School of Liberal Arts (Undergrad)


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Faculty Facts

Annual tuition fees

$33,075 $44,100


4 Years


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Delivery mode


Degree type


List of Programs

  1. Adolescent Education (BA)
  2. Art History (BA)
  3. Childhood Education (BA)
  4. Childhood/Special Education (dual program) (BA)
  5. Communication (BA)
  6. English (BA)
  7. Environmental Studies (BS)
  8. French (BA)
  9. History (BA)
  10. International Studies (BA)
  11. Labor Studies (BA)
  12. Peace and Justice Studies (BA)
  13. Philosophy (BA)
  14. Political Science (BA)
  15. Psychology (BA)
  16. Religious Studies (BA)
  17. Sociology (BA)
  18. Spanish (BA)
  19. Urban Studies (BA)


Academic Requirements

  • High school transcript is required:
    applicants must submit official secondary/high school transcript indicating courses completed and grades. Transcripts must be translated to English. Evaluated transcripts are required before admission.
  • College transcript is required: transfer students must submit official college transcript(s) from all previously attended colleges/universities.
  • GPA: 2.50

Additional requirements

  • Financial Statement
  • Passport is required

English Tests Requirements





Duolingo English test


About Faculty

Our most diverse school, the School of Liberal Arts encompasses 29 majors and minors through 16 departments and interdisciplinary programs that span a wide range of liberal arts studies.

Top Reasons to Study in Manhattan College

  • Manhattan College empowers exceptional graduates who not only go on to lead successful careers, but also make a positive impact in the world. Grounded in tradition
  • Students from around the world choose Manhattan College for its excellent educational programs, beautiful NYC campus and unparalleled career opportunities.
  • Guided by history, faith and strong leadership, Manhattan continues to climb in national rankings as a top-valued school.

Ranking & Accreditation of Manhattan College

  • #13 U.S. News & World Report list of Regional Universities (2020)
  • #1 Most Transformative College


Student Accommodation at Manhattan College

  • $15,300 per year

Living on campus in one of the five residence halls is an important part of the full college experience. Your floormates will become your second family — a network of friends who you’ll bond with over shared meals, late night study sessions and Netflix binges.

Each of the residence halls has a resident director, a staff member who coordinates residence life programming and oversees the resident assistants, better known as RAs. RAs are students, typically upperclassmen, who live on each floor of the hall and serve as a liaison and resource for the residents. RAs plan regular activities, like game night and trips to popular New York City destinations, to create a bonded community on their floor.


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