Welcome to the City College School of Education (SoE)! We are delighted our school is among your choices for enhancing and expanding your professional portfolio in teaching and leadership fields.
The School of Education offers a wide range of programs leading to Baccalaureate degrees, Master's degrees, Advanced Certificates as well as master classes leading to micro-credentialing and/or professional extensions or classes for professional development.
The School of Education Office of Admissions & Student Services (OASS), located in North Academic Center, Room 3/223A, is the central service center of the School of Education dedicated to providing support to both graduate and undergraduate candidates.
We invite you to peruse our website.
Please call us at (212) 650-5316/6296 or email us firstname.lastname@example.org if you need additional information or have questions.
Assistant Dean of Enrollment and Student Services
- Application Deadlines: Spring - October 15th, Fall - March 15th
- APPLICATION FEE WAIVERS for Spring 2023:
The Office of the CUNY Dean for Education will sponsor the graduate application fee ($75) for prospective graduate applicants applying to the following programs:
- M.S. in Mathematics Education - Grades 5 - 9 - Initial Certification
- MA in Mathematics Education - Grades 7 – 12 Initial Certification
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The School of Education offers program in Art Education, Bilingual Education & TESOL, Childhood Education, Early Childhood Education, Educational Leadership, Educational Theatre, English Education, Mathematics Education, Science Education, Social Studies Education, Spanish Education, and Special Education, leading to Master's degrees, Advanced Certificates as well as master classes leading to micro-credentialing and/or professional extensions or classes for professional development.
The School of Education Graduate Division will accept non-degree students who seek professional growth. Taking one or a series of courses to improve teaching skills and to keep up with new developments in the candidates' area of teaching is encouraged by the College.
The School of Education may also allow degree and/or certification seeking candidates to take up to nine credits as non–degree students. If such candidates are formally accepted, the program director will decide whether any of the credits taken as a non–degree student may be applied toward the program requirements.
- Those who wish to attend as non–degree students may only be admitted to courses for which they are qualified. Such candidates must file online for admission as a non–degree student.
- Candidates must also present student copies of transcripts or other credentials proving graduation from an accredited institution at that time.
- Advisors in each of the several teaching and service fields are available for consultation at registration and during the regular semesters.
- Non-degree students must follow the regular rules for registration and course requirements, including prerequisites.
We invite you to contact the Office of Admissions & Student Services if you have additional questions.
Last Updated: 01/19/2023 14:21