The Canisius College Graduate Division offers curricula leading to the degrees of Master of Science (MS), Master of Science in Education (MS in Ed), Master of Business Administration (MBA), Master of Business Administration in Professional Accounting (MBAPA.) and Master of Business Administration in Accounting (MBAA). Each program is listed with the official approved title and HEGIS1 number by which it is registered with the New York State Education Department. Enrollment in other than registered or otherwise approved programs may jeopardize a student’s eligibility for certain student-aid awards. The programs are as follows:
College of Arts and Sciences Master of Science Degrees
School of Education and Human Services Master of Science Degrees
|Clinical Mental Health Counseling||2104.10|
|Community and School Health||1299.00|
|Educational Leadership and Supervision||0827.00|
|Educational Technologies and Emerging Media||0899.00|
|Health and Human Performance||1299.30|
|Higher Education and Student Affairs Administration||0826.00|
|Physical Education and Athletics||1508.00|
|Sport Product Development||0599.00|
|Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages||1508.00|
|Teaching Students with Disabilities: Childhood||0808.00|
|Teaching Students with Disabilities: Adolescence||0808.00|
Master of Science in Education Degrees
|Business and Marketing Education||0838.00|
|Literacy Education: Birth-Grade 6||0830.00|
|Literacy Education: Grades 5-12||0830.00|
|Special Education and Childhood Education||0802.00|
Advanced Certificate Programs
|Counselor Education (for Permanent Certification)||0826.01|
|Education Technologies and Emerging Media||0899.00|
|School Building Leader||0828.00|
|School District Leader||0827.00|
|Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (results in NYS certification)||1508.00|
|Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (does not result in NYS certification)||1508.00|
Richard J. Wehle School of Business Degrees
|Master of Business Administration||0506.00|
|Master of Business Administration in Accounting2||0502.00|
|Master of Business Administration in Professional Accounting||0502.00|
The college reserves the right to modify its regulations at any time to conform with current university and graduate school practice.
The graduate division offers courses during the regular summer, fall and spring sessions.
Students must assume the responsibility of acquainting themselves with all requirements pertaining to their program of study and of adhering to them. This involves a careful reading of the Canisius College Catalog and of departmental and graduate division notices. When in doubt, they should avail themselves of the advice of their department chair or program director.
Higher Education General Information Survey.
The M.B.A.A. degree is awarded only to those students who complete the 150-hour program in accounting.