|Programs and Certifications|
Welcome! Here you will find a list of all the graduate departments and programs connected with the School of Education. Click on the links for more detailed information about the degrees offered under these programs.
Completion of our Doctoral program will lead to an Ed.D in Educational Leadership.
Masters of Arts in Teaching or Masters of Professional Studies
Completion of a Masters program can lead to both a Masters degree and state teaching certification.
Post-Masters Certification Programs
For candidates already holding a liberal arts masters degree but with no prior educational preparation OR for certified teachers wishing to obtain certification in an additional title by having the college recommend then to New York State Education Department
Now starting twice a year! This accelerated teacher certification and Master's degree program is excited to announce that beginning in the Fall of 2014, Jump Start is offering a second option that is more family and career friendly!
Manhattanville College's renowned School of Education is offering classes designed with the stay-at-home parent in mind. Our Day Start Program lets you take classes at times that are most convenient for you - during the school day. Classes lead to a Masters of Arts in Teaching (MAT), New York State Certification in Childhood Education (Grades 1-6), are NCATE accredited, and meet all Association of Childhood Education International (ACEI) standards.
For in-service teachers who are already certified, hold a Masters degree and who wish to become certified in another area OR for individuals who are teaching and are not yet certified.
The Graduate Certificate Program in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) was developed in response to the increasing demand for professionals who are trained to design, implement, and supervise behavior analytic programs for individuals with autism and related disabilities. The ABA program at Manhattanville College will provide working professionals with the knowledge and skills needed to address these needs. Through a combination of coursework and an independent fieldwork experience, students will meet the requirements for taking the exam to become a Board Certified Behavior Analyst.
This program is for those who wish to help their K-12 students become agents of change within their schools, organizations, communities and institutions for a sustainable future.
A unique program designed for those who work with children, but are not interested in seeking certification as classroom teachers or public school administrators.