The College of Saint Rose’s 150-hour dual Bachelor’s Degree and Master’s Degree program fulfills the 150 credit hours of appropriate education New York State requires for new practitioners to be licensed as a Certified Public Accountant.
The MSEd in Clinical Mental Health Counseling program is a 60 credit program intended to prepare licensed professional counselors to address the clinical needs of children, adolescents and adults in a variety of mental health and community settings.
Our graduate program in Communication Sciences & Disorders is marked by the diversity of training of faculty members who are recognized nationally as experts in fluency disorders, language disorders in children and adults, and medical aspects of comm
Tailored to the needs of part-time students, this program explores the integral connection between public relations and journalism while highlighting the role of technology in the changing communications workplace.
Practical application lies at the heart of our advanced Counseling programs. All students put their coursework to the test in supervised internships, while our emphasis on social justice and multicultural perspectives sets the programs apart.
Recognizing the need teachers have for obtaining a master’s degree that includes advanced training, The College of Saint Rose has developed a 30-credit master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction that offers academic flexibility and options.
If you aspire to motivate children in your classroom, make instruction more exciting, research instructional methods, or evaluate programs and lessons, a Saint Rose program in Educational Psychology can open these opportunities for you.
As a student in this rigorous MFA program—the first and only one of its kind in the Capital Region—you’ll workshop your craft in your chosen genre (poetry, fiction, or creative nonfiction) and complete a book-length project as your thesis.
Provide graduate-level academic courses in higher education administration to prepare students for senior-level leadership at colleges and universities, higher education agencies, higher education research organizations and other organizations.
The graduate program in History and Political Science at the College of Saint Rose exposes students to broad geographic, topical, and thematic areas that reflect the specialties of our dynamic and talented department faculty.
The joint law/business program is offered by the Albany Law School of Union University (ALS) and The College of Saint Rose to provide students of both institutions with a rich educational experience and a broad range of professional opportunities.
The 15-credit curriculum in Not-For-Profit Management offered through The College of Saint Rose provides prospective managers with both a theoretical and practical understanding of all aspects of managing an organization.
The certificate program provides focused learning and professional development opportunities to early- and mid-career faculty and administrators, seeking an additional credential to improve their prospects for advancement.
Graduates of this program make an impact on education as superintendents, school principals, instructional design leaders, technology directors, heads of school, and leaders of national education organizations, among other positions.
Students are prepared for careers as certified school psychologists through an interdisciplinary curriculum that integrates school psychology, educational psychology, counseling, and special education.
Students graduate from these programs with indispensable skills for this unique aspect of teaching: excellence at creating safe, supportive environments, the ability to develop long-range individual education plans, collaboration with families, etc..
In this intensive two-year studio practice, you’ll work closely with faculty-artists to develop your voice, increase your technical proficiency, shape your direction in the art field, and create a distinctive body of work.