The Graduate School of Education offers different opportunites and programs at three different locations.
With Broadway a block to the east and Central Park not much farther, nearly every great thing you can imagine about living in New York is right at your doorstep: museums, restaurants, music, all of it. The 8-acre campus spans two city blocks, with a landscaped plaza where you can find a respite from the City without actually leaving it.
At Lincoln Center, we offer programs in
- Educational Leadership,
- Counseling and School Psychology, and
- and Interdisciplinary Research.
The Fordham University Lincoln Center campus is located at 113 W. 60th Street (at Columbus Avenue).
Located conveniently off I-287, I-684, and the Hutchinson River Parkway, our three-story, state-of-the-art building sits on 32 landscaped acres in West Harrison, NY.
Fordham Westchester offers class schedules designed for people with busy lives. Our programs help you earn the credentials to start a new career or strengthen an existing one. Read more about Fordham Westchester.
- Administration and Supervision, Ed.D.
- Educational Leadership, one-year accelerated M.S.E.
- Early Childhood Education, M.S.T.
- Early Childhood Special Education, M.S.T.
The Fordham Westchester campus is located at 400 Westchester Avenue, West Harrison, NY 10604.
Schedule a Visit
Email or call the Admissions Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 212-636-6400 to schedule a visit to the Westchester campus. We also encourage you to join us for our goup information sessions, which are held at the Lincoln Center and Westchester campuses and online.
Responding to the need for flexible, academically rigorous graduate programs with a global reach, the Fordham Graduate School of Education (GSE) now offers four fully-online graduate programs.
Adolescence Special Education (Advanced Certificate) | 15 credits
Catholic Educational Leadership (M.S.E.) | 30 credits
Master of Science in Teaching (Initial Teacher Certification) | 36-45 credits
Educational Leadership, Administration and Policy (Ed.D.) | 50 credits