College of Community and Public Affairs - Graduate
Binghamton University’s College of Community and Public Affairs (CCPA) provides an array of programs for its students, preparing CCPA graduates to work with individuals, communities and organizations for the public good and focusing specifically on social services, local government, schools, higher education institutions and nonprofit organizations.
The College of Community and Public Affairs offers an interdisciplinary doctoral program leading to the PhD in community research and action.
The Department of Human Development offers a graduate program leading to the master of science (MS) in human rights.
The Department of Public Administration offers a graduate program leading to the master of public administration (MPA) degree and also offers graduate certificates.
The Department of Social Work offers graduate programs leading to the master of social work (MSW) degree.
The Department of Student Affairs Administration offers a graduate program leading to the master of science (MS) in student affairs administration.
The Department of Teaching, Learning and Educational Leadership offers graduate programs that lead to certificates and degrees (CAS, EdD, MA, MAT, MS, MSEd) in education and school leadership.
Academic offerings in the college also include double-degree, dual-degree, accelerated and combined 4+1 program options.