State University of New York at New Paltz

    Alana Matuszewski, Director of Graduate Admission

    M.A.: English, Psychology, Strategic Communications

    M.A.T.: Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science, English, World Languages, Mathematics, Social Studies. (leads to initial/professional 7-12 NYS teaching certification)

    M.B.A.: Business Administration, Public Accountancy

    M.F.A.: Ceramics, Metal, Painting/Drawing, Printmaking, Sculpture, Photography & Related Media

    Master of Professional Studies: Social Justice Education

    M.S.Ed.: Childhood Education 1-6 (concentrations in Early Childhood, Reading, and STEM), Literacy Education B-6, Literacy Education 5-12, Adolescence Education (areas include Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science, English, Mathematics,  Social Studies), Special Education: Early Childhood, Special Education: Childhood 1-6, Special Education: Adolescence 7-12, Second Language Education in TESOL( leads to initial/professional certification), School Leadership, School Business Leadership, Visual Arts Education
    (With the exception of TESOL, these programs lead to professional 7-12 NYS teaching certification)

    M.S.: Communication Disorders in Speech-Language Pathology & Speech & Language Disabilities, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Mental Health Counseling, Psychological Science, School Counseling, Music Therapy, Behavior Analysis & Interdisciplinary Autism Studies

    M.S.T.: Early Childhood B-2 and Childhood 1-6, and Childhood Education 1-6 (Leads to NYS teaching certification B-2 and 1-6)

    CERTIFICATE OF ADVANCED STUDY: School Building Leader (SBL)/School District Leader (SDL), and School Business Leader (SBL)

    ADVANCED CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS: Mental Health Counseling, Trauma & Disaster Mental Health, Social Justice Education Program, and Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)

    Trauma & Disaster Mental Health

    M.B.A.: Business Administration, Public Accountancy

    M.S.Ed.: Literacy Education

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