Departments and Programs
The College of Community and Public Affairs offers undergraduate, master's, doctoral and advanced certificate programs; with interdepartmental, double-degree, dual-degree and accelerated program options.
Community Research and Action (PhD)
Training and development to conduct rigorous, interdisciplinary research that advances public scholarship to address critical social and community issues.
Human Development (BS, MS Human Rights)
Rooted in collaborative instruction, the program explores the complexity of human conditions related to equity, social justice, psychology, citizenship and health.
Public Administration (MPA)
Working in collaboration with community-based organizations to prepare students to be the leaders, innovators, and public and non-profit service managers of tomorrow.
Public Health (MPH), with the Decker School of Nursing
Graduates are prepared to analyze complex public health issues and to work collaboratively to create healthier communities in New York and throughout the world.
Social Work (BSW, MSW)
Preparing professionals for autonomous, knowledge-based, advanced generalist practice within an integrated community of scholars, practitioners and learners.
Student Affairs Administration (MS)
Providing the theory, network and professional development needed to launch careers in higher education.
Sustainable Communities (MA, MS), with Harpur College of Arts and Sciences
A versatile program in a growing field, the program integrates environmental protection, economic vitality and social equity to solve the challenges of communities around the world.
Teaching, Learning and Educational Leadership
Preparing competent, qualified educators who are well-grounded in their disciplines and capable of reaching out to work collaboratively with others.
If you're interested in more than one graduate program at CCPA, consider a dual degree.
Certificate programs allow students to develop specialized expertise to complement their main area of study, advance in their career and stand out to employers.