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YOU ARE HERE >>  In New York City, the media communications capital of the world. There's simply nothing like studying a discipline at its professional nexus. 

Supercharged by the city's energy, resources, and multi-cultural creativity, BIC isn't just a graduate program. It's a communications laboratory. A think tank. An executive training ground. 

In this city, there's an opportunity every New York minute. Students take advantage of a limitless number of professional conferences, networking events, concerts, museums, and non-stop inspiration. Proximity to mid-town means you can work during the day and study at BIC in the evening. Being a BICster means you're only a subway ride away from a coveted internship, an unexpectedly new job, or that big promotion. As an added bonus, some students receive tuition support from their companies while earning their Master's of Professional Studies. 

The City College of New York is located on a lush, 37-acre campus in the Hamilton Heights section of Harlem in northern Manhattan. BIC is located in Shepard Hall, the first Neo-Gothic building designed for an American college campus. CCNY is part of an academic corridor that begins a few blocks to the south with Columbia University, Barnard, and the Manhattan School of Music.