The easiest way to find which classes are being offered is by using your CUNYfirst account. Search for classes by semester, course number, or course subject. You may also filter your class search by subject, pathway requirement, etc.
To look up classes:
- Log into your CUNYfirst account
- Select HR/Campus Solutions
- Select Self Service
- Select Student Center
- Select Search for Classes
- You can search for classes under specific subjects
To get more detail on individual class descriptions, visit the Hunter Catalog.
Types of Classes
Courses are taught in the traditional classroom environment, and some are conducted entirely online. There are also several options that combine online and classroom learning to varying degrees.
- P = In-Person: No course content or assignments delivered online
- W = Web-Enhanced: No scheduled class meetings are replaced, but some of the course content and assignments, as well as required or optional activities, are online
- PO = Partially online: Some of the class work is online, less than 33%
- H = Hybrid (Blended): Between 33% and 80% of scheduled class meetings are replaced with online activities or virtual meetings
- O = Online: More than 80% of scheduled class meetings are replaced with online activities or virtual meetings
- FO = Fully online: The class is entirely online and does not meet in person
Independent study criteria:
- Find a professor from your department who will supervise your Independent Study.
- Fill out the Independent Research and Internship Form.
- The form must be signed by the professor and your academic department.
- Bring the completed form to your academic department.
- Once received, permission will be given and you’ll be able to register.
You can explore different subjects, enrich your mind with new interests, focus your studies, or even add a second major or minor.
You can take courses outside of Hunter that can count towards your degree:
- To take classes at another CUNY school, see Non-Hunter Classes – Permit.
- To take classes outside of CUNY, or if you study abroad, see Non-Hunter Classes – ePermit.
At the end of every semester, you are sent Teacher Evaluation Reports to your Hunter email, which you should complete and submit. This allows students to anonymously express their opinions and experiences in their courses and with their professors. You may also login to the Teacher Evaluation Report site using your NetID and password prior to view your professor’s previous evaluation scores.