MASTER OF ARTS AND SCIENCE
• Accounting (MS)
• Biology (MS)
• Business Management (MS)
- Large-Scale Data Analysis
- Strategic Management
• Cinema and Media Studies (MA)
• Clinical Mental Health Counseling (MA)
• Computer Science (MS)
• Education (MSEd)
- Adolescence Education (Biology, English, Mathematics, or Social Studies)
- Childhood Education
- Special Education—Adolescence
- Special Education—Childhood
- Teaching of English to Speakers of Other Languages
• English (MA)
• Environmental Science (MS)
• Healthcare Management (MS)
• History (MA)
• Liberal Studies (MA)
• Neuroscience (MS)
• Nursing (MS)
- Adult Gerontological Health Nursing
• Social Work (MSW)
- School Building Leader and School District Leader (Dual Certificate)
- School District Leader
- Teaching of English to Speakers of Other Languages (Online)
- Adult-Gerontological Health—Clinical Nurse Specialist
- Adult-Gerontological Health—Nurse Practitioner
• Autism Spectrum Disorders
• Bilingual Education
• Business Analytics of Large-Scale Data
• Public History
• Adult-Gerontological Health—Clinical Nurse Specialist
• Adult-Gerontological Health—Nurse Practitioner
• Clinical Doctorate in Physical Therapy (DPT)
At the College of Staten Island, inspired students and accomplished faculty come together to create the ideal graduate learning experience. We offer over 30 graduate programs as well as various doctoral degrees in collaboration with The Graduate School and University Center, CUNY. Whether you are a recent college graduate or a professional interested in furthering your education, the College of Staten Island is the place to reach your goals.
Our students come from over 80 countries, exposing you to new cultures, different concepts, and ways to see the world as you have never seen it before. Our students have the resources they need to shape the global knowledge base in their fields. Graduates of our programs have pursued their dreams with confidence and conviction as they become successful leaders in their disciplines of study.
At the College of Staten Island, our instructors are committed to your success. They will guide you on a rigorous course of study, engage you in stimulating research, share their professional experiences, and help you shape your goals. In earning your valuable graduate degree, you will develop the knowledge, skills, and experience you need to make the most of your career.
Our state-of-the-art research facilities
The Center for Developmental Neuroscience and Developmental Disabilities is a CUNY Center that conducts, promotes, and sponsors research, education, and training in the developmental neurosciences, with special emphasis on research and educational programs in the specific field of developmental disabilities. The Center provides for collaborative efforts between the College and other research institutions in offering the Master of Science in Neuroscience and Developmental Disabilities, as well as with the University’s doctoral programs in Biology (sub-program in Neuroscience) and Psychology (sub-program in Learning Processes). The Center also provides advanced research training for graduate students.
The Center for Environmental Science provides support for research and policy recommendations concerning environmental problems. One of the major purposes of the Center is to define and solve environmental problems on Staten Island and its environs through research that includes studies of respiratory diseases, toxic and carcinogenic chemicals in the air, and the population at risk for lung cancer.
The Center for the Study of Staten Island: Staten Island Project (SIP) is designed to integrate the work of the College with the public affairs concerns of the people of Staten Island. To that end, it mediates and facilitates the collaboration of the College’s faculty, students, and staff with government, civic organizations, and businesses in order to identify and assist in finding solutions to the borough’s pressing public issues. The Center serves as an information and consultation resource to prepare citizens and leaders to make better-informed decisions about public life; fosters the development of faculty research and graduate education through engagement with the community; and builds bridges to other public affairs institutes and local communities spurring innovation in public life on Staten Island.
The CUNY High-Performance Computing Center (HPCC) strives to support the scientific computing needs of University faculty, students, staff, and their public and private sector partners; create opportunities for the CUNY research community to develop new partnerships with the government and private sectors; and leverage the HPCC’s capabilities to acquire additional research resources for its faculty and graduate students in existing and major new programs.
The College of Staten Island is located in New York City in the borough of Staten Island. Completed in 1994, the 204-acre campus of the College of Staten Island is the largest continuous college campus in New York City. Set in a park-like landscape, the campus is centrally located on Staten Island and is accessible by automobile and public transportation.
Application for admission
Students may apply to most graduate programs in the fall, spring, or summer semesters. For a complete list of requirements, please visit csi.cuny.edu/graduatestudies.
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