Cooper Union For The Advancement Of Science And Art

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Cooper Union For The Advancement Of Science And Art Cooper Union For The Advancement Of Science And Art The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, often referred to as Cooper Union, was founded by  American industrialist Peter Cooper in 1859. The campus of the institute is located in Manhattan, New York. Cooper Union offers bachelor's degrees in the fields of architecture, fine arts, science, engineering, humanities,  and social sciences. Master of Architecture degrees are also available. Programs are offered through the following  academic divisions: Albert Nerken School of Engineering  Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences  Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture  School of Art  Cooper Union’s athletics department sponsors teams in cross country, basketball, tennis, volleyball, and soccer.  Some of the eminent alumni of the school include inventor Thomas Edison, filmmaker Thom Fitzgerald, painter  Donald Baechler, wildlife artist Guy Coheleach, and Bob Kane, the creator of Batman. Cooper Union For The Advancement Of Science And Art 7 East 7th Street New York, NY 10003-7120 General Phone: (212) 353-4000 http://www.cooper.edu Cooper Union Programs and Degrees (2008-2009)
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