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Graduate Academic Programs
The Audrey Cohen School for Human Services and Education
Master of Science in Education: Dual Childhood 1-6 / Special Education
This 1-year, 3-semester, 46-credit program is designed for prospective teachers who do not have teaching certification and who want to work with students from grades 1-6 in general, inclusion, or special education settings. Graduates are eligible for both initial New York State certifications in Childhood 1-6 general education and in Childhood 1-6 Special Education (Teaching Students with Disabilities). The intensive full-time schedule of study and practice is for the individual who is deeply committed to the education of all students in diverse urban school settings.
CASAC Program A non-degree certificate program in Alcohol and Substance Abuse Counseling. This program is designed to address the needs of those who wish to prepare for a career in substance abuse counseling or those who wish to enhance their skills as social workers, psychologists, psychiatrists, rehabilitation counselors, mental health counselors, substance abuse counselors, marriage and family therapists, and school counselors. Approved by the New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services. The CASAC Program is a part time program and is not approved for international student study.
School for Business
MBA in Media Management
The first of its kind in the country, the MCNY Media Management MBA is a unique
program geared towards achievement-oriented, media professionals. The curriculum
balances traditional MBA competencies with those particular to the industry
of the student's choosing.
MBA in General Management
MCNY’s MBA in General Management offers ambitious business professionals a chance to attain the skill sets and knowledge base that improve an individual’s ability to contribute to his or her organization. While addressing subjects covered in more traditional MBA programs, our course of study requires students to go to the next level, take what they’ve learned, and apply it to a real business situation.
MBA in Financial Services
Metropolitan College offers the only MBA in the region specifically designed for the financial services sector. What differentiates this MBA from all others is that this program addresses how the financial service businesses function. Based on over 43 years of research and development, the MCNY clinical approach to learning is deeply rooted in business and highly responsive to shifts that regularly occur in international business. The curriculum reflects cutting-edge global business education with an infusion of ethics, communications and technological applications to produce graduates who are financial service specialists (familiar with every aspect of that industry), and who have also mastered the art of applying what they learn to actual business situations while working.
School for Public Affairs & Administration
MPA in Public Affairs and Administration This unique, three-semester-long MPA can be completed in one year. The program of study and practice has been designed specifically for working professionals with some related experience in a public agency, not-for-profit or profit making setting and provides the student with the skills necessary to enhance the organization's efficiency through applied learning. Each semester is 15 weeks long, and concentrates on an area essential to building leadership careers in public service.
MPA in Emergency and Disaster Management The Masters of Public Administration in Emergency and Disaster Management offers an advanced degree program which teaches professionals already working in the field the critical thinking and decision making skills necessary to support and supervise comprehensive, integrated or effective management in the event of natural, system-wide, or human-induced crises.