Arts & Sciences
Weissman students are encouraged to focus and build a strong liberal arts foundation which affords them a broad range of choices in fine arts, social and natural sciences, journalism, phycology, mathematics and communications. These courses are taught by a highly skilled faculty, recognized for their expertise and many awards.
Baruch College also attracts an array of international talent to its campus including acclaimed artists featured in the Mishkin Gallery and the Baruch Performing Arts Center (BPAC).
In addition Weissman offers distinguished graduate degree programs that blends excellence with practical experience.
This urban-campus education gives students access to the broad spectrum of experiences available both on campus and in New York City.
The New Media Artspace presents the online solo exhibition “Prajakta Potnis: The Slow Burn.”
The BSC and the BLS Department will host a talk entitled “Black and Indigenous Resistance to Racist Backlash Across the Americas,” by Juliet Hooker on March 11 at 1:00pm. Register here.
Climate Change: Resilience and Opportunity A New Administration in Washington Inspires Bold Interdisciplinary Engagement. Thursday, March 11, 4:30pm – 6:00pm. Register here.
“Journalism, the Election – and the Transition: What did the news media get right? Get wrong? Miss?,” is now available to watch on the Weissman YouTube channel.
Baruch’s Year-round Commitment to Black History, Culture, Justice, Achievements and Joy! Watch video.