GRADUATE STUDIES

 
 

Building on our distinguished history as a leader in graduate education, SUNY Oneonta is a forward-thinking institution committed to providing outstanding, student-centered opportunities for higher learning.

From our nationally recognized online nutrition and dietetics program to our master’s in lake management—the first of its kind in the nation—innovation and quality are cornerstones of the Graduate Studies program at Oneonta.

Our Cooperstown Graduate Program (CGP) is the premier program for the training of museum professionals in the United States. One of only two programs in the country located on a museum campus, the CGP affords students the opportunity to interact regularly with museum professional staff, with objects and with exhibitions.

Also on our Cooperstown Campus is the SUNY Oneonta Biological Field Station facility. Located on Otsego Lake just north of The Farmers’ Museum, the Main Laboratory is uniquely situated to provide excellent opportunities for field studies by advanced undergraduate and graduate students.

Our newest program is the Master of Arts in Mathematics, which will begin in fall 2012. It joins our established Master of Science in Biology program.

Future and current teachers will get exceptional preparation for the classroom through our master’s in education programs, which are recognized for their high quality by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE).

Whatever their educational and professional goals, students pursuing advanced degrees at Oneonta will benefit from one-on-one interactions with a distinguished faculty committed to engaging students in high-impact learning opportunities.