The five-year adolescent/students with disabilities M.S. Ed. program is a seamless path for Manhattan College undergraduate secondary education majors to obtain their master's degrees with an additional year of study.
Our adolescent education program is accredited and leads to certification for teaching grades 7-12 in a regular education middle or high school classroom. All adolescent education majors are required to take a concentration of at least 30 credits in a specific field of study.
The allied health program offers a four-year degree tailored to your career goals, whether you plan to be a clinician or an administrative professional. You can choose from a concentration in general science or health care administration.
The dual childhood/special education program leads to certification to teach all subjects in grades 1-6 in both regular and special education classrooms. As a student in this program, you will choose an academic concentration from several options.
The five-year childhood/special education M.S. Ed. program is a seamless path for Manhattan College undergraduate childhood education majors to obtain their master's degrees with an additional year of study.
The childhood education major leads to certification in teaching all subjects for grades 1-6 in a regular education elementary school classroom. You will also choose an academic concentration in a specific area of study.
Physical education is the instruction of motor skills, games and lifelong physical fitness. Physical education in K-12 schools also includes the teaching of social and personal skills related to a healthy lifestyle.
Public health is a science that aims to protect and promote the health of all people and the communities in which they live, work, learn and play. Graduates may pursue various career paths within the community health, healthcare administration and research fields, in addition to many others.