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course difference between campuses

contristocontristo Registered User Posts: 21 New Member
edited May 2009 in Fordham University
i was recently accepted as a transfer to lincoln center

i was wondering whether or not one could fulfill their degree without ever having to take a course at the other campus? i am transferring around 30 credits in, but i was just worried about having to make the long commute from manhattan to the bronx if i was forced to take courses that are on the curriculum but aren't offered at lincoln center. are the essential classes at both campuses?
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Replies to: course difference between campuses

  • BP-TheGuy88BP-TheGuy88 Registered User Posts: 1,437 Senior Member
    if the major is offered at your campus, then all your classes will be available at your campus.
  • FordhamRH-LCFordhamRH-LC Registered User Posts: 36 Junior Member
    Students are welcome to take classes at either campus, but as long as your major is offered at your campus, you will be able to take all of your classes at that campus.

    There are some majors that are not cross-campus and can only be studied at one or the other. Any Business degree can only be obtained at the Rose Hill Campus. Other majors that are unique to Rose Hill are Physics, Chemistry, Biology, International Political Economy etc. You may major in Dance, International Studies, and Natural Sciences etc. only at Lincoln Center.

    For information about specific majors, it is best to look at the information given on the respective department’s website. Programs at Fordham
  • FordhamRH-LCFordhamRH-LC Registered User Posts: 36 Junior Member
    Also, if you are close to the LC campus, then all you have to do is make your way to that campus (when commuting) and take the RamVan to Rose Hill. And when you are already at Lincoln Center, taking classes, you can take the RamVan even faster to the RH campus. It is usually only 20 to 30 minutes and during rush hours, 30 minutes to an hour.
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