Degree and Advisement Programs

We offer a wide selection of Associate degrees and certificate programs to prepare you for success and have the necessary skills to enter a diverse and ever changing workforce. 

Here are some Degree Program Resources to help guide you in choosing the right career path for you.

Degree Programs - provides information to students about the different associate programs we have to offer. We have Associates in Science, Associates in Art, Associate in Applied Science and Certificate programs. 
Degree Maps - are visual representations of how every undergraduate major can be completed in two years.
College Catalog - is a reference guide about the college's academic departments, programs and campus life.  
Career Services - provides students with career direction and employment access to resources, career and job-readiness preparation and practical work experience.


Get to know our Advisement Units

Student Success Coaching Unit (SSCU) -  welcomes new incoming students to Hostos and is committed to supporting students to the academic, personal, and professional development. Success Coaches work one-on-one with new incoming students from enrollment sessions to graduation.
Accelerated Study in Associate Programs (ASAP) - is a comprehensive program designed to help motivated community college students earn their degrees as quickly as possible, with a goal of graduating at least 50% of students within three years.
College Discovery (CD) - utilizes a personalized approach to providing support services to students who have high potential for success but have not had the necessary academic preparation to pursue college level work.

Pre-College Special Programs:
CUNYSTART/ MATHSTART (CS/MS) - provides intensive preparation in academic reading/writing, pre-college math, and “college success” advisement for students entering CUNY with significant remedial needs based on their proficiency index.
CUNY Language Immersion Program (CLIP) - is an intensive ESL program of 25 hours of instruction each week for entering freshmen who have already been admitted to a CUNY college.