Convenience. Career advancement. Affordability. Discover these qualities through our online and hybrid graduate-level programs.
Future elementary school teachers explore key subjects such as mathematics, science, literacy and social studies in a degree program that can be completed in 12 months of full-time study.
These programs train future school leaders — superintendents, directors of athletics, principals and others — who possess a master’s degree and permanent teaching certification in New York state.
Participants learn from the perspective of a non-native speaker. Although they are not certified to teach in New York state, they are trained to teach English abroad or adult education programs throughout the U.S.
Whether they pursue community health or a more teaching-focused track, students gain a strong foundation in research methods, assessment and evaluation, as well as hands-on work.
This fully online, 31 credit hour program is ideal for social studies teachers seeking a master’s or anyone who works in educational roles in museums or archives. Special emphasis is placed on the scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL).
In this fully online program, teachers from any discipline improve their skills working with readers of all abilities. Full-time students can earn two certifications in one calendar year.
Designed for current physical education professionals seeking leadership roles in their schools or districts, students join one of the nation’s strongest programs and learn from experts in the field. The physical education leadership degree can be completed entirely online.
Students turn their passion for the outdoors into exciting career possibilities through two online programs. They go on to earn important certifications and work in various settings from state parks to retirement communities.
Courses are available online and in person, which means a master’s degree can be earned in multiple ways. All options encourage industry experience, and graduates land in a variety of fields, including marketing, event management and communications.
Graduate Admissions Office
Miller Building, Room 106
Monday through Friday
8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.