Leadership Training

Partnership With the College of St. Rose

The College of St. Rose, chartered in 1920, is Middle States Accredited (See here for specialized accreditations). From the outset, while building on a liberal arts curriculum, the College emphasized the professional training of teachers for which it is renowned even today, along with a diverse offering of majors and programs. 

Educational Leadership Certificate

Partnership with Alfred University

Founded in 1836, Alfred is the second oldest coeducational college in the United States. Alfred strives to be an innovative leader in the delivery of academic excellence and enduring educational value, preparing all students for success in their studies and throughout life. Alfred University has been recognized for its excellence by the Brookings Institution, US News & World Report, The Fiske Guide to Colleges, the Princeton Review, and Forbes, among others.

Master’s Degree in Public Administration

Partnership with The Sage Colleges (CSA only in NYC, non-CSA available in Long Island):

Sage Students

Sage’s Esteves School of Education received accreditation from the National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) in October 2001. NCATE accreditation means that graduates are recognized as having completed an Education program that meets the highest standards in the field. At Sage, the focus is on practical and applied research – finding innovative ways to apply classroom knowledge and theory to everyday situations. 

Doctorate Program Through The Sage Colleges