Get To Work On Your Future at the School of Professional Studies


Graduate Programs

Choose from our five career-focused Master’s level business degrees. Complete your master's degree in as little as 18 months part-time study.



4 + 1 Options

Earn an undergraduate degree and take graduate classes at the same time. Save time and money on graduate programs. Choose from our options and broaden your career path. 


Professional Development

Build your resume or meet an organizational need with an array of resources such as certificate programs, certification test preparation and corporate training programs.

Meet Professor Dave Torromeo Architect of the Graduate Sport Business Management Program

Learn More

Alumni Spotlight Devon Garden, M.S. Sport Business Management

Learn More


Meet Professor Janet Walsh

Dr. Janet L. Walsh is the CEO and President of Birchtree Global, LLC, an award-winning, global market entry and HR training corporation.   Dr. Walsh has worked in and established business operations in 81 countries and all 50 US States directing teams of lawyers, CPAs, finance, and HR leaders. She is noted for delivering significant increases in financial productivity by leveraging effective tax and HR strategies.  Prior to working for Birchtree Global Janet was the VP and Director Global HR in billion-dollar multinationals.

Explore HR Management & Business Leadership

Connect With Us

Join Our Upcoming Power Lunch

Learn about this alumna's path into college sport management and how SPS can help you.

Meet Christina Surrusco
Senior Partner Services Coordinator, IMG/Learfield and Manhattanville College Graduate at our upcoming Power Lunch Series on February 11, 2020. 

Register and join our mailing list for updates on upcoming virtual information sessions.

What sets the School of Professional Studies at Manhattanville apart from other schools?

“We're citizens of Westchester. We're not a satellite campus. We've been here a long time, and we will stay here a long time. We serve the community. We're engaged with the community, and the community is engaged with us."