SUNY Oneonta

The Graduate Programs

Learning is a life-long pursuit—an experience that integrates theory and practice. SUNY Oneonta seeks balance between:

  • self and community
  • tradition and change
  • structure and flexibility
  • research and reflective practice

The College is committed to promoting graduate education, research, scholarly and creative activity of the highest quality. These activities nourish virtually all other major functions of the College, enhancing the quality of undergraduate education, the professional vitality of the faculty, and the College’s ability to provide special public service appropriate to changing regional, national, and international needs. No less important are the opportunities for self-enrichment and personal development that are provided by the existence of most graduate programs. Through our graduate education programs, we endeavor to provide instructional programs and services which enhance area development, to work with other area educational institutions, and to pursue cooperative opportunities beyond the immediate region.

The College’s graduate faculty are committed to developing graduate programs which embody standards of excellence. Graduate programs consistent with regional needs and institutional strengths are essential in fulfilling the mission of this College. These graduate programs provide advanced instruction in the arts and sciences and professional degree areas. Our graduate programs seek to strengthen the intellectual development and professional competence of post-baccalaureate students.

The Graduate Office cooperates with academic units at the College in initiating and developing responsible student recruitment and support programs, monitors the progress of graduate students, and helps provide a climate where learning can flourish.

SUNY Oneonta Graduate Catalog

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Correspondence Directory

The College Calendar

The College and the Community

Graduate Study Policies and Procedures

Application Process for Degree Programs

Graduate Registration

Academic Standards

Academic Policies and Regulations

Requirements for Program Completion

Graduate Expenses

Financial Aid and Awards

Student Services

The Graduate Programs

Course Listings

Africana and Latino Studies Courses

Biology Courses

Chemistry and Biochemistry Courses

Earth Science Courses

Education Courses

EDUC 501 Critical Thinking, Reading and Writing

EDUC 505 Early Childhood Curriculum and Assessment

EDUC 506 Introduction to Educational Research

EDUC 507 Introduction to Research and Teaching Languages Other than English

EDUC 515 Creative Teaching for Enriching Classroom

EDUC 516 Selecting and Designing Enrichment Experiences for Children

EDUC 533 Meeting the Needs of Exceptional Children in Reading

EDUC 534 Seminar in Reading: Identifying Problems, Learning and Instructional

EDUC 535 Children’s Literature and Reading

EDUC 536 Meeting the Needs of the Linguistically Diverse Learner Through Literacy Instruction

EDUC 543 Elementary Mathematics Curriculum and Assessment

EDUC 545 Content Literacy in the Elementary Classroom

EDUC 546 Reading and Writing to Learn in the Content Areas

EDUC 552 Elementary Social Studies Curriculum and Assessment

EDUC 564 Workshop: New York State Elementary Science Program

EDUC 577 Issues in Diversity and Education

EDUC 580 Integrating Technology in Education

EDUC 581 Instructional Technology Design Principles

EDUC 582 Art Experiences in Education Classroom

EDUC 583 Telecommunications and Online Learning

EDUC 584 Language Acquisition and Emergent Literacy

EDUC 585 Seminar: Current Issues in Early Childhood Education

EDUC 586 Multimedia and Instructional Design

EDUC 587 Integrated Technology Applications and Issues

EDUC 588 Instructional Technology – Management and Evaluation

EDUC 592 Expressive Arts in the Elementary Classroom

EDUC 594 Graduate Special Topics in Education

EDUC 599 Education: Independent Research and Study

EDUC 604 Fostering Cooperation and Caring in the Early Childhood Classroom

EDUC 612 Supervision of Student Teachers and Interns

EDUC 623 Foundations of Literacy Development

EDUC 626 Computers and Literacy in the Classroom

EDUC 631 Writing Process in Literacy Programs

EDUC 632 Improving Language Arts Programs in the Elementary School

EDUC 634 Trends and Issues in Literacy

EDUC 636 Literacy Coaching and Assessment

EDUC 641 Literacy Coaching and Assessment Practicum (Birth – Grade 6)

EDUC 645 Literacy Coaching and Assessment Practicum (Grades 5 – 12)

EDUC 655 Seminar in Graduate Study: Project Proposal

EDUC 656 Seminar in Graduate Study: ETEC Project Proposal

EDUC 660 Elementary Science Curriculum and Assessment

EDUC 694 Advanced Graduate Special Topics in Education

EDUC 695 Seminar in Graduate Study: Master’s Project and Practicum

EDUC 699 Advanced Independent Study: Education

Foreign Language Education Courses

Educational Psychology Counseling and Special Education Courses

English Courses

Foreign Languages and Literatures Courses

Geography Courses

History Courses

History Museum Studies Courses

Human Ecology Courses

Mathematics, Computer Science and Statistics Courses

Music Courses

Philosophy Courses

Physics and Astronomy Courses

Political Science Courses

Religious Studies Course

Chancellor's Awards and Board Members

State University of New York

General Statement – State University of New York

Mission and Vision

Directory of Faculty and Professional Staff

HEGIS Curriculum Codes

Education Law

Policy on Student Records

College at Oneonta Campus Map

Index