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Whether you've just graduated or you're looking to advance in your career, St. Francis College has opportunities to take you to the next level.

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Master of Science in Professional Accounting

St. Francis College's two-year Master of Science in Professional Accounting is designed for anyone looking for a mid-career change or just looking to increase understanding of business practices from an accountant's perspective.

With flexible day and night classes, this program can quickly get professionals, young and old, on track for a new successful career in as few as four semesters. The ten-course, 34-credit program fulfills all requirements to sit for the CPA exam.

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Master of Science in Management

Our M.S. in Management program is ideal for early and mid-level career professionals who want to move up to a managerial position or are looking for a career change. It can also serve as a launchpad for recent graduates who are looking to enter a business management career. Taught by a world-class faculty, it gets you the skills and credentials you need to springboard your career and earn a higher salary in a competitive job market.

Program participants learn the foundations of corporate finance, business analytics, strategic leadership and organizational change management, information technology, and marketing. They explore how businesses are using technology to adapt to socio-economic and environmental challenges, market trends, and changing consumer behaviors. The program offers five different concentrations for career opportunities in healthcare management, general business and operations management, program management, digital marketing, and social innovation and entrepreneurship.

Students can complete the program in one year full-time or within two years part-time. Delivered through a unique program structure of seven-week-long sessions, students benefit from greater flexibility to balance studies with work and family commitments.

The faculty teaches the classes either as a hybrid or fully online course. Hybrid classes meet in the evening once a week at our Brooklyn campus, conveniently located within walking distance from seven major subway lines, and they are supplemented with online activities. Online courses are taught asynchronously. Students can complete coursework assignments throughout the week, based on their own availability.

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Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing

The Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing at St. Francis College is a low residency program with separate genre tracks in Fiction, Non-fiction, Poetry, Dramatic Screenwriting/Playwriting, and Graphic Writing. Students complete a total of 36 credit hours over four semesters.

The program includes bi-annual ten-day residencies, offered in each semester - January and July. Residencies consist of intensive faculty workshops, lectures and daily publishing panels with top agents, editors, and publishers. During the 6 months in between residencies, students will regularly exchange writing online with their faculty mentors, continuing the work that began in residency. Students will take 4 online workshops and attend 5 residencies to earn the 36 credits for their MFA degree. The 5th and final residency will culminate in a creative thesis—a novel, a chapbook of poetry or a short story collection.

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Master of Arts in Psychology

A master's degree in psychology can open a virtually limitless number of doors to career opportunity. Students who obtain advanced degrees in psychology work in business, education, and law, as well as in the diverse field of human services.

We expect our graduates to be prepared for mid-level management careers as behavior management specialists and to work within human service agencies, human resources, government programs, health programs, to name but a few potential career tracks.

This psychology graduate degree will prepare students for careers in the human services field, in the traditions of St. Francis College, or for further advanced study in psychology.

  • The first year includes foundation courses such as assessment and intervention, professional and ethical procedures, experimental design, diversity and cognitive neuroscience.
  • During the second year, students will be provided the opportunity to gain valuable research experience through the completion of a master’s thesis.

In addition, students who graduate from our MA program are automatically accepted into Alfred University’s Certificate of Advanced Study in Mental Health Counseling program. Completion of this certificate allows students to be eligible for licensure as a Mental Health Counselor.

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Please note: This program is meant to serve as a bridge to a doctoral program or as a terminal degree. It is not intended to qualify students to practice as psychologists or therapists, or to use the title psychologist, psychology, psychological or any derivative, and does not qualify students to sit for licensing exams.

Master of Science in Exercise and Sport Science

The Master of Science in Exercise and Sport Science will prepare you for a variety of careers across four concentrations in High-Performance Coaching, Strength & Conditioning, Sports Psychology and Generalist studies.

Our Master in Science in Exercise and Sport Science program is built to prepare individuals who are committed to effecting change in the health and fitness industries and who take a holistic approach to exercise, wellness and fitness. Students will learn anatomy, motor behavior, exercise physiology, fitness assessment, biomechanics, and sport and exercise psychology.

The MS in Exercise and Sport Science program allows students to choose from multiple concentrations and still complete the program in as little as a year and a half. Graduates of our program can go on to work in a wide variety of careers, from strength and conditioning coaching to sports performance coaching, from certified personal training to physical education, and from dietary science and sports nutrition to exercise physiology research.

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Master of Science in Special Education

The Master’s Degree in Childhood Special Education is designed to give students a broad knowledge base through extensive study of advanced theories of human growth and development, language development, theories of cognition, perception, information processing and memory. Coursework also includes sensorimotor, social-emotional, adaptive and aesthetic development in learning situations and family contexts.

In addition, the curriculum is designed to provide students with critical skills through fieldwork experience and meaningful hands-on opportunities to apply theory to practice; develop skills such as effective communication, the designing and conducting of needs assessment, the implementing of principles of teaching and learning; the selection of appropriate instructional materials, and the principles of protocol and ethics.

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First-Year Recruitment

Name Title Office Number Work Cell Email
Ferdinand Rivera ‘17 Assistant Director of Admissions, First-Year Students Admissions 718.489.2046 929-418-0865 [email protected]
Nadya Diaz Admissions Counselor, First-Year Students Admissions 718-489-3478 929-418-0886 [email protected]
Romello Rogers ‘19 Senior Admissions Counselor, First-Year Students Admissions 718-489-5318 917.287.4371 [email protected]
Vann Brewer ‘17 Admissions Counselor, First-Year Students Admissions 718-489-3451 917-655-0174 [email protected]

Transfer and Graduate Recruitment

Name Title Office Number Work Cell Email
Michael Phillips ’07Senior Assistant Director of Admissions718.489.3423929-418-0883[email protected]
Garrisha Goodman Assistant Director of Admissions, Graduate and Transfer Admissions 917-489-2090 917-602-5805 [email protected]

International Recruitment

Name Title Office Number Work Cell Email
Emily Dorso Assistant Director of International Recruitment 718-489-2124 347-468-6172 [email protected]


Management

Name Title Office Number Work Cell Email
Robert Oliva ‘04 Assistant Vice President for Enrollment Management 718.489.5372 347-680-5570 [email protected]
Tricia Hughes Associate Director of Admissions 718-489-5353 347-738-1366 [email protected]

Operations

Name Title Office Number Work Cell Email
Jacqueline Kerner Admissions Specialist 718-486-5297 917-209-3062 [email protected]
Michael Pitkowsky Manager of Enrollment Analytics 718-489-2069 [email protected]
Marianne Negri Senior Admissions Counselor 718.489.5208 [email protected]

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