SUNY Empire State College, School for Graduate Studies
We firmly believe that motivated adults with demanding schedules should have the opportunity to earn a graduate degree.
With SUNY Empire State College’s School for Graduate Studies, you can pursue a master’s degree through a unique combination online courses and exciting weekend residencies where students exchange ideas, network, and discuss a broad range of topics central to your degree.
You can choose from among several programs leading to the master’s degree or an advanced certificate.
M.A. in Work and Labor Policy (36 credits) M.A. in Social Policy (36 credits) M.A. in Liberal Studies (36 credits) MBA in Business Management (36 credits) Master of Arts in Teaching (42 credits) M.A. in Adult Learning (36 credits) M.A. in Community and Economic Development (36 credits) M.A. in Learning and Emerging Technologies (36 credits) M.Ed. in Teaching & Learning (36 credits) M.S. in Finance (36 creditsa) M.S. in Nusring Education (36 credits)
Advanced Certificates (online): American Studies (12 credits) Nonprofit Management (12 credits) Health Care Management (12 credits) Human Resource Management (12 credits) Project Management (12 credits) Public History (15 credits) Veterans Services (12 credits) Work and Public Policy (12 credits) Global Brand Marketing (12 credits) Financial Management & Analysis (12 credits) Community Advocacy (12 credits) Child & Family Advocacy (12 credits) Innovation Management and Technology Transfer (12 credits) Women's and Gender Studies (12 credits) Optometry Business Management (18 credits) joint program with SUNY College of Optometry