CUNY School of Professional Studies (CUNY SPS) understands that knowledge gained outside the classroom is extremely valuable. We offer a number of Credit for Prior Learning opportunities that make it possible for military service members to earn credit for previous education, work experience, and learning outside the classroom. Credit for non-collegiate learning, including pre-evaluated military courses and credentials, transfer credit, portfolio evaluation, and examinations, can earn students up to 105 credits toward a Bachelor's degree.